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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

From-for million debts to the who, Ukraine was deprived of voting rights

Held in Geneva of the 70th session of the Assembly of the world health organization, the Ukrainian delegation made a “tongueless”. The reason is simple: the country has paid the who membership dues in the amount of $26 million.

This situation could pass the attention of Ukrainian citizens, if it is not told during today’s “hour of the government” in the Verkhovna Rada, the member of fraction “Oppositional block”, Igor Shurma. Taking advantage of the presence in the government box Volodymyr Groysman, known in the Republic, the organizer of health asked the premiere of “awkward question”.

The answer, it turned out expected. Say, after the overthrow and flight from Ukraine of former President Viktor Yanukovych and his entourage in the accounts of the state Treasury remained untouched with only 108 thousand hryvnia. Therefore, they say, what sort of contributions “on the backburner”: the economy had collapsed to save…

As previously reported by “MK”, at the 70th session of the Assembly, who entrusted the chairmanship to the representative of Russia Veronika Skvortsova. To prevent the head of the Ministry of health to occupy the prestigious post of desperately/unsuccessfully tried to prevent the representative of Ukraine Ulyana Suprun – acting Minister of health of the Republic. And this US citizen not a word obnovilasj that day on considerable debt of Ukraine in front of a respected international organization.

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