Ukraine scared Putin's ten warnings

Verkhovna Rada deputy Renat Kuzmin on his Facebook page warned Kiev against the wrong reaction to ten warnings from Russian President Vladimir Putin, which, in his opinion, were not understood in Ukraine.

The parliamentarian was the first to describe the “message” about the Maidan, the second related to Crimea, but “again it didn’t reach the authorities”. The third message he named Donbass, then “Turkish Stream” and “Nord Stream-2”.

The sixth warning Kuzmin called the increase in gas prices, the seventh – a lawsuit against Ukraine in the ECHR, as well as a statement to the UN, an article by Putin on the unity of Russians and Ukrainians and the accusation of illegal persecution of the head of the political council of the Opposition Platform – For Life party Viktor Medvedchuk.

“And ours in response: who does not like – bring down to live in Russia … They really do not understand how all this can end? And even after Putin’s words that Ukraine, upon leaving the USSR, illegally grabbed foreign territories with a multimillion population? ” – concluded the deputy.

Earlier, Ukrainians appreciated the thesis of historical unity with the Russian people. The results of the opinion poll were published by the Razumkov Center. 70.4 percent of the respondents answered that they did not agree. 12.5 percent agreed with the thesis. Another 17.1 percent found it difficult to answer.

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