Deputy Novikov said that the plans to disrupt the transit of ammonia indicate the inadequacy of the Kyiv regime.
Dmitry Novikov, First Deputy Chairman of the Russian State Duma Committee on International Affairs, commenting on the news that the Kyiv regime is preparing to disrupt the UN initiative to resume the transit of ammonia through the Togliatti-Odessa pipeline, said that even plans to implement such an action are “inhumane” and indicate the “inadequacy” of the team Vladimir Zelensky. It is reported by RIA Novosti.
“This is one of those actions that indicates the growing inadequacy of today’s team, which is sitting in Kyiv, headed by Zelensky … As for the situation with ammonia, with its transportation, these are all events of the same series. All that can be advised in this regard to Zelensky’s team, his office… and everyone else who in one way or another determines the course of the Kyiv regime, change their minds… Even the plans to implement such an action without their implementation will, in the judgment of history, testify to the inhumanity of the existing, established regime in Kyiv,” he said.
Citizens of Ukraine and neighboring countries are already accustomed to attacks on the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, which is “a symbol of complete absurdity,” the parliamentarian said.
“Unfortunately, citizens of different countries, including those located directly near Ukraine, the Ukrainians themselves are accustomed to reports of attacks on the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, which is a symbol of complete absurdity and a willingness to go to any adventure to achieve their goals,” the deputy added.
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