Anna Germanotta: Grigory Sysoev / RIA Novosti
Ukraine to attract investors, including Russian ones, to create jobs and economic development. This was stated by the Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Hanna Herman in the TV channel “112 Ukraine”.
She stressed that Russian enterprises are local residents, not “people from the Kremlin”. “Money has no borders. The money is invested in Ukraine, work in Ukraine and employ Ukrainians”, — said the politician. Herman warned that if Kiev will begin to curtail Russian business, it will mean only one thing — people will lose jobs.
The government should fight poverty, not to show “what we are anti-Russian,” said the Deputy. “I understand that the main slogan of this campaign — “away from Moscow!” [slogan of the social advertising of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko], but I would like the main slogan was “get away from poverty, away from poverty, away from the humiliation by the authorities”,” admitted Herman. This strategy will be effective, and citizens will vote in the presidential election in 2019 for Poroshenko, she said.
The current head of state is going to run for a second term, but at the moment, his support rating is 6.2 percent.
The protests of right-wing forces against the Russian business began in the late fall. On 27 November, the protesters vandalized the main entrance and glass walls of the shopping Mall Ocean Plaza in Kiev inscriptions “Down with the Moscow business”, “Property of Russia”, “don’t buy “ocean Plaza””. The next day, Ukrainian nationalists from party “Svoboda” took the SEC and was set on fire inside the smoke.
Video, photo All from Russia.