Russian President Summarizes Why Military Invaded and Attack Ukraine in Simplest Terms

Russian President Summarizes Why Military Invaded and Attack Ukraine in Simplest Terms

President Vladimir Putin has explained in simplest terms, why his military under his command, invaded and attacked Ukraine since Wednesday through early Thursda . This was made known by the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov.

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In a press conference on Friday in Moscow, Lavrov explained that  President, Vladimir Putin ordered a military invasion of Ukraine to free Ukrainians from oppression, adding that the military action was to create an avenue for Ukrainians to decide their future.

 

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According to Lavrov, Putin wants to “free Ukraine from oppression”, as Russian invading forces approached Kyiv on the second day of the Kremlin’s attack.

 

“Russian President Vladimir Putin took the decision to conduct a special military operation to demilitarise and de-Nazify Ukraine so that, freed from oppression, Ukrainians themselves could freely determine their future,” he said.

 

 

 

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