• Muscovite Ukrainians compared with the natives with glass toys

  • The Governor of the Transcarpathian region Gennady Moskal said that European partners of Ukraine should stop trying to make the country a raw materials appendage. On Friday, November 25, he wrote on his page on Facebook.

    "Let us not be like the natives, whom the colonists for glass toys lured the earth, and prove that we are a European nation that has the ambition and protect the national wealth!" — called Moskal.

    He added that personally he will ask the deputies of the Verkhovna Rada from Transcarpathia not to vote for the abolition of the moratorium on the export of raw wood abroad. "About 600 million euros of aid after six months will be forgotten, and cut down and sold for pennies Carpathians will be a national disgrace for many years", — said the Governor.

    Earlier that day the leader of Radical party Oleg Lyashko said, the visa-free regime is Ukrainians got Ukrainian forest. In his opinion, the country's President, Petro Poroshenko, promised the officials to lift the moratorium on the export of unprocessed logs, "stealing from the Ukrainians their jobs, and the ability to feed their families".

    A day earlier, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker announced about the intention Poroshenko to cancel the moratorium on the export of unprocessed timber in order to fulfil the requirement of the EU to receive the next tranche of macro-financial assistance. "As I understand it, this will be done in the next few weeks that will give us the opportunity to provide the next tranche of 600 million euros," — he said.


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