Verkhovna Rada Deputy Vadim Rabinovich criticized the congratulations of the US Embassy in Kiev on the 30th anniversary of Ukraine’s independence.
The politician called the posted in Instagram a song in Ukrainian a shame. On the video published, the embassy staff sang the song “My friend” by the Kozak System group “in honor of friendship between the people of Ukraine and the United States.”
The ministry’s report stressed that the United States “firmly supports Ukraine, its sovereignty, territorial integrity, democracy and prosperity.”
“Ukrainian corrupt officials have never experienced such humiliation in their lives – for twenty years of occupation, Afghanistan was given three trillion dollars for plunder, and on the 30th anniversary of the occupation of Ukraine, our corrupt Taliban (a movement recognized as terrorist and prohibited in the Russian Federation) sang just a song … This is some kind of shame! ” – wrote Rabinovich in Facebook August 21.
Earlier in the day, Oleksiy Danilov, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) of Ukraine, regarded the sanctions imposed by Russia against him as a gift for the country’s Independence Day.
On August 20, the former head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Pavel Klimkin said that Russia could be “stopped” only with the help of the United States. According to him, Washington failed to cope with its creative activities, having lost “the fight for a new Afghanistan”, and Kiev allegedly already “won in the fight against the Russian Federation.” However, it has not yet been possible to make the Ukrainian country a part of the West, the politician added.
At the same time, State Duma deputy Dmitry Belik noted that Ukraine should not count on US assistance in countering Russia.
On July 12, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that Ukraine was becoming a Western “anti-Russia” project aimed at confrontation with Moscow and inciting hatred towards it. He pointed out that many Ukrainians do not agree with this state of affairs, but they are not allowed to be heard.