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LONDON, February 27, /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine is standing on the brink of a disaster and its new government will have to resort to unpopular measures, Arseny Yatsenyuk, one of the leaders of the irreconcilable opposition and the incumbent candidate to the Prime Minister’s post said in an interview with the BBC.
He voiced the confidence that Ukraine would remain a united country and he promised to put his best efforts into keeping up that unity, which is currently going through a harsh trial test.
Yatsenyuk explained for exigency of tough austerity measures by apportioning all blame for the situation to the decisions taken by the previous government.
He called the ‘cabinet of people’s trus’, which is in the phase of formation now, a government of political self-killers.