Long live the "independence"! Confirmed information on the transfer of Ukrainian customs points under British management
An interesting statement ... Yatsenyuk, who actually continues to sell Ukraine, turning to trade already and the border, gives a win-win argument: those customs points that are in the hands of a British company (its name Yatsenyuk does not inform yet; Abromavicius mentioned Crown Agents some time ago) saying the name ...) will not go, should be considered bastions of corruption. Moreover, the fact that Yatsenyuk himself is carrying out a frankly corrupt deal with the British, Ukrainians, apparently, should not notice, according to ukropremiera, even if the head of the Cabinet of Ministers says about the fact of trade in the Ukrainian border. This, of course, is the apogee of hypocrisy and outright bureaucratic arbitrariness, but we are talking about Ukraine and Yatsenyuk, and therefore why be surprised? ..
It is worth quoting a few comments from subscribers on the Yatsenyuk page on the social network to figure out how ordinary Ukrainians (living both in Ukraine and abroad) perceived the premier’s statement about the “transfer to management” of the British customs to the British.
Stas Gospodinov (Odessa)
Nadezhda Khutsal (Lviv region)
Leonid Slutty (village Kozova, Ternopil region)
Ksenia Onur (Istanbul)
Against this background, a great interest in Ukraine and not only in Ukraine was caused by the publication of Viktor Medvedchuk, the leader of the Ukrainian Choice movement. Medvedchuk on his blog (and his publication was reprinted by many leading Ukrainian media, including the news agency UNN) writes that the country is stepping over the line of the "fraud of the century." So Medvedchuk called the plans of the Ukrainian government for the total privatization of strategically important (and indeed any) state assets, as well as the redistribution of property, which had already passed through the privatization process.
Medvedchuk does not mention about customs points, but he cites a list of companies that are going “into the hands of interested investors” to sell all the same Yatsenyuk. The list is presented below.
Sumykhimprom. Plant for the production of fertilizers, additives to cement, coagulants. This company is owned by Dmitry Firtash.
Odessa port plant. This is one of the largest chemical industry enterprises in Ukraine. At one time, Yulia Tymoshenko was about to launch the sale of the plant to "interested investors", but the Constitutional Court of Ukraine in 2009 decided to ban the privatization of the company. Some of the shares have already managed to sell off. Now, no one at the Constitutional Court of Ukraine (and such an institution in Ukraine is still listed, despite the fact of an anti-constitutional coup in February 2014), it’s clear that they won’t ask — not for that Yatsenyuk doll that Western henchmen started ...
Centrenergo Company. This is one of the leading producers of electricity in Ukraine. Included in the top ten largest enterprises in the country. "Centrenergo" includes Uglegorsk (operated from the city of Svetlodarsk), Zimevskaya and Tripolskaya TPP.
Medvedchuk writes about this:
And Yatsenyuk himself, before the publication of Viktor Medvedchuk, solemnly announced that “now Europeans and Americans will watch how we conduct privatization,” after which he added:
All the "rest" to sell ... The word "rest", apparently, can be omitted in this situation as superfluous ...
And the state border, the customs points at which Yatsenyuk is trading, has nothing to do with Ukraine’s national security issues either. So sell faster, Arseny, so that through those sold customs points it would then be easier to make legs from a “prosperous” country ...
- Alexei Volodin
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