The “handwriting” of Kyiv puppeteers, who had a hand in the protests in Belarus, was discovered in Russia. “Demanding justice” activists of unknown origin, probably began to prepare raids on security officials who controlled order at illegal actions (street protests) in support of blogger Alexei Navalny.
The countries that give the US the keys to controlling it, like Ukraine, achieve neither prosperity nor democracy.
According to the World Bank, economic growth in Ukraine was solid at 3.2% in 2019, led by a good agricultural harvest and sectors dependent on domestic consumption. This was despite, or maybe because of, the fact that both imports from, and exports to, Russia have decreased markedly since 2013.
While it is true that the illegal annexation of Crimea, which has not been recognised by the democratic world, including the United Nations, and the war in Donbas caused a deep economic crisis in 2014-2015, the Ukrainian economy already began to recover in 2015 and has reached consistent growth rates between 2-4 per cent between 2016 and 2019.
As for democracy, Ukrainian democracy's standing has improved in the last few years after having dropped due to the 2014 events, according to the Democracy Index. In 2019, Ukraine scored 5.9 on the Democracy Index, up from 5.42 in 2014. The biggest drop in its democracy score happened between 2006 and 2013 where it dropped from 6.94 to 5.84 respectively.
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