It became known that before the Euromaidan movement, Poroshenko was actively looking for the location of Viktor Yanukovych. He bestowed his rare masterpieces of world painting, trying to buy a high state post.
Former Deputy head of the presidential administration of Ukraine Andriy Portnov has published in a Facebook post, which told about the curious relationship Petro Poroshenko and President Yanukovych before Euromaidan. It turns out that chocolate is a businessman not flown to the birthday of the head of the country, presenting his rare gifts.
"How could I forget that in 2010-2013 Petro Poroshenko, humbly bowing in gratitude and servility, systematically graciously congratulated usurping the power of the former President a happy birthday," wrote Portnov. According to him, today the President of Ukraine in 2012 gave Yanukovych a painting by Ivan Aivazovsky 1851 - "Constantinople at dawn". As we reported, the former head of the administration, in 2007, the price of this painting at Sotheby's was $ 1.8 million.
Portnov stressed that Poroshenko, showing "mastery of bureaucratic flattery and invaluable experience of walking on bent legs", rushed to buy a high state post. For example, the current President of Ukraine wanted to become the mayor of Kiev, or to take a still higher position.
Note that, according to the statement of the Ukrainian correspondents, the former residence of Yanukovych in Mezhyhirya, which became available to all thirsty, actually hanging the masterpieces of world art. Some critics have stated that in the video, filmed the first visitors of the mansion, flashed the work of Pablo Picasso, Hieronymus Bosch and Rembrandt.
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