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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Savchenko called for an end to the “mess” in the Donbass

Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Hope Savchenko delivered another resonant statement on the situation in the Donbas. Former soldier called as soon as possible to complete the so-called anti-terrorist operation in the East of Ukraine, which she prefers to call “war”.

Hope Savchenko once again entered into controversy with the authorities of Ukraine, which requires them to enter the country under martial law. “It is very dangerous such rhetoric is that it is necessary to impose martial law. We need to end this mess, who called anti-terrorist operation”, — the Deputy told the TV channel “espresso”.

As noted Savchenko, authorities it’s time to recognize that Ukraine is already two years continues, a real war, not the ATO. “The fact that we have a war, no doubt about it. It had to admit two years ago, starting with the Crimea”, — she said.

Note that after returning to Ukraine, Nadezhda Savchenko repeatedly made conciliatory statements, after which the number of radical politicians accused her of “collusion” with Moscow and has called the “Trojan horse” Putin.

In particular, the MP advocated direct talks with the leaders of Donbass, and also offered to apologize to the mothers whose sons were killed in the DNI and LC, or, in her words, peace in the South-East will not. On August Savchenko declared a hunger strike demanding the release of Ukrainian soldiers from captivity. In her opinion, the process has stalled through the fault of Kiev.

After that, the leader of the faction of the Radical party in the Verkhovna Rada Oleg Lyashko said that the MP from the party “Batkivshchyna” Hope Savchenko agreed with the Kremlin on the release from prison in exchange for the surrender of Ukraine”. And Deputy “popular front” Andrew Teeruk called his colleague “Putin’s lobbyist.

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