"As far as I understand, all the key agreements have been reached. We spent five hours with the prime minister yesterday finalizing the coalition agreement and we are ready to submit it. It has just been thoroughly finalized in terms of tasks we are facing. We will not violate the agreements reached with our partners from Petro Poroshenko Bloc on forming a coalition in order to preserve stability in the country," Siumar noted.
She also added that an extraordinary session of the parliament was not scheduled as the president planned to stay in Japan with an official visit until the end of the week.
"The vote may take place on Tuesday, as it was previously announced. Although we need to understand our situation with the coalition agreement: who will support it, what the situation with the coalition is. Therefore, since the MPs will gather only on Tuesday (April 12 - Ed.), this day will be probably devoted to the formation of coalition, which will recommend its candidate for the post of the prime minister to the president, which he will subsequently submit to the Verkhovna Rada. We stand for the voting for the candidacy of parliament speaker and prime minister as well as government members to be held on the same day," she said.