Ambassador extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russia to Ukraine Mikhail Zurabov will participate in the inauguration ceremony of newly elected President of Petro Poroshenko. After which he will return to the fulfillment of own duties.
"After the presidential election, election of new President of Ukraine, decided that he returns in Kyiv, returns to his own duties, and will participate in the official inauguration ceremony of the President, Petro Poroshenko, said the Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Grigory Karasin.
The Russian Ambassador will take part only in the official ceremony, reception, to present it will not. Remember that Zurabov was withdrawn from Kyiv for consultations 23 February and, since then, Ukraine has not returned, informs ITAR-TASS.
It is noteworthy that role in the inauguration of the newly elected President of Ukraine approved of about 20 foreign heads of state and government. On 3 June at the briefing in Kiev said the Director of the information policy Department of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Yevhen perebyinis.
"As of today we have evidence conditionally participation in the inauguration ceremony presumably from 20 foreign heads of state and government," said Predrag. According to him, for example, the ceremony will take part the President of Poland Bronislaw Komorowski, President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaite and President of Switzerland, Moldova, Germany and other countries. Among other issues, the ceremony will visit the acting head of the OSCE Didier Burkhalter and the Prime Minister of Canada.
According to the statement of Perebiynis from Ukraine, evidence relatively participation of foreign leaders in the inauguration ceremony keep coming. "We expect an unprecedented high level of participation of foreign delegations in inauguration of the President of Ukraine, which is considered the presentation of their support in this difficult time," he said.
The inauguration of the newly elected President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko will take place in Kyiv in Verkhovna Rada on 7 June. By results of processing of 100% of ballots millionaire won the elections of the President of Ukraine, gaining 54.7% of the vote. Former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko took the second place and seriously behind Poroshenko with 12,81% of the vote. On the 3rd place was a leader of the Radical party of Ukraine Oleh Lyashko, who received 8,32% of the vote.
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