Ukrainian Deputies Demand to Recognise Matteo Salvini as Persona Non Grata for Telling the Truth About Maidan
“Compare it to the fake revolution in Ukraine, which was a pseudo-revolution funded by foreign powers,” stressed the Italian politician in an interview to the Washington Post publication.
“We hope we will be able to convince other governments with democracy and convincing numbers. Vetoes are only a last resort but I am not excluding anything,” stressed the Deputy Prime Minister.
“No, there won’t be any comments, we don’t comment on comments. We have a well-known approach towards the policy for the Russian Federation, which consists of five points,” stressed Schinas.
Міністр внутрішніх справ Італії і глава правої партії "Ліга" Маттео Сальвіні вважає, що Росія законно анексувала український Крим, а революцію в Україні називає "фальшивою".
Вимагаємо від українського МЗС негайної відповідної реакції включно з нотою протесту на адресу уряду Італії та відповідних структур ЄС....
“The reaction of Ukraine must be rigid! Only countries with a firm and invariable position on defending national interests and national dignity are respected in the world. If we leave such statements unpunished, we will lose our country!” wrote Mosiychuk on Facebook.
“Well, that’s all… You won’t be able to see Ukraine anymore, Matteo, like how you can’t see your ears. You won’t be able to visit the city of sin and passion Zhmerynka-City [a joke; Zhmerynka is a small town in Vinnytsia – ed] or to roll on the luxurious beach of Rio-de-Zhytomyr [a joke referencing Rio de Janeiro and Zhytomyr – ed],” it was ironically written on social networks.
“The revolution is a change of owner for the means of production, and in Ukraine the same ones remained, so it is indeed a pseudo-revolution,” considers one user.
“The newly elected authorities of Italy have correct thoughts. However, we will see what they do,” added another user.
“The Deputy Prime Minister of Italy Matteo Salvini stated that the change of power in Ukraine as a result of Euromaidan was a pseudo-revolution that was paid for from abroad. But we know that it was the spontaneous raising of the people at large against the bloody dictatorship of Yanukovych,” joked a commentator.
“It is only left to specify from where abroad and who specifically, we know about Nuland and $5 billion, but who else?” summarised a user on social networks.