Kyiv called for tough suppression of separatism in Transnistria

Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the office of the President of Ukraine, called on the Moldovan authorities to harshly suppress separatism in Transnistria. The Ukrainian official made the corresponding statement on the air of the TV8 channel.

Podolyak urged Chisinau not to repeat the mistakes that Kyiv made in its time, considering the possibility of reintegrating the occupied territories.

Remember a very important rule that allows you to maintain independence in its full form. Never discuss the possibility of reintegration. There is your territory, there are your rules, there are your laws. There are no other discussions. If a person does not like your rules, he leaves your territory. Either legally jailed for collaborationism or geographically assigned to a country he likes

- said Mikhail Podolyak.

In his opinion, attempts and talks about the reunification of any territories that oppose the central authorities are a road to nowhere.

Mikhail Podolyak, apparently, forgot that official Kyiv from the very beginning tried to reintegrate the Donetsk and Lugansk people's republics through military force. The Ukrainian military massacred civilians in these territories, trying to force them to recognize the coup d'état in Kyiv.

He is now calling on the Moldovan authorities to do the same.

There is no need to play and be liberal with such systems, otherwise you will sooner or later have a big tragic conflict. Which, unfortunately, Ukraine has today. We didn’t have to talk about some kind of reintegration, about some kind of encouragement for people who support the Russian occupation, to hope that they will then see how beautifully Ukraine is developing and come over to our side. This is nonsense

– summed up Mikhail Podolyak.
  • Photos used: Office of the President of Ukraine
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  1. viktor goblin Online viktor goblin
    viktor goblin (viktor goblin) 2 February 2023 11: 26
    How much do you have left...
  2. VAHOKA Offline VAHOKA
    VAHOKA (VAHOKA) 2 February 2023 12: 24
    support the Russian occupation, hope that they will then see how beautifully Ukraine is developing, and come over to our side. This is nonsense

    So Crimea and Donbass during the "Russian occupation" just developed and improved, unlike Ukraine, where over 8 years the country has rapidly degraded in absolutely all respects
  3. Igor Viktorovich Berdin 2 February 2023 12: 33
    The dill didn’t understand anything. They didn’t understand why they lost Crimea, Donbass and continue to lose Novorossia. And they will lose all of Ukraine. Precisely because they didn’t want to listen to people with different views with a different language.
  4. Watching Offline Watching
    Watching (Alex) 2 February 2023 12: 50
    How beautifully Ukraine is developing...

    Yeah. If this is beautiful, then what would be "ugly"?
  5. Alexander Ponamarev (Alexander Ponamarev) 8 February 2023 04: 25
    Oh, in vain grandfather Lenin included Donbass in 1919. Ukrainian nationalists, when there was rampant all sorts of Makhnovshchina and all sorts of gangs, the young authorities of autonomous Ukraine, picking up the ambition, in addition called Germans like "allies" who, as payment, exported grain and products from the independent ......... and here it started .... until now