Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard
Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Andriy Parubiy announced the adoption of a joint document with colleagues from Lithuania and Poland, evaluating the events leading up to the outbreak of the World War II. The parliaments of three countries (Kiev, Warsaw, and Vilnius also not long ago created the general military formation of established, and the general military formation UkrLitPolBrig), according to Parubiy, will unambiguously declare the main culprits of the outbreak of the war.
UNIAN presents the statement of Parubiy, who, judging by all this, really has a certificate from a medical institution:
“In fact, in this statement, we are proposing to specify who was to blame for the tragedy that occurred on our lands, and the Russian Empire and German Nazism were the culprits that started World War II.”
What? So, it turns out that according to the new Ukrainian “historiographical” interpretation, the culprit of World War II was… the Russian Empire. And the fact that at the time of the beginning of WWII, this same Russian Empire for already twenty years did not exist, doesn’t disturb Mr. Parubiy at all.
“For us it is important that the tension that appeared between Poland and Ukraine this summer to be removed, and all historical insinuations brushed aside. And on 20.10.16 I will initiate a proposal in the Ukrainian Parliament of the corresponding statement, which will take place simultaneously with the adoption of this statement in the Polish Parliament and the Lithuanian Parliament, who will together indicate who was the culprit of the tragedy on our lands in the middle of the last century, and it will be highlighted that today Russian imperialism continues the same imperial policy pursued in the last century.”
And while Parubiy spoke about the “culpability of the Russian Empire”, the Ukrainian people face real economic problems. A record default on payments for utility services is observed. It got to the point that the Cabinet of Ministers is going to propose to the citizens to make their payments in instalments.
“Of course, there will be families who cannot or do not want to participate in the subsidy program. We will offer them another option: we will implement a 12-month of instalments to pay for utility services for those who want to participate in the subsidy program. This means that the burden on the family’s budget will be less.”
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