Ukrainian foreign minister Kostyantyn Hryshchenko will meet with international observers to discuss the mechanism of solving problem, which will occur during the parliamentary elections, Prime Minister Mykola Azarov said during the Cabinet’s meeting, ForUm correspondent reports.
"There should be no obstacles to the campaign during the elections. Law enforcement agencies should respond to requests to correct any violations. And if there are any questions, we are ready to review quickly and find solutions. This was already mentioned last week during the meeting with the OSCE representatives. Our foreign minister, tasked to meet with international observers and representatives of the diplomatic corps will talk about it today also," Azarov said.

The PM also promised to answer all questions during the meeting with an even larger audience of observers, scheduled for Friday.

"I would like to emphasize that all branches of government have a categorical order: to provide all necessary support and assistance to the international observers within its competence. I would like to draw special attention of the heads of regional and local administrations: you are personally responsible for assisting international observer mission in your area. The government will consider even a hint of non-cooperation, delaying consideration of the issues, as an emergency situation created by your own fault," he said.

There will be much work on assisting the observers, according to the prime minister, as the unprecedented number of them, five thousand, is to come to elections.

"In addition, 68 NGOs, more than 19 thousand of official observers from non-governmental organizations, more than 85.000 official observers from the MP candidates, nearly 115.000 observers from political parties are to observe elections on the part of Ukraine," he said.

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