Poroshenko recalled Putin’s Munich speech
Ukraine is currently in the midst of the processes that determine the future of the continent and the world. On Thursday, September 20, was declared by the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, reports “UKRINFORM”.
The Ukrainian leader expressed belief that global and regional security systems are inefficient and are under threat.
In addition, Poroshenko said that “Russian aggression that caught the West by surprise”.
Ignored were all important signals: a provocation to Tuzla (in 2003 between Moscow and Kiev there was a conflict over this island, Russia tried to build a dam and thus join the island with their territory — approx. “Of the tape.ru”); and the aggressive speech of the Russian President [Vladimir Putin] at the Munich security forum in 2007, where he basically all about all warned; and Russia’s attack on Georgia… And the first reaction to the occupation of the Crimea turned out to be surprisingly sluggish and toothless.Peter Presenteraient Ukraine During the download an error has occurred.
“And even now after thousands caused by Russia’s victims in the Donbass after [the destruction of the aircraft “Malaysian airlines”] MH17, after Syria, after [the poisoning of former Russian special services officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the British city] Salisbury — the West a lot of wishing to look in Putin’s soul or not know where. I wonder what you want to see the Lord? All the same, and so in front of everyone. Of the Russian Federation supports the right and lipopolysaccha movement, balloons euroscepticism, interfere in elections and referendums, as it was in the Netherlands (in 2016, this country held a referendum on the issue of Association between Ukraine and the EU, the majority of voters opposed the agreement — approx. “Of the tape.ru”),” — said Poroshenko.
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Similarly, the Kremlin believes Ukrainian President, is promoting its own alternative agenda, their values, hoping that the West is more difficult to keep a unified stance against Moscow.
In 2007 Vladimir Putin’s speech at the Munich security conference, dedicated to the unipolarity of the modern world, created a furor. The Russian leader criticized U.S. foreign policy and NATO expansion to the East. Putin has promised that Russia “will respond asymmetrically” to the deployment of us missile defence (BMD) system in Poland and the Czech Republic.