"We are holding difficult political consultations. Each party wants to get more seats. But the main thing is to get them. The opposition now has two approaches. One is to work in all 225 constituencies, and another is to focus on 150 constituencies. We decided that it would be expedient for us to actively work in 175 constituencies, including in the eastern regions," Yatseniuk said in an interview posted on the Web site of the Focus magazine.
However, he hinted that he would not raise the question of the unification of Ukrainian opposition parties into a single political force until the question of single candidates in majority districts is resolved.
"Let’s first solve the question of our unification in majority districts and then move on to a higher level," Yatseniuk said.