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KIEV, January 20. /ITAR-TASS/. The Ukrainian government did not discuss a possibility of declaring the state of emergency at its meeting on Monday, according to the government’s press service chief Vitaly Lukyanenko.
“That question was not part of the agenda,” Lukyanenko said, adding Azarov’s reaction to Sunday’s events in Kiev had been negative. “The country is facing other real problems,” he emphasized.
Lukyanenko added the government continued working normally dealing with life-sustaining issues.