Vice-Premier of Russia Dmitry Rogozin harshly responded to the words of the head of the NSDC of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov about the "betrayal" of Europe and the role of the Soviet Union in world war II.
"Rare NIT at the end of the 80s was the head of the Department of agitation and imposition of the Dnepropetrovsk regional Committee of the Komsomol ", - Rogozin wrote in his own Twitter.
recall, on Tuesday on the Internet office of the Council of national security and defense of Ukraine reported Turchynov about the fact that Europe betrayed Ukraine, having concluded peace with the RSFSR and the USSR in 1921, and the USSR with Nazi Germany unleashed the 2nd world war. So, according to Turchynov, UNR led by Simon Petlyura helped Poland to " protect Europe from the onset of the Russian-Bolshevik troops." In response, as interpreted by the head of the national security Council, " Europe betrayed us, throwing the UPR for the powers of the negotiation process, and concluded a peace, by which our country was torn to pieces." Turchynov also criticized the prosecution of the European leaders of the time in short-sightedness where the "Stalin Empire" together with "Reich of Hitler "" divided between European countries by unleashing the bloodiest wars in the history of mankind ". Again, this is not the first such phrase from Kiev. So, the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in early April stated that Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin together unleashed 2nd world war, trying to split Europe.