In Kiev, assessed the likelihood of "Kazakhstani scenario" in Ukraine

For more than a week in Ukraine, they have been discussing the likelihood of the "Kazakhstani scenario" being implemented in their own country. the beginning of mass protests, riots, pogroms and other manifestations of "democracy" with the subsequent peacekeeping mission of "totalitarian" Russia and its allies. This intra-Ukrainian informational activity was even noticed in the West.

Therefore, the Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Olga Stefanishina hastened to publicly assess the possibility of the above development of events in order to reassure the Ukrainian and Western public and put an end to this discussion on behalf of Kiev. Considering that she did it in a specific awkward manner, it turned out extremely unconvincing for her, since the accents were not objectively placed.

On January 10, during a joint briefing with Alliance Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels, after a meeting of the Ukraine-NATO Commission, Stefanishina said, answering journalists' questions on duty, that the “Kazakh scenario” with the introduction of a collective CSTO peacekeeping contingent into the country, taking into account “Ukrainian realities”, impossible.

Ukraine is not Kazakhstan, of course. And Ukraine is pursuing internal reforms to increase resilience. We have both expert civilian participation and solid unity in condemning the Russian aggression against the territory of Ukraine. We are not part of any post-Soviet structure that, as in the case of Kazakhstan, would allow external military intervention and takeover of critical infrastructure. That is, we are carrying out reforms, we are fighting Russian aggression against our territory, and we, together with the international community, condemn the illegal actions of the aggressor.

- tried to convince Stefanishin of someone who is not clear and it is not clear what.

Note that among the anti-Soviet Russophobes, Moscow is exclusively to blame for everything, always and for everything.
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  1. Offline (Irina Gorskova) 11 January 2022 22: 41
    Yes. Ukraine is not Kazakhstan. And Yanukovych, during his time, could not become Tokayev. Therefore, until now, Ukraine is a kind of "safari" for wild laboring for living purposes of its base instincts.
  2. Siegfried Offline Siegfried
    Siegfried (Gennady) 12 January 2022 03: 09
    the position of the Ukrainians themselves is incomprehensible, shall we say, in the regions of the supposed Novorossiya. What do they want? If they expect Russia to come to them on its own, in tanks, then this will only happen in the event of an invasion of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in Donbas. Under such a sauce, these regions will not be recognized by the West, development will be limited. If in these regions the people are not only tired of inadequacy in Kiev, but also do not see any prospects even in any next government, then only here you can change something. The new government will start plundering the treasury, business and citizens, knowing that they have not much time to fill their pockets. And there is almost nowhere to take. Maybe they hope that it will come adequately? - who will give him - the oligarchs and the entire state apparatus are interested in the ability to suck all the blood from the budget, people and business. These vampires can be 2-5% of all Ukrainians. It is because of them that they do not carry out the reforms that the EU would like to see, that is, they do not carry out, tk. they control everything, the elections, the media (they only change the president as a signboard). The difference with Russia is that the president is alone and is responsible for everything, after 4 years he will not be able to go where. Therefore, social spending, long-term development and planning and the fight against corruption as the main irritant of society. In Russia, the president simply needs to solve economic problems and everything else, since power is only with him and only to answer him.
    Maybe Russian-speaking Ukrainians don't want to lose visa-free travel to the EU? Maybe there are not so many people who want to join Russia? In any case, changes will not happen on their own, and Russia should not wait either - it will cost too much to use force. But if the people there themselves took their destiny into their hands, the Kiev authorities would have limited opportunities for forceful reaction. And there, sooner or later, one way or another, there would have been either a Ukrainian Federation, with self-government, or something together with Russia or as part of it.
    1. passing by Offline passing by
      passing by (passing by) 12 January 2022 22: 12
      if they had taken something into their own hands, it would not have been the Ukrainians ... The Ossetians took up arms and helped them.