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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Saakashvili refused to believe that Poroshenko “pledged allegiance to” Russia

The former Governor of the Odessa region Mikhail Saakashvili commented on the media appearance of dirt on the current President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. Supposedly last more than ten years ago, in writing, promised not to harm the interests of Russia.

Photo press service of the President of Ukraine

On his page in Facebook ex-President of Georgia said that is not a handwriting expert who could compare the handwriting.

However, the stressed Saaakshvili, even Poroshenko is unlikely to have been capable of such stupidity.

“And yet despite the fact that I think prezidentsvo Poroshenko at this stage it is very harmful for the country, I can’t believe he was so stupid as to leave such an official document on cooperation with the FSB,” – said Saakashvili.

However, according to the politician, Poroshenko does maintain informal contacts with the authorities of a “hostile state”. In chastnoti, supposedly it’s about a telephone conversation Poroshenko and Russian President Vladimir Putin on December 29.

Earlier, the Georgian TV channel “Rustavi-2” has published copies of written complaints, according to the FSB, which allegedly was written in 2007. He asks if the security services to admit him to the territory of the Russian Federation, a future President of Ukraine promises that it will not participate in anti-Russian activities.

Read details in the article: “a stab in the back: the West began to publish the dirt on Poroshenko

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