WWII veterans appeal to the conscience of the Russian authorities.
Kiev veterans of the Great Patriotic War are calling on Russian President Vladimir Putin to give the Ukrainian soldiers who are on Azovstal the opportunity to get out of the encirclement .
The veterans posted their appeal to the President of the Russian Federation online , UP reports.
“Hitler’s logic was clear, he wanted to destroy all nations. Why you attacked us is not clear. We didn’t ask for anything and didn’t impose our own rules on you,” says Alexandra Romanchikova, a WWII veteran who was a nurse during the war and found besieged Leningrad .
Veterans are shocked that Russians, who fought side by side with Ukrainians against Nazi Germany, are killing children in Ukraine.
“War is the destruction of the people,” says Aleksey Tkachenko, who served in Crimea during the war.
The surviving WWII veterans appeal to the conscience of the Russian authorities.
“We protected in 1941-45 from a terrible villain. Don’t be such a villain. Become a man. Release for the sake of our victory, which we also forged,” the veterans say.
“What words to choose? Do you want us to kneel before you? We are ready, but let these people go.”
This plea will go unheard. The rat thinks he knows better. It is essential to destroy his military in every way possible, just like Hitler’s.