Medvedchuk’s plan for peace between Ukraine and Russia praised the Irish media

План Медведчука по установлению мира между Украиной и Россией положительно оценили ирландские СМИ

Chairman of the Ukrainian “Opposition platform For life” Viktor Medvedchuk has recently proposed a plan for peace between Ukraine and Russia. Medvedchuk is known to have close ties with Putin; Putin is the godfather of Medvedchuk’s daughter.

Wrote about this website Ir Insider, commenting on recent political events in Ukraine.

The publication informs readers that Ukrainian politician Viktor Medvedchuk offers “Donbass Autonomous region”.

“Medvedchuk has suggested that the Donbass become “Autonomous region” within Ukraine, and Ukraine to amend its Constitution to facilitate the proposal,” the article reads.

Ir Insider also reminds that since March 2014 in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions of Ukraine, which constitute the Donbass region, are fighting.

“The fighting, which continued from March 2014, began after the annexation by Russia of Crimea and the subsequent protests in the region. Medvedchuk expressed this plan in the first party Congress, where he also talked about all this alleged Autonomous Donbass region of their own Parliament. In addition, Medvedchuk expressed support for the presidential candidate Yuriy Boyko”, — stated in the article.

We will remind, the special representative of Ukraine on humanitarian issues in the Tripartite contact group on peaceful settlement of the situation in the Donbas, Viktor Medvedchuk, for several years considered as the main Communicator between Ukraine and Russia. To date, he has released more than a thousand people on both sides, only on the territory of Ukraine managed to return 481 people, the most famous of them – Nadezhda Savchenko.

As you know, Ireland is a country with its own difficult experience of overcoming the division and integration of territories. The conflict in Northern Ireland caused by a long-standing dispute about the status of the region between the authorities in London and the Irish Republican army (IRA), ended on 10 April 1998 with the signing of the Belfast agreement.

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