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KIEV, February 20. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine’s ministries and departments continue ensuring routine vital operations in the country amid the tense political circumstances, the acting prime minister’s press service said on Thursday.
“On Thursday, November 20, all the ministries and departments are operating as usual,” the press release said.
In particular, the press release said that “main efforts are channelled into providing the country’s daily vital activity as well as food security, uninterrupted work of social services and utilities, including of medical and educational institutions.”
“The government is keeping in touch with the regions and is holding the control over the situation in the country,” the press service said.