February 21, 2014 17:31
Maidan approves agreement between authorities, opposition
KYIV. Feb 21 (Interfax) - The Maidan council has approved the signing of an agreement between the authorities and opposition, provided the new government does not include current Interior Minister Vitaliy Zakharchenko and Viktor Pshonka is no longer Prosecutor General, Svoboda Party leader Oleh Tiahnybok said.
"The session of the Maidan Council is over. It was decided to approve the decision on the need to sign the agreement but on the condition that we do not see Interior Minister Zakharchenko in the next government and will not see Pshonka as Prosecutor General in the near future," he told reporters in Kyiv on Friday.
The agreement has yet to be signed, Tiahnybok said.
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