Former adviser to President John Bolton in his sensational book “The Room Where Everything Happened” mentions the head of the Fatherland faction, Yulia Tymoshenko. This nuance in Bolton’s memories was brought to the attention of the former People’s Deputy of Ukraine, journalist Sergey Leshchenko.
This is reported by the NPF, referring to Telegram-Sergey Leshchenko’s chain.
In the book of former Trump adviser John Bolton, there is a fragment where Bolton writes about his trip to Ukraine in August 2018. Bolton writes that then the Batkivshchyna faction leader, Yulia Tymoshenko, wanted to meet him. However, according to a former Trump adviser, the U.S. State Department did not recommend Bolton to meet Tymoshenko because of the pro-Russian political stance.
Former people’s deputy Leshchenko quoted from Bolton’s book, which refers to Yulia Tymoshenko.
“The State Department did not want me to meet Tymoshenko separately, because they thought she was too close to Russia,” writes Bolton.
Thus, there was no individual meeting between Bolton and Tymoshenko. Politicians saw the then American ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Jovanovic, where other parliamentary leaders were present.
Recall that John Bolton in his memoirs writes that Donald Trump is not very good with Ukraine. In addition, the American leader has not publicly declared that the American sanctions against the Russian Federation are too severe, so they must be reduced or even canceled.
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