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British ex-Prime Minister David Cameron gave a public lecture to an audience of university students and young leaders in Kyiv on March 29 at the invitation of Victor Pinchuk Foundation.

Cameron’s visit coincided with the formal beginning of Brexit procedures in the United Kingdom, reminding of his role in Britain’s historic decision to break away from the European Union, thus forcing Cameron, who campaigned against it, to step down as prime minister.

Cameron decided to mark the day by heading to Ukraine – a nation which he never visited while in office from 2010 to 2016.

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The ONLY reason Cameron has visited Ukraine is because Pinchuk paid him a fee. His short waffling talk in which he fudged the issues was just typical Cameron hot air. He doesn't even realise that Poroshenko is at the very centre of the web of corruption! I am so glad he is no longer UK Prime Minister.

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