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WASHINGTON, March 09, 21:45 /ITAR-TASS/. U.S. President Barack Obama hopes to receive Ukraine’s interim acting prime minister Arseny Yatsenyuk in Washington Wednesday, March 12, White House official spokesman Jay Carney said Sunday.
He indicated that Yatsenyuk’s visit would underline the serious support the U.S. was giving to the people of Ukraine.
Carney said the sides would discuss the ways of a peaceful resolution of the current tense situation.
Along with it, Obama and Yatsenyuk would consider the support that the international community might give to Ukraine, he said.