Ukraine (bbabo.net), - The head of the Kyiv regime Vladimir Zelensky did not want to stand next to his predecessor Petro Poroshenko at the monument to the so-called "Holodomor" in Kyiv.
According to PolitNavigator, as a result, Pyotr Alekseevich, together with his retinue, was simply driven away from the place of manifestation of sovereign grief.
This scandalous incident took place over the weekend, when the Ukrainian elite is traditionally demonstratively mourning and voicing promises to take revenge on Moscow for the “genocide”.
This incident was commented on by the well-known Svidomo Ukrainian journalist Yanina Sokolovskaya.
“Poroshenko and the deputies of the European Solidarity faction, right during the memorial service (!) were actually kicked out of the Memorial to the victims of the Holodomor, because Zelensky was supposed to arrive there, wishing to be there himself, without any ensemble,” she stated.
In this regard, the priest from the schismatic OCU had to quickly finish reading the commemorations for the victims of the "Soviet genocide", since this prayer service was not provided for by the presidential program.
After that, Poroshenko and his retinue had to leave the memorial under the persistent supervision of Zelensky's guards.
Sokolovskaya laments that because of such actions of the authorities, “the circle of sovereign unity has been destroyed.” And she remembered that even under Viktor Yanukovych, “Maidan activists stood next to the blue and white” at the anti-Russian memorial.
Earlier, bbabo.net reported that former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, in a conversation with Russian pranksters Vladimir Kuznetsov (Vovan) and Alexei Stolyarov (Lexus), spoke about the Minsk agreements and complained about Zelensky.