The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, demanding to decipher the Minsk agreement on the Donbas, invents ways not to honor them, said the Deputy Director of the CIS Institute Vladimir Zharikhin.
"Of course, the document is not difficult to understand. Not the case, from my point of view, Zelensky want to understand not the plain meaning of the document he wants to understand how it can be avoided, as it can not run, despite the fact that officially not give up in the implementation of this agreement," said Zharikhin RIA Novosti.
The President of Russia Vladimir Putin in the company Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko on Tuesday to take part in the opening of the memorial to Soviet soldiers near Rzhev, reported the press service of the Kremlin.
As reported, Putin invited Lukashenko at a ceremony on 24 June in day of carrying out in Moscow of the Victory parade. A few days later the President of Belarus confirmed its plans to attend the opening of the memorial and in the framework of this visit to hold talks with Putin.
Statements of ex-President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko about Crimea are fakes, but have no real grounds, said the Deputy Director of the CIS Institute Vladimir Zharikhin.
Earlier ex-President of Ukraine said that Kiev is now "a unique chance" to strengthen the solidarity of the international community to "bring back" Crimea, because Russia is allegedly "not able" to provide funding for the Peninsula.
Russian politicians and experts commented on the acquisition by Ukraine of the status of the partner advanced capabilities of NATO.
Earlier, the Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba said about getting a new status. He thanked the Alliance and reminded that Ukraine has filed an application for participation in the program extended features NATO at the beginning of the year.
The appointment of the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, the new Prime Minister and first Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic reflects its desire to "throw" the problems of the Belarusian economy on the previous government ahead of presidential elections and provides new managers with large foreign investors such as China, said RIA Novosti Deputy Director of the CIS Institute Vladimir Zharikhin.
On Thursday, President Lukashenko appointed a new Prime Minister of the Republic Roman Golovchenko, first held the post of Chairman of the State military-industrial Committee. Among his previous positions – the Ambassador of Belarus to UAE. Also Lukashenko has appointed first Vice Prime Minister Nikolai Snopkov, from January of this year held the post of Ambassador to China.