Groisman has banned Ministers to negotiate with Russia to bypass the Ministry of foreign Affairs :: Policies :: RBC

At the meeting of the government of Ukraine, the Prime Minister told the heads of ministries that none of them no right to negotiate with the “enemy” without the participation of the foreign Ministry

Volodymyr Groysman

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None of the Ukrainian of Ministers has no right under own initiative to negotiate with representatives of Russia, bypassing the Ministry of foreign Affairs, said Prime Minister of Ukraine Vladimir Groisman.

“None of you has no mandate to conduct any talks with the country-aggressor and our enemy. No we attacked them and they to us. But they will long regret it,” said Groisman, speaking to Ministers at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine on Wednesday, July 11.

The Prime Minister demanded that his subordinates acted solely within the directives of the government and any of its actions related to the negotiations with the Russians, coordinated with the foreign Ministry.

Yesterday, July 10, the edition “Economic truth” published a copy of the letter of the head of Ministry of Ukraine Igor Nasalik to the first Deputy General Director of “Rosatom” Kirill Komarov, in which he discussed the resumption of cooperation regarding the creation in Ukraine of a plant for the production of nuclear fuel. The energy Ministry document called fake, and then on the Agency’s website appeared another letter. It was also signed by Nasalik and addressed Komarov, but it was not about the resumption of cooperation and to negotiate. The energy Ministry announced that the talks were planned to discuss the release of “Rosatom” from the project of nuclear fuel plant and transfer of its shares to a Chinese investor.

During the session of the government of Ukraine Nasalik assured that the letter Komarov was previously sent to the foreign Ministry.

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