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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

“There will be an attempt to sway”: a Ukrainian official warned of clashes in Kiev

Various political and non-political forces are preparing a scenario of destabilization in Ukraine, in an effort to coincide with street protests to the start of work of the Verkhovna Rada. This was stated by the George Tooke – Deputy Minister of the country in the “temporarily occupied territories” (official Kiev considers such a Donbas and Crimea).

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The TV channel “112 Ukraine” Tooke said that it has “certain information” about it. According to him, to actively preparing a “marginal populist” forces, which can coincide with the protest to the opening of the session of the Verkhovna Rada on 5 September.

“In September, will attempt to “sway”, surely “to sway” in Kiev”, – shared information the official. He said that political forces will come with different requirements, but the common denominator is public outrage.

If not in Kiev, such a scenario will try to implement in the regions, warned Fat. The official hopes that the protests will not escalate into a physical confrontation with deputies, and law enforcement.

“Deputies are unlikely, they through the underground passage chuhnut, will only on foreign counties to catch”, he said.

President Petro Poroshenko and his associates have criticised the leader of “Batkivshchyna” Yulia Timoshenko and is known for the sharp statements of the leader of Radical party Oleg Lyashko. The change of government promises Georgian politician Mikhail Saakashvili deprived of Ukrainian citizenship.


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