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KIEV, January 22. /ITAR-TASS/. The non-easy events in Ukraine have become an exam for people’s state maturity, internal unity and tolerance, President Viktor Yanukovich said.
Addressing compatriots on the occasion of the Day of National Unity and Freedom, Yanukovich said, “I’m sure that Ukraine will be stronger after it got over political and economic difficulties.”
“Our policy was and is based on national interests and humanistic values. Our purpose is fairness, prosperity, free life in a free country,” the president said.