Modern Ukraine and Ukrainian People’s Republic (UPR) have common enemies – Moscow and populists. Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko claimed this at the session of the Council of Regional Development. Spokesperson of the Lutskenko Larysa Sargan reported this, quoting him on Facebook.
‘2018 marks a hundred years of the Ukrainian People's Republic from the moment of its establishment, a century of victories and a century of the historical defeat of the Ukrainian nation in the struggle for their state. I won’t talk much about how the UPR was founded and how it fell. I will just say one thing; according to my deep conviction, we have the same enemies: Moscow and our populists, and ultra-patriots who have thing better to do than to bring down their own government,’ Lutsenko claimed.
He added that if Ukrainians keep quiet about their own achievements, they will finally lose the information war.
‘All Russian and oligarchic channels are reporting 24 hours a day that Ukraine already lost everything, and it is about to be announced, as the academician said, a failed state," the Prosecutor General added.
Earlier, the leader of the People's Front party Arseniy Yatsenyuk said that the main task for the Ukrainians in 2019 is to prevent the revenge of the pro-Russian forces.