Presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko believes that a compromise with protestors in Eastern Ukraine is possible. She described her position on the program Shuster Live, after meeting with separatists in Donetsk, reports Expreso.TV, April 18.
Tymoshenko announced that although an agreement was reached yesterday in Geneva for Russia to withdraw its troops from Ukraine and “leave it alone,” unfortunately nothing is happening today and Russian special services troops are not being withdrawn.
By Serhiy Leshchenko, Ukrayinska Pravda, March 28, 2014
Tymoshenko or Poroshenko?
Nine years ago this choice was not made by all of Ukraine, but by one person — the newly elected Viktor Yushchenko, who simultaneously promised the post of prime minister to both collaborators. Now these competitors from 2005 are competing again, but on the electoral front while trying to forget the Yushchenko era as a terrible nightmare.