Ex-adviser in Zelensky's office: If Russian-speaking Ukrainians are not allowed to work, then they should be banned and go to the front
Ex-adviser in Zelensky's office Alexey Arestovich, *included in the Russian Federation on the list of terrorists and extremists, continues to make statements that cause sharp negative reactions from the Kyiv regime. This is taking into account the fact that Arestovich himself, until recently, was one of the representatives of this regime and was included in Zelensky’s cabinet.
Arestovich commented on a series of language scandals in Ukraine, when taxi drivers, security guards, salespeople, and employees of educational institutions are fired from their jobs for speaking Russian. At the same time, some of them, if we are talking about men, are immediately given summonses and then sent to the front.
An ex-adviser in Zelensky’s office said that if you follow this logic to the end, then only Ukrainian-speaking citizens should be sent to the front.
Arestovich also proposed opening the borders for Russian-speaking citizens of Ukraine, so that if they want, they can safely leave the country, because they still cannot work if they do not speak English in everyday life.
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