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President’s Representative to resign due as authorities sit

President’s Representative to resign due as authorities sit

Tuesday, March, 25, 2014, 10:57

‘UDAR’ National Deputy Serhiy Kunitsyn stated that he will resign from the post of the President’s Permanent Representative in the Crimea. He stated this during the ‘Shuster Live’ broadcast on Monday evening.

‘Today I have decided – I am resigning from the post of the President’s Representative. I am ashamed of all this’, said Kunitsyn. He criticized the lack of action from the Ukrainian authorities concerning the situation in the Crimea, stating that the country has every opportunity to react in a proper way.

They are torturing our men in uniform every day – and we are arranging meetings’, he said. Kunitsyn also stated that he, despite being the President’s Permanent Representative in the Crimea, did not take part in any meeting of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine. ‘I feel shame for being a part of all that, but there is nothing I can do’, he said.

 The original text is on Ukrainska Pravda at http://www.pravda.com.ua/news/2014/03/24/7020174/

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