“Today we’re ready to sit down to start signing an agreement on joint
work with the opposition,” he told the journalists in Kyiv on Monday, Oct. 29.
Klitschko also said that UDAR Party is going to work in the Verkhovna
Rada of the seventh convocation with those political forces, who “offer
a democratic way for Ukraine’s development”, and does not see the
possibility for joint work with the Regions Party and the Communist
Party of Ukraine.
“We’ll make every effort to work jointly with the parties that offer a
democratic direction for Ukraine’s development, these being the
Batkivschyna and Svoboda parties,” the politician said.