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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Tymoshenko told why not end the war in the Donbass

The leader of the Ukrainian opposition party “Fatherland” Yulia Tymoshenko made another batch of charges against the President of Petro Poroshenko. The politician said that the conflict in the Donbas continues because the head of state profit from it.

photo: Mikhail Kovalev

“War does not end because Poroshenko and his entourage in the war earn. The reason that war is, in this”, — said Tymoshenko at a press briefing, which was broadcast channel “112 Ukraine”. She noted that war is necessary to the authorities due to the fact that they are thus “cover the insane corruption in Ukraine.

In March 2017, the leader of the “Fatherland” called President Poroshenko, Prime Minister Vladimir Groysman and the head of national Bank Valeria Gontareva puppets. According to her it is carried out to the external control of Ukraine. Tymoshenko noted that the top is leading the country to catastrophe, namely, the “spiritual and economic colonization”.

Meanwhile, may 5th the Pechersky court of Kyiv ordered the Prosecutor General to open a case against “Batkivshchyna” because of fraud in the financial statement of the party. It was noted that of the discrepancy between the document and the actual contributions which was carried out by the sponsors of political power. For example, the report stated that “Fatherland” had allegedly received several thousand hryvnia from pensioners.

Read the story: Tymoshenko was suspected of treason due to the gas contract with Russia


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