Russian deputy/Molotov’s grandson doesn’t guarantee territorial integrity of Ukraine


Vyacheslav Nikonov

June 4th, 2015


Translated by Kristina Rus

Ukraine’s violation of the Minsk agreements in the end will lead to Russia refusing to guarantee the territorial integrity of Ukraine and will be forced to intervene in the conflict.

This was stated on air at the talk show “Politics” by a deputy of the Russian State Duma, Vyacheslav Nikonov, who is a grandson of Molotov, the Russian foreign minister most famous for signing the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact in 1939.

Moreover, the measures that could be taken by the Russian Federation, can be much more serious than military intervention, he said.

“If there are serious full-scale hostilities, Russia will not be able to stay on the sidelines. I do not exclude that if Minsk-2 will be buried, in this case Russia will have a reason to abandon the preamble of the Minsk agreements – the guarantees of Ukraine’s territorial integrity.

And it can be even more serious than military intervention,” warned the politician.

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