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Yatseniuk asks the world not to suffer ‘geopolitical color blindness’ for Russia has already crossed hundreds of red lines

November 12, 2014

Yatseniuk: fighters have already crossed hundreds of red lines

Yatseniuk asks the world not to suffer ‘geopolitical color blindness’ for Russia has already crossed hundreds of red lines

To achieve peace European and world countries have to speak with one voice about actions of Russia concerning Ukraine.

Prime Minister of Ukraine Arsseniy Yatseniuk said this at the meeting of Ministry cabinet on November 12.

He says that Ukraine complies with Minsk agreements, Russia and its controlled terrorists don’t follow the agreement.

‘Waiting for UA Security Council, G20 Summit, OSCE meeting and meeting of corresponding Council of Ministers of EU we want to mention once again that Ukrainian government does everything necessary in compliance with Minsk agreements for de-escalation of the situation’, – said Yatseniuk.

He said: ‘There is a notion of ‘red line’ I international policy. They always say: if they cross the red line we will take additional decisions, we will consider additional sanctions, and we will strengthen pressure’.

‘I wanted to ask the world not to suffer geopolitical color blindness. Not dozens but hundreds of red lines have been crossed. There are thousands of dead because of Russian aggression’, – the Prime Minister declared.

Yatseniuk underlines that Ukraine needs peace. And in order to establish this peace the whole world should speak with one voice as unified, civilized, democratic institution that is fighting for peace in Ukraine and the whole world.

‘We are doing everything we can. We just do not have unlimited powers. Especially when it comes to opposition to nuclear state which is armed to teeth’, – he said.

‘That is why we are waiting and hoping for common and unified position, for real help and support. Including support in financial questions and question of macroeconomic policy’, – the Prime Minister added.

Source: unian.ua


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