The oligarchs are a serious threat to Ukraine, said the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in conversation Independent.
Poroshenko said that insists that the government has taken a serious and active actions on limiting surveillance market oligarchs. The journal emphasizes that Poroshenko has been criticized because of the reluctance to disclose the size of their funds coming in that moment, as one of his campaign promises was to reduce the power of the oligarchs, reports RIA " Novosti ". Similarly, in an interview with the head of Ukraine said that in spite of the Donbas truce, to talk about the end of hostilities in the region until early." It's not the end of the war, instead of ? the change of tactics, " said Poroshenko, adding that it was unclear over what period will continue the ceasefire. Poroshenko said that Ukraine is ready to cooperate with Western countries, giving international observers full access to the extent affected by war. He clarified that all these actions are being taken to implement the Minsk agreements. If the parties fail to execute the necessary rules, the whole peace plan to fall under the danger of collapse with all the "obvious consequences and punishment" with respect to Russia. Poroshenko insists that the elections that are required to complete in DND and LNR in the fall will result in appropriate consequences.