"Real peace will come": former Russian national team player dreams of capturing Kyiv and taking Warsaw
Former Russian national football player Andrei Solomatin, who joined the Espanyol terrorist group and is fighting in Donbas, dreamed of a victory over Ukraine. Moreover, the Russian champion with CSKA Moscow called the moment when "you can walk around Warsaw with your head held high" "real peace".
The war criminal said this in an interview with the Argumenty i Fakty publication. He actually called Russia a weak country. According to Solomatin, no one wants to fight with strong states, but rather try to build friendly relations, which no one wants to do with the aggressors now.
"The real vbh will come when a Russian person can live in Kharkiv, Kyiv, Odesa in peace. And you can walk around Warsaw with your head held high. We need to be strong, and then there will be vbh. Everybody else everywhere always wants to be friends with a strong country, not fight. And if you say you are for peace, but at the most important moment you run away and hide, then you are weak, no one will give you peace anywhere and never. This is true right from children's games in the yard, and in sports, and in the rest of life," Solomatin said.
Earlier, he admired dictator Vladimir Putin, who "did not bend to these f***ers, to the West." The ex-footballer was called sick in the head online after saying that Europe was rotting. He also called for "remaking" Ukrainian children.
As OBOZ.UA reported, the famous football player of the Ukrainian national team Dmytro Parfyonov remained in Russia after the full-scale invasion of his native country by the Russian Federation.