The prime minister - the minister of Ukraine Yulia Timoshenko calls three ways of an exit from the political crisis which has developed in the country.
On a press - conference on Monday in Kiev it noted that "today there are only three exits from this situation".
The first, on belief of the prime minister, is a restoration of the democratic coalition.
According to Tymoshenko, this question "completely is in hands of the president". She noted that it is necessary to restore a demkoalition "without ultimatums, without requirements, without any pressure".
The prime minister focused attention that personally she doesn't put forward any ultimatums to the President, somehow - to dismiss the head of his secretariat Victor Balogu or to close criminal cases about treachery of national interests concerning it.
Tymoshenko considers that the second way of recovery from the crisis is possible if Yushchenko "doesn't return the team to the democratic coalition". According to the prime minister, it is a question including of return to the majority of two deputies - Jurij Booth and Igor Rybakov.
In that case, on her belief, the option of carrying out early elections will be real. "It (holding snap elections) is treachery of the democratic coalition and a strategic course of Ukraine", - the prime minister emphasized, having reminded that she opposes categorically snap elections.
The third option of succession of events, according to Tymoshenko, this reformatting of the coalition for this purpose, "that parliament started working".
Answering a question of, whether she counts on restoration of the democratic coalition, Tymoshenko told: "I hope for wisdom of the President".
It assured that in case of demkoalition restoration, won't allow any contentions: "I won't be the participant of squabbles".
As it was reported, Tymoshenko declares that won't allow to create the conflict around the Black Sea fleet of Russia temporarily based in the Crimea as it can provoke the territorial conflict.
Also Tymoshenko declares that received the agenda from the Prosecutor General's Office for September 11. In GPU have no information on it.