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Friday, February 16, 2018

Zhirinovsky Putin made a mistake not adding to Russia all of Ukraine

LDPR leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky said that Vladimir Putin during his presidency made three major mistakes, one of which was the refusal to join Russia, all of Ukraine. My point of view politician voiced in an interview with journalist and new Yuri Dude.

photo: Evgeny Semenov

The first blunder Putin made, when refused a consolidation of constituent entities of the Russian Federation, Zhirinovsky believes. “They are six (Autonomous districts) was removed and stopped, it was a mistake, had to continue,” — said the Deputy.

The second mistake of the Russian leader, according to policy, was that “it was necessary to take the whole of Ukraine”, and not be limited to the annexation of Crimea. Zhirinovsky noted that he had maintained this position in 1991, when the USSR collapsed.

In addition, the leader of the liberal Democrats believe that the President has failed to develop measures to support small businesses. “Give the police and the FSB to protect small business. No one gives — and still interception of private property, raider seizure” — he complained.

During the conversation with the politician Dude admitted that he considers himself the second most important man in Russia. “I am now on the second place after Putin in importance, influence, popularity, trust,” — said Zhirinovsky, adding that meant the whole country.

To the question about what would the politician asked Vladimir Putin if he wins the next presidential election, Zhirinovsky said that he would like the appointment to the post of Prime Minister.


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