In Ukraine, New Recordings of Conversations between Poroshenko and Biden Are Published
OREANDA-NEWS. Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Andriy Derkach published another audio recordings of alleged conversations between the country’s ex-president Petro Poroshenko and the former US vice-president Joe Biden. This was reported by the portal Strana.ua.
The first conversation is dated November 16, 2016. During it, Biden talks about the difficulties of transferring cases connected to Ukraine to the new administration of the White House.
From the conversations it follows that Poroshenko asked Biden to support the initiative of visa-free travel with the European Union, which could be paid by the Ukrainian side.
In one of the recordings, Biden compared the current American leader Donald Trump with a dog that runs after a car along the road, then grabs it, but does not understand what to do after it.
In May, Derkach first published recordings of telephone conversations with voices similar to Poroshenko and Biden. As the Ukrainian parliamentarian said, they testify to the “facts of international corruption and treason at the highest state level.” Poroshenko called the recordings fabricated.