Saturday, March 22, 2014

EEAS Acts to Stabilize Ukraine on Behalf of the European Union

 For those of you on the outside looking in on the situation in Ukraine, here is an inside look at one of my conversations:

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your mail regarding developments in Ukraine. I have been asked to reply. 

Ukraine's economic and financial situation faces many challenges. An immediate priority is to restore macroeconomic stability through sound fiscal, monetary and exchange rate policies. 
The new Ukrainian Government urgently needs to launch an ambitious set of structural reforms, including with respect to fighting corruption and enhancing transparency.
The EU has committed to provide Ukraine with strong financial backing as part of a broader international effort in coordination with the IMF. The EU has also taken the decision to sign the political part of the Association Agreement with Ukraine and adopt unilateral trade measures to allow Ukraine to benefit substantially from the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area very soon.

Please rest assured of the EU's continued engagement in Ukraine with a view to stabilising the situation and putting the country on track for a more peaceful and prosperous future.

Best Regards,
  (name edited)

EEAS III B2 - Eastern Partnership

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Begin forwarded message:
From: "Mark R. Winkle" <>
Date: 26 Feb 2014 02:51:12 GMT+1
Subject: A New Ukraine Budget Being Worked on
Dear European Union Dignitaries and Press,              25 February 2014

         I am currently researching Ukraine's economic situation and will present an advisory by Sunday evening. In the meantime, I suggest that Ukraine allow any person including former President Yanukovych to freely leave the country unobstructed. No charges, no imprisonment, nada. Just let them leave. Most of them will go to Russia. Open the borders, - No immigration papers necessary if they do not intend to return. This will save Ukraine much frustration in the future.
         A temporary government should be established with national elections on Parliament, a new president, and membership in the European Union or Russia's Economic Union must be held ASAP. Late March or early April is a good time. I would not wait until May.
        Also, the creditors of Ukraine's debt will be asked to defer payment on Ukraine's Treasury Bonds and other debts until a formal national government is sworn in.
        A short term line of credit from Poland, the United States, the IMF, the UN Economic Council, and a few others would definitely stabilize Ukraine's economy in the short run. I will leave it to all of you to decide who chips in to stabilize Ukraine's economy. Contact the Ukraine Office of the President today if you desire to assist them in the short term or in the long term. I am sure that they will thank you.
       Kiev News has been added to my email list and I am in contact with the Office of the President and former Prime Minister on a weekly basis. I have offered my services free of charge as usual.
        For updates, go to my website @ or get the RSS feed.
        If you have any questions or suggestions, send me an email.
       Four more conflicts to resolve and then we can enjoy a world at peace, if only for a moment in time. Imagine that!

Mark Winkle
The Winkle Institute for Worldwide Economic Stability

Mark R. Winkle

11:05 AM (0 minutes ago)

Dear Ms. Matczak,                                                March 22, 2014

            Thank you for your offices' cooperation in this grave matter. Hopefully, the continued sanctions will allow the situation to be kept from spiraling out of control. While I believe that Mr. Putin is mentally unstable, and suffering from a paranoia complex, I believe that his advisers will advise him that leaving Crimea is the bast solution to the present difficulties in Ukraine.
            Your office is on the front lines of preventing a war in Ukraine. Please continue to impose sanctions upon the offending Russia and its businesses. Your actions towards preventing human rights abuses in Ukraine will go a long way towards deescalating this situation. Russia must leave Crimea by any means including the use of force. Any bridge constructed between Russia and Crimea must be repeatedly destroyed. 
             Mark Winkle
             The Winkle Institute
             for Worldwide Economic Stability

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