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KIEV, February 02, (ITAR-TASS). Ukraine’s new government may be appointed soon, the country’s Acting Prime Minister Sergei Arbuzov said.
“I believe the decision on a new government will be made very soon,” he said in an interview with the Inter television broadcaster on Saturday. He believes it would be a correct step to add to “the confidence of the nation and investors.” “And we do need investments.”
On January 28, Viktor Yanukovich accepted resignation of Prime Minister Nikolai Azarov and the Cabinet. The resigned government will continue to work “until new Cabinet is appointed, but no later than for sixty days,” the local legislation on the government reads.
Speaking about his plans, Arbuzov stressed he would remain in the government “for as long as it is necessary for Ukraine.”
All the regional administrations work if not as normal, but adjusted already. Wages and pensions are paid under such conditions, though it is very hard. To deal with treasury issues, the government also has learned to use backup servers. "We could do it easier, faster and more efficient, but the situation today makes us more mobile and flexible," the premier said.
Arbuzov assured that the economic rates did not indicate any causes for Ukrainian currency destabilization. "There are no economic reasons for destabilisation. As I see, the national bank manages to cope with the situation successfully," he noted
He believes it is necessary to form a new government as soon as possible to improve the situation.