Ukraine in 2013 was on the path of stable economic growth with the potential to rival Germany. Its GDP, profits, wages and social welfare were all rising. One year later the trend is the opposite.
The mechanics of the 2014 coup d´état, the uninvestigated crimes, the lies and censorship, the economic and social consequences are among many topics highlighted by former Prime Minister Nikolai Azarov, who fled for his life after an assassination attempt during the Washington-sponsored coup.
Azarov has noticed that whenever the Ukrainian economy achieves a positive growth rate, some political turbulence disrupts the progress. The best years for the Ukrainian economy were:
2004 – leading to the Orange Revolution;
2007 – leading to the dissolution of parliament;
2013 – leading to Nuland’s $5 billion coup d´état.