Ukraine has complained to the Pro-Russian position of the ex-President of Czech Republic
Residence of the Ambassador of Ukraine in the Czech Republic criticized the Pro-Russian stance of former President Vaclav Klaus. In it reacted to statements Claus made during the discussion " Ukraine between Europe and Russia ", which in Prague organized the American Institute in Ukraine together with the Institute of Vaclav Klaus.
Klaus, for example, said that the events on the Maidan were provoked by the West, in the 1st and foremost the United States. The situation in the East of the country, former President of the Czech Republic explained the differences between Eastern and Western Ukraine.
residence of the Ambassador of Ukraine has accused the former President in the distribution of " openly anti-Ukrainian thoughts Kremlin imposing ". According to the comments of the Ukrainian Embassy, this position of the ex-President is the only way to attract attention to himself.
Kyiv main square, Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square) was occupied by supporters of the European integration on November 21, 2013, immediately after the statement of the government Mykola Azarov about temporary suspension of the Treaty on the Union with the EU. Later Maydan became the epicenter of conflict between the security forces and active participants.
The clashes, in which the opposing political force many times have used guns and Molotov cocktails, were dozens of casualties. On Independence Square until now live citizens who called themselves supporters of euromayday ".