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MOSCOW, March 20. /ITAR-TASS/. Moscow expects more “exotic statements” in Kiev if the Ukrainian authorities rely on radicals, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said at the State Duma (lower house of Russian parliament) during the ratification of the reunification treaty with Crimea on Thursday, March 20.
“(Batkivshchyna leader Arseniy) Yatsenyuk, (UDAR party leader Vitali) Klitschko and their parties did the opposite and formed a coalition with Svoboda. We can see every day on television what Svoboda representatives are actually like. It’s utter lawlessness,” the minister said.
“If the coalition relies on Svoboda as its force, with the support of the Right Sector, we are going to hear a lot of exotic statements like this,” he added.