After Russian provocation in Crimea contacts between Poroshenko and Putin are frozen, - Chubarov
According to MP, "Putin's conversation on the alleged sabotage was brutal, arrogant"
After the Russian provocations in Crimea, contacts between the administrations of Ukraine and Russia are frozen. This was stated by MP Refat Chubarov on the air "Channel 5".
"As far as I know, after the beginning of these events, there is no contact between the Russian president and the president of Ukraine. That Putin's conversation on the alleged sabotage was brutal, arrogant. It is clear that our president has rejected all the allegations and said that Russia was looking for a reason to wider sabotage, perhaps more military aggression. Now sources say that the contacts between the administrations of Presidents are frozen. "- Chubarov said.
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