The deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, the vice-chairman of the "Our Ukraine — National Self-defense" Block Boris Tarasyuk is confident in refusal of the President Victor Yushchenko to bring his candidate to a position of the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
He told about it to journalists.
"I am sure that such offers won't arrive because at me others, unlike the President, views of questions of international policy", - were told by him.
Tarasyuk also expressed doubts in opportunity productively to work as the Minister of Foreign Affairs when the Secretariat of the President is headed by Victor Baloga.
"I consider improbable my work at a position of the minister with the President and the head of the Secretariat of the President Balogoy who gives politically motivated instructions to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs", - he told.
Thus he emphasized that in case Yushchenko nevertheless will bring his candidate to a position of the minister, it will consult on fraction and the coalition then will make a final decision.
As it was reported, fractions of Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc, NUNS and Blok of Litvin intend to ask Yushchenko to bring in parliament Tarasyuk's candidate for appointment it to a position of the Minister of Foreign Affairs.