“The negotiation process is at deadlock. The language of ultimatum used by our partners has lead to it. We do not perceive such methods of talks and reckon that the current format of negotiations is absolutely futile now,” Roman Zvarych stated Tuesday to the journalists.
“At the same time we realise that Ukrainian people get really tired of talks about the coalition. We want our partners to clearly answer to a simple question of Ukrainian nation: do we form a coalition for separate leaders to get corresponding posts or for purpose to realise program targets of the coalition?” emphasised Zvarych.
“Ukrainians have made their choice. Now we must distribute the posts in accordance with this choice and provide for implementation of the program basis. Our Ukraine does not accept any other variants of out-of-coalition agreements which may resolve cadres’ issue in some risky ways,” said Zvarych.
According to him, “if certain political force or personality wants to take on responsibility and to form a coalition, it must avoid ultimatum language. If this political force cannot do it, so, we are willing to take on responsibility and to nominate a candidate for PM office.”
“Anyway the coalition must be formed. We always demonstrated the constructive approach but in the wake of deadlock situation, we have informed our partners that now we are free in our actions,” concluded Zvarych.
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