Russia responded to the words Kravchuk about "aggressive business" Moscow
Russian politicians responded to the words of the first President of Ukraine Leonid Kravchuk on his way to "stop Russia" and the "aggressive case".
Earlier, the former Ukrainian leader criticized the policy of Europe towards Moscow. He believes that the creation of an international coalition — the only way to "stop Russian aggression".
According to the Chairman of the Federation Council Commission on information policy Alexei Pushkov, Kravchuk, making such statements is probably not aware that the complete isolation of Russia from Western countries is impossible.
"Western countries have introduced against Russia "full political, diplomatic and financial-economic exclusion", because I can't do it. Kravchuk, apparently, do not understand. And why try so hard? For The Sake Of Ukraine? It needs the West against Russia, but not by itself", — wrote Pushkov on Twitter.
With the ex-President of Ukraine did not agree and a member of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs, Senator from Crimea Sergey Tsekov. He stressed that Kiev should not stop Moscow and to establish a relationship with her. The Senator also added that in recent time, Kravchuk said contradictory things — something real, something absolutely absurd.
"Russia must stop and interference in the internal Affairs of Ukraine by Western States. Russia does not need to be stopped, since it is necessary to establish friendly relations," — said Tsekov in an interview with RT.
Kravchuk and earlier made controversial statements about Russia. In particular, in the beginning of the year he made the return of the Crimea and the Donbass under the control of the Kiev authorities. According to him, this will require a special schema, since the Peninsula became "in the system of Russian relations."
In Crimea, said Ukraine's first President and he did not believe his words, but for the inhabitants of these regions to return to a country that "hates their ex citizens", cannot be considered.