Yatsenyuk commented on the statement by trump in the Crimea

Former Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk commented on the statement by us President Donald trump on the closure of Russia’s violence in Ukraine and return Crimea.

“Welcome expressed by the representative of the White House the position of President of the United States Donald trump of Russia’s stopping the violence in Ukraine and the return of the Crimea”, – wrote Yatsenyuk in Facebook.

He noted that this position is an important step in the administration of the President of the United States, which supports Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. According to Yatsenyuk, this statement brought clarity on how trump to the Kremlin’s aggression and a peaceful settlement of the conflict. The former Prime Minister stressed that such actions by Russia should be terminated.

Before the press Secretary of the White house Sean Spicer said the President of the United States Donald trump is expecting that Russia will be engaged in de-escalation in Ukraine and return Crimea. “President trump has made it clear that he expects the Russian government will deal with the de-escalation of violence in Ukraine and return the Crimea”, – said the Spice and noted that trump also wants to be able to get along with Russia, in contrast to the previous administration.

In turn the statement of the trump commented in the Federation Council of the Russian Federation. As stated by the head of the Federation Council Committee on defense and security Viktor Ozerov, the White house statement on the return of Russia occupied Crimea may be due to the desire of the US administration to “mute” the discontent of Americans by President Donald trump because of his allegedly “Pro-Russian” position.

“I think one reason for this statement is the situation that has developed in recent years around trump. It was done to relieve tension, to show that he is not as Pro-Russian as it may seem, to muffle discontent, which is about him in the American establishment,” — said Ozerov and added that the requirement to return occupied Crimea is the “same impracticable as if Russia demanded that the U.S. return to her Alaska”.

Recall that earlier, the White house confirmed the continuation of sanctions against Russia because of the occupation of the Crimea.