Klintsevich advised Kiev to learn the ability to compromise the leader of the DPRK

MOSCOW, January 12. /TASS/. The Ukrainian authorities should learn from Kim Jong-UN’s ability to compromise and negotiate. Such opinion the Chairman of Committee of Federation Council on defense and security Frants Klintsevich has expressed in connection with the Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman on the return of the Crimea by Russia with military equipment.

According to the Senator, the current Ukrainian government absolutely does not accept the normal human language. “Answering in this way to a positive proposal of the President of Russia, which opened up real possibilities for the normalization of Russian-Ukrainian relations in other areas, the Kiev regime has once again confirmed its complete inadequacy. We quite rightly harshly criticized North Korea for missile launches. But in the sense of the ability to compromise, to negotiate, North Korea will give 100 points ahead to Kiev. I think that the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko would do well to go to Pyongyang to visit Kim Jong Ynu – to learn,” – said on Friday to reporters Klintsevich.

Earlier, Prime Minister of Ukraine Groisman gave to understand that Kiev is not ready to accept the return of Ukrainian military equipment from Crimea, as suggested by Moscow, and offers together with the fleet to return to the Crimea.

On Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia is ready to return from Crimea to Ukraine of its military equipment, although it is in poor condition. The President also noted that Russia is not opposed to Ukrainian military was present during the disposal of ammunition in the Crimea.

Later commander of the naval forces of Ukraine Igor Voronchenko said that the question of the transfer of Ukraine from the Crimea military equipment it requires “very careful study” and a decision will be made at “the highest political leadership of the state.” In turn, the press Secretary of the foreign Ministry of Ukraine Marian Betz assured that the foreign Ministry “is considering” the issue.