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Sergey Arbuzov: What is the fault of the citizens of Ukraine?

Sergey Arbuzov: What is the fault of the citizens of Ukraine?

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» published a new entry of an opposition politician, head of the National Bank of Ukraine (2010-2012) Sergei Arbuzov:

What is the difference between "want" and "actually"? Liz Truss, a candidate for prime minister, has said that if she is elected, she is ready to recognize China as a threat to Britain's national security. All this was part of the election program.

After the election of Truss, everyday life came - "we will try to change China's policy and force them to stop violating human rights"

The biggest threat to Ukraine lies in the fact that today’s authorities, even realizing that the promises of the “partners” are a PR move and their own goals, can no longer do anything, since they have lost their independence and can only save their lives by listening to the “senior brothers."

The top of the country is not sorry - they chose their bloody path, but what is the fault of the citizens of Ukraine?

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SERGEY ARBUZOV
Opposition politician, head of the National Bank of Ukraine (2010-2012)
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