The Kremlin dictator called it “a common duty” to prevent the “revival of Nazism.”
President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, whose army has been killing peaceful Ukrainians for the third month already , destroying cities, on the eve of May 9, a sacred holiday for the Kremlin, addressed the people of Ukraine with a message.
As reported on the Kremlin website , in his address, the killer of Ukrainians spoke of the need to “prevent the revival of Nazism.”
“Today, it is our common duty to prevent the revival of Nazism, which brought so much suffering to people of different countries,” says the cynical address of the head of the Kremlin, which is waging an active bloody war against Ukraine.
Putin told how Nazism was crushed in the past, and now the common duty is not to let it revive and pass on to the next generations the “truth” about the war and the tradition of “fraternal friendship.”
“In a message addressed to veterans of the Great Patriotic War and citizens of Ukraine, the President of Russia stressed the inadmissibility of revenge on the ideological heirs of those who were defeated in the Great Patriotic War,” the message of the Russian dictator says.
For the leaders of the militants of the pseudo-republics of the “DNR” and “LNR”, Putin added that today they allegedly, like their ancestors, are engaged in “liberating” the land from “Nazi filth”.
“Congratulatory messages” of the head of the Kremlin, in addition to Ukraine and the occupied Donbass, were sent to Georgia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Abkhazia, South Ossetia.
It is worth noting that Putin’s “liberators” have already lost 25,000 soldiers since the start of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Only in the last 24 hours , the Armed Forces of Ukraine liquidated 400 invaders.
And as President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky noted in his address to the Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation, in which our state remembers all the victims of World War II , on February 24, when the Russian Federation launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, “the freaks began to repeat.”
“Our cities that survived the terrible occupation – so much so that 80 years are not enough to forget about it – saw the occupier again. And received the second date of occupation in their history. And some, like Mariupol, – the third. In two years During the occupation, the Nazis killed 10,000 civilians in it. During the two months of occupation, the Russian Federation killed 20,000,” Zelensky stressed.