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Sunday, August 20, 2017

“They are all slaves”: Savchenko told about his attitude to the Russians


Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Nadezhda Savchenko gave an extensive interview to “Apostrophe”, where he spoke as his critical attitude to the President of Petro Poroshenko, and the “slave mentality” of Russians.


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According to Savchenko, Poroshenko wants to stop war in Donbas, he has not fulfilled his campaign promise to become “President of peace” and to end the conflict in two weeks. According to Savchenko, this means that the leader of the country “has no desire” to keep his word.

At the same time, says Savchenko, she has yet no presidential ambitions, but if she went to the polls with such promise, it would have made its execution.

However, she notes, with the President now “communication”, although as a national Deputy Savchenko and joined him.

Read how Savchenko wants to end the “chaos” in the Donbass.

To the question about relations of Russia and Ukraine, Savchenko replied sharply: she said that Ukraine is guided by the West primarily because of its values. So, the Ukrainians proved that they are not slaves”, while in Russia people are treated “as cattle”.

Relations between the two countries the Deputy proposed to be reduced to purely economic cooperation, as Ukraine and Russia, in her opinion, very different values, and her country is such a spiritual setting is not necessary: “they (the Russians – ed.) all slaves are on their knees – this mentality.”

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