First deputy speaker of Russian Duma Lubov Sliska considers that Russia must not apologize for Holodomor consequences to Ukraine. She told a press conference in Kyiv after the seventh session of the inter-Parliamentary commission on cooperation between the Verkhovna Rada and the Federal Council of the Russian Federation.

Sliska noted that lately “Russia is demanded to apologize for everything and everybody.” According to her, people, who harmed with their political governance not only Ukraine, but other countries as well, “died long time ago and remained in manuals of history and top secret documents only.”

Sliska noted that she personally “had not harmed anybody.” “And I don’t have to apologize for anything,” she added.

In addition, she underscored that the both states must not speculate on Holodomor. Sliska called upon positive and normal relations. According to her, “if Ukraine and Russia continue living with mutual reproaches and apologies, relations will severely worsen.”


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