MPs from at least 5 Rada factions to attend Trump inauguration – political adviser
Representatives of at least five parliamentary factions from Ukraine will attend the ceremony of the inauguration of the 45th U.S. President, political adviser Oleksandr Kolodiy told 112 Ukraine TV channel.
"There are representatives of Ukraine there, but due to confidentiality concerns, I can’t name them as long as the politicians do not wish to identify themselves. I will say that most of them are public figures, representatives of the deputy corps of this convocation and the previous one as well. From the current Parliament convocation, there are representatives of at least five factions," he said, according to 112 Ukraine TV channel.
As UNIAN reported earlier, more than 50 Democratic congressmen intend to boycott the inauguration of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump January 20.
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The ceremony in Washington this Friday will be attended by some 800,000-900,000 people.