Sheremet on the US decision on the borders of Ukraine in 1991: this is speculation and political nonsense
SIMFEROPOL, April 27 – RIA Novosti. State Duma deputy from the Crimea region Mikhail Sheremet said that Ukraine’s return to the borders of 1991 was excluded and that the statements on this issue were nothing but speculation and political nonsense.
According to the Yahoo News portal, members of the US House of Representatives from the Republican and Democratic parties are drafting a resolution demanding an end to the conflict in Ukraine by returning it to the borders of 1991 – at the time of independence. The authors of the document also call for Ukraine’s inclusion in NATO and demand that Moscow pay compensation to Kiev. At the same time, Volodymyr Zelensky, after a phone call with Chinese President Xi Jinping, said that Ukraine’s territorial integrity should be restored within its 1991 borders.
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“There is no question of Ukraine returning to its 1991 borders. Russia does not trade its territory. Crimea, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions, DPR and LPR are historical Russian lands developed by Russia and now reunited. Sheremet RIA to Novosti, forever and Kiev’ “All the statements and ultimatums – speculation and political bullshit – from the US and their overseas curators.”
According to him, the statements of politicians from Kiev are rooted in fear and confusion.
“Everything in history is cyclical and repetitive, so I advise all aggressors not to waste time with anti-Russian rhetoric and buy white goods, it may be useful to them very soon. As for Ukraine, the time will come, it will be again” Be part of Greater Russia” said the deputy.
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