Ukraine"s President, Petro Poroshenko, vows no to do anything against Russia - Courier has received a letter written by the Ukrainian president to the Russian special services, which is dated February 3, 2007.
In another letter delivered by the confidential source to the Courier, Petro Poroshenko takes obligation not to engage in anti-Russian campaign.
The document was a shocking surprise for Ukrainian population and politicians.
Petro Poroshenko`s Russian ties have been talked about in Ukraine for a long time, but this letter of the president of the country that is in war with Russia puts Poroshenko"s pro-European rhetoric under question.
According to the letter , Petro Poroshenko claims to be one of the founders of the Russian FSB-backed party of regions in Ukraine.
Petro Poroshenko has documented that his main interest is the business companies operating in Russia, employment of Russian citizens and paying money to the Russian budget.
For the Ukrainian opposition it is already clear why Petro Poroshenko is a joint candidate of Ukrainian oligarchs and their only choice after Maiden.
The document confirms the fact that Roshen factory, owned by Petro Poroshenko, is still working in the Russian Federation.
Ukrainian journalists have discovered that in 2016 Petro Poroshenko`s factory paid one billion rubles in the Russian budget