|"Markin: Poroshenko will sing the Ukraine anthem, but from the defendant's bench"|
Antifascist Information Agency
Monday May 23, 2016 antifa ⚡
Translated from Russian by Tom Winter, May 24, 2016
Markin: Poroshenko will sing the national anthem of Ukraine in Donetsk, but from the dock
Head of the Russian Federation Investigative Committee Vladimir Markin caustically derided the pathetic words of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko that he would soon be singing the national anthem of Ukraine in Donetsk "amidst the yellow-blue banners." Markin found it necessary to clarify that Poroshenko would be quite capable of singing it -- but only from the dock.
"He'll sing. If only like Nadezhda Savchenko ... from the dock, "- Vladimir Markin wrote in his twitter microblog.
Earlier the President of Ukraine, seeing the national team at the 2016 European Championship in France, was deeply moved, and waxed eloquent, remembering 2012 and the European Championship, which took place in Ukraine. By the way, the same year when in Ukraine they were at the zenith of blaming "the evil Yanukovych gang," and in particular, blaming it for organizing this Championship at the highest level.
Poroshenko clung to the merits of others, confessing that he had before his eyes the European Championship of 2012, when under the yellow and blue flags, they sang the national anthem of Ukraine in the Donetsk stadium.
"We will have every opportunity in the near future to sing the soccer anthem and the Ukrainian anthem in Donetsk," Poroshenko said.
Alas, there has been too much water under the bridge since then, and rivers do not flow backwards, especially when bloody.
Recall that in late March the verdict of the Ukrainian forward observer of the "Aydar" unit Nadezhda Savchenko was announced. She was found guilty of the murder of Russian journalists. At the outcome of her trial, Savchenko was sentenced to 22 years prison, a trial distinguished by the fact that in the most inopportune moments she took to bawling out "patriotic" Ukrainian songs.
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