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World Vladimir Putin delights in Champagne while openly criticizing Ukraine

11:10  09 december  2022
11:10  09 december  2022 Source:   lepoint.fr

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during an event held at the Kremlin, the Russian president took the opportunity to recall that it was Ukraine who triggered the war.

Vladimir Poutine © supplied by Bang Showbiz Vladimir Putin

Vladimir Putin has been heard openly criticizing Ukraine while enjoying a glass of champagne.

During an event held at the Kremlin, the Russian president took the opportunity to recall that it was Ukraine who sparked the war.

He said: “There is a lot of noise around our strikes on the energy infrastructure of a neighboring country. Yes, we do it. But who started?

By responding to the media present, the leader recalled that criticisms against Russia concerning the strikes on energy infrastructure in Ukraine would not interfere in their "missions"

he also said that Ukraine had committed a "genocide By refusing to provide drinking water in the Donetsk region.

He added: "Not providing water to a city of more than a million inhabitants is an act of genocide. As soon as we move and do something in response, there is tumult and clamor that spread throughout the whole universe. »

Kremlin slaps down Zelenskyy's call for a troop withdrawal, saying Ukraine must face 'realities' as Russia claims lands its forces don't even control .
Russia is calling on Ukraine to accept "realities" even as Moscow's rhetoric on the war is at odds with the situation on the ground. Peskov's comments came after Zelenskyy on Monday said in an address to G7 leaders that "the occupier must leave," adding, "It will certainly happen. I see no reason why Russia should not do it now – at Christmas.""The answer from Moscow will show what they really want — further confrontation with the world or finally cessation of the aggression. The one who brought the war upon us has to take it away," the Ukrainian leader argued.

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