interviu in presa germana despre criza din Ucraina
''Interview to German TV channel ARD''
''The coup took place in Kiev. A considerable part of the country supported it, and they were happy partly because they believed that after the signing of, say, the Association Agreement there will be open borders, job opportunities, the right to work in the European Union, including in Germany. They thought that it will be like that. In fact, they have nothing of the sort. The other part of the country, the southeast, did not support it and said, "We do not recognise you." And instead of starting a dialogue, instead of explaining to people that the central authorities in Kiev are not going to do anything bad, and on the contrary, they will propose various forms of coexistence and development of a common state, they are ready to grant them their rights, instead of that they begin making arrests at night. Once the night arrests began, people in the southeast took up arms. Once they took up arms, instead of stopping (the authorities should have the wisdom to do that) and starting this dialogue they sent the army, the air force, tanks and multiple rocket launchers. Is this a way to solve problems? And ultimately everything came to a deadlock. Is it possible to get out of it? I am sure that it is possible.''
intre timp Reuters:
''Poroshenko: Ukraine "Ready for Total War"..''
Iar repeti ca un papagal musafirov tot ce spun moskalii...
Ai uitat sa vorbesti de indignarea ucrainenilor cand erau gata sa fie bagati cu forta in uniunea aia venala...pardon, vamala!
Ai uitat sa spui ca NIMENI nu-i asuprea pe etnicii rusi in Ucraina! Ai uitat sa spui ca rusi din Rusia au dirijat toata rebeliunea in Est si abia acum se cauta cozile de topor locale care sa fie puse in vitrina ca marionete ale Rusiei si astfel sa se dea impresia de "afacere interna ucraineana"!
Si in sfarsit, de unde dreaku au aparut peste noapte soldatei verzi in uniforme de camufaj inarmati pana in dinti? De unde tehnica de lupta?