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Friday, April 20, 2018

“The most important victory of the year”: Poroshenko again finally said goodbye to Russia


Poroshenko reminded Ukrainians about the most important victory achieved last year. This victory was the introduction of a visa-free regime with European countries. The President of Ukraine wrote in his Twitter. Poroshenko also added that thus “Ukraine said a final “goodbye” in Russian and the Soviet empires.”


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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko recalled won last year together with the people most important victory. Expect this event Poroshenko called the achievement of visa-free regime with the EU countries. According to the Ukrainian leader, it is not only the most important victory of Ukraine, but “final” farewell of Kiev with Moscow. This is stated in the published on Twitter the message of the Ukrainian President.

“One of the most important victories of the year, we won together, the introduction of a visa-free regime with EU countries. Ukraine said a final “good-bye” to the Russian and Soviet empires”, — says the publication.

Poroshenko is not the first time tells about bizwise as the main achievement of the new authorities of the country. Many political analysts say that while bole significant success to show people the Ukrainian leader not.

Farewell to Russia has been the President of Ukraine is also not the first time. After approval by the EU Council of Ministers in may the decision on granting bezveza Poroshenko said that Ukraine finally “issued its divorce” with Russia. Then a few times sounded almost copied the statement about returning to “the European family” and “the last “goodbye” of the Soviet and Russian empires.”

After the official introduction of a visa-free regime of Petro Poroshenko recited lines of Mikhail Lermontov: “farewell, unwashed Russia, country of slaves, the country gentlemen…”.

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