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Presidential debates at Olimpiysky stadium in Kyiv: Two dates proposed

The presidential aspirants proposed two dates - April 14 and April 19
13:11, 10 April 2019

NSC Olimpiyskiy, Kyiv
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National sports complex Olimpiysky has got two applications for holding debates from two presidential candidates Volodymyr Zelensky and Petro Poroshenko, as the press office of the complex reported.

It was informed that the representative of the current president offers two dates for the debates – April 14 and 19, and Zelensky’s representatives only one date – April 19.

“NSC Olimpiysky initiated a negotiations process with the representatives of the mentioned candidates concerning the provision of debates on the territory of a sports complex,” the press office added.

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On April 3, Zelensky replied to Poroshenko's invitation to participate in debates and put forward his conditions. He wanted to hold debates at Olympic Stadium. Poroshenko’s team said, “the President does not perform at stadiums”. A few hours later Poroshenko changed his mind and agreed to participate in the debates.

On April 7, Poroshenko stated that he waits for Volodymyr Zelensky on April 14 at Olympic Stadium.

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In his turn, Zelensky reported that he wants to hold the debates with Poroshenko on April 19 at Olympic Stadium.

It should be mentioned that during the presidential campaign in 2014, Poroshenko himself refused from participating in the debates with another presidential aspirant Yuliya Tymoshenko, his key competitor. Poroshenko explained his unwillingness by the fact that Ukraine "is in a state of war. All people emphasize that the country needs unity. If we start quarreling now, our rivals would benefit from it."

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