It is no longer unlikely that countries like Italy or Spain will leave the eurozone (as a result of the selfish European response toward the Coronavirus epidemic). The collapse of the eurozone is the first step towards the collapse of the European Union.
Odesa, Kherson, Mykolaiv and Zaporizhzhya can leave Ukraine. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, in fact, does not rule the country, and “certain forces” are capable of undermining statehood. All of this can lead to radical changes.
No evidence is given. This is part of a recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about alleged Ukrainian disintegration. It is consistent with pro-Kremlin narratives alleging that Ukraine is a degrading state. According to a survey that was conducted In December 2019 by the Democratic Initiatives Foundation, the vast majority of Ukrainians (75%) considers themselves primarily as citizens of Ukraine. Moreover, nationwide identification prevails in all regions of Ukraine: Southern (84%), Central (78%), Western (76%) and Eastern (66%). Nationwide identification increased significantly after 2013 (December 2013 - 54%, December 2014 - 73%). Another study by the European organisation SeeD, which examined Ukrainian society as part of the SCORE project (Social Cohesion and Reconciliation Index - Index of Social Cohesion and Reconciliation), showed that polarisation between Ukrainians has been smoothed out.