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Russian officials accept the winner of the comedian in Ukraine



Russia's rulers on Monday called on Volodymyr Zelensky's election, the comedian who succeeded in winning Ukraine's elections on Sunday, while thoughts were open to what the new president meant for five years fighting the region that remains a major flashpoint between Moscow and Western countries.

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On Sunday's vote, Zelensky was thrilled to beat the current president of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, who took 73 percent of the vote almost ending the count on Monday night.

Zelensky, who has no political experience and plays a man who accidentally became president of a television show, earned a huge reservoir of dissatisfaction with the Ukrainians in their political establishment, which was compelling to root out corruption and harmonize the country's politics.

  PHOTO: Ukraine's presidential candidate Volodymyr Zelenskiy responds following the announcement of the first election in a presidential election at his campaign headquarters in Kiev, Ukraine April 21, 2019. REUTERS / Valentyn Ogirenko [19659006] Valentyn Ogirenko / Reuters </span>
</picture></div><figcaption><span class= Volodymyr Zelenskiy's reaction follows the announcement of the first election election in a presidential election at its campaign headquarters in Kiev, Ukraine April 21, 2019. REUTERS / Valentyn Ogirenko [19659008] On Monday, Russian officials expressed satisfaction at Poroshenko's defeat and some hopes about Zelensky. In a landmark that Moscow expects to make it easy to handle Poroshenko, Russia's prime minister, Dmitry Medvedev, greets Zelensky for his victory and says he believes his election offers an opportunity for Ukraine and Russia to improve the relationship.
"Ukraine has voted, and the election results clearly show that voters are eager for new strategies to solve problems in Ukraine," Medvedev wrote on his Facebook page. "There is no doubt that the new leader of Ukraine will remain in rhetoric to Russia used during the campaign. At the same time, there is still a chance for Ukraine to improve its relations with Russia."

Russian officials it is not secretive to their desire to see Poroshenko's back, which has set up his presidency in blocking Russia's entry to the east of Ukraine and pursuing a radical break in Moscow. Some experts believe Russia's hope that Zelensky's more modest attitude and the desire to end the fight could allow the Kremlin to move to a new cool side of the conflict, helping it out of sanctions Western.

  PHOTO: A Ukrainian serviceman walking in a building destroyed by the excavation of backward separatists in Russia in the small town of Zolote, April 20, 2019, on the eve of the second phase of the Presidential election in Ukraine. Anatolii Stepanov / AFP / Getty Images
PHOTO: A Ukrainian serviceman is walking in a building destroyed by the separation of Russian-based separatists in the small town of Zolote, April 20, 2019, on the night of second round of Presidential election in Ukraine.

Poroshenko, who quickly reaches Sunday, warns that Russia will try to use Zelensky's win to begin pulling Ukraine back to its influence.

"You can see only the Kremlin celebrations on the occasion of the election. They believe that in a new inexperienced Ukrainian President Ukraine can be quickly restored to the orbit of Russia's influence," Poroshenko wrote on Twitter.

However, Zelensky promised to maintain the pro-European course of Ukraine and there are also signs that Zelensky will not always be easier to deal with for the Kremlin. On Sunday he promised to make the return of 24 Ukrainian sailors taken near the Crimea last fall an early priorities of his administration. He also painted his success as a lesson for a region led by autocrats, where the election did not offer real competition.

"I'm not yet an official president, but as a citizen of Ukraine, I can say to all post-Soviet Union countries: look at us," he said in his word victory.

The Kremlin's reaction to his victory was guarded, with spokesman Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Peskov, telling reporters on Monday that it was too early to greet him.

"Zelensky's victory was not a success for the [the] Kremlin," Dmitry Trenin, the well-connected director of the Carnegie Moscow Center wrote on Twitter. But, Trenin wrote, there was a chance of lower tension.

  PHOTO: The soldiers of the Pro-Russian separatist have removed their tanks from a position near the town of Novoazovsk in Donetsk region, 21 October 2015. Aleksey Filippov / AFP / Getty Images
Pro-Russian separatist soldiers deploy their tanks from a position near the town of Novoazovsk in Donetsk region, October 21, 2015.

Western leaders greet Zelensky quickly, with Emmanuel Macron and President Donald Trump of France called him on Sunday. The German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, who was called Zelensky on Monday and invited him to Berlin.

Issues facing Zelensky at home are frightening, and remain an open field because he has suggested almost no detailed rules during his campaign. He also widely disseminates media, rejects interviews.

However, Zelensky won many liberal reformers and civic activists who came out of the 2014 revolution of Ukraine. The group, which includes former economic minister, Aivaras Abromavicius, took it on their own to advise Zelensky, hoping to help him form the administration.

Although now, Zelensky, despite years of public eye as a performer, remains an unknown quantity.

Before the election some of Zelensky's watch shows, "Servant of People" (now in Netflix), hoping to get some clues about the candidate. Now in the third season, the show has played some scenes the new president has encountered.

In one episode, Merkel pronounced Zelensky's character to let him know that the European Union had decided to make a member of Ukraine. Zelensky was delighted, until Merkel found out he was mistaken – he thought he was calling to Montenegro.


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