The proposal of one of deputies are Glad Russian Ukrainians never to return home ? the standard policy of Kiev, without principles, And moral standards, said 1st Deputy Chairman of the Department of the Federation Council on defense And security Frants Klintsevich.
"The behavior of Vladimir parasiuk ? Deputy is a classic of the genre in Ukraine. Let me remind you that in March, He disgraced himself And the entire Verkhovna Rada, desecrated the Russian flag in Lviv ", ? quotes his words RIA " Novosti ".
He said that now He has made the initiative of the Ukrainians, whose extreme poverty forced to seek work in Russia, never to return home. According to the Senator, according to the present Parasyuk " put on millions of people branded traitors."" One deed is worth another. In Russia, And in any other normal country they would have received unequivocal public assessment ? baseness And abomination, then Parasyuk would forever nerukopozhatym ", ? Klintsevich believes. In Ukraine, He does not descend from TV screens And is considered almost a standard of parliamentary principles." No country, if moral norms don't work", where the Deputy is sure. One of the independent deputies of the Verkhovna Rada Volodymyr Parasyuk has made the initiative of the Ukrainians working in Russia, never to return to Ukraine." I look at things realistically And I Wish to say, we always ask their opinion, due to the fact that " they work there in Russia." They prohibit someone to go there? Yes ride can do with things. And not to come back ", Greg said the MP. Parasyuk also said that his colleagues in the Parliament who oppose the visa regime with Russia are " destabilizing the situation by the agents of Putin." Relations between Ukraine And Russia worsened against the background of the situation in the Donbass. In January 2015, the Parliament of Ukraine at an extraordinary meeting to discuss the deteriorating situation in the Donbass, took the message that Russia is called " an aggressor country ". The message was supported by 271 MP when the required minimum of 226 votes.