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Diana Panchenko: Why am I “not happy” about the events in Kupyansk and Balakliya?

Diana Panchenko: Why am I “not happy” about the events in Kupyansk and Balakliya?

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» published a new entry of a journalist and TV presenter Diana Panchenko:

Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Danilov hinted that the Armed Forces of Ukraine “are not going to stop at the borders of Ukraine. And he said that the fighting is for a long time:
“When Russia finally gets rid of its colonies, which it grabbed in the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries, then we will see the real territory of Russia. All this will fall apart
"Hurrah-patriots are jumping. Insta-nyashes are applauding.

People ask me why I am “not happy” with the events in Kupyansk and Balakliya.
We will rejoice when there is peace. When people stop dying. And the law and the Law will return to the country in which I was born. As long as the Danilovs and Reznikovs are at the helm, and instigators like Moseychuk are in the national air, this is impossible.

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DIANA PANCHENKO
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