The head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that he had instructed law enforcement agencies to prosecute those who are trying to destabilize the situation in the coal industry of the country.
Ukrainian miners this week picketed government buildings in Kiev with the requirement to extinguish debts on a salary. On the last working day of the week people's choice of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine from the faction Block Petro Poroshenko Mustafa Nayem said that has information about the belonging of the largest private energy holding of Ukraine, DTEK businessman Renat Akhmetov to organise the protests of miners in the capital of Ukraine. According to the Deputy, the Firm's like trying using rallies to increase purchase prices for domestic coal.
"Today, after the announcement of plans to destabilize the situation in the country, I have instructed the police forces to prosecute those who Today were going to implement these scenarios," said Poroshenko.
According to the President, to organize rallies involved Ukrainian oligarchs, who, with the help of rallies trying to get benefits for themselves.