And at the same time, the lives of residents of Ukraine continuously deteriorating, oligarchs, such as the head Poroshenko, can not complain, the German magazine writes.
the magazine stressed that the Ukrainian authorities " mock the people, unceasingly increasing taxes and tariffs, and at the same time, the income of the President of Ukraine from its chocolate factories has increased eightfold.
"Things are going well, his friends and rivals. The oligarchs control the banking system, the electricity, oil and organizations in the country, " writes WirtschaftsWoche.
But at the moment in the country, emphasizes the German magazine, there is a real struggle for power, and that means a lot of money.
"The total amount of Western aid to the country is expected to grow To 40 billion dollars. Fifteen billion dollars intended for debt restructuring, and the rest of the money should be spent on the rehabilitation of infrastructure in the East of the country. According to calculations ", - explained in the publication.
The conflict between the Central government and the Governor of Dnipropetrovsk oblast Igor Kolomoisky, which broke out last week, has already led to the resignation of the latter.
The relationship between Kolomoisky and the authorities of Ukraine escalated after the Verkhovna Rada on March 19, adopted amendments in the law on joint stock companies, which deprived him of his observations on the company " Ukrnafta ". In addition, differences arose in connection with the replacement of the leadership of the organization " Ukrtransnafta ". Until recently it was headed by Oleksandr Lazorko, who is considered close to Kolomoisky.
However, the state as the sole shareholder of "Ukrtransnafta" was removed from Lazorko the range of possibilities the Chairman of the Board.
then, accompanied by armed guards Kolomoisky came to office organization, to stand up for Lazorko, where he had a Conflict with media professionals. After this incident Poroshenko reprimanded Kolomoisky for the nonobservance of the instructions in profetica.
on Wednesday, the President signed a decree releasing Kolomoisky as head of Dnipropetrovsk regional administration.