Source Pravda.Ru

Russian officials seriously doubt legitimacy of their new Ukrainian counterparts

 

Russian officials seriously doubt legitimacy of their new Ukrainian counterparts. 52220.jpeg

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that the legitimacy "of a number of government bodies" in Ukraine was questionable. According to Medvedev, he does not see, with whom Russia could engage in a dialogue.

Previously, the European Union and the United States recognized the resignation of Viktor Yanukovych and the appointment of Alexander Turchinov as acting president.

"Some of our foreign partners think differently. I do not know what constitution they read, but this is some aberration of consciousness, when they call  legitimate the things that are essentially a result of an armed rebellion," Medvedev said.

At the same time, the Prime Minister noted that all agreements signed with Ukraine  including in the gas sector, will be executed accordingly.

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