Today morning delegation of US Congress conducted a number of meetings with President of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko, BYuT leader Yulia Tymoshenko and leader of Party of Regions Victor Yanukovich, as reported US senator Bill Frist during a press conference, ForUm’s correspondent informed.

According to him, they discussed formation of a coalition and future government of Ukraine. “Proceeding from everything said today it would be inexpediently to forecast the final result. This is the question, which should be settled by Ukrainian people on basis of election results,” said the senator.

At the same time, he noted that “various votes” would be represented in the government of Ukraine.

“The USA is ready to work with that government, which will be formed by Ukrainian people,” underlined he.

In his turn, member of the delegation Richard Burr declared that they had discussed not only issues important for Ukraine, but for the whole world as well. “There are leaders in Ukraine, who are ready to take over the leading role not only on the national scale, but on a global one as well to help settling a number of important problems facing the world,” summed up Burr.

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (Republican-Tennessee) leads a U.S. Congressional Delegation to Ukraine, Poland, Georgia, and Russia from April 7-13. Senator Frist is traveling with Senator Judd Gregg (Republican-New Hampshire) and Senator Richard Burr (Republican-North Carolina).

“This trip will provide an opportunity to gain a deeper, first-hand understanding of the issues impacting America’s bilateral relationship with each of these countries, to learn what the United States can do to strengthen the region’s emerging democratic institutions, and to gain perspective on the challenges facing this region,” said Senator Frist. “I look forward to meeting with key regional leaders and to having a frank and open dialogue on issues of mutual concern.

“The trip will also afford a chance to continue promoting the spread of democracy and freedom in the region," added Senator Frist. "Each of these countries presents unique challenges and opportunities for the United States to advance its interests in the region. And, I look forward to this opportunity to strengthen U.S. relations with each country.”


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