Проект моста через Дунай, который презентовали Порошенко и премьеру Болгарии Бойко Борисову во время их визита в Одесскую область, оказался банально срисован с фото моста через Амур в российском Хабаровске.
Fake Revealed! Ukraine simply copied a Russian Bridge across Amur in Khabarovsk, Siberia, presenting it as their own design of a bridge across Danube! The project of the new bridge across Danube, which was presented to Poroshenko and PM of Bulgaria Boyko Borisov during their visit to Odessa Oblast turned out to be simply copied from an Amur Bridge in Russian Khabarovsk.
Poroshenko being presented the fake ‘new’ bridge project across the river Danube, Odessa Oblast:
The photoshopped ‘international’ Ukrainian bridge, a direct copy of the REAL Russian bridge across Amur in Khabarovsk Krai, Siberia. This fake bridge is supposed to ‘easily’ connect Ukraine with Romania and multiple countries of the Balkans and E. Europe.
The REAL Russian bridge across Amur, Khabarovsk Krai, Siberia. Completely remodeled in 1999-2009.
No surprise. The major brain drain in
#Ukraine since late 1980s resulted in inability to create anything original. Hence resorting to extremism and Nazism, and the only commodity that sells well: #Russophobia
Do you know what the major problem here is: during the USSR days Ukraine was one of the most, if not the most developed of the Soviet republics! While both Russia and Ukraine went through the turbulent and wild ’90s, in Russia Putin and his team reversed the rampant wholesale lotting of the country by oligarchs and Western interests, while in Ukraine this process never stopped, and accelerated in the 2000s. The rich Soviet heritage carried Ukraine till now, along with subsidies by Russia. But not any more.
Along with Ukraine’s de-industrialization and de-humanization, most of the people with brains, talent, reason, know-how and zest for life, left. There is no one remaining in Ukraine to create anything original, unless and until RUSSIA infuses Ukraine again with the life force.
And seeing what’s happening in and around Ukraine, at this point Russians don’t feel like it.