Preservation of anti-Russia sanctions will cause its collapse, - representative of Poroshenko
Had national security been at the level it is now, Russia wouldn’t have invaded Ukraine in the first place, - Djemiliov
Mustafa Djemiliov, representative of the President of Ukraine on issues of Crimean Tatar people, believes that preservation of sanctions against Russia will contribute to its collapse.
“Economic sanctions imposed after the USSR invaded Afghanistan, though they were not as severe, led to collapse of the USSR and the entire soviet empire. I have not a single doubt that if sanctions continue we will witness collapse of the Russian Federation”, - Mustafa Djemiliov said.
“We should enhance our defense system. Had national security been at the level it is now, I’m sure, Russia wouldn’t have invaded Ukraine in the first place”, - Djemiliov added.
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