The new head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko is configured only Pro-American, But he will have to interact with Russia, believes the head of the Department of the state Duma on international Affairs Alexei Pushkov.
" There is an impression that Poroshenko is fully oriented on the USA, the European Union it is the second most important priority. Its political capabilities It more ties with Washington, " said Pushkov in an interview to the newspaper " Izvestia ".
However, He added that If Europe mostly configured to stabilize the situation in Ukraine, the US is " to transform it into an openly anti-Russian state with the prospect of involvement in NATO ".
" To focus on America Poroshenko motivates and the political class in Ukraine. Currently, there prevailed forces that are in conflict with Russia see an end in itself. Such a conflict helps Kyiv approve national identity, which is formed not from within Ukraine, and As a result of the confrontation with Moscow. Due to this " outer identity " and they have plans to establish itself on the world stage, " said Pushkov.
according to him, " as long as the statements Poroshenko very far from reality ".
" He said, For example, that Kiev would not buy gas from Russia at such high prices, and will take advantage of reverse gas from Europe. But the reverse gas Ukraine will not be enough, and not all countries can afford Such reverse to build. The calculations for this senseless. Poroshenko will have to deal with Russia, " said the Russian MP.
in April 2014 in an interview to the German newspaper Bild Poroshenko said: " If I am elected, I will sell Roshen. As the leader of Ukraine, I Wish and I will worry only about the welfare of the country ". The most vivid phrase of the candidate in presidents of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko -
Peter Poroshenko was born on September 26, 1965, in Bolgrad, Odessa region of Ukraine. In 1989 graduated from the faculty of international relations and international law of Kyiv University named. T. Shevchenko University, majoring in international Economics.