"There is absolutely evil in Ukraine": the Olympic champion says that Russians are invincible because "these people knows how to love"
The President of the Russian Wrestling Federation (RWF), Mykhailo Mamiashvili, has lashed out at Ukrainians and called Russia an invincible country. The Seoul-88 Olympic champion considers himself a Russian, despite the fact that he was born in Konotop, Sumy region.
Mamiashvili said that in an interview with the propaganda news agency TASS. The three-time world champion complained that he "cannot return to his beloved homeland" and also bent down before dictator Vlolodymyr Putin, calling him a man who "challenged all this evil."
"It is impossible to defeat Russians, because these people know how to love, no matter what. And they suffer for it. And that is why Russia is invincible in the face of a pack of jackals. Today I cannot return to my beloved homeland, because there are now other landmarks there-Mazepas, Shukhevychs, Bandera. Absolute meanness, absolute evil. It seems to me that when they come to their senses, they will go crazy from what they have done. Today, the most influential, most famous person in the world has challenged all this evil," Mamiashvili said.
Earlier, the head of the FSB got angry because of the refusal of our wrestlers to shake hands with Russians and spouted nonsense about flawed Ukrainians who are "a pity to look at" after receiving a response.
As OBOZ.UA previously reported, the first ever Ukrainian heavyweight sumo champion, European champion Olha Davydko was suspected by the Prosecutor's Office of Crimea and Sevastopol for helping the Russian army.