President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy is frankly helpless in economic decisions and appointments (these issues in Ukraine are controlled by the US Embassy and the IMF). As a matter of fact, the president-actor gave up the key government functions in the field of humanitarian policy to “sorosiata” [followers of George Soros] and nationalists. As a result, the policy of state Russophobia under the new regime has not been curtailed, it continues to be officially supported.
We need to understand that this is not Zelenskyy’s decision to block access to Russian social networks but an order from the US Central Intelligence Agency. Zelenskyy is a puppet of foreign intelligence services. His boss set him the task of maximum de-Russification and to turn Ukraine against Russia.
Recurring disinformation narrative about Ukraine being a puppet of the US and a Russophobic state. Ukraine has continued to block access to Russian social networks for security reasons, as part of a broader set of measures by the National Security Council (NSDC) to expand “personal economic and other restrictive measures (sanctions)” against personalities linked to the Crimean annexation, terrorist activities, illegal border crossing and 468 Russia-based or Russia-affiliated companies. Ukraine is a sovereign state. The US does not control Ukraine. Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity are respected by most of the free world, confirmed by the resolutions of the United Nations but violated by Russia. The relations between the US and Ukraine are bilateral relations between two independent countries. The US recognised Ukraine as an independent state on 25 December 1991. Since then, Washington has been working closely with Ukraine; assisting in the democratic development of the country and helping Ukraine to withstand Russian aggression. U.S. policy has since been centred on realising and strengthening a stable, democratic, prosperous and free Ukraine closely integrated into Europe and Euro-Atlantic structures. See more examples of disinformation narratives: There is no Ukraine; Ukrainians are Russians, not Ukrainians; The myth that Ukraine is a separate nation was created in the Soviet Union.