Ukraine’s President-elect Vladimir Zelensky addressed to his countrymen on the anniversary of the Chernobyl tragedy
On his page on Facebook the winner of the presidential election, told about what, in his opinion, Ukrainians were taught an explosion at the reactor of a nuclear power plant.
“The tragedy at Chernobyl has taught us, Ukrainians, a few things. First. The government should always speak frankly with people. It is unacceptable to hide from citizens the truth no matter how bitter it may be,” said Zelensky.
The second important lesson taught our country the tragedy, according to policy, is that, together, people can overcome any sorrow.
“We have no right to forget these lessons, to prevent such in the future. Eternal memory to the victims. I bow to the heroism of the heroes-liquidators,” concluded Zelensky.
Previously, we wrote about the fact that another Minister from the old team decided to cling to the new President, Vladimir Zelensky.
We are talking about the Minister of foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin. He did not rule out the possibility of discussing with the winner of the presidential elections the issue of collaboration, if they match the principles and beliefs. He said this to journalists on Friday in Kiev.
“I have my principles, values and beliefs. If they match, and there’s a common desire, then we’ll talk. But from what we have been doing these five years – and I personally believe that I did, of course, will not retreat,” – said Klimkin.
According to the Minister, the joint work will depend on two things: mutual desires and priorities and ways to achieve them. While Klimkin gave the side of Zelensky the opportunity to comment on the potential meeting.
In addition, Klimkin said that the Ukrainians will not allow Zelensky to move away from the policy of European integration.
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