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Poroshenko disturbed at discussion of Ukraine's issue at Trump - Putin meeting

The politician is alarmed by the fact that no one warned Ukrainian authorities neither before the discussion on Ukraine nor after it
21:22, 29 June 2019
Petro Poroshenko, the ex-president of Ukraine
Presidential Administration press office
The fifth president of Ukraine and the leader of the European Solidarity Party, Petro Poroshenko, sees signs of a Russian revenge in that the presidents of the United States and Russia discussed Ukraine at the G 20 Summit without the country's knowledge or participation. The politician said this in Ternopil during the presentation of his political force, according to his Facebook page.

“Violation of “nothing about Ukraine without Ukraine” principle is part of the Russian revenge,” Poroshenko said.
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He recalled that earlier, before any contacts with Moscow, the European and American partners of Ukraine coordinated the position with the Ukrainian authorities, after which they were informed in detail about the results of the meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“... the meeting of the US and Russian presidents at the G20 summit in Japan is the first one when no one called Kyiv. And the lack of a call is a very disturbing sign to all of us, not just the new government,” the ex-president said.

We recall, on June 28, during a meeting on the margins of the G20 summit in Osaka, United States President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin discussed the situation in Ukraine, Syria and Venezuela, as well as the aggravation in relations with Iran.
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