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"Pushkin's a slaver". Why Zelensky also became Ukrainization

The party of former President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has threatened mass protests "if the government still goes on about the revanchist Pro-Russian forces and allow an extraordinary session on the language issue". The indignation of the nationalists provoked a little put off Ukrainization of Russian-language schools. In the result, the Verkhovna Rada did not dare to accept this bill. Can we assume that the street shouted down the Parliament and makes Zelensky to do the same as its predecessor — versed RIA Novosti.

Nationalists with the slogan "do Not give to step on the Ukrainian language", "don't like the language — over in Rostov" held a meeting at walls of the Verkhovna Rada. They were indignant because of the document submitted to the Parliament Deputy of the faction "servant of the people" Maxim Buganski.

Balbec assessed the plans of Romania to recognize Russia as a hostile country

Russia does not view Romania as an enemy, Bucharest straining the situation in the Black sea region, mistakenly thinking his Russian foe, told RIA Novosti on Wednesday the Deputy of the state Duma of the Russian Federation of Crimea Ruslan Balbec.

Earlier, the Supreme defence Council of Romania, headed by the President Klaus Iohannis approved a draft national defense strategy of the country in 2020-2024 years, where in the section "threats" mentioned and Russia. In the same project, which was approved by the Supreme Council of defence and submitted for approval to the Parliament, says that this situation could have a negative impact on Romania's security.

The oldest man in the world revealed the secret of longevity

A resident of Bucharest Dumitru Comanescu became the oldest man in the world after the death of 112-year-old Briton Bob Watona, reported the news portal Romania Insider, citing data from the Gerontological research group.

Comanescu 111 years. He was born November 8, 1908, in the municipality of Provita de Jos, near the Romanian capital. In his youth he studied at the mathematical faculty at George tzitzeica, who founded the local school of differential geometry. Comanescu, Dumitru subsequently left science and began to study agriculture. Work in this area he would devote his 70 years of life.