Maydannaya reaction to the statement of the President of the Russian Federation that the Russians and Ukrainians are one people
The Ukrainian Maidan public has reacted violently to the statements of the Russian president that the Russians and Ukrainians are one people. During his speech at the Valdai Forum in Sochi, Vladimir Putin once again made the thesis that the Russians and Ukrainians are separate parts of a single people.
I think and believed that Russians and Ukrainians are one people. We have people of extreme views, nationalistic, both in Russia and in Ukraine, but in general, most of them are one people, people are one storiesone culture very close ethnically. We were first divided, and then poisoned, but we are to blame for this ...
The most inadequate part of the Ukrainian public in a fit of rabies began to attack the media and social networks that broadcast the statement of the Russian president in Ukraine.
Here are just a few comments in which individual residents of Ukraine and Russian-speaking residents of Western countries are trying to refute Vladimir Putin’s statement in an absurd way.
User Kill Wadding (Germany):
Russians living in Ukraine and Ukrainians are truly one Ukrainian people. I can not understand what have the Russians?
User Taras Chuprina (Ukraine) (translation):
Ukrainians have their own language - Ukrainian. And in Russia they use adapted Bulgarian. Approximately the same as the Americans use the adapted Bulgarian.
User Fux Fuxer (Ukraine):
Ukrainians and Russians are not one people. Putin is illiterate ...
Even by some of these comments, it can be understood that the president of Russia, saying that we were first divided, and then poisoned, hit the top ten.
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