Putin made an awkward speech.  Latvian Foreign Minister: Almost a rehearsal of Nuremberg or The Hague - news from Ukraine, Politics

Putin made an awkward speech. Latvian Foreign Minister: Almost a rehearsal of Nuremberg or The Hague – news from Ukraine, Politics

Today, October 27, the Russian dictator Vladimir Putin spoke at the plenary session of the Valdai Discussion Club in Moscow. Minister of Foreign Affairs of Latvia Edgars Rinkevich called the Russian dictator’s speech “almost a rehearsal” of his future speech at meetings of a special international tribunal to punish Russia for the crime of aggression.

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“It’s almost like a rehearsal of a defense speech at the International Tribunal in The Hague or in Nuremberg,” he wrote in Twitter Rinkevich, commenting on Putin’s statement that “not Russia, but the West brought to the current situation and events in Ukraine.”

In his speech today, Putin repeated the theses he had repeatedly voiced earlier, which have no connection with reality and historical facts, that Ukraine and Russia are allegedly “one people”, that Ukraine allegedly “bombed the Donbass” for eight years, about that Russia has unleashed a full-scale war against Ukraine and is committing war crimes against the civilian population, allegedly to “help Donbass.”

Also, Putin again dispersed the Kremlin fake about the “Ukrainian dirty bomb”, complained to the West, denied Ukrainian statehood and assured that the Russian Federation allegedly did not intend to use nuclear weapons on the territory of Ukraine.

Read also: Punishment is inevitable. From Nuremberg to Rwanda: how tribunals tried war criminals

Oksana Zhitniuk

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Fuente: liga.net

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