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 "Much blood to be shed: Ukraine to be dealt with under Georgian scenario," - Russian journalist

Ukraine will be dealt with according to the “Georgian scenario" using the proven concept of the "Kremlin’s political judo."

As reported by Censor.NET, special correspondent for the Komsomolskaya Pravda Dmitry Steshin wrote in his blog.

According to the journalist, as far as the Russian presence in the Middle East strongly irritates almost the entire civilized world, the following players may be involved to distract attention from this issue: "The first one is our younger imaginary friends - our non-brotherly people [Ukraine - ed.], who will be dealt with under "Georgian scenario", according to my source, and then allowed to submit their peace initiatives and proposals beyond the Minsk process, which will already be dead by that time.

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"Much blood - our blood - will be shed. But the territory of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions will be covered with even more blood. This option fits into the proven concept of the "Kremlin's political judo": peace initiatives aimed to reach a consensus with the subsequent refusal of the partners to implement them followed by a blow to the head. The next offer will be not so generous and will be refused as well. The further developments are clear," he wrote.

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Earlier, Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Andrii Parubii expressed opinion that Russian President Vladimir Putin should not be underestimated as his actions were global and his aggression was multifaceted. He said the Kremlin would keep funding both the Russian army and the efforts to destabilize Ukraine from the inside.
 
 
 
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