Ukraine Protesters Back Premier Candidate as Aid Weighed

Date: 02-26-2014 | Category: Geopolitics, In the News, Russia and Eurasia

"Ukraine is on the brink of bankruptcy and needs to be saved from collapse -- Yatsenyuk has a strong economic background,” Ariel Cohen, senior fellow at the Washington-based Heritage Foundation, said by phone. “Ukraine faces difficult reforms but without them there won’t be a successful future.” http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-02-26/yatsenyuk-named-ukraine-prime-minister-as-default-battle-looms  By John Fraher, Daryna Krasnolutska and Nicole Gaouette Bloomberg News February 26, 2014

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