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KIEV, December 19, 16:14 /ITAR-TASS/. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich has expressed confidence that his country will come stronger out of the crisis.
“In general, I believe that the country will come stronger out of this crisis,” he told Ukrainian reporters on Thursday.
Yanukovich expressed confidence that the Ukrainian people “will be always wiser than any politicians.” “Hardships fall on us and we need to overcome them decently.”
Ukraine could resolve its problems on its own, he said. “We do not go to other countries, which face domestic conflicts and do not speak against their incumbent authorities. It is our principled position,” Yanukovich said.