domingo, 8 de junho de 2014

Friends of Ukraine advocate the country's integrity

In the presence of dozens of Heads of State and Government, the new President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, said that his country will keep trying to have the Crimea as territory and will not cave in the direction of having broader ties with Europe.

The Declaration was considered a direct message to Russia whose friend, the President of Belarus Aleksandr Lukashenko, attended the inauguration ceremony in Kiev. "The Ukraine should be an entire State and United and be as one. If you ask me about the Crimea â€" you say you must go to the Crimea and negotiate ".

The new President inherits a country with a burgeoning armed conflict in the East. The violence has killed dozens of people on a daily basis and the military presence increases.

The Swiss President, in a sweat towards the OSCE stated:

"I would like to welcome the willingness to find the solution for a ceasefire first, that is what we stand for a long time we understand now that there are more chances for practical results in this direction."

The cities of Donetsk and Luhansk became focuses of tension between Russia and the West.

"We shouldn't be celebrating too, because we're in a situation where everything must be done in order to maintain Ukraine United and strong in the future".

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