Vladimir Putin vows to “do everything” to “eliminate Nazism once and for all”
Russian President Vladimir Putin made the pledge Saturday at an event marking 80 years since the end of the horrific siege of Leningrad in present-day St. Petersburg by the German army during World War II. “do all” Pour “End Nazism once and for all”.
“The siege of Leningrad was unprecedented in its level of brutality and cynicism.”, during the unveiling ceremony of this memorial to the victims of the siege which lasted for 872 days between 1941 and 1944 Mr. Putin began and more than 800,000 people in Leningrad fell victim to famine, disease and bombs. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko was by his side during the ceremony.
The unveiling of the monument, which notably includes a colossal statue of a motherland with her children, comes less than a month after the second anniversary of the outbreak of the Russian offensive in Ukraine, which the Kremlin says was launched. “Militarization” And “Tenasify” This former Soviet republic, Mr. Run by neo-Nazis, according to Putin.
The Kremlin continues to insist that the conflict is a continuation of World War II. “The Kyiv regime continues to glorify accomplices[Adolf] Hitler (…) resort to terror against all who displease him”Mr. Putin made the accusation again on Saturday.
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