20 September 2017
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Breaking away from Moscow due to Russia's futility – Kravchuk on Ukraine's vector

First president of Ukraine Leonid Kravchuk says Ukraine is breaking away from Russia because Russian future has no prospects, according to an UNIAN correspondent.

Photo from UNIAN
Photo from UNIAN

"We are gradually breaking away from Russia. I think this is important because there are no prospect for us there," Kravchuk told journalists.

At the same time, more and more people start to understand this, he said.

Deputy minister on Volker-Surkov meeting: I believe decision on Donbas has been takenHe also wished that Ukrainians appreciate the holiday of national independence, which will be celebrated on August 24. "Because this is the very first, the biggest national holiday in Ukraine... There are problems, a lot of them -- life, corruption, national problems, poverty – we all see this... But if we look closely, beyond these layers, then we can see how we are changing," Kravchuk said.

Tags: Kravchuk, Ukraine, independence, reform, Russia

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