- Nestor Schufrich said he would never call Putin a “killer” because one day he would “have to negotiate with him.”
- – Now, at such a difficult moment, it is very sad that our people, all the people who defend our country, are forced to listen to the shameful rhetoric of traitors, said Yuri Butchov.
- Former President Pedro Poroshenko and former Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk were among those killed during the clashes in the studio.
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A fight broke out in the studio of Sawik Szuster’s “Freedom of Speech” show. It is one of the most popular political programs in Ukraine, broadcast by Channel 24. Guests of the Friday edition and others included former President Pedro Poroshenko, former Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk and former head of the Security Council Oleksandr Daniluk.
In a post published online, we see that Nestor Schufrich, a Ukrainian parliamentarian from the pro-Russian opposition base, will never call Putin a “killer” because he will one day “negotiate.” With him “.
It is noteworthy that Shufrych was a strong pro-Russian politician who for many years was a key figure in Ukrainian politics. He was a minister during Viktor Yanukovych’s presidency – and was later sentenced to 13 years in prison for treason. He chairs the Parliamentary Committee on Freedom of Speech. In 2019, his outrage was sparked by his interview with Russian television Rossija 24. He later said, among other things, that the fighting at Donbass was a “civil war.”
Nestor Schufrich is a close ally of Victor Medvetsk, an oligarch, a friend of Vladimir Putin and one of the leaders of the opposition – for life, which President Volodymyr Zhelensky imposed sanctions on him in 2021.
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“It is unfortunate that the people who are defending our country have been forced to listen to the shameful speeches of these two traitors.
Nestor Schufrich defended his pro-Russian views on the agenda on several occasions. Waiting Report by President Joe Biden on Ukraine Yuri Budushov said the plan included “over-given clowns” and “Ukrainian soldiers defending Ukraine ahead of Russian firing.”
“Now, in such a difficult moment, our people, all the people who are defending our country, are compelled to listen to the shameful rhetoric of these two traitors,” Budsov said.
“That’s why, sir,” he added, to the show’s host, “to stop them from talking” because they spread “Russian stories.” He also pointed to Shufrych and Yevhen Murayev, who, according to British media reports, would replace President Zhelensky if they could establish a puppet government in Moscow Kiev.
After a while, Nestor Schufrich spoke again, but the enraged Yuri Budsov got up, went to the MP and punched him in the face, knocking him in the chair next to him.
Schufrich quickly got up and headed for Putusho, then towards the journalist. There was more melee. Many of the other guests on the show decided to separate the fighting men and act.
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