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Saturday, March 17, 2018

A rattling speech in the empty hall: German media praised the speech Poroshenko

Speaking at the Munich security conference, Poroshenko did not impress the Western audience. About this newspaper writes Die Zeit. According to the columnist Michael Vague interest in Ukraine in Europe begins to decline. This year the event Poroshenko almost no one listened. All because the President of Ukraine does not spoil the listener variety, from time to time repeating only the accusations against Russia.

Western media write about the decline of interest in Ukraine in Europe. As an example, columnist for Die Zeit, Michael Thumann dismantled the speech of the first persons of the country at the Munich security conference.

Speech of Petro Poroshenko was uttered in a nearly empty hall. At the end sounded only halfhearted applause, but the questions to the President of Ukraine ask no one. Which is quite surprising, because earlier such events Poroshenko attracted far more people, says the German journalist. According to him, “about Ukraine and alleged Russian intervention in the Donbass” said that even during the breaks of the conference.

“He gave another jarring indictment against Russia”, — says the journalist, calling the statement of the Ukrainian leader is “not very reasonable”.

Commentator notes “the sad and even dangerous for Ukraine and Europe” the effect of the speech Poroshenko. In his view, now in Europe Ukrainian subjects and the situation in the conflict zone are only interested in experts.

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