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"Year in review": comedian Velykyi amused with a parody of Putin's mendacious press conference

Yuri Velykyi recorded a parody of Putin's press conference

Russian President Vladimir Putin recently held the final annual press conference for Kremlin officials. It lasted for four hours and was accompanied by provocative comments and uncomfortable questions sent by viewers to the editorial office. These messages were so scandalous that the Russian leader pretended they did not exist at all. Instead, he happily shared tales of the "successes" in Ukraine and "special operations."

The renowned Ukrainian comedian Yurii Velykyi could not ignore this noteworthy event, and he has already parodied Putin's "direct line" in his new satire.

The comedian posted the video on his YouTube channel of the same name. Velykyi appeared in front of the public as a Russian dictator skillfully evading and answering the questions of his people.

"For more than four hours, Putin told the Russians how everything was going well in Russia. He was accompanied by his loyal spokesperson Dmitry Peskov, who acted as a deceiver. The questions that the Russians sent to the editorial office and displayed on the screens were mostly pleasing. However, most were so honest and painful that the organizers and the main culprit of the celebration preferred to simply ignore them, which is logical in principle. How could Putin answer the question: 'Why does your reality differ from our reality?' And there were too many such questions. This video contains all the cream of absurdity and lies," Velykyi wrote under the video.

''Year in review'': comedian Velykyi amused with a parody of Putin's mendacious press conference

The Ukrainian parodist's press conference titled "The Results of the Swing" referred to the fanatical shouts of the controversial actor and Z-patriot Ivan Okhlobystin at a propaganda concert in Moscow celebrating the annexation of Ukrainian territories.

In the parody, "Putin" interacted with "fake, oh, young journalists."

"Before I begin, I would like to thank everyone who persuaded me to run in the next presidential election. Thank you for your letters and calls. Just yesterday, I want to emphasize, I received calls from more than 120 million ordinary Russians expressing words of support. And all of them, of course, pleaded with me to continue to be their shepherd. I mean, their president. Now, as Otto von Bismarck once said, I have no moral right to lose the 2024 presidential election. I emphasize that this is his quote," Putin said.

''Year in review'': comedian Velykyi amused with a parody of Putin's mendacious press conference

The "journalists" then asked the "president" when all regions of Russia would be gasified, how to solve the problems with faulty airplanes, and asked questions about unemployment and the "goals of the SVO." "Putin" either skillfully evaded answers or spoke a pre-prepared text, since almost all questions had been agreed with him in advance.

Earlier, Velykyi recorded a parody amid rumors of Putin's "cardiac arrest." The main characters of the video were the propagandist of RIA Novosti and the tyrant's "heart guard" Valentin Valeryanovich.

OBOZ.UA also wrote that Velykyi parodied Margarita Simonyan, who scandalized the world with her proposal to organize a "thermonuclear explosion" over Siberia. The comedian ridiculed the propagandist's attempts to justify her words.

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