A photo of Volodymyr Bondarchuk's father
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Ukrainian government should not 'play games'

Volodymyr Bondarchuk, whose father died in Maidan protests, warned that he "would not recommend the Ukrainian government play games".

He pointed out that many Ukrainians had fought against Russian-backed rebels in the east of the country and as a result "know how to handle a weapon".

He believes that fresh elections would be the best way to fix the current political crisis.

  • 12 Apr 2016
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