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KIEV, April 01. /ITAR-TASS/. Ukrainian businessmen Petr Poroshenko, who is running for president in Ukraine’s snap presidential election, scheduled for May 25, has promised in the event of his victory to cooperate with his rival in the current presidential race, former Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Timoshenko.
In an interview with a Ukrainian television company on Tuesday, Poroshenko said Timoshenko was his opponent only “from the point of view of the presidential campaign.” “After the election, I will be glad to invite Yulia Vladimirovna [Timoshenko] to my team,” he said. “I am confident we will be working together.