Medvedev's accusations against the Ukrainian leadership for pursuing an anti-Russian course indicate that Russia wants to intrude into the presidential election campaign in Ukraine, Vice-President of the European Parliament Marek Siwiec has said, Interfax-Ukraine reported.
"This is the start of Russia's intrusion into the process of elections in Ukraine. Europe can clearly recognize the language of imperial politics," Siwiec said in an interview with Radio Liberty.
When asked which candidate for Ukraine's presidency the Kremlin currently supports, Siwiec noted that Russia is not showing its sympathies as openly as five years ago. To answer this question, one should heed to what Ukraine's presidential hopefuls are saying, the vice-president of the European Parliament has said. He refused to give any particular names, but said that it was obvious.
The European Union currently has no grounds for intruding into the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, but Brussels should closely follow its development, Siwiec concluded.
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