President Viktor Yushchenko held yesterday a weekly meeting with Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko and Verkhovna Rada Speaker Arseniy Yatsenyuk. Also, National Security and Defense Council Secretary Rayisa Bohatyryova, Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers Petro Krupko, BYuT and OU-PSD faction leaders Ivan Kyrylenko and Vyacheslav Kyrylenko, President’s Secretariat Chief of Staff Viktor Baloha and his deputies Oleksandr Shlapak and Oleksandr Chaly took part in the meeting. President's press office reports.
During the meeting officials discussed the agenda for next Verkhovna Rada plenary week (March 18-21), introduction of modifications to 2008 budget law, the results of talks between Naftogaz of Ukraine and Russia’s Gazprom, preparations in Ukraine to NATO Bucharest Summit.

According to the President, the People's deputies of the Verkhovna Rada should tomorrow discuss and adopt in a first reading the bills on deputies’ immunity status; on the Cabinet of Ministers; on the opposition; on imperative mandate, on introduction of modification to some legislative acts as  preliminary elections of Kyiv Mayor. “The coalition agreement should be obeyed in full, rather than partially, in order to satisfy one-day political interests. That is why the parliament has to adopt all 12 bills which had been agreed upon earlier,” Viktor Yushchenko said.


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