Kiev called "fake" the promulgated media promise of Poroshenko "not to harm Russia"

The current president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko pledged to the Russian side after he was not allowed to enter the territory of the Russian Federation at the Pulkovo airport in 2007. This was reported by Georgian TV channel Rustavi-2, close to Mikhail Saakashvili, who, as indicated, published photographs of Poroshenko's statements.

In 2007, Poroshenko was a deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. In the statement to the director of the FSB, he asserts that he has nothing to do with the "anti-Russian campaign" of Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko. And even acts in the interests of Russia, attracting large investments in the Roshen plants in the Lipetsk region and Bogdan in the Nizhny Novgorod region.

"I, the citizen of Ukraine, Poroshenko Petro Alekseevich, on September 26, 1965, during my stay in the territory of the Russian Federation undertake to strictly observe Russian legislation, not to take part in activities directed against the interests of the Russian Federation," the text reads.