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Weekend Reads Putin convinced that the Russian military operation in Ukraine will reach its "noble" objective, reports the Russian press

15:20  12 april  2022
15:20  12 april  2022 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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POUTINE CONVAINCU QUE L'OPÉRATION MILITAIRE RUSSE EN UKRAINE ATTEINDRA SON © Reuters / Sputnik Putin convinced that the Russian military operation in Ukraine will reach its "noble" objective, reports the Russian press

(Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday that the "military operation" of the Russia in Ukraine would undoubtedly reach what he qualified as "noble" objectives, according to the words reported by the Russian news agencies.

according to the agencies, Vladimir Putin said in a speech delivered during a rewarding rewards that Russia had no choice but to launch this "military operation" to protect themselves and that the confrontation with the Ukrainian forces "Anti-Russians" was inevitable.

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For the Russian President, the main objective of the Russian military intervention in Ukraine is to "save" the inhabitants of Donbass, in the east of Ukraine, where pro-russian separatists fight the Ukrainian forces since 2014.

"The objectives (of this offensive) are absolutely clear and noble," said Vladimir Putin. "On the one hand, we help and save people and the other, we simply take steps to guarantee the safety of Russia itself," he added.

"It's clear that we did not have the choice. It was the right decision."

At the launching the Ukraine offensive launched by Russia on February 24, Vladimir Putin said that this "special military operation" aimed to demilitarize and "denazify" Ukraine, and to protect the Russian-speaking populations of The east of the country of a "genocide".

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The last assessment broadcast by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, arrested on April 1, reported more than 1,300 civilians killed and more than 2,000 wounded since the beginning of the war in Ukraine.

Russia regularly targets civilians as part of what it describes as a "special military operation".

According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), more than 4.3 million people have fled Ukraine since the beginning of the conflict and 7.1 million additional people have been displaced within Ukrainian territory To flee the fighting.

(Reuters Reports, edited by Guy Faulconbridge, French version Myriam Rivet, edited by Sophie Louet)

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