"It wasn't us": Putin complains that Poroshenko and his partners "led him by the nose" with Minsk agreements. Video.
The head of the terrorist state of Russia, Vladimir Putin, lied about Ukraine's alleged failure to fulfil the Minsk agreements. The dictator complained that his "partners" and Ukraine's fifth president, Petro Poroshenko, were allegedly leading him by the nose, cynically "forgetting" that it was the Russian occupiers who violated the agreements.
The Kremlin leader mentioned Minsk at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF-2023). It is being held by propagandists from 14 to 17 June in the Russian city of St. Petersburg (to watch the video, scroll to the bottom of the page).
"We know how it all started. It wasn't us who led our partners by the nose. And they, as it turned out, were not going to do anything when they signed the Minsk agreements," Putin complained.
The Kremlin dictator claims that the Minsk partners have allegedly "recently said so" and "confessed".
We would like to add that in his speech at the SPIEF-2023, the president of the aggressor country spoke a lot about Ukraine and "Ukrainian Nazis", lied that the Russian economy was only getting stronger, and that the Russian Armed Forces had already "destroyed" a third of the Western armoured vehicles transferred to the Ukrainian Armed Forces. Read more in our article here.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported:
- Speaking at the St. Petersburg Economic Forum, Vladimir Putin spoke disparagingly of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. He said that Zelenskyy is not Jewish, called him a "disgrace to the nation" who "supports neo-Nazism", and once again spoke of the so-called "denazification" of Ukraine.
- The president of the Jewish Confederation of Ukraine, Boris Lozhkin, responded to the Russian dictator's scandalous statement. He said that it is the leader of the Ukrainian state who is now demonstrating an example of true courage. Lozhkin called Zelenskyy "a hero not only of the Jewish people, but of the entire political Ukrainian nation".