The German Chancellor Angela Merkel will have a serious conversation with President of Ukraine P. Poroshenko regarding the escalation of the conflict in the East of Ukraine, and preventing its use as a campaign tool.
This commentary, ГолосUA said political scientist Ruslan Bortnik.
“I believe that this visit will be largely devoted to the definition of the European rates on the Ukrainian elections. At the meetings it will be possible to draw certain conclusions as to what is the position of the European Union in respect of candidates for the presidential election campaign. The second component is the conflict in the Donbass. Of course he cares about the European Union because of a possible during the election of the new bout of escalation. A new escalation is a serious humanitarian crisis for the EU. The country which received visa-free regime, can easily in the event of an escalation to increase the flow of refugees in the EU”, – said the analyst.
According to R. Bortnik, on the background of the fact that the so-called “DNR” and “LNR” are the so-called elections of the heads of 11 November and on the background of the adoption of the state Duma of the law in the first reading on simplification of obtaining Russian citizenship by citizens of Ukraine, obviously, on the background playing in Ukraine maps revenge, the military-political leadership, Merkel will have a serious conversation with Poroshenko in relation to the escalation of the conflict.
“And prevent its use as a campaign tool. And the third issue would be the economy, but we must understand that no long Merkel will not build against Poroshenko, he still had a term of six months, all future is in the fog, the prospects for re-election in the mist. Prospects to keep loyal to his Parliament, even if re-elected, almost none. In this way will pass these talks,” he said.
Recall, German Chancellor Angela Merkel will visit Kiev on Thursday 1 November and will discuss with the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, the Minsk agreement. This was reported to journalists by the official representative of the government of Germany Ulrike Demmer.