Russia suggests to nominate Ukraine’s President Zelensky for Nobel Peace Prize
Russian political expert believes that the President of Ukraine has a right for that for the exchange of captives with Russia.
Russian political expert Stanislav Belkovsky has suggested to nominate the President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky for the Nobel Peace Prize. He said that while on air with the Echo of Moscow.
Belkovsky believes that the President of Ukraine has a right for that for the exchange of captives with Russia.
The political expert says the last Chief Secretary of Central Committee of the Communist Party of the USSR Mikhail Gorbachev has to set him forward for this Prize.
As it is known, the first and the only President of the USSR was awarded the Prize in 1990.