A number of Ukrainian oligarchs want to undermine the position of the government in Kiev, said Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk in an interview to the financial times.
Yatsenyuk insists that since Ukraine gained independence, its government is mostly focused on reforms in the country, BelTA news Agency.
"He warned that a Number of Ukrainian oligarchs - billionaires attempts to undermine the government's position, which tends to limit their impact and make them more law-abiding," informs journal. The financial times also recalls that Ukraine is experiencing difficulties in the negotiations with international lenders on issues relating to the terms of the restructuring 23 billion (in dollars) debt of Ukraine. In this regard, Yatsenyuk warned that his government was ready to apply the range of opportunities given to him this week by Parliament, to impose a moratorium on debt payments, if the agreement with creditors on debt restructuring will not be achieved. Remember, Ukraine is fighting the oligarchs, which involves, for example, Rinat Akhmetov, Dmitry Firtash, Igor Kolomoisky and the country's leader Petro Poroshenko. Firtash attack using controlled by other oligarchs, media, law-enforcement bodies of the country controlled by political opponents Firtash, handle criminal cases of fraud in companies.