quinta-feira, 8 de maio de 2014

"Empty words": Kiev does not believe in Putin's retreat

In an attempt to demonstrate that Kiev has not yet lost his hand in Eastern Ukraine, the interim Prime Minister visited, this Wednesday, the troops fighting the separatists.

Arseny Iatseniuk passed near the towns of Slaviansk and Kramatorsk and, in Kharkiv, considered that the latest statements of Vladimir Putin are "empty words".

In relation to the "fact of Russia have appealed to the postponement of a referendum on May 11, I believe it is necessary to inform the Russian President that there is no referendum planned for that date. "But if the terrorists and separatists supported by Russia received an order to postpone something that does not exist, it is an internal matter for them," said Iatseniuk.

Delicate us war games under way in the former Eastern Europe, the Kremlin seemed to recede after Putin's meeting with the President-in-Office of the Organization for security and cooperation in Europe (OSCE), who was in Moscow.

Putin not only called for the postponement of the referendum in Donetsk, as asserted that Russia withdrew its troops from the border with the Ukraine, something that the United States and NATO say they have no proof yet.

The Kremlin also considered that the "scheduled presidential in Kiev are a step in the right direction. But they won't solve anything if the citizens of Ukraine do not understand how their rights will be protected after the elections ".

This Thursday, await a response from the separatists to Putin's appeal for a postponement of the referendum. However, in Donetsk, continuing preparations for a vote this weekend, which can be split.

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