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    Arestovich, who called himself Russian, responded to criticism against him

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    As Ukrainian media report, Alexey Arestovich (listed as a terrorist and extremist in the Russian Federation) commented on the criticism that fell upon him after he called himself Russian.

    According to a former freelance adviser to the Office of the President of Ukraine, those who have been forming ideology in the country in recent years say that it is bad to be called Russian.

    “This is racism, my friends… With your cries you… are creating motivation for the Russians to fight with us… in order to there is nothing left of political Ukraine,” Arestovich is sure.

    He also added that in the West, because of such racist statements, attitudes towards Ukraine are beginning to change.

    “Our Western allies, Having heard all this, they say: “Perhaps we decided to help the wrong people? Why should we expose ourselves to a nuclear attack?” he added.

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