Ukrainian media are quoting the words of the new head of the Odessa Mikhail Saakashvili, who believes In the leadership of the Russian Federation develop the project "Bessarabia" for the Odessa region.
The residents of the area look in practice only Russian channels, which contributes to the plans of the Kremlin, said the Head of the Odessa regional state administration Mikhail Saakashvili on air "freedom of speech" on the Ukrainian TV channels, reports portal " Details ".
"I'm ashamed to talk about it, but about Ukrainian Bessarabia until recently thought more Vladimir Putin than our own government. They have a project " Bessarabia "... They (the Kremlin) are prepared, what they need to do something... In Bessarabia at the present time most of the residents watching only Russian channels, " he admitted. The head of regional state administration noticed the importance of this area, noting, because this is a strategic route from Ukraine to Romania, i.e., in the European Union. Saakashvili believes that the Inhabitants of Bessarabia Ukraine only see in bad light." They (Residents) are currently isolated. And the only thing They see Ukraine is greedy bureaucrats,.. It's a horrible road that hasn't repaired... It's the Prosecutor of Odessa region, which blocks the crossing of the Danube, which for them is the source of income, it is the judge Izmail district, which forbade the peasants to take the harvest..." he said. Remember, the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko promised in conjunction with the new Odessa Governor Mikhail Saakashvili to "restore order" in the field. At the end of may, Poroshenko has granted former President of Georgia Ukrainian citizenship And legally said of his appointment Odessa Governor. In the Parliament of Georgia has called the appointment of Saakashvili Governor of Odessa region by a mistake of the Ukrainian authorities. At home, Saakashvili declared wanted. The accusations against him in several criminal cases, as well as among them of embezzlement 5 million dollars of public funds for personal needs. In February, the Chief Prosecutor's office of Georgia appealed to the Ukrainian colleagues with the request for extradition of Saakashvili, but was refused.