Russian President, Vladimir Putin announces military operations in Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced that he has ordered Russia’s military to conduct a special operation in the Donbass region after the leaders of the self-proclaimed republics of Donetsk and Lugansk asked Moscow for military assistance in response to what they claim is an increase in “Ukrainian aggression.”

In a statement, Vladimir Putin has served notice that, his outfit has taken the decision to carry out a special military operation.

He explained that, its goal will be to defend people who for eight years are suffering persecution and genocide by the Kyiv regime. “For this we will aim for demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine” He added.


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He again said, “… as well as taking to court those who carried out multiple bloody crimes against civilians including citizens of the Russian Federation. Our plans do not include occupying Ukrainian territory.

According to him,  the calls on Ukrainian soldiers to lay down arms; all “follow these demands will be able to leave the battle zone.

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“Anyone who tries to interfere with us, or even more so, to create threats for our country and our people, must know that Russia’s response will be immediate and will lead you to such consequences as you have never before experienced in your history.” Vladimir Putin.




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