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'Nord Stream 2 is a bad project,' Ukrainian FM tells FRANCE 24

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Exactly seven years ago, Ukraine was convulsed by crisis. Dozens of protesters had been fatally shot by police and the president had reportedly fled the country. The events came to be known as the Euromaidan revolution and they set Ukraine on a bumpy path towards integration with the West. To take a closer look at where Ukraine now stands along this road, Armen Georgian is joined by the country's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, who's a career diplomat and a specialist in strategic communications and digital diplomacy.

Added on the 05/03/2021 19:43:01 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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