Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and Verkhovna Rada Chairman Volodymyr Lytvyn discussed the situation in parliament at a meeting on Friday, according to the presidential press service. "I have invited you to discuss the situation in the Parliament", said Viktor Yanukovych at the beginning of the meeting. 

The President emphasized that it it is crucial to immediately establish an effective coalition and efficient Government. He criticized absence of State Budget 2010 saying that it means "finances and economy are managed manually".

Viktor Yanukovych stressed that beginning with March 1, activate negotiations on forming the coalition should start in the Parliament called on Volodymyr Lytvyn to be active organizer of the negotiations. From his part the Speaker said he "understands it should be done". 

Lytvyn, in turn, said that "the coalition in fact does not exist." He said that this could be proved by the fact that the coalition had approved only 130 out of over 2,000 bills in the Verkhovna Rada. "If there is a coalition in the Verkhovna Rada, there should also be the budget," he said, adding that opposition also has to work in parliament.

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