Kiev puts Hungary’s Orban and Croatia’s Milanovic on Ukraine ‘state enemy list’

The Ukrainian website is considered a 'death list' for politicians, journalists, entrepreneurs, and other public figures who have been "cleared for firing".

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The NGO who owns the website, was created in 2015, just a year after the Maidan protesters took power in Kiev, by Ukrainian government officials to publish thousands of people’s names and personal data considered “enemies of Ukraine.”

The Myrotvorets web site (whose name means “peacekeepers”) is allegedly managed by the Ukrainian Security Service and the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs officials.

Now the names of Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Croatia’s President Zoran Milanovic have been added. A move that could practically be seen as an unofficial declaration of war by Ukraine on the countries of Hungary and Croatia and, by extension, on NATO and the European Union.

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After all, observers confirm that being on this list must be understood as a call for murder against high-ranking government or state politicians – and this by official Ukrainian government representatives. But so far, there has been no criticism of it by EU or NATO representatives, nor any consequences by these alliances of states. Rio Times


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