19 February 2001 Back in December 2000, when the “Kuchmagate” scandal was starting to break, beleaguered Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma said that the allegations against him and his associates were an “onslaught on the foundations of our statehood, on the stability of Ukrainian society.” He added that it was an attempt “to portray Ukraine … […]

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