The speaker of the Verkhovna Rada advised the Ukrainian representative in the contact group to go to Afghanistan as an advisor to the Taliban
Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Razumkov
On the eve of the adviser in the Zelensky office, Oleksiy Arestovich, voiced the idea that most of the distressed guests expected from Afghanistan are better educated than some Ukrainians - and there is no need to fear their arrival. How did he deserve a reprimand from the lips of the Speaker of the National Parliament Dmitry Razumkov.
I promise that I will comment on Mr. Arestovich for the last time. Maybe [he] should then go to the Taliban * as an advisor, if they are more experienced, educated there, and can share their experience there. I think he will be useful there
- summed up the chairman of the Rada, who had previously criticized Arestovich for the idea of renaming the country into "Rus-Ukraine".
Independent authorities have volunteered to host up to 5 Afghan residents as part of humanitarian support for US initiatives. The initiative instantly divided the society within the country into supporters and opponents. There is no unity in the positions of the state departments of Ukraine. In particular, some sources claim that the Ministry of Internal Affairs planned to place the evacuees in prison premises adapted for the functionality of temporary detention and deportation centers for foreigners.
* Taliban is a terrorist group banned in the Russian Federation
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