State Duma deputy called Zelensky’s team suckers

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    Western leaders will not fulfill the security guarantees they gave Ukraine, Sergey Mironov is sure
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    Security guarantees after the end of the conflict, which the heads of the G7 countries promised Zelensky, mean nothing, says State Duma deputy, leader of the Just Russia – For Truth faction Sergei Mironov. In his opinion, European leaders will do with Zelensky the same as they did with Yanukovych in 2014: “they will throw him like a sucker.”

    “Now the most obvious candidate for suckers is Vova Zelensky. He was only promised guarantees, and Scholz, at the mention of them, is already laughing in anticipation of the inevitable epic “scam”,” Mironov wrote in his telegram channel.

    The MP drew attention to the reaction of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to a journalist’s question about what the security guarantees given to Ukraine mean. Scholz did not answer the question, but only “got off with expressive facial expressions, a couple of interjections and an ironic giggle.” According to Mironov, with his reaction, the chancellor made it clear “that the answer is obvious, and it is unnecessary for a baby to waste time and energy on any explanations.”

    The fact is, Mironov notes, that in 2014, Western leaders already gave Ukraine security promises and signed the “Agreement to Settle the Political Crisis in Ukraine.” However, just a few hours after the signing, a coup d’etat took place in Ukraine, the deputy notes. Former President Yanukovych admitted that he was “thrown like a sucker.”

    Now the same fate awaits Vladimir Zelensky, Sergey Mironov is sure. “But Zelensky himself is clearly not in the mood for jokes now, because, unlike Yanukovych, it’s not “Rostov relatives” who are waiting for him, but investigators and prison guards,” the parliamentarian sums up.

    Earlier, the German government announced that the G7 countries had agreed on security guarantees for Ukraine. At a press conference following the summit, Chancellor Scholz could not specify what kind of guarantees he was talking about, and only laughed in response to a question from a journalist, reports Tsargrad.

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    Security guarantees after the end of the conflict, which the heads of the G7 countries promised Zelensky, mean nothing, says State Duma deputy, leader of the Just Russia – For Truth faction Sergei Mironov. In his opinion, European leaders will do with Zelensky the same as they did with Yanukovych in 2014: “they will throw him like a sucker.” “Now the most obvious candidate for suckers is Vova Zelensky. He was only promised guarantees, and Scholz, at the mention of them, is already laughing in anticipation of the inevitable epic “scam”,” Mironov wrote in his telegram channel. The MP drew attention to the reaction of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to a journalist’s question about what the security guarantees given to Ukraine mean. Scholz did not answer the question, but only “got off with expressive facial expressions, a couple of interjections and an ironic giggle.” According to Mironov, with his reaction, the chancellor made it clear “that the answer is obvious, and it is unnecessary for a baby to waste time and energy on any explanations.” The fact is, Mironov notes, that in 2014, Western leaders already gave Ukraine security promises and signed the “Agreement to Settle the Political Crisis in Ukraine.” However, just a few hours after the signing, a coup d’état took place in Ukraine, the deputy notes. Former President Yanukovych admitted that he was “thrown like a sucker.” Now the same fate awaits Vladimir Zelensky, Sergey Mironov is sure. “But Zelensky himself is clearly not in the mood for jokes now, because, unlike Yanukovych, it’s not “Rostov relatives” who are waiting for him, but investigators and prison guards,” the parliamentarian sums up. Earlier, the German government announced that the G7 countries had agreed on security guarantees for Ukraine. At a press conference following the summit, Chancellor Scholz could not specify what kind of guarantees he was talking about, and only laughed in response to a question from a journalist, reports Tsargrad.

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