Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs denies he has a conflict with President Poroshenko

The Minister of Interior Affairs, Arsen Avakov, denies his conflict with the President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, as he discussed on Ukrainian News.

"We don’t have a conflict with the President," he said. The Minister added that he and Poroshenko have "absolutely friendly discussions concerning their work."

Earlier, the former adviser of the Minister of Interior Affairs, Verkhovna Rada People’s Deputy Anton Gerashchenko, stated that there has been a conflict between Avakov and Poroshenko from the very first day of the President’s election.

According to him, the main reason for the conflict is "a different approach to security issues and criminal investigations."

  Avakov, Poroshenko, Ukraine

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