Russia completely isolated – Poroshenko

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said he believes that the conflict in eastern Ukraine is more dangerous than ISIS and all that is happening in the Middle East.
He said this in an interview with Germany’s Bild newspaper.
“There are thousands of Russian soldiers, hundreds of tanks and heavy artillery in my country… This is one of the largest armies in the world, which threatens not only us, but also the whole of Europe,” Deutsche Welle quoted Poroshenko as saying.
Poroshenko said that Russian aggression in eastern Ukraine has no military solution and confirmed his readiness for a compromise. He said that “Russia, by contrast, promises one thing and does the opposite the next day.” At the same time, he said, the G20 summit showed that “the whole world has finally realized what is driving Russia.” “Russia is completely isolated,” he said.
If Russian troops are withdrawn and border control is secured, the conflict will be resolved within a few days, Poroshenko said.

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