Natalya Poklonskaya, deputy chairman of the State Duma’s international affairs committee, gave advice to Kiev after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the transfer of Ukraine to external control. She agreed with the words of the Russian leader and noted that because of this, a destructive policy is taking place in the country, and not a constructive one, reports URA.RU.

The former prosecutor of Crimea stressed that the words spoken during the direct line must be heard by the Ukrainian authorities so that they draw appropriate conclusions.

“But I think there are hardly any politicians in Kiev who can truly defend the interests of their own country and go against the overseas breadwinners or admit the obvious things that Vladimir Putin is talking about,” Poklonskaya said.

She concluded that Russia and Ukraine have “the same roots, one victory”, the Russians and the Ukrainians, in her words, are one people, but with their own characteristics and traditions.

On June 30, during a direct line, Putin said that before meeting with Zelensky, you need to understand what to talk about at all, since he gave the country “under full external control,” and issues are being resolved in the United States, Germany and France.

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