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World Ukraine: Russia will "achieve its objectives", assures Putin

07:10  26 november  2022
07:10  26 november  2022 Source:   lepoint.fr

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  Ukraine : la Russie va « atteindre ses objectifs », assure Poutine © Ilya Pitalev / Sputnik / AFP

A U course of a meeting organized by the Kremlin with mothers of Russian soldiers and mobilized, broadcast on public television , Vladimir Putin assured that the Russia would "achieve its objectives in Ukraine". The head of state attacked "enemies in the information field" who, according to him, seek to "devalue, discredit" the Russian offensive in Ukraine . "We have to achieve our goals, and we will achieve them," said Vladimir Putin.

"The most important thing is that we feel [?] That we defend a good cause," he continued in front of the bereaved mothers . Earlier, he had called not to believe the "lies" broadcast on television and on the Internet about the Russian offensive in Ukraine, while military reverse, and therefore losses, have multiplied for Moscow in recent months .

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almost half of the residents of kyiv were still deprived of electricity on Friday under winter temperatures, two days after Russian strikes having once again targeted essential infrastructure. This Moscow strategy consisting in bombing energy facilities, followed since October against the background of military setbacks, constitutes "war crimes" for the Western allies of Ukraine and described as "crime against humanity" by the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky. Paris and Berlin reiterate their support

at the same time in Berlin, Élisabeth Borne said that France and Germany "will support Ukraine to the end of this conflict". “Since the first day of this brutal war, our two countries have provided unwavering support to Ukraine. [?] We are, Mr. Chancellor, fully aligned: we will continue to do so, we will support Ukraine until the end of this conflict, "said the Prime Minister at a common press conference with Olaf Scholz.

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The German Chancellor judged for its part that "the policy of terror by the bombs of Russia against civil infrastructure in Ukraine must end ”. "Russia must put an end to this war and withdraw its troops, immediately," he added, indicating that Germany and France? "Would help Ukraine" to rebuild its energy infrastructure ", in destroyed part.

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Al Jazeera interviews Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO’s chief from 2009 until 2014, when Russia annexed Crimea.Earlier this week, at a NATO meeting in Bucharest, Romania, the alliance’s chief Jens Stoltenberg accused Russia of using “winter as a weapon of war”.

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