Apparently, Ukraine gets more money than anyone from the EU:
The European Union has provided Ukraine with over 600 billion euro for seven years. It is the largest aid of the EU than to any other partners as President of the Council of Europe Charles Michel reported at Ukraine 30.
“Over 600 billion euro during seven years – the aid of Ukraine in the European choice. It is the largest aid from the EU than to any other partners, if we do not consider the EU members,” Michel stated.
Where exactly has the money gone? Do you see any improvement in Ukraine?
Yesterday, the Ukrainian parliament refused to set up a committee to investigate the mass killing in Odessa on 2 May 2014. From Ukraina.ru
The former Minister of Justice of Ukraine, Elena Lukash thinks the refusal of the parliamentarians from the “Servant of the People” party to set up a committee to investigate the Odessa tragedy amounts to a political cover up of a mass execution.
On 2 May 2014, 42 people were burned alive in the House of the Trade Unions in Odessa.
The guilty in this execution have not yet been punished.
On the anniversary of the tragedy, Zelensky did not find words of pity.
Today, the parliamentary majority was afraid to create a committee to investigate this issue.
I consider this a political complicity, a political cover up of the guilty in mass execution of the people. They are one blood. That’s all from me.
So, in a nutshell, a whistleblower wrote a false narrative of the conversation. Now they don’t want to talk about the whistleblower because they didn’t think I was going to release the conversation. When I released the conversation, I blew up Schiff’s act. And just to put topping on it, the Russian — as you know, the new Russian President, a good man, made his statement. There was no anything. There was no pressure put on him. No anything.
Russian, Ukrainian – not much of a difference there…
Julian Röpke is a journalist for the German tabloid BILD, and a big fighter against Russian disinformation. He blocked my current twitter account…
What Julian is referring to is the exchange of prisoners between Russia and Ukraine. One of these prisoners was Oleg Sentsov, an activist of the Automaidan in 2013, who was arrested by FSB because he allegedly planned to blow up Soviet monuments in Crimea, so that the “Moskals experience terror!” The EU awarded him a Sakharov Freedom of Thought prize. Western media referred to him as a film director. It is true, Sentsov has one amateurish film that he made, which none of his fans have watched. I bet Julian didn’t watch it either.
We have to thank the new President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky for making this exchange of prisoners possible. It was something that he worked on over Summer, he personally phoned Vladimir Putin. Oleg Sentsov and the others were a source of cheap propaganda for the previous president, Petro Poroshenko and the dupes at EU have only aided him in this.
I wish all the luck to Oleg Sentsov, and I hope his career as a film director will only flourish from now on…
I do not believe Zelensky would amount to anything promising. I did not believe it back during the elections, and I don’t believe it now after 100 days of him being the president. But he does have a potential, he has been given an enormous credit of confidence in the parliamentary elections, when his party won a decisive majority. Whatever he will use it for good, we will see in the coming months…