Former President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko accused the head of state Volodymyr Zelensky of personally instructing him to ban him from leaving the country. He spoke about this on his Facebook page.
“Zelensky personally instructed me to block my exit from Ukraine and disrupt all my international meetings. And this ban looks like convincing evidence of politically motivated persecution of the opposition by the authorities during the war,” the ex-president said.
According to Poroshenko, Zelensky, in the face of “the face of a pan-European military alarm,” should focus his attention on confronting not him, but Russia. He called on Ukrainians to work on strengthening the international coalition and the internal anti-Russian front.
Earlier it became known that Poroshenko refused to be a friend of Vladimir Zelensky. Despite this, he called for “to unite in front of a real threat,” since underestimating the threat, in his opinion, is also a crime.