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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Savchenko explained why I would not serve Russian spy


Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Hope Savchenko said in an interview that would not “serve the Russian spy” as not so much like Russia.


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Hope Savchenko.

In the Ukrainian media reported that an interview with Savchenko gave via Skype “odious propagandist-Ukrainophobia Anatoly Shariy, who is hiding from the Ukrainian court in the Baltic States”. Recall that Shary is the author of numerous publications on organized crime in Ukraine in 2008-2011, and now leads a video blog, which criticizes the publication in the Ukrainian media about events of 2013. Mostly he exposed numerous fakes. From Ukraine Shary went back in January 2012, after it brought two cases of the shooting in “McDonald’s” when Anatoly Shary shot twice with rubber bullets in an unknown who attacked his wife and for allegedly staging an assassination attempt on himself, when Shary said the shelling of his car.

In an interview with Savchenko, according to an UNIAN correspondent, he asked her what it’s like to be a Russian spy. These accusations rained down on Savchenko after she announced the need to negotiate with the leaders of the breakaway DNR and LC Aleksandra Zakharchenko and Igor Carpentry.

Savchenko said that has no idea saying that would not serve as a Russian spy. “Do not love Russia enough to serve as a spy for her”, she added. During the conversation she said it again: “I’m not an agent of the Kremlin.”

The Ukrainian crisis. Chronicle of events
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