Yatsenyuk: Nobody takes Putin’s Fraud Plans at Face Value

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk 

2014/09/03 • Political News

The Russian President’s “seven points” to resolve the crisis in Ukraine are wonderfully reminiscent of a rescue plan for the Russian terrorists.

This was stated by the Ukrainian Prime Minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, as reported by the press service of the cabinet. “This is yet another “plan” – an attempt to deceive the international community before the NATO summit and an attempt to avoid the EU’s decision to impose new sanctions on Russia,” the head of the Ukrainian government added.

Yatsenyuk considers that Putin’s actual plan is “the destruction of Ukraine and the restoration of the USSR.”

According to the Prime Minister, there is no trust in one single peace plan from the Russian President.

“All previous agreements with Russia, whether in Geneva, Normandy, Berlin and Minsk, were ignored or broken by the Russian regime,” he said.

“The best plan to end Russia’s war against Ukraine has only one point: Russia withdraws its regular army, mercenaries and terrorists from Ukrainian territory. And then there will be peace in Ukraine,” Yatsenyuk added.

“We are waiting for a decision from NATO and the European Union with regard to stopping the aggressor”, he stated.

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  • Donald Casavant

    Yats, I hope you don’t hold your breath while you are waiting for NATO or the EU to make a decision regarding how to stop the “aggressor!” Those SOBs worry more about themselves then they do about Ukraine. If the Ukraine cannot stop the “aggressor” they won’t either!

    • LorCanada

      Although NATO will not put ‘boots on the ground’ for Ukraine (Ukr. has soldiers enough in their own population anyways) they will be assisting in advisory positions. Am not going to predict any further!

    • Michael Couck

      I think that more is going on behind the scenes, that military equipment is being transferred to Ukraine en mass. I wouldn’t even put it past the military in Ukraine, that they have developed a few tactical war heads, and rightly so. EU renaged on the soverign territory agreement, which renders the agreement void. All bets are off.

      • Don Casavant

        You may be correct!

  • Dirk Smith

    Move forward with deeper economic sanctions and arm Ukraine immediately. Time for the adults to take over here……

  • evanlarkspur

    At least France has finally halted the Mistral. That was a huge, symbolic stumbling block against concerted western action. I predict the floodgates against Russia now will begin to open.

    • Arctic_Slicer

      Britain was also in favor of blocking Russia from the SWIFT system notwithstanding Britain’s banking interests.

      • Michael Couck

        Nice, just have to get the Belgians to work with, as Swift is in Belgium. That will be a serious blow for Russia. More than sanctions.

  • evanlarkspur

    Oh, and now that Russia is talking about a nuclear first strike on the US, American opinion will begin to move. Putin is really stupid; he has merely enjoyed the gains of an unprincipled aggressor. But he doesn’t know when to quit. His own momentum is carrying him MUCH to far, and is spurring action where indifference ruled before. We must not stop until Crimea is returned and Russia is forced to pay reparations to Ukraine!

    • Dirk Smith

      Not to mention a visit to the Hague for Putler and Yanukovych.

      • Jacks Channel

        True.

      • Michael Couck

        Indeed. Does anyone know if, when and how this will happen? Certainly with Yanu. Good grief, returning the €70bn will put Ukraine back in the game.

    • Jacks Channel

      Putin is imagining things. He thinks the U.S. and NATO are his enemies, but we are not. This “encirclement” he talks about is all in his mind.

      • Arctic_Slicer

        It’s actually a self-fulfilling prophecy. He has believed he was surrounded by enemies and has turned once friendly nations such as Georgia and Ukraine into enemies and convinced NATO to increase it’s presence in other nations that border Russia.

  • LorCanada

    I like “Yats”, he’s always got the right answer to Putin, very adroit.

    • sandy miller

      LorCanada…I like him too. He has balls. He’s tough and says it like it is.

  • Jacks Channel

    Putin is a liar. He knows that the West has no designs on his country. Its the freedom of choice that the West promotes that has all of these communist countries worried.

    Those people have no choice like we do. They are being controlled, we are not. Any country that has a 1 party system is not for the people, its for the selfish few that control it.

    • LorCanada

      Re: “Any country that has a 1 party system is not for the people, it’s for the selfish few that control it.”
      ———
      Well said!

  • Arctic_Slicer

    I agree. It’s time to treat Putin like the boy who cried wolf.

  • MPK

    You are an ignorant fool. There are hundreds of thousands of ethnic russians in Ukraine who want no part of USSR 2.0 under a corrupt KGB criminal. Yats & many Ukrainians now understand that part of building the Ukrainian state requires a level of patriotism for their country – especially since the criminal Putin has used russian agents & bribery to foment russian separatism in Ukraine. Of course, far right aggressive russian nationalism is widely accepted in russia – however when a Ukrainian holds their flag, they are a “fascist” or neo-Nazi…. As this article states, you can trust nothing from russia as long as the criminal Putin is still their Dictator… and he will be for life, because russians are ignorant sheep….

    • Michel Cloarec

      They (separatists) have been offered talks with special autonomy ! Some sort of federation like Germany or Schweiz. DEAD SILENCE ! Only the noise from guns !
      At that time Girkin was crying because he did not have enough support from locals . He lost Slaviansk , and went down to Donetsk to continue his mess, believing it would be like in Crimea . (that is coming from Girkin himself on video interwiew )
      Point: Greece and Ukraine situations can´t be compared ! because it is not the same geopolitical issue !
      Putin´s war and Girkin´s war were not the same !

      • Michel Cloarec

        No, because they are selective in their news. Remarkable, they always talk about Ukraine as friends. They find they are the same people, with a same history. It’s sound paternalistic as an older brother to his youngster. :-)
        THIS ARE YOUR WORDS ! WHO KILLS HIS BROTHER OR HIS FRIEND ?

        • Luc D.

          Kiev seems to do it in the east…