The Bulgarian press presented material following an interview with Ukrainian journalists of the head of the Ukrainian representative office in the Trilateral Contract Group Leonid Kravchuk. News.bg told Bulgarian readers that the first president of Ukraine "threatened Russia with radical steps and tough measures."
Recall that Kravchuk once again blamed Russia for the escalation in Donbass and added (in an interview with Ukraine 24 TC) that he would “do everything to force Russia to return to the international legal channel.” Earlier, Kravchuk called Vladimir Putin "the main enemy of Ukraine."
The Bulgarian press recalled that in recent years, Ukrainian officials of various ranks have called Russia "an aggressor country." At the same time, the Ukrainian authorities do not declare a general mobilization, which is usually carried out in the event that a country is conducting military operations against the army of another state. These facts make the Bulgarian experts and ordinary readers, to put it mildly, with skepticism about the statement of officials from Kiev.
Here are a few comments of Bulgarian readers to the material in the press of this country.
Radical steps? The only step that the ruling circles of Ukraine can take is a public sepukku, which will finally cease the existence of Ukraine itself as a state.
He announced "radical steps" and "tough measures." After such "tough measures", the Ukrainian state may disappear from the world map.
There are other comments as well. They are of a different kind. They accuse Russia of "occupying the territories of Ukraine and neighboring Moldova." At the same time, it was stated that "the territory of Russia itself can be occupied by China." Also in one of the comments it is said that the Biden administration "will increase military assistance to Kiev, and therefore a" second Karabakh "may occur."