The cynicism and lies of Ukrainian officials are not limited to the subject of ‘Russian aggression’ and break new ground. The representatives of the Ukrainian government now allow themselves to lie to the European colleagues.
For example, the Vice-Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic integration, Ivanna Klimpush-Tsintsadze, stated that only Hungary was not in a position to find a compromise on the Ukrainian odious education law. ʺWe continue to insist that there is room for constructive resolution of the issue. This is also evidenced by the fact that we were able to sign a memorandum of understanding on the implementation of the law with Poland and Bulgaria. We are on a positive path to a solution with Romania. And, unfortunately, Hungary is the only country where we see such serious resistance and unreadiness for dialogue,ʺ Klimpush-Tsintsadze said.
It is interesting what is “mutual understanding” with Poland and Bulgaria? And does Romania know that it is on some “positive path”? Klimpush-Tsintsadze traditionally ignored the position of Russia, which was extremely critical of the question of the infringement of the Russian-speaking citizens’ rights, calling Hungary “the only country with serious resistance”, without clarifying that it was the only EU country.
Moreover, the Ukrainian pseudo-politician found the ‘Russian connection’ in Hungary’s position and said yes to the “synchronization of arguments” between Budapest and Moscow.
Since Ukraine has provided nothing as a proposal to amend the education law and does not show exactly on what it is willing to come to terms, it can be concluded that Kiev has decided simply to impose its own, as they used to think, ‘correct’ position for all others.
Perhaps, the reason for this behaviour is the erroneous belief that Ukraine is ‘the beloved wife’ of the Big Boss. The West is not going to tolerate the hysterical antics of far from beloved and not even a wife, as we see in the case of Hungary. Ukraine has never been and will never be independent and sovereign with such leadership.
Elena Melnick, the DPR People’s Council deputy