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Russia regrets that Ukraine broke off diplomatic relations

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Russia regrets that Ukraine broke off diplomatic relations

Moscow, Feb 25 (Prensa Latina) Kiev's decision to break relations with Russia is unfortunate, but the history and wisdom of the Ukrainian people will put everything in its place, Maria Zajarova, spokeswoman for the local Foreign Ministry, declared today.
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“We hope that history will soon put everything in its place and believe in the age-old wisdom of the Ukrainian and Russian peoples, who for centuries inhabited the territory of today’s Ukraine and lived in harmony and mutual respect,” she stressed.

The Russian Foreign Ministry representative expressed her confidence that the family and spiritual ties between the two nations “are stronger than the misanthropic policy of the current puppet government in Kiev.”

She recalled that since 2014, the Ukrainian government has rejected more than 30 interstate and intergovernmental agreements with Russia, including the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Association.

Zajárova denounced that she in the same way rejected countless inter-institutional agreements and more than 60 within the framework of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

She stressed that while Ukrainian diplomats enjoyed the privileges of diplomacy in Russia and had all the conditions to carry out their work, those of the Russian foreign service who worked in Kiev lived under constant threats and siege from nationalists.

“Such cavernous hatred of Russia, of everything Russian, including the language, the culture, our common history with Ukraine, became the calling card of the Kiev regime and the policy they carried out both inside and outside the state.” Zakharova emphasized.

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