“US citizens of Japanese origin,” he specified. “Because they were potentially dangerous.”
Calling the Americans the teachers of the Ukrainians, Korchynsky also noted that the US “preserved democratic norms” and a "high level of humanism” while launching a nuclear strike on Japan and bombing German cities.
“Ukraine needs a broader level of freedom. We do not have enough freedom, we need more freedom,” he said. “But in the front zone and in the occupied territories we should act absolutely as the Americans. It is the only possible way of communicating with the moskals [an ethnic slur referring to the Russians or ethnic Russians living in Ukraine].”