Home » World » Ukrainian diplomat offered ex-Chancellor of Germany a bet. “Crimea will return to the bosom of mother Ukraine” – URA.RU

Ukrainian diplomat offered ex-Chancellor of Germany a bet. “Crimea will return to the bosom of mother Ukraine” – URA.RU

Crimea., Landscape, southern coast of Crimea, skirt, demerdzhi

Andriy Melnyk is sure that Crimea will soon return to Ukraine Photo: Vladimir Zhabrikov © URA.RU

The Ambassador of Ukraine to Germany Andriy Melnyk proposed to the former chancellor of Germany Gerhard Schroeder to bet on the return of the Crimea. The diplomat believes that this will happen during the life of Schroeder.

Earlier, the former Chancellor of Germany proposed to lift the sanctions against the Russian Federation because of their inefficiency and because of the difficult economic situation due to the coronavirus pandemic. He also expressed the opinion that not a single Russian president will ever give Crimea to Ukraine. The miller in response stated that Crimea “will certainly return to the bosom of mother Ukraine” during the life of Schroeder.

“As for Mr. Schroeder’s shameless thesis that“ no Russian president will ever give Crimea to Ukraine, ”I would like to announce to this 76-year-old ex-politician and Kremlin top lobbyist a kind of bet: even during his lifetime, Crimea will certainly return to the bosom of mother Ukraine. It is as obvious as the fact that the sun rises in the East and sets in the West, ”Melnik said.

Earlier it was reported that Andrei Melnik refused to celebrate the anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War and to participate in the laying of wreaths together with a colleague from Russia. It was assumed that diplomats from Ukraine, Russia and Belarus would lay wreaths at the building on Berlin Schulenburgring Street, where the command headquarters of the Soviet army was located during the war years.

In February, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that Crimea was forever lost to Ukraine. The American politician made recognition in a conversation with activist Emine Dzhaparova during a visit to Kiev on January 30.

Leave a Comment