Putin spoke again about "genocide of Russians in Donbass" and promised to fulfill the "goals and objectives of the SMO
The Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin has once again started his record about the alleged "genocide of Russians in Donbas". The Russian president also promised again to fulfill the "goals and objectives of the SMO" with which he has been "feeding" the citizens of the aggressor country for about two years.
Putin made this statement at a meeting with students who have already become occupiers and visited the frontline in Ukraine. Russian propagandists spread similar statements.
"Everything that happened in Donbas was genocide, and Russians were declared a non-title nation on our historical territory. We will achieve the realization of the tasks and goals of the DPR," the dictator said.
According to him, he launched a large-scale war against our country to end "the war that Ukraine started in 2014 in Donbas."
The dictator also complained that "nationalists were allegedly the actual owners of Ukraine after the collapse of the USSR."
At the same time, Putin disclosed the number of occupants in Ukraine. According to him, 600 thousand people are taking part in the fighting at the front.
"Probably, there are issues that need additional attention, solutions, something always needs to be adjusted, because the combat zone is large - almost 2,000 kilometers, and there are more than 600,000 people in the combat zone. The mechanism is huge," the Russian leader said.
As a reminder, Russian dictator Vladimir Putin has found "a lot in common" between Russia and the Non-Aligned Movement, whose 19th summit was recently held in the Ugandan capital Kampala with the participation of about 130 countries. In a letter to the latter, he falsely claimed that Russia "supports" the unconditional equality and sovereignty of all states.