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Groysman on Saakashvili’s possible arrival in Kyiv would do nothing
12:16, 16 September 2017
Groysman on Saakashvili’s possible arrival in Kyiv would do nothing

Prime Minister emphasized populists weren't his field of work

12:16, 16 September 2017

Press-service of the Cabinet of Ministers

Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman said he wouldn’t do anything about former Odesa governor Mikheil Saakashvili, if he comes to Kyiv, during the YES conference, broadcasted by 112.UA Channel.

The moderator asked Groysman what the government would do if Saakashvili came to Kyiv next week.

“Nothing. I don’t know what is to be done in such cases. I understand how to build roads, how to invest into developing national economy, how to create favourable conditions for our energy independence, how to prepare the country for tough winters – this I understand. But what to do with populists, let the Ukrainian society deal with them; I can say only that I, as a Prime Minister, and my government will do everything for Ukrainians,” Groysman said.

Related: Saakashvili admits violating law while crossing border

Prime Minister said that populism was the reason of destabilization in the country.

“I am not on the same wavelength with such people: I came to create, build, and unite, not to ruin, break apart, and provoke chaos. Here we are different. I believe that populism is the reason of destabilization in our country. We have to leave it behind – in Ukraine’s past,” Groysman said.

As it was reported earlier, Mikheil Saakashvili said he was coming to Kyiv on September 19, to “save the city”.

Related: Court arrests one of assistants of Saakashvili’s breaking through Ukraine’s border

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