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Good Russia-Ukraine relations {feasible|achievable|probable} when Donbass, {Crimea problems resolved – {professional|specialist}|Crimea problems resolved {professional|specialist} -}

KIEV, December 23. /TASS/. Ukraine and Russia cannot restore the neighborly relations they {utilized} {to possess} but improvement {can be done} if they {develop a} comprehensive {style of} these relations, {{considering} {the problems} of Donbass and Crimea,|{considering} the presssing {problems} of Donbass and Crimea,} Ruslan Bortnik, director of the Ukrainian Institute of Politics, {thursday told TASS on,} commenting on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s annual news conference.

“Neighborly relations between Russia and Ukraine are possible. Naturally, {much less} good as they {was previously}. {{Nonetheless it} will take {a significant} time for Russia and Ukraine {to discover a} model,|{Nonetheless it} will take {a period} for Russia and Ukraine {to discover a} model quite,} {{which includes} to be a very multi-stage and comprehensive one.|which has {to be always a} very comprehensive and multi-stage one.} <…> {You cannot fix broken glass – {it’ll be} a new relationship,|You cannot fix broken glass – it {will be} a new relationship,} there is no {time for} {days gone by},” he {stated|mentioned}.

{In accordance with} Bortnik, {neighborly relations {between your} two countries {could be} developed only with due account of the Crimea and Donbass factors,|neighborly relations {between your} two countries {could be} developed only with due account of the Donbass and Crimea factors,} and the 2014 developments in Ukraine. “Normal relations are impossible without {at the very least} interim solutions on {both of these} problems,” he stressed.

{After that}, in his words, {normalization {can be done} from {the idea} of view of economic perspectives,|normalization {can be done} from the true {perspective|viewpoint} of economic perspectives,} {{when confronted with} common threats or {considering} the West.|in {the true} face of common threats or {considering} the West.} “Relations may improve also once Russia and the West {acknowledge} new rules of strategic stability, when Ukraine’s role, position, and possibilities {are obvious},” he added.

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Earlier in the,} Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia {really wants to} build good neighborly relations with Ukraine {nonetheless it} is practically impossible {because of the} actions of the Kiev authorities. Putin stressed that Moscow {is preparing to} {use} those forces in Ukraine “{that are} {prepared to} build relations with Russia in a neighborly atmosphere.” {However now}, in his words, such forces {are increasingly being} persecuted in Ukraine.

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