Poroshenko told what his “mission”
MOSCOW, may 20 — RIA Novosti. The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko told about his “mission” in ceremony of memory of victims of political repression.
As noted by the head of state, Ukraine has consistently pursued a policy of “restoration and preservation of the national memory” and “respect for the ideals of humanism and democracy.” Poroshenko said he will continue working in this direction “as much as give strength Lord God, how much time it will take the Ukrainian people.”
According to the President, Ukraine “coming” from the sphere of Russian influence.
Previously Poroshenko has said it is combating “cultural imperialism” of Moscow and the intention to cleanse the country from “dangerous vestiges of the Soviet-Russian ideology”. As an example, the Ukrainian “fight” he called changes in the national calendar, a renaming of geographic features and the demolition of monuments to Lenin.