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Friday, April 28, 2017

Jaros: “We can drown Ukraine in the blood”


The former leader of the banned in Russia right-wing organization “Right sector” Dmitry Yarosh acknowledged that the power in Ukraine is now extremely weak, and slipping it is not particularly difficult.

Dmitry Yarosh, said on the air Еспресо.TV he understands the revolutionary spirit of his former companions. “The revolution has not ended with the achievement of those ideals that were set on the Maidan”, – stated the nationalist.

According to Yarosh for his supporters to be an issue of the power shift in Ukraine, especially one as weak as it is now. “In conditions of external aggression we can drown Ukraine in blood. No big problems any power to remove, and the power we have, unfortunately, now weak,” he said.

The ex-leader of the “righties” noted that the war on two fronts will not work, referring to the war against the people of Donbass. “Well, we all know the story: as soon as the Ukrainians start to fight on two or three fronts – we always lose,” said Yarosh.

Recall that in late April the former leader of “Right sector” said that Ukraine could split into several quasi-States before the end of this year. According to him, such a scenario has become realistic due to the difficult economic situation in the country.

As stated nationalist goals of independence in Ukraine is still not achieved: the corruption is not defeated, and the impoverishment of the population, especially in regions, has reached catastrophic proportions. “I have less hope that something can be changed in a constitutional way”, – stressed Yarosh.

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