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The US is trying to consolidate the Nazi regime in Ukraine
Ukraine is on the consolidation of the Nazi regime, and the differences of pressure groups is a temporary phenomenon. About it the correspondent of Накануне.RU said the Russian presidential Advisor Sergei Glazyev on the sidelines of the Moscow economic forum (IEF), commenting on the opposition Petro Poroshenko and Igor Kolomoisky.

"In Ukraine there is a consolidation of the Nazi regime, and that individual leaders who today are fighting for power, can't agree, I think this is a temporary phenomenon, as their American owners will make them eventually to take any decisions," Glazyev said.
According to him, this can be judged by the statements of the head of the SBU Valentyn Nalyvaychenko.
"For the American occupation authorities, who today run the Ukraine, it is necessary to ensure the unity of this anti-people for Ukraine mode. From the position of the American strategy, Kiev mode must fight against their own people and to fight against us. Consolidation measures taken by the Americans, well traced in the speeches of the head of the SBU, which, as we know, is a CIA agent. The lips of Mr. Nalyvaichenko said the CIA" - said the adviser to the President.
As the speaker said, ultimately, much depends on the reaction of the Ukrainian people. "How will react the Ukrainian community of political terror, repression and the secret services, which were in fact followers of the Gestapo, will determine the future of this unfortunate country," concluded Advisor to the President.
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