Ukrainian deputies pretended Cossacks and wrote a letter to Putin


Photo: Alexey Goncharenko in Facebook

Deputies of the Verkhovna Rada caught in posted on 1 November, the Russian sanctions list, wrote a letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin. About this in his Facebook said the defendant list, Ukrainian Parliament Deputy Aleksey Goncharenko.

On photos Goncharenko has supplied post MPs posing in the style of the characters of the painting by Ilya Repin “the Cossacks” (also known as “Cossacks writing letter to Turkish Sultan”). “Bicycle not have to invent. Our ancestors Cossacks have set an example for how to negotiate with the enemies at the international level. Of course, much time has passed and the recipient of the message has changed. But the words everything is very clear explain, left,” — said Goncharenko.

In addition to Goncharenko the letter was signed by deputies Vladislav Sevryukov, Oleg Barna, Bogdan Onufryk, Alexander Spivakovsky, Grygoriy Shverk, Refat Chubarov, Igor artyushenko, and Gregory Timis, specifies UNIAN. Later a message was read from the rostrum of the Verkhovna Rada.

On 1 November, Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev signed the decree concerning restrictive measures against 322 of Ukrainian citizens and 68 companies. The document included the judges of the constitutional court of Ukraine, Verkhovna Rada deputies, representatives of big business, government officials, heads of Executive authorities and other representatives of the Ukrainian establishment.

The sanctions include the blocking of non-cash, book-entry securities and property on the territory of Russia, and a ban on the transfer of funds (capital flight) outside of Russia.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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