Zelensky : As reported by the Ukraine 24 TV channel, the former Prosecutor General of Ukraine Volodymyr Lutsenko said that it was inexpedient for Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky to travel to Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The reason for Lutsenko was the incriminating evidence that Putin allegedly has on Zelensky.
“Such a trip means only one thing – the desire to close the incriminating evidence on oneself. The incriminating evidence that Putin and the Russian special services have against Zelensky,” the ex-prosecutor said.
Lutsenko did not specify what incriminating information he was talking about, but hinted that he “knows something.”
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