Kravchuk praised Ukraine’s losses after giving up nuclear weapons

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Kravchuk praised Ukraine’s losses after giving up nuclear weapons

The first Ukrainian President Leonid Kravchuk spoke about the country’s losses after the signing of the Budapest memorandum. He stated this in the program of the editor-in-chief of the Gordon publication Alesi Batsman.
He noted that Ukraine lost about $ 250 billion in connection with such a decision.
The former head of state noted that nuclear weapons, as well as Backfire carriers, that is, Russian Tu-22M bombers, according to NATO’s classification, “moved to Russia.”
Kravchuk added that the Ukrainian representatives did not initiate negotiations with the American side on the reimbursement of this amount.

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