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KIEV, January 30, 23:43 /ITAR-TASS/. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich is in hospital with high temperature but he continues working despite fever.
“The president went to hospital on Wednesday evening. He had high temperature of 39 degrees. But when we phoned him from parliament to say that we needed his help, we woke up from his bed and arrived in parliament. After that, the president returned to hospital where has been staying until now,” Anna German, a deputy from the Party of Regions, told journalists on Thursday.
Yanukovich chaired two meetings of the Party of Regions parliamentary faction at the extraordinary session of Ukrainian parliament that discussed a law on an amnesty for detained pro-European protesters on January 29.
The law’s adoption by parliament is of fundamental importance for overcoming a sharp political crisis in Ukraine.