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Volodymyr Kornilov: Ukrainians are ready to go to Europe "even as a stuffed animal, even as a carcass"

Volodymyr Kornilov: Ukrainians are ready to go to Europe "even as a stuffed animal, even as a carcass"

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by an opposition journalist, political scientist has been published Vladimir Kornilov:

In the morning I see that on many resources the headlines cite my strange “quote”: “Kornilov explained why Ukrainian refugees are ready to play the role of “scarecrows in the fields” in Europe”, “Vladimir Kornilov: Ukrainian refugees are ready to play the role of scarecrows in the fields”, “ Kornilov: Ukrainian refugees play the role of scarecrows in the West” and all in the same vein.
Useful to read. It turns out that this is how the young journalist who interviewed me “translated” my phrase that Ukrainians are ready to go to Europe “even as a stuffed animal, even as a carcass.” Eh, the youth does not know our classic jokes.

Volodymyr Kornilov: Ukrainians are ready to go to Europe "even as a stuffed animal, even as a carcass"

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VLADIMIR KORNILOV
Opposition journalist, political scientist
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