The conversation that allegedly took place between former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko about the sabotage in Crimea indicates the terrorist nature of Kiev’s policy, Crimean President Sergey Aksyonov wrote on July 9 on his VKontakte page.
The Ukrainian Strana.UA weekly online newspaper made public a transcript of an audio recording, in which persons with voices similar to those of Poroshenko and Biden were discussing sabotage in Crimea in 2016. A person with a voice similar to Biden worried about the failure of Ukrainian security services in Crimea, while a person with a voice similar to Poroshenko assured that this would not happen again as “important measures have been taken to make such situations impossible in the future.” The member of the Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada (Ukrainian Parliament – translator’s note) Andrey Derkach made public this recording.
Considering the published transcript, Aksyonov concluded that the Ukrainian policy has a terrorist nature, which did not depend upon the president’s personality. This explains Kiev’s unwillingness to cooperate with Russia on counter-terrorism issues.
“The published transcript once again confirms what we are constantly talking about: terrorism is a part of the state policy of the Kiev regime regardless of the personalities. And it explains the real reasons for Ukraine’s refusal to cooperate with Russia in the fight against terrorism: a terrorist cannot cooperate with someone who fights him,” Aksenov wrote.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency