Yatseniuk says what he thinks about Putin’s ‘seven-point plan’

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “seven-point plan” aimed at allegedly resolving the crisis in Ukraine is reminiscent of a rescue plan for Russian terrorists.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk said this on Wednesday, the government portal reported.
“This other ‘plan’ is an attempt to hoodwink the international community ahead of the NATO summit and an attempt to avoid inevitable decisions of the European Union on the introduction of a new wave of sanctions against Russia,” he said, adding that “Putin’s real plan is to destroy Ukraine and restore the Soviet Union.”
Yatseniuk said that there was no trust in any plan of the Russian president.
“All previous agreements approved with Russia – in Geneva, in Normandy, in Berlin, in Minsk – were either ignored or blatantly violated by the Russian regime,” he said.
According to Yatseniuk, the best plan to end the Russian war against Ukraine consists of only one point.
“Russia removes its regular army, mercenaries and terrorists from Ukrainian territory, and then there will be peace in Ukraine,” he said.

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