On the eve of Avakov spoke about the provocations of Poroshenko
Petro Poroshenko is on the left, Arsen Avakov is on the right. Photo: collage “Today”
Former Interior Minister Arsen Avakov after yesterday big interview on the TV channel “Ukraine 24” goes to people again. Today he will take part in the talk show “Freedom of Speech by Savik Shuster”. The fifth President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko will also be a guest there.
What will Schuster have?
Live on November 5 will discuss:
- Use of the drone and information about the pulling together of troops on the border. Is Ukraine Waging a War with Russia Correctly?
- Large-scale privatization: is the state conducting it honestly? Why was the Bolshevik plant sold at half price and with court cases?
- What’s happening in eastern Ukraine? Should a military escalation be expected? How is today’s Ukraine resisting Russian aggression? NATO or not NATO? Privatization of “Bolshevik”: Great Victory of the State or a Corruption Scheme? Why did not a single foreign investor make it to the auction? And what will the Ukrainians get from the privatization of state-owned enterprises?
Watch today’s program “Freedom of Speech by Savik Shuster” on the “Ukraine 24” TV channel at 21:00:
And what about Avakov and Poroshenko?
Note that on November 4, in the “People against” program with Natasha Vlashchenko on the Ukraine 24 TV channel, the ex-minister criticized both President Volodymyr Zelensky and the fifth President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko.
According to him, the latter very much wanted to control the work of law enforcement agencies and even specially arranged various provocations in order to take control of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. After Vladimir Zelensky came to power, they had a conversation, during which Avakov asked the new president to allow him to work “in a comfortable relationship so that I could create, implement strategies.”
The former minister said that President Zelensky had repeatedly approached him on various issues, asking him for his point of view, and received a negative answer.
“I don’t want to get involved in some of the things that I disagree with. I can say no, and not everyone likes it.”– said Avakov.
Source From: Segodnya