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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Turchinov called the National guard under Putin “vertuhayskaya parody”


Secretary of Council of national security and defense Council (NSDC) of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov accused Russian President Vladimir Putin in plagiarism. In his opinion, Putin has copied his “Resguardo” with the National guard of Ukraine, creating a parody for the destruction of freedom and democracy.


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Turchynov lashed out at the National guard created by Vladimir Putin on the basis of Internal troops of the interior Ministry. In his opinion, the Russian leader simply adopted the experience of Ukraine.

Turchynov said that the National guard of Russia was created in order to “destroy freedom and democracy,” and called it “vertuhayskaya parody” of the National guard of Ukraine, reports “Interfax”.

However, he added that, unlike the Russian, Ukrainian Nazvanie created exclusively to protect the independence and sovereignty of the country. “Our guard protects the freedom of Ukrainians, democracy in our country, to protect the independence and sovereignty of their own state”, — said the head of the national security Council.

Recall, April 5, Putin announced the creation of the National guard on the basis of Internal troops of the interior Ministry. He stated that the National guard will engage in the fight against terrorism and organized crime and in close contact with the Ministry of interior will continue to perform those functions which were performed by units of the OMON and Sobra. Director of Regardie was appointed Viktor Zolotov, who in 2000 was head of security for the Russian President.

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