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Saturday, December 3, 2016

Yatsenyuk urged the U.S. President and EU leaders leave anti-Russian sanctions


The former Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk spoke Thursday in Washington at the Atlantic Council. Reacting to the remark of the journalist that in Europe, some politicians advocate the easing of sanctions against Russia, he said, referring to U.S. President Barack Obama and EU leaders about the unacceptability of these steps until, until you complete the Minsk agreement. Yatsenyuk also said that Russia should return to Donetsk, Lugansk region and the Crimea under full control (to Ukraine – ed.).

Yatsenyuk also said that soon Ukraine will not need Russian gas, and invited Europeans to create a Fund to during the transition period to support the incomes of Ukrainian officials who have very small salaries.

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