"I want to say that it is very good when the media spread trustworthy information. But when it is not true, this is misinforming. I want to say that the faction will meet today at 1800 to discuss organizational and political tasks. We will not gather for three weeks (due to the parliamentary recess until the next session). For three weeks we will work in districts and at our workplaces, not in the Verkhovna Rada. This is why we have to raise issues and discuss them with deputies and focus them on further actions directly in election districts," Kozhemiakin said during a briefing on Wednesday, when asked whether it was true that the faction was planning to decide on Korolevska’s expulsion on Wednesday.
"As for the information you are speaking about, as far as I know, Natalia Yuriyivna is abroad now, she is safe and sound, and we are not planning to take any measures against her," Kozhemiakin said.