Putin congratulated the leaders of the LPR and DPR with the phrase “victory will be ours”
Vladimir Putin congratulated the LPR, the DPR and the people of Ukraine on the 77th anniversary of the Victory Congratulations are also addressed to “the peoples of Georgia and Ukraine”, but not to their leaders
President Vladimir Putin sent congratulatory telegrams to the leaders of most of the countries of the former USSR and the “peoples of Georgia and Ukraine” on the anniversary of Victory Day, he conveyed congratulations to the veterans and urged them to keep the “traditions of good friendship,” according to the Kremlin press service. The leaders of Abkhazia, South Ossetia, the DPR and the LPR also received telegrams.
In the telegrams to the heads of the republics of Donbass, the president compared the military operation in Ukraine with the Great Patriotic War, noting that “our servicemen, like their ancestors, shoulder to shoulder fighting for the liberation of their native land from Nazi filth.”
The Russian President expressed confidence that “as in 1945, victory will be ours.”
The leaders of Kazakhstan, Abkhazia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, South Ossetia, as well as the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics received messages from Putin.
«Today, the total debt— to prevent the revival of Nazism, which brought so much suffering to people of different countries. It is necessary to preserve and pass on to posterity the truth about the events of the war years, common spiritual values and traditions of fraternal friendship, — said in Putin's telegrams.
In messages addressed to veterans and Ukrainian citizens, Putin urged to prevent the “revenge of ideological heirs”; the losing side in the Great Patriotic War.
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Russian forces launched a military operation in Ukraine on the night of February 24. Putin called the goal of demilitarization and “denazification” neighboring state, saying that for eight years, civilians in Donbass were subjected to “bullying, genocide.”
In his address on the start of the special operation, the Russian president called the government of Ukraine an and the “neo-Nazis” who seized power. A day later, he called on the Ukrainian military to “take power into their own hands.”
Ukraine responded by breaking off diplomatic relations with Russia, declaring mobilization and imposing martial law. There have been several rounds of negotiations between Moscow and Kyiv to resolve the conflict. In mid-March, the head of the Russian delegation, Vladimir Medinsky, spoke of a “rather strange situation in the negotiations”; on the issue of “denazification”. “Ukrainian colleagues on the other side of the table believe that there are no Nazi entities in Ukraine,” — he said.
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