President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko is satisfied with the results of his political force in the elections to the Verkhovna Rada. He is confident that prompt creation of coalition on its basis will finally allow introducing reforms.
"It is a pleasure that my political force gained a convincing victory – faction will have more than 130 MPs. But today we should begin the implementation of reforms, not celebrate," the Head of State said at the meeting with members of the Judicial Reform Council.
Petro Poroshenko emphasized that it was important to immediately begin the work of the newly elected Verkhovna Rada, form a coalition and a new Government.
Petro Poroshenko emphasized that it was important to immediately begin the work of the newly elected Verkhovna Rada, form a coalition and a new Government. "I am confident that we will promptly form the coalition that will be united by common principles and values. In the nearest time, right after the formation of the coalition, we must submit for consideration by the Verkhovna Rada a package of laws and new rules that will let us build a system credible for the public and the world," the Head of State emphasized. "We must work efficiently to solve all important issues," he said.
The Head of State underlined the responsibility of future members of coalition and new Government for the implementation of reforms and adoption of several urgent bills.
"I have no doubt that we are one team that wants to build fair society in Ukraine. And fair society can be built only in conditions of the rule of law and fair authorities," the President also noted.