MINSK, February 13. /TASS/. Viktor Medvedchuk, leader of the Opposition Platform For Life party, which is outlawed in Ukraine, said on Sunday that he sees no perspectives for signing the third Minsk agreements.
"As for possible Minsk-3, I see categorically no perspectives. Regrettably, the Minsk agreements have sunk into oblivion," he told Belarus’ STV television channel.
According to Medvedchuk, peace settlement in Ukraine "is possible only when several conditions are met." But, in his words, "Ukraine has practically ceased to exist as a state." "It is impossible to say now what can happen and how, whether there will be any peace talks," he stressed.
The Zelensky regime "has armed itself with a policy of neo-Nazism," he said. "The Western ideology, which has been imposed on the Ukrainian people, its authorities since 2005, when [Viktor] Yushchenko came to power, has been fed for all these years by Western money, ideology and democracy, which has led, as we see, to tens of thousands of human deaths, the destruction of Ukraine and the fighting Zelensky continues at the head of criminal authorities, until the last Ukrainian."
These actions, in his words, are evidently geared to create an "anti-Russia." "To create and popularize the policy of anti-Russian hysteria, untamed Russophobia. And it is not easy to destroy it all," he said,
"Today, it is necessary to explode the myth that this neo-Nazism is supported by Ukrainians. It is not supported by those from nine to twelve million Ukrainians who have fled the country. It is not supported by millions staying in Ukraine, who, regrettably, have been driven under the bench, have been intimidates, threatened with repression, criminal prosecution, torture and violence," Medvedchuk stressed.
According to the politician, the Other Ukraine political movement has been set up to tell the world community that many Ukrainians want normalization of relations with Russia. "So that, the voice of other Ukraine is heard in the world and is not represented by Zelensky who is traveling around the globe, using all possible venues with only one goal: to show that the Ukrainian people is allegedly consolidated and he is representing this people," he said.
He noted that "millions of Ukrainians have been forced to flee the country because of the policy of Zelensky’s criminal regime." "Today, it is necessary to consolidate those Ukrainian who are against Zelensky’s criminal policy. We want his criminal regime to sink into oblivion. And it implies enormous work we have begun and will do to break the information space which has misted the thoughts and conscience of the Ukrainians filling it with anti-Russian hysteria," he explained.