Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in his annual address to parliament today declared that those leaders who allowed Russia to annex Ukraine without a fight must be held accountable. He was obviously talking about former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko who has been shown to be involved in massive corruption along with U.S. then Vice President Joe Biden.
Audio tapes have been released showing Biden colluding with Poroshenko against then candidate Trump in 2016, and working to remove the prosecutor investigating his son, Hunter Biden.
Recent emails discovered on Hunter Biden’s laptop show Joe Biden received dirty money from Hunter’s influence-selling deals.
In an annual address to parliament on October 20, Zelenskiy did not name anyone in particular, but appeared to be taking clear aim at officials who assumed power after mass anti-government protests toppled Russia-friendly President Viktor Yanukovych in late February 2014, reported RFERL.
“Those who gave up on Crimea without a fight must be held responsible,” Zelenskiy said, adding that his government is doing “everything possible” to return Crimea to Ukraine’s control.
“We are building a Ukrainian Army that will be capable of defending Ukraine on the ground, in the sea, in the sky, in cyberspace, so that nobody would have the notion that it is possible to encroach upon our sovereignty, territorial integrity, or take part of Ukrainian territory without a single gunshot,” he added.
“We will start a safe reintegration process after adopting necessary laws and regulations regarding the de-occupation of our territories,” Zelenskiy said.
“As long as Crimea remains occupied, and Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars are subjected to regular persecution there, the world should not forget about Crimea,” he said.
“[They will] visit Donbas, not Turkish resorts, not the Maldives as some did before, but the frontline,” Zelenskiy said in a thinly veiled reference to his predecessor, Petro Poroshenko, who was accused of travelling to the Maldives for rest during the most intensive fighting between Ukrainian armed forces and Russia-backed separatists in Donbas during his presidency.
With the 3rd Presidential Debate scheduled for tomorrow evening in the United States, we wonder if Joe Biden will be held accountable for his and Obama’s actions in Ukraine. We doubt it.
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