Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard
Europe intends to close its borders, fearing the rampant radicalism, terrorism, and extremism in Ukraine. It is in this way that the politician Viktor Medvedchuk commented on the assurances of Andriy Parubiy that the EU is on the brink of opening its “doors” to Ukraine.
As was noted by Victor Medvedchuk on his page on Facebook, Parubiy assured that “consultations on the mechanism to temporarily suspend the visa-free regime have already concluded,” and hopes that a decision will be made this year.
Parubiy can’t not know, notes Medvedchuk, that Europe intends to close their borders for fear of the rampant radicalism, terrorism, and extremism in Ukraine.
“The fact that the Kiev government did not support the UN resolution condemning the glorification of Nazism, and the awareness of the fact that the Ukrainian government turns a blind eye to radicals and neo-Nazis (it’s enough to remember the Sabbath of nationalist forces on the anniversary of “Euromaidan”, the pogrom of “Sberbank”, the attack on the office of the movement “Ukrainian choice ― the right of the people”, the arson of the TV channel “inter”), became for Europeans a “moment of truth”: Europe made it clear that it does not accept the position of the “party of war”, and prefers not to have anything to do with its representatives,” wrote Viktor Medvedchuk.
Earlier, the ex-prime minister Mykola Azarov commented on this subject. The Ukrainian people have to know that the Kiev authorities support the glorification of fascists and their accomplices, the politician believes.
“The United Nations adopted a resolution on combating the glorification of Nazism. It contains deep concern about the glorification in any form of the SS and the Nazi movement. The Kiev regime voted against it,” wrote Mykola Azarov on his page on Facebook.
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