Turchynov: “History taught us the aggressor can’t be pacified”
Secretary of the National Security and Defence Council said this in his congratulatory speech
“History should teach us lessons, like there is no pacification for an aggressor. Creating a conflict in Transnistria, Chechnya, he proceeds to Abkhazia, then Georgia and then he comes to Ukraine. So, it’s up to the civilized world whether we wait for aggressor’s next step or disarm him”, the official said in his address to fellow Ukrainians on the occasion of the Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation in WWII.
According to him, Ukraine has only one way– the way of unity and victory.
“Just like some 70 years ago, today the unbreakable Ukrainians arm themselves and defend sovereignty and territorial integrity of our state. We’ve got one and only way to go, and we’ll walk this way right till the end!”, Turchynov said.
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