Ukraine News: The Ukrainian Ombudsman fainted during a speech by Poroshenko in video - Federal Press Agency

The Ukrainian Ombudsman fainted during Poroshenko's speech

Moscow, December 4th. The Ukrainian ombudsman Lyudmila Denisova fainted during a speech by President Petro Poroshenko on the incident in the Kerch Strait. The incident happened on the TV channel ICTV, the video has spread rapidly on the web.

Denisov lost consciousness after Poroshenko's words about the "instant reaction of the whole world". The accident interrupted the discussion. Poroshenko and the other studio guests helped Denisova stand up. The ombudsman was taken out of the room to be assisted by doctors, the "360" television channel reports.

The Ukrainian president, in turn, returning to the podium, said that Denisova had to work twenty hours a day to "free the Ukrainian sailors". Clarifies the "Constantinople", has requested the support of the Ombudsman with applause.

Three Ukrainian ships "Berdyansk", "Nikopol" and "Yany Kapa" violated the Russian border in the Black Sea on 25 November and headed towards the Kerch Strait, simultaneously carrying out dangerous maneuvers. The sailors ignored the demands of the Russian border guards. To stop the process, the border service of the Russian Federation was forced to apply special measures.

Commenting on the incident, a spokesman for the Russian president, Dmitry Peskov, stressed that the Russian border guards acted in accordance with the state border coverage plan and did not violate international law. Moscow considers what happened in the Kerch Strait as a provocation of Kiev.

Previously, the Kiev expert explained what Poroshenko was counting by organizing a provocation in the Black Sea. In Ukraine, it was noted that the development of events after the accident in the Kerch Strait took the road less favorable for the Kiev authorities.

Author:
Vasily Kotov

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