BELGRADE – Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has announced that he had resigned, local media reported Sunday.
“I decided to resign from the post of Ukraine’s prime minister. On Tuesday, April 12, the decision will be submitted to the Verkhovna Rada [Ukrainian parliament]”, Yatsenyuk said as quoted by Ukrainian TV channels Sunday.
Yatsenyuk said that destabilization in Ukraine is “inevitable,” if a new government is not formed.
“We cannot allow one thing [to happen] — the destabilization of the executive power during the war [in the southeastern region of Donbass]. This prospect is inevitable, if after the resignation, a new government is not formed.”
“Since now, I see my goals broader than the powers of the government head.”