The head of the MIA of Ukraine Arsen Avakov, a speech Thursday in Ivano-Frankivsk, called the stupidity of the claim of the resident on the issue of his public speeches in Russian.
"What's the difference, what language I speak, if you know what I mean ", ? quoted expression Avakov news Agency referring to the UNN.
"Class will be offered only in the Ukrainian language was spoken, As in the present time. The citizens are too stupid, sorry. As fools are Kharkiv. Generally citizens are different. But most importantly ? I speak in Ukrainian, or Russian, ? you know what I mean. But if someone wants to show off, to sue the Minister and thereby be glorified ? let ", - has declared the Minister. Tuesday was declared that a citizen of Lviv Svyatoslav Litinsky has filed a lawsuit against the head of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov during a speech in Russian. In may, a fighter for the purity of the Ukrainian language has made in court the seizure of his passport page in Russian. And in the early winter of 2014 the same citizen of the city through the court found the improper issuance of receipts in Russian PrivatBank and chain restaurant " Puzata Hata ". In November 2014, the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko at the ceremony of Prize named after Taras Shevchenko said that only the Ukrainian language will have the status of a state in the country. He also said that the second requisite for the study of language in Ukraine is obliged to become English, And the " no Russian ". However, the views that the situation of Russian-speaking residents in 2014 has changed for the worse compared with last year, adhere to 89% of Inhabitants of Ukraine. And in the report of the Kiev international Institute of sociology "Socio-political situation in Ukraine: July 2015" it is reported that in order to restore peace in the country, the people of Ukraine agreed to give the Russian language the second state. In July, Poroshenko said that the Donbass there is and will be Ukrainian region, And residents of the region will be besprepjatstvenno speak Ukrainian and Russian languages.