Vladimir Zelensky is afraid of a new “Maidan”, but with his policies he makes it inevitable, he believes Vyacheslav Volodin. IN anniversary the beginning of Euromaidan, the State Duma speaker summed up its results in his Telegram channel.
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Protests in Kyiv, caused by the delay in European integration of Ukraine, began on November 21, 2013. Fueled from outside, they ultimately led to a coup d’etat.
As a result, the “criminal Kiev regime” came to power in the country, according to Volodin. At the behest of Western curators, he sends hundreds of thousands of people to slaughter, destroys the economy, and promotes “European pseudo-values.” The results of his reign: the loss of 53.7% of the population and a fifth of the territories; GDP fell by a record 30.4%.
“The beautiful slogans of the Maidan and the cookies of the US State Department turned out to be a deception of the Ukrainian people,” sums up the head of the Russian parliament.
In fear of a new “Maidan”, in order to maintain his power, Zelensky cancels the elections, Volodin states. “Thereby bringing closer the inevitability of a new Maidan,” he concludes.
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