Maria Tobacco. The head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that the Russian Federation is conducting " a campaign to destabilize Ukraine ", which became, in his vision, the cause and the recent death of three employees of law enforcement bodies during the riots in Kiev, and said that he is proud to be the leader of the country who have demonstrated in the face of "Russian aggression" love of country and prepared for the reforms.
"This is a very difficult and risky to be President of this country. If you're not confident of his victory in terms of the reforms that you spend in the changes that you make, It would be impossible to continue. Has the ability to be currently the head of Ukraine Is the most difficult post among all the presidents of the world. It's not easy being the leader of a country that is targeted for aggression from Russia ", - said Poroshenko in an interview with British television channel.
"I am proud that I am the leader of Ukraine and the Ukrainian nation, because this nation in the face of aggression demonstrated a unique love of country, desire to defend the country, maintain stability and reforms ", - said Poroshenko, noting that these reforms will help Ukraine, for example, to implement the agreement on Union with the EU.
The Ukrainian Parliament on the proposal Poroshenko accepted on the first day of the week in the first reading the draft amendments to the Constitution of the country in terms of decentralization. After the vote, the Parliament passed the unrest, the result of the confrontation lost his life 3 the law officer. Explaining the incident, Poroshenko said that this tragedy is one of the results of the " campaign to destabilize Ukraine ", organized by Russia.
He drew attention that the Russian Federation and its leader Vladimir Putin are dangerous not only Ukraine, but also the security of Europe and the world in General.
first of Poroshenko, congratulating fellow citizens with the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second world war, tried to convince the whole world to speak of the "United front" against Russia, which, in the opinion of the Ukrainian authorities, launched an undeclared hybrid war against Kiev.