Poroshenko: Maidan-3 is propaganda of Kremlin
President pointed out that “they failed the provocation”
President Petro Poroshenko called the organization of Maidan-3 “Kremlin propaganda”, talking to journalists in Vinnytsya.
“Of course Kremlin wanted the events on Maidan to unfold in a very different way. That is why they already prepared slogans about “Maidan 3.0” or “The Third Maidan”. But they failed this provocation”, - the President said.
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Poroshenko pointed out that, despite objective difficulties and disadvantages, Ukrainians are a reliable nation. “It proves that Maidan and the Revolution of Dignity were carried out by responsible people who strive for reforms and changes in Ukraine in order to approach Europe”, - Poroshenko pointed out.
He also emphasized responsible reaction of society, journalists and social networks to what happened on Maidan on the weekend. “Yesterday it gave me hope that everything is going to be alright. This means that we have become different and the country is changing”, - Poroshenko added.
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