Deputies of the Verkhovna Rada, known for his aggressive Russophobia, continue the chain of destructive actions that harm the population of Ukraine, said Sergei Zheleznyak. He also hoped that the proposal will not be supported.
MOSCOW, 15 Mar. The draft resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to break off diplomatic relations with Russia is still “a chain of political idiocy,” said Vice-speaker of the state Duma Sergey Zheleznyak.
“The proposal to suspend diplomatic relations with Russia, put forward by the deputies of the Ukrainian Rada, is known for his aggressive Russophobia, continues the chain of political idiocy, which persistently trying to imprint the Ukrainian authorities”, — the Deputy told journalists on Tuesday.
According to Zheleznyak, “a bunch of politicians who are in favor of their masters and accomplices-nationalists are ready to care for the interests and concerns of their own people, trying their destructive actions permanently to deprive citizens of Ukraine of any chance of survival”. He reminded that many Ukrainians “are forced to work in Russia to support their families, because the Ukrainian economy is in collapse”.
“I hope that the remnants of sanity in the heads of other Ukrainian deputies will not support the anti-national and suicidal proposal, as its adoption would significantly advance the inevitable moment of flushing this nationalist froth of the wave of national anger”, — concluded the Vice-speaker.
A group of Ukrainian MPs on Tuesday has registered in Parliament a draft resolution on the termination of diplomatic relations with Russia. The authors of the document deputies Oksana Korchinsky and Yuriy-Bohdan Shukhevych from the Radical party of Oleh Lyashko, a member of the bloc of Petro Poroshenko Oleg Petrenko, and independent Deputy, Euromaidan activist Volodymyr Parasyuk, who fucked 9 March the Russian flag from the building of the Consulate General in Lviv.
Deputies from the parliamentary faction of the Radical party in 2015 has already been initiated for the temporary rupture of diplomatic relations with Russia. Foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin then voted against the initiative. He said that such a step may destroy a negotiation format and will jeopardize the implementation of the Minsk agreements.