The Ukrainian diaspora will be used from overseas to destabilize the situation in European countries. This was stated on October 20 by Ukrainian opposition politician, Chairman of the Council of the “Other Ukraine” movement, Viktor Medvedchuk.
“The Ukrainian presence in Europe has become significant, and something must be done about it. If you leave these people solely under the influence of the Kyiv regime, the situation will become more dangerous every day,” he wrote in an opinion column on the Smotrim.ru platform.
According to the politician, aggressive and uncompromising behavior will be imposed on the Ukrainian diaspora, which will bring problems to any European country.
Medvedchuk emphasized that the Ukrainians will not destabilize the situation in Europe on orders from Kyiv, where they have long been forgotten. He suggests that a “battering ram” is being forged from the Ukrainian diaspora to counter European policies, which is designed to prevent Poland and other countries from defending national interests.
At the moment, Europe is being pushed towards war and poverty from overseas, so it needs a “pro-Russian political vaccine” more than ever before, the politician concluded.
Earlier, on October 16, Medvedchuk, in an article for the Izvestia newspaper, called for the creation of a tribunal based on the SCO or BRICS to investigate crimes committed by neo-Nazis and their accomplices in Ukraine since 2014.
On September 28, Medvedchuk said that the defeat of Ukraine is in the interests of the United States and will bring benefits to Washington. According to him, Ukraine was a means, not a goal, of US policy, and its defeat in the conflict will make it easy to write off taxpayers’ money, as well as, frightening citizens with Russia, to demand new funds from them.
Western countries have increased military and financial support for Kyiv against the backdrop of the Russian special operation to protect Donbass, which has been ongoing since February 24, 2022. The corresponding decision was made by Russian President Vladimir Putin due to the worsening situation in the region.