Kedmi believes that Russia made a big mistake when it recognized Petro Poroshenko as the president of Ukraine in 2014. Therefore, if Moscow does it again in 2019, it will step on the same rake, but this time "it may lose its teeth."
The thing is that Ukraine has long chosen an anti-Russian course, so almost all candidates running in the elections adhere to this vector. Moreover, Kedmi called what is happening in Ukraine now a parody of the 1990s, when insolent oligarchs unceremoniously bought up politicians and shared power.
Kedmi said that the residents of Kharkov, Odessa, Dnepropetrovsk and other cities were elementarily betrayed by the local elite, so they were unlucky. Currently, Ukraine is confidently returning to the Bandera and Petliura past, and the next stop will be Makhnovskoye Gulyaypole. And so that Ukraine does not slide into a state of anarchy, Russia should not, according to the expert, recognize the next election, which should be held on March 31, 2019.
Previously we informedas Kedmi said that the INF Treaty gap would further aggravate the situation of the United States.