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US Will Back Any Freely Elected Ukrainian President, Says Ambassador

Politics » DIPLOMACY | April 10, 2014, Thursday // 13:29| Views: 916 | Comments: 3
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Bulgaria: US Will Back Any Freely Elected Ukrainian President, Says Ambassador US Ambassador to Kiev, Geoffrey Pyatt. Photo by Day.kiev.ua

The United States will support any freely elected candidate following Ukraine's Presidential Elections on May 25.

The statement came from the US Ambassador to Kiev, Geoffrey Pyatt.

"We support the candidate chosen by the Ukrainian people through a free and fair election", Ambassador Pyatt was quoted by Interfax agency, adding that these will be "the most important elections in the history of independent Ukraine".

The US diplomat stressed the importance of a wide and representative team of international observers to monitor the vote.

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#3
Optimistic - 10 Apr 2014 // 23:13:39

Looking back a few years they said this before on elections in Palesrine and the Palestinians elected HAMAS which they did not recognise.

More US lies.

#2
Yane - 10 Apr 2014 // 21:59:00

Says the coup supporting, ambassador!

#1
US - 10 Apr 2014 // 17:26:05

Sure and Russia will do also.

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