Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko commented Monday riots in the country’s capital Kiev as an anti-Ukrainian action whose perpetrators must held responsible.
“It was a stab in the back. How else can you describe the events after vote in Verkhovna Rada?” Poroshenko said in a televised statement. “It was an anti-Ukrainian action whose organizers…must be punished severely,” Poroshenko stressed.
At least 100 were injured and a police servicemen was killed in the clashes as a grenade had exploded near the Ukraine’s parliament. More than 30 were detained following the riots.
So, it’s a clear message from a democratic leader of Ukraine. Euromaidan militants suppored by Poroshenko had a right to kill police servicemen because they helped Poroshenko to become the president. Now, Euromaidan militants don’t have a right to do this because Poroshenko is president already.