Vladimir Putin on the war between Russia and Ukraine: The war between Russia and Ukraine has been going on for more than 11 months. Meanwhile, President Vladimir Putin has compared the invasion of Ukraine by Russian troops to the war against Nazi Germany. Putin attended a World War II commemoration event on Thursday (February 2) to show his support for his army in Ukraine.
During it, he compared this battle to the invasion of Nazi Germany and indicated that Moscow could also use nuclear weapons. The Battle of Stalingrad of 1942-43 lasted about 6 months and when it ended the city was in ruins. Over a million soldiers and civilians had lost their lives in this war.
Putin compared Ukraine to which war?
In recent years, Putin has used World War II as a pawn to further his political agenda. In this regard, Putin arrived in Volgograd on February 2 to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Soviet victory in the Battle of Stalingrad. Putin tried to rally support for his attack on Ukraine. He compared Russia’s so-called special military operation in the Ukraine to the war against Nazi Germany in 1941-1945.
Putin threatened Western countries
Russian President Putin further said: “We have to repel aggression from Western countries again and again. We are not sending tanks to their borders, but we have the means to respond, everyone should understand this. A modern war with it.” it would be completely different. It’s unbelievable, but true, we are once again threatened by German Leopard tanks.”
Ukraine is receiving help from Western countries
Since sending his troops into Ukraine on February 24, 2022, Putin has repeatedly threatened that he will not hesitate to use nuclear weapons against the West if the conflict escalates. Tell them that Western countries are helping Ukraine with military weapons. Germany agreed to send 14 Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine. The United States has also decided to send the Abrams tank.
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