In February 2014, former Vice-President of the United States Joe Biden during a telephone conversation said the fugitive ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych that his patrons in the Kremlin will not help, it should withdraw its militants. The next day, Yanukovych fled from Ukraine. About this Biden wrote in his memoirs.
The former Vice President called Yanukovych once again in a time when snipers already started killing people on Maidan. “I drew his attention to the fact that he needs to exercise restraint in relations with its citizens, but that night, three months after the start of the protests, I told him that it was over. It’s time to withdraw their fighters, and he left, writes Biden.
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An American politician said that “Yanukovych has lost the confidence of the Ukrainian people and that history will deal harshly with him if he will continue to kill people.”
“Humiliated Yanukovych fled from Ukraine the next day – thanks to the courage and determination of protesters, and the control of the government temporarily in the hands of a young patriot by the name of Arseniy Yatsenyuk,” writes Biden.
Former Prime Minister and current President Petro Poroshenko is about serving a large part of the memoirs of Biden.
In February of this year, the media became aware of the plans of the former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton to release a book – a collection of essays on the theme of the last election campaign.