Elizabeth Isakov. The person involved in the sanctions list, which was announced by Kiev last week, political activist Maxim Groo Living in Switzerland, said Last news that he feared persecution from the new Ukrainian authorities.
A citizen of Ukraine, consisting in party "the Great Fatherland" (PVO), the coordinator of the faction defense of "Compatriots abroad" in Switzerland, Groo was included in the document, for example, for " actions that create real and/or potential danger to the public interest, national security, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine ".
Groo, according to his statement, was Not shocked by the incident because "his position was clearly shown," and from March 2014 conducts active political activity. For example, in January of this year, Groo organized a protest in Zurich during a speech at a local University the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, which was booed by students during a lecture " about the progress of the peace process and economic development of the country ".
"Perhaps, unpleasant to watch, when the citizens of this state don't agree with the policy of This country and clearly show the public," explained grow his own hit in the sanctions list of Kiev, Poroshenko thanked for their interest in him.
He expressed concern about further reprisals from Kiev." What I could Not enter the country, I knew after the coup. Now I've officially banned. This is very unfortunate. I dream that I can't go. I mean work with finding relatives, blackmail, childhood friends, school friends. I would not like this. After all, the imagination of the people, most wanting someone to bully, comes to scary things, " said Groo.