Plans of Poroshenko, Tymoshenko, Zelensky on solving Donbas conflict unrealistic, - Medvedchuk

Viktor Medvedchuk, chairman of the Political Party Opposition Platform - For Life
Opposition Platform
During the presidential election campaign, Ukrainians are witnessing the unrealistic plans of Donbas conflict peaceful settlement. This was stated by Viktor Medvedchuk, Chairman of the Political Council of “Opposition Platform – For Life” political party, on the air of 112 Ukraine.
“If you start analyzing the plan, proposed by current president Petro Poroshenko... he, naturally, says there is no alternative to the Minsk agreements... when he agrees that the Minsk agreements should be implemented, and makes a kind of footnote: “on our terms,” then, firstly, it is not clear what is at stake, and, secondly, we can say that he had the opportunity to do it earlier," said Medvedchuk.
At the same time, he stressed that other candidates, such as Yulia Tymoshenko and Volodymyr Zelensky, say something completely different. "They do not recognize the Minsk agreements and believe that these problems should be solved within the framework of the Budapest memorandum... “They say: The format should be changed. The Normandy format, the Minsk agreements mean nothing, we must return to the Budapest memorandum.” This is wrong, moreover, this is unjustified," the politician believes.
Medvedchuk recalled that the Budapest Memorandum is a guarantee of Ukraine's territorial integrity, which was once given by the UK, the United States, and Russia, and later joined by China and France (regarding the non-use of nuclear weapons).
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Earlier, Medvedchuk said that the current government is not interested in returning people from Donbas, because they would never vote for it during the presidential and parliamentary elections.
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