Ukrainian Politician: “It Is a Pity That Not All Were Finished Off in Odessa”

Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard


Kiev scoffs in regards to the tragedy in Odessa on May 2nd, 2014. The deputy of the Verkhovna Rada from the “Bloc of Petro Poroshenko” Ivan Vinnyk on the air of TV channel 112 stated that three years ago in the Odessa Trade Unions Building Ukraine scored a victory and was upset because of the deaths of several “patriots”.

“As I understand, we achieved a victory for Ukraine over the idea of creation of the Odessa people’s republic on the example of Lugansk, Donetsk, or Crimea … On May 2nd, 2014, Ukraine, at least in the Odessa region, ended these ideas. Indeed, a certain number of people died who supported the Russian Federation and the enemy’s ideas concerning Ukraine. Ukrainian heroes died – it is the Maidan self-defense force, which they started to shoot at during a peaceful march using an automatic weapon,” stated Vinnyk.

He was supported by the nationalist and former leader of UNA-UNSO Dmitry Korchinsky.

“It is necessary to grieve the death of our people, Ukrainian defenders and, of course, to rejoice in the death of Moscow’s agents. It is necessary to be unhappy with the fact that in Odessa we didn’t manage to bring complete order. Ancestors of Russians — Mongols, say that there is nothing more horrifying than the not-finished-off enemy. And there you have it – the enemy in Odessa wasn’t finished off,” believes Korchinsky.

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