The potential people’s Deputy Svyatoslav Vakarchuk angered Ukrainians, spoke out against the plans of President Vladimir Zelensky about war with Russia
The leader of the “Voice” I am sure that Ukrainians can not dramatically change the negotiation format for the settlement of the conflict in the East of Ukraine. He said this on 3 June, the TV channel ICTV.
“The exchange of positions – Yes, reports of the negotiating positions – Yes, phone conversations – Yes, but the change of the official format of negotiations – today is not the time”, – said Vakarchuk.
Social media users ridiculed the words of Svyatoslav Vakarchuk. Many suddenly lost its sympathy to the musician as soon as he decided to go into politics. Judging by the comments, the singer is rapidly losing its fans.
5 years ago he to the referendum called on the Russian language. Video caught my eye. Perhaps you saw this video?
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It is worth noting that earlier Vladimir Zelensky has announced a nationwide poll-a referendum. His team plans to discuss the possibility of peace negotiations with the aggressor country. That is, to change the format of the discussion of the problem and to establish a dialogue with the Russian leadership.
But the Russians themselves is clearly not ready for peace talks. Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev said that he did not see any steps by Ukraine towards reconciliation. According to him, Ukraine has not changed its tough stance even after the coming to power of the new President:
“I have no illusions about the rhetoric of the new government and certain already established trends. While we don’t see anything new. Ultimately it’s all in the hands of a new President, new government. If they want something to do they will do. Statements that are from Kiev, they are very contradictory. It seems like they would like to renew certain processes on the basis of the Minsk agreements. At the same time this is accompanied by a very old, hackneyed rhetoric.”