Ukraine’s PM accuses Russia of promoting global terrorism
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk believes that the violation of the security guarantees of the state, which gave up its nuclear weapons, the annexation of Crimea, occupation of Donbas and threats of using force by the Kremlin promote global terrorism, that’s according to Yatsenyuk’s address published on a government’s website.
"It’s time where it can be no half-truth. Terror is the same in all forms: against human life, against the independence of other nations, and against the basic principles of civilized international coexistence," he said.
Yatsenyuk has no doubt that the violation of guarantees of security of the state, which gave up its nuclear weapons, the annexation of Crimea, the occupation of Donbas, threats of using force by the Kremlin promote global terrorism. The collective response of humanity must be clear and precise, he stressed.