Ukrainian thoughts on the U.N. resolution vote are described in this article.
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine
Brothers and sisters!
Here is the summary for March 27 (for the summary from the previous day, see Summary of March 26).
The bad news:
1. No one in the Ukrainian Presidential Administration seems to see any threat from Russia point-blank. Today, Serhiy Pashynskiy, Acting Head of the Presidential Administration, came out with a rather confusing speech, the conclusion of which was – all reports about a possible attack on the Ukrainian territory in the next few days are “an information attack” of the Kremlin.
Mr. Pashinskiy believes that anyone talking about the possible invasion are Moscow’s “fifth column.” Based on that, this term should also include me and my colleagues, as well as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine [MFA], the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense, and even the U.S. intelligence
View original post 667 more words