CC BY 4.0 / Portal of the Ukrainian Government. Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine for European and Euro-Atlantic integration Dmitry Kuleba. Archival photoof the Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine for European and Euro-Atlantic integration Dmitry Kuleba commented in his Twitter the words of the speaker of the state Duma Vyacheslav Volodin that nationalism and the oppression of the Kiev small Nations can lead to the collapse of the country, expressing “readiness to take a couple of areas” of Russia.Says Kuleba, Volodin, speaking about the risk of collapse of Ukraine allegedly threatens Kiev. “I have to disappoint you: no one leaves. But willing to take a couple of regions of Russia. To restore historical justice, democratic governance, the implementation of European standards of life”, – wrote the Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister.
02:04В, Ukraine’s foreign Ministry appreciated the words Volodina about the collapse of Stranieri he accompanied his post with a map of resettlement of Ukrainians, which, presumably, was composed by geographer from Lviv Stepan Rudnicki and printed in Austria-Hungary in the midst of the First world war.Earlier Volodin, commenting on the actions of the delegation from Kiev in the UN forum in Geneva disrupted the speech of the Deputy of state Duma Ruslan Balbec, representing the Crimean Tatars, said that such actions are indicative of the intolerance of Ukraine to small Nations that may lead to the exit from the country of a number of regions.Several European countries, including Hungary and Romania, has actively criticized the Ukrainian law on education, which infringes the rights of national minorities. In addition, in July in Ukraine entered into force the law “On ensuring the functioning of Ukrainian as the state language”, which includes its exclusive use in almost all spheres of life.
Yesterday, 21:17Бальбек called Avakov “foam that had been thrown out after the storm”Against the law were made by the Ukrainian opposition, criticized it in Russia. According to the Russian permanent representative to the OSCE Alexander Lukashevich, Ukrainians are de facto divided on speaking in Ukrainian and outcasts, which severely limited opportunities to learn, to heal and to use other social services.Kuleba has repeatedly made dubious statements about Russia and Ukraine. In mid-November, he said that Kiev is in “actual war” with Russia, which may only be terminated after the return of the “occupied territories”, including the Crimea. According to him, Russia “as the state is the enemy of Ukraine”.In addition, the Deputy Prime Minister spoke about the fact that Ukraine allegedly need to stop being part of the “Russian world” and out of political sphere of interests of Russia.