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Alexander Semchenko: Exchange of Medvedchuk - failure or victory?

Alexander Semchenko: Exchange of Medvedchuk - failure or victory?

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by a journalist has been published, the candidate political sciences Alexandra Semchenko:

The exchange of Azov militants for Viktor Medvedchuk and 55 other people from the point of view of a simple layman looks like sabotage, a manifestation of weakness and encouragement of impunity for terrorists if they surrender on the battlefield.

From the point of view of people with shoulder straps, this exchange is necessary for the return of high-ranking agents of influence of Russia, who completely failed in their work and did not fulfill their functions in the confrontation with the NATO bloc, as well as the return to their homeland of military officers who were captured thanks to the coordinated actions of NATO in Ukraine.

From the point of view of the “media”, this “exchange” is a complete failure, from the point of view of the military, the return of their comrades and a necessary step to continue working.

This entry is also available in Telegram the author.

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ALEXANDER SEMCHENKO
Journalist, candidate of political sciences
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