Russian expert: Ukraine the default and decrease in a standard of living

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Ukraine the default and deterioration of a standard of living of the population waits. Such opinion ininterview of Ekho Moskvy radio stationthe known Russian economist, the president of the Neokon company Mikhail HAZIN stated.

According to him, falling of a standard of living in Ukraine is inevitable. It happens or as a result of radical reforms carried out by the new power, or owing to a default, the expert considers.

It reminded that in 1998 the same happened in Russia. "We were ready to support at any cost a population standard of living in spite of the fact that under it the objective resource isn't present. Ukraine is today in the same situation", - quotes the economist of RBC.

The economic situation in Ukraine, according to M. HAZIN, is deplorable from - for the saved-up internal and external financial obligations. "One or the other: or there will be a default in this or that look because the obligations saved up for previous years anywhere didn't get to, or it is necessary to do still something radical", - the economist believes.

According to him, all countries in the world share on in what realized that the standard of living of the population can't be supported at that level to what the population, and where understanding yet didn't happen got used. In Russia this understanding during a default of 1998 happened, and in Ukraine while isn't present, he considers.

In this regard M. HAZIN urged the Ukrainian authorities to explain to the population need of unpopular measures. The Ukrainian government, the economist considers, "has to tell the population: children, will live strongly worse, pensions will be lower, etc.". The leadership of Ukraine very serious decisions wait. "According to any obligations it is possible to declare a default, to tell: we can't pay - everything, a point", - M. HAZIN concluded.

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