"Everything in the country is falling apart." Putin was advised to deal with Russia instead of congratulating judoists

Maxim InshakovSport

Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated judoka Arman Adamyan on his victory at the World Championships, receiving many unflattering comments from fans in response. Adamyan won in the 100 kg weight category at the Judo World Cup in Doha.

At that tournament, Russian athletes, among whom were officers of the Russian Armed Forces, were admitted as neutral athletes.

"At the World Championship in Qatar you have convincingly confirmed your leadership qualities, demonstrated your character and will, and entered a bright page in the victorious annals of the domestic judo school. I wish you new achievements and all the best," reads the telegram published on the Kremlin website.


Fans have advised their leader to do a better job on the country instead of scribbling congratulatory messages.

"The most important judo player congratulated. The country would be occupied (so, in between). Everything is falling apart, and he's only good at congratulating," users wrote.


Putin is called a madman.

"But the grandfather has nothing to congratulate in return😂😂😂😂 did things, madman", "He has become toxic and causes only irritation with his congratulations", - users write.


Some remind the president about what he has going on in the Bryansk region and near Bakhmut.

"Air defense in the Bryansk region salutes the hero!", "And he didn't comment on the events in Bakhmut...", "Grandpa can't even win the World Cup in tank biathlon," fans quipped.


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