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KIEV, February 25, /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine has no money to pay wages to employees of prosecution agencies, acting President and speaker of the national parliament Verkhovna Rada Alexander Turchinov said on Tuesday, introducing the country’s new acting Prosecutor General Oleg Makhnitsky to the staff of the Prosecutor General’s Office.
“Ukraine is on a verge of disaster. It has absolutely no money, including to pay your wages. Empty accounts, debts to be repaid,” he said, adding that he was confident that “prosecution agencies will be able to regain the lost confidence of the Ukrainian people.