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SEVASTOPOL, April 05 /ITAR-TASS/. State Duma speaker Sergei Naryshkin said he was hopeful that Ukraine would develop in a civilised way after its current streak of bad luck ended.
Naryshkin met with members of the presidium of Sevastopol’s Legislative Assembly on Saturday, April 5. Acting City Governor Alexei Chaly said “there is nothing anti-Ukrainian in my statements, but there is a protest against the incumbent authorities in Ukraine”.
“Ukrainians are a brotherly people,” Naryshkin picked up the line. “We believe that this streak of bad luck in the life of Ukrainians will end and they will find the strength to restore justice and go along the path of civilised development,” he said.