Klitschko: Azarov's Resignation Only a Step to Victory

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Bulgaria: Klitschko: Azarov's Resignation Only a Step to Victory Vitali Klitschko. Photo by EPA/BGNES

Former world boxing champion and Ukrainian opposition leader Vitali Klitschko called Prime Minister Mykola Azarov's resignation "only a step to victory".

"The issue of the government's resignation and the issue of the government's liability are on today's agenda. I am certain this (resignation statement) is not accidental. He knows that he will do everything he can to save face", Klitschko told reporters on Tuesday.

"For several months we have been saying that what is happening in the streets is also the result of the policies of the current government. This is not victory, but a step to victory", said Klitschko, leader of the UDAR (Punch) party.

Earlier on Tuesday, Prime Minister Mykola Azarov offered his resignation, which under the constitution, means the departure of the whole government.

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Yane - 28 Jan 2014 // 20:03:44

He is a boxer, one of the leader of the opposition

another is a Neo-Nazi

the 3rd is rumoured to be a Jew

They may be "united" in opposition against Yanukovich, but lets see them try to get along with each other for next presidential election..it will be a circus to be sure.

Direct - 28 Jan 2014 // 14:14:39

Klichko is paid by the western mafia. The ultimate goal is to remove the President Yanukovich who is pro-Russian, so that will clear the road for the western degenerates to seize Ukraine in an economic way. All "revolutions" are designed in the CIA offices and the aim is always one - imposing the new world order everywhere!

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