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Medvedchuk: Zelensky in his speech addressed to far-right, and not those who wanted peace

Source : 112 Ukraine

MP considers that there are no concrete actions for peace
18:04, 11 December 2019

Viktor Medvedchuk
112 Agency

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky in his speech following the results of the Normandy meeting addressed to the far-right, and not those who wanted peace. The chairman of the political council of the party "Opposition Platform - For Life", MP Viktor Medvedchuk said this on the channel "112 Ukraine".

 "Judging by the behavior of our president Zelensky, this was evident, because if we analyze the press conference following the results of the Normandy meeting, we clearly saw that Zelensky in fact did not say a single word, except for the exchange, regarding the fact that  it was stated in a communique, the contents of which we all learned after the press conference, and all that he said was addressed to far-right who are protesting, and not to those 70% who want peace," - he said.

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“Protests are taking place today, and we recognize this fact, as well as the right of people to hold protests.  But there is a majority, there is a will that was voiced by President Zelensky during the election campaign, after it, during the inaugural speech, when he announced that he would seek a peaceful situation.  Today we see that there is no political will to achieve this goal and there are no concrete actions aimed at a peaceful settlement," - MP added.

As we reported, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky may have ended up "under pressure" from the rest of Normandy Four leaders, as Ukrainian, Russian and French Presidents, and German Chancellor met in Paris on December 9.

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