Schiff Flew Atlantic Council Posse To Kyiv During Impeachment
Seven former U.S. ambassadors to Ukraine, including two who testified against Trump during the impeachment sham, have penned a letter to the Ukrainian government, essentially begging them not to investigate the Biden tapes CDMedia broke earlier this month. Disgraced Ambassador Yovanovich who was fired by President Trump for corruption, and impeachment witness William Taylor signed the statement.
The statement says nothing about the Ukrainian government’s active and verified role for the Clinton campaign against Candidate Trump during the 2016 presidential election.
Seven former US ambassadors to Ukraine said that the publication of films allegedly recorded by Petro Poroshenko and Joseph Biden aims to separate our countries, writes Ukrainian media.
The Ukrainian government opened an investigation into the Biden/Poroshenko tapes last week.
Below is an excerpt from the Atlantic Council statement.
We have worked over the years to build and strengthen the US-Ukrainian strategic partnership established in 1996. We thus are disheartened by efforts to inject Ukraine into America’s domestic politics as the 2020 US presidential election approaches. Those efforts advance a false and toxic narrative, one with no basis in the reality of US-Ukraine relations, in order to weaken the relationship between the United States and Ukraine and sow division within our two countries. That serves neither country’s interests. We strongly condemn these efforts to divide our two countries and call on officials in both to avoid steps that will only erode the bilateral relationship and alienate our countries from one another.
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