Financial resources given by international donor organizations to Ukraine are not sufficient for elimination of Chernobyl catastrophe aftermath, Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov observed that at a session of Organizing committee for marking the 25th anniversary of Chernobyl catastrophe.

'Despite a difficult economic situation Ukraine has been financing its expenses for overcoming the effects of the accident for the last 20 years almost on its own. Of course, we are grateful to the international financial organizations that rendered a certain help, but it far from being equivalent to the scale of tasks we are facing to eliminate the aftermath of the catastrophe,' accentuated Mykola Azarov, according to the Cabint's press office.

He added that the Government was paying much attention to the social protection of the injured and to transforming the object "Shelter" into an ecologically safe system.

Besides the Prime Minister mentioned that an international conference with participation of donor-countries representatives would take place in April, where issues of elimination the effects of the catastrophe would be discussed.

'We are planning to hold an international conference to which the representatives of the donor countries of the Chernobyl foundation will be invited. And, certainly, there should be a very good preparation work done in order not to turn that event into a demonstration of intentions. It is necessary to finish that international conference with serious decisions,' summed up Mykola Azarov.

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