battalions threaten terrorism in Europe if Ukraine isn't allowed in
group of Ukrainian nationalists have threatened to cause chaos in the
Netherlands if Dutch citizens will vote against the EU-Ukraine
Association Agreement this coming April, the French newspaper Les
video appeared on the Internet in which the alleged members of the
Ukrainian ultra-nationalist organization Azov told Dutch citizens
that if they want to avoid violence in the Netherlands they should
not vote against the association agreement with Kiev.
Dutchmen, don't you dare to go against Ukraine, it will end very bad
for you. We'll bring chaos not only in your brains, but in your very
homes. You'll see to regret this,," a masked man said in
man also said that Azov has its fighters in the Netherlands, who are
ready to carry out any orders their leaders would tell them to
find you everywhere: in movie [theaters], at work, in your bedroom,
public transport," the Ukrainian radicals threatened Dutch
Ukrainian authorities said the video was
fabricated to discredit the country in the eyes of Europeans before
the upcoming referendum.
or not, the video has spooked many Europeans who have begun to second
guess whether getting too chummy with Ukraine might end well for the
EU. Nobody in Europe wants to see Ukrainian radicals carrying out
potential terrorist acts like they said they would in the
The referendum itself will be held on April 6.
Dutch voters will be given a simple question to answer: "Do you
support or oppose the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement?"
people in the Netherlands, especially those who are skeptical about
the whole EU idea, will vote "No" in the upcoming
referendum to avoid the mass influx of Ukrainians into the EU that is
already full with migrants, Les
successfully passed, the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement would
establish a political and economic association between the two
deal was signed after the coup-imposed Ukrainian government came to
power in 2014. The
accord specifically seeks to create a free trade zone between Ukraine
and the 28-nation bloc.
Although the deal doesn't mean
Ukraine would join the EU immediately, Euroskeptics fear that the
agreement would make Kiev one step closer becoming a EU member in the
future, the French newspaper said.