Pushilin says Western leaders cannot be trusted after remarks on Minsk agreements
DONETSK, June 9 – RIA Novosti. Denis Pushilin, acting head of the DPR, in an interview with RIA Novosti expressed the opinion that after the recognition of Western leaders about the true goals of the Minsk agreements, they can no longer be trusted.
“Both (former German Chancellor Angela – ed.) Merkel, (France’s ex-leader Francois – ed.) Hollande and (former British Prime Minister – ed.) Boris Johnson have signed absolutely openly what we’ve been saying for a long time. To a deal with Kiev “It is not possible to reach a conclusion and now we have learned the fact that despite the public statements made by Germany, France and other countries, no one requested it, and even the fact that Germany and France were the guarantors of its implementation. The Minsk agreements, they did not plan it, they used this time,” he said.
He admitted that he was not very surprised by this fact, but that now confidence in Europe has been lost. “Maybe I’m surprised by such a frank statement, they signed it, they can’t be trusted, your words, in this case their signatures, have no value. How can one speak without a basic trust? You get it right now, it would theoretically be possible to agree with them on anything. And they sign there.” and they go to some press conferences. And now where is the guarantee that they will do this? They destroyed the main pillars of international relations, “- said the acting head of the DPR. As Pushilin puts it, European countries have become “puppets by the very nature of their actions” and do much to the detriment of their citizens, but in the interest of the United States.
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