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KIEV, December 11. /ITAR-TASS/. President Viktor Yanukovich of Ukraine has urged “representatives of all the political forces, holy fathers, and public activists to get down to an all-nation dialogue.”
This is said in a statement published at his official website Wednesday.
“I invite representatives of all the political forces, holy fathers, and public activists to get down to an all-nation dialogue,” Yanukovich said. “I call on the opposition to accept /this invitation/ and to drop the line at standoffs and ultimatums.”
“All the parties should keep their actions exclusively within the framework of law and Constitution of Ukraine,” he said.
Yanukovich gave the assurances he was prepared to take part in a roundtable of this kind personally.