Putin’s statements are “further evidence of deliberate genocide” – The Observer

Moscow has branded Russian President Vladimir Putin’s statements that the West wants to fight Russia “to the last Ukraine” in Ukraine and as “evidence of deliberate genocide”.

“There is no joint Western plan. Only one Z Army entered sovereign Ukraine and bombed cities and killed civilians. Everything else is primitive propaganda“, said Mykhailo Podoliak, adviser to the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky on the social network. Twitter.

“Mr Mantra. “Putin’s ‘war for the last Ukrainian’ is further evidence of Russia’s planned genocide,” Podoliak added.

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Putin warned Thursday that his forces had not initiated “anything serious” in Ukraine, which Russia invaded on February 24.

“Today we hear it They want to defeat us on the battlefield. What can we say? Let them try,” the Russian president was quoted as saying by Spanish EFE and French agencies AFP.

“We have often heard that the West wants to fight with us to the last Ukrainian. It is a tragedy for the Ukrainian people, but everything seems to point to the same,” he said in a televised meeting with leaders of the lower house of parliament (Duma) in the Kremlin.

The Russian leader has not announced an escalation of military action or other concrete initiatives Russian forces are concentrated in the Donbass regionIn eastern Ukraine.

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He did not close the door on peace talks, but warned that “the more time passes, the more complicated it will be to reach an agreement with Moscow.”

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