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They predict the government of President Petro Poroshenko may not last another three months.
MOSCOW, Russia — On Friday Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko accepted President Vladimir Putin's peace plan for Ukraine.
Petro Poroshenko proposes a utopian solution to the problem.
According to opinion polls, the most popular leader in Ukraine and very possibly its next president is Petro Poroshenko.
“My favorite job is Petro Poroshenko,” he laughed when we met.
But suddenly Petro stumbled, and though Estelle tried to keep him on his feet she could not.The Moving Picture Girls in War Plays|Laura Lee Hope
Couldn't git nothing out of 'em except some more parrot-cackle: 'Vote same Petro.In the Arena|Booth Tarkington
Petro's ideas for a "Start in Life Fund" were occupying a great deal of his attention and were crystallizing into concrete form.
Petro did not touch upon Miss Child's indictment of the Hands.
Petro, whose inmost self had also been absent on some errand, came to earth again with a slight start.