Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday signed formal agreements on the entry into the country of the regions of Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhia.
Earlier, the Russian president recalled that in 1991 he decided to dissolve the Soviet Union without asking the will of the citizens, which “turned into a national disaster.”
In his speech, President Putin called on the Ukrainian government to “immediately cease fire and return to the negotiating table.” This can be the only path to peace,” he pointed out.
In that regard, he explained that “we are ready for it” in his country, although he clarified that “we are going to protect our land by all means and we are going to look after the development of our people”. Relating to the continuation of military operations.
The Russian president explained his country’s concern for the Russian people in Ukraine: “Our compatriots in Ukraine are an inseparable part of us.”
Faced with opposition from the United States and other Western powers, Putin said, “The West is looking for, and continues to look for, a new opportunity to weaken and destroy Russia, which the West has always dreamed of. The state, confront the people among themselves, condemn them to poverty and destruction”.
Putin did not fail to mention the most recent events on the European continent, the explosions at the Nord Stream gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea and the accusation that Western powers have “started to destroy the European energy structure”.
“The West is looking for, and continues to look for, a new opportunity to attack, weaken, and destroy Russia, which it has always dreamed of. To divide our state, to turn the people against each other, to condemn them to poverty and ruin. .”
In fact, the US is demanding additional sanctions against Russia, but “all this leads to the deindustrialization of Europe” and the increase in dependence on Washington, the Russian president said.
At the end of his speech, Putin signed the agreements on the Russian Federation of the self-proclaimed People’s Republics of Donetsk and Luhansk with the heads of regional institutions Denis Pushilin, Leonid Pashenik, Vladimir Rokov and Vladimir Zalto. into Zaporizhia and Kherson regions respectively.
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