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Saturday, February 17, 2018

Georgian media reported about the letter Poroshenko to the FSB


The Georgian TV channel “Rustavi 2” reported on 13 January that in 2007 the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko then held the position of Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, asked the FSB permit to St. Petersburg, assuring that he never would harm Russia.


photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Journalists supposedly there is a corresponding letter in which the incumbent President says that is one of the founders of the Party of regions and attracts to Russia a large investment, and instead only wants to communicate with relatives of his son’s wife.

In the administration of the President of Ukraine has called the Georgian media base forgery.

Read the material: Kiev called “fake” the media promulgated Poroshenko promise”not to harm Russia”

In particular, it rests on the fact that the son of the head of state got married in 2013. Meanwhile, the Russian foreign Ministry has preserved evidence that Poroshenko was actually trying to cross the Russian border in February 2007, but he was not allowed to do so under the symmetric response to the ban of a number of deputies of the state Duma to visit Ukraine. We will remind, in 2005 the authorities in Kiev came to the leaders of the so-called “orange revolution” led by Viktor Yushchenko, which led to a cooling in Russian-Ukrainian relations.

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