A German writer has pointed to the contradictions in the statements Poroshenko
German writer and journalist Kai Ehlers found a number of inaccuracies and contradictions in the publication of Peter Poroshenko, published in the German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine. His explanation he has published in the online newspaper.
for example, Ehlers emphasizes that the Ukrainian head agitates not to disturb the Minsk agreement, However, and he is mobilizing for a new offensive in the East of Ukraine.
in addition, Petro Poroshenko, being one of obespecheniya citizens of Ukraine, declares that the state " value is more important than economic interests." While the Ukrainian government, writes Ehlers, wants to slash spending on medicine, education and social needs, While increasing the costs of war, as well as tariffs for gas, water, electricity and the prices of essential commodities.
The Ehlers draws attention to the other inaccuracies, so that Poroshenko continues to talk about the forced annexation of Crimea to Russia. However, the Crimean population, dissatisfied established in Kyiv authorities, voluntarily voted to secede from Ukraine on the respective referendum, reminds the writer.
According to Ehlers, approval Poroshenko about the fact that "the Russian regular troops occupy 7, 6 percent of the territory of Ukraine, are" completely absurd ".
Appeals to the Ukrainian President, according to which "every European must become" little Ukrainian ", would be able to take it seriously, if Kiev was ready for dialogue, but not stirred up war against its own people, if the Eastern Ukraine gained autonomy, and "the iniquity of the oligarchs" was put to an end, continues Ehlers.
From the perspective of a journalist, Europeans do not have the opportunity to demonstrate solidarity Ukraine in the issues of democracy and freedom " in a situation when the country is so divided. Kyiv authorities respond to the call of the East repression sorit the West and the Russian Federation and putting the world on the threshold of new wars, says Ehlers.