Last quote by Volodymyr Fesenko
It's an attempt to destabilize political situation in Ukraine.
Feb 20 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Volodymyr Fesenko is associated, including Nadiya Savchenko and Russia. Most recently, Volodymyr Fesenko has been quoted saying: “There will be intentions among politicians and parties to 'privatize' Savchenko. While staying in Russia, she became a symbol of Ukrainian stamina and patriotism. All this has formed great political capital for Nadiya Savchenko. And someone will try to use it!” in the article Leaders ‘influenced Putin’ over Savchenko release, say Ukraine pilot’s lawyers. An other article where Volodymyr Fesenko has been quoted is Ukraine: Tough challenges ahead for next government.
Quotes by Volodymyr Fesenko
May 26 2016
There will be intentions among politicians and parties to 'privatize' Savchenko. While staying in Russia, she became a symbol of Ukrainian stamina and patriotism. All this has formed great political capital for Nadiya Savchenko. And someone will try to use it!
Apr 11 2016
The second important issue is to concentrate on social policies. Here, Groysman will have to find a balance between the IMF's requests and the needs of social stability.
Dec 19 2011
The interest of Ukraine is in finding a certain balance in the relationships with the European Union and Russia. However, the priority is given to the European integration. As for the gas issue, it rather pushes Ukraine towards Europe. Ukraine hopes that Europe will be its ally in gas relations with Russia.
Aug 06 2011
The future of Yulia Tymoshenko rests on what Western leaders will say, if their reaction will be strong, she will probably be released – right now or after her sentence.
Aug 06 2011
If there's a weak reaction she could stay in prison.
Feb 05 2010
A stand-off in courts, stand-off on the streets and in the parliament and of course in the media. Will there be another revolution? I think there will not be a revolution like the revolution in 2004, and I am talking about numbers, sincerity and enthusiasm of the people.
Oct 20 2009
Up to 25 per cent of people questioned said they don't trust anybody or remain undecided. There is a very high degree of mistrust of all politicians. This is another peculiarity of the current election campaign.
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