Polish expert: Ukraine is not a state, and may disappear


September 17th, 2015 – 

PolitNavigator – translated for Fort Russ by Joaquin Flores – 

Ukraine is not a state, it can disappear in the foreseeable future. This was at a conference in Lugansk, said political scientist from Poland Mateusz Piskorski.

According to him, the republic in the Donbass “struggle against our common enemy – Ukrainian neo-Nazism.”


“Everyone understands what these people were involved with in Ukraine, with Nazis, during the Second World War. Everyone has heard about the Volyn massacre. Here, in the Donbass, you understand, they are victims of Ukrainian Nazism “- said Piskorski.

“Ukraine is not a state. I see there are more signs of a state in LPR and the DPR, than in Ukraine “, – he said.

“I emphasize; there is a territory, but not a real Ukrainian state. I am more than convinced that the lack of economic component provokes various autonomist movements. No one, including the Security Service will not be able to resist … We all know that this is an artificial project. I think we will see the time when we talk about Ukraine as a lesson in history “- summed Piskorski.

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