The Kremlin is not monitoring the situation with the return of Petro Poroshenko to Ukraine, said the press secretary of the Russian leader Dmitry Peskov, TASS reports.
According to a Kremlin spokesman, the former leader of Ukraine is one of the opponents of the country’s incumbent President Volodymyr Zelensky.
“In general, now Zelensky’s political opponents are having a hard time in Ukraine. It is obvious. We fix this,” Peskov said.
On Monday, January 17, Petro Poroshenko left the airport in Kiev and went to the courthouse, where he should choose a preventive measure in the case of treason.
The court session is scheduled for 12:00 Moscow time in the Pechersk district court. Poroshenko himself stated that he was not afraid of arrest, because he felt the truth and the support of the people behind him.