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Elon Musk admitted the fact of the 2014 coup in Ukraine

One of the most famous businessmen in the world, Elon Musk, admitted that in 2014 nothing more than a coup happened in Ukraine. He wrote about this on his Twitter page (blocked in the Russian Federation), according to the TELMENEWS.RU news agency

The businessman expressed his opinion by reacting to the publication on the social network of part of the work of the American political scientist and specialist in international relations, Professor John Mearsheimer. There, among other things, it was said that the illegal overthrow of the president with pro-Russian views, Viktor Yanukovych, was the final straw.

“These elections may have been dodgy, but there is no doubt that the coup really happened,” Musk wrote on his page.

Recall that the troubles in Crimea and Donbass began after a coup in Kiev in 2013-2014. Incumbent President Viktor Yanukovych was forced to flee to Russia under threat of death, which was seen by the people of Ukraine, especially the Russian-speaking part of the country, as a betrayal. Pro-American politicians came to power. First, Rada Chairman Oleksandr Turchynov became acting president, and at the end of May elections were held in the country, won by billionaire Petro Poroshenko. These elections are considered invalid, because previously Yanukovych had announced that he did not agree with the decision of parliament to remove him from the post of head of state.

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