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MOSCOW, September 24. /ITAR-TASS/. State Duma Speaker Sergey Naryshkin on Wednesday accused “the Kiev regime’s overseas curators” of being involved in war crimes in Ukraine.
“The world must forget neither about the crimes in Ukraine, nor about the over-compromising stance and tacit involvement in these crime of the Kiev regime’s overseas curators,” he said, opening a meeting of the working group on the analysis of Ukraine’s new legislation.
The recent developments in Ukraine, according to Naryshkin, are “a bitter lesson for the entire international community, even if someone is reluctant to admit it today.” “The confrontation in Ukraine is still there. It is a brutal, bloody confrontation,” he said.
At the same time, he admitted that some positive tendencies, “first of all, the ceasefire regime,” have emerged. “I would like to hope that the fragile peace will serve as a solid basis and a good condition for deescalation, for restoring peace in the territory of brotherly Ukraine,” he stressed.