Putin was hounded after his congratulations. Russians reminded about the dollar and Ukraine
Russian President Vladimir Putin has received a lot of unpleasant comments from his countrymen after he congratulated them on Sportsman's Day. In his congratulatory telegram, the Kremlin leader boasted that this holiday is rightfully considered a national holiday, as it is celebrated across the country.
According to Putin, large-scale events "help to popularise sports, especially among young people, and to raise new champions and record holders."
"In Russia, the development of the mass sports movement is given priority attention. Training and recreation centres, ice palaces and stadiums are being built," Putin said.
In response to him, Russian fans began to write en masse about the real situation in the country.
"He shouldn't forget to congratulate Russians on the 100 dollar bill, as it is his merit," users said.
Sports fans want Putin to leave office as soon as possible.
They also reminded the Russian president of what he did to Ukraine.
"Our Hockey Athlete congratulated the youth on the holiday... and then continued the priority annihilation of foreign cities and fields, along with the youth in the trenches. And in the neighbouring country, they can't even play football in peace. It's not the Day of the Physical Educator there anymore," the comments read.
People on the Internet ask him if he wants to mention the Kursk tragedy.