The Yalta summit: a break or a deadlock?
It looks like Kyiv managed to relieve the tension around the summit of Central European countries which was supposed to start on May 11 in Yalta.
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#1 May 15, 2012
Just goes to show that Kyiv should not trust the bureaucrats in Brussels... and should preserve its national sovereignty.
Imagine them thinking they somehow have the right to interfere in Ukraine's internal political debate. even worse their interference in the courts there... like in the Tymoshenko case.
Luckily the EU is on its knees already from taking in too many failed economies. Yanukovych should steer clear.
#2 May 15, 2012
That would be a wise approach. However, when has Yanu shown an ability to do the wise an correct thing?
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