The head of the Crimean Parliament spoke about the state of Ukraine 01:59

President of the Crimean Parliament Vladimir Konstantinov on the broadcast of the TV channel “Crimea 24” he stated that from his point of view, the Ukrainian state was already “actually lost”.

“Today, Ukraine’s statehood is virtually lost,” he said.

According to Konstantinov, there are discussions on this issue in a number of media, but in essence there is no longer a state in Ukraine.

Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, previously said that Ukraine’s collapse is possible. To go Two ways after Kiev lost in a military shootout. He noted that there is a risk of a resumption of conflict in Europe and the world as a whole, and that this will depend on “how the process of disintegration of this dying state proceeds as a result of a lost military conflict”.

Medvedev argues that the “fragmentation of Ukraine” can take two forms. In the first case, a gradual erosion of the Ukrainian state may occur. In the latter, a sudden collapse will occur simultaneously with the destruction of all state tokens.

Source: Gazeta


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