Russian President Vladimir Putin told Russians on Tuesday that the world was at a major turning point and that they were engaged in a national struggle for their country’s future, as the country commemorates victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two.
“Today, civilization is again at a decisive turning point. A real war has broken out against our Motherland. We have repelled international terrorism, we will protect the population of Donbass, we will ensure our own security.” put it in He said as the country commemorates the victory over Nazi Germany in World War II.
In a 10-minute speech on Red Square, Putin repeated familiar messages he has delivered many times during Russia’s nearly 15 months of war in Ukraine.
He said that “the elites of Western globalization” are being cultivated Russophobia and aggressive nationalism, while the Ukrainian people became a “hostage to a state coup” and the ambitions of the West.
He did not address the challenges facing Russia as its forces prepare for an expected major counterattack from Ukraine, or outline any path to victory.
The speech, which was followed by a massive military parade across Red Square, followed a wave of strikes inside Russia this month – including a drone attack on the region. The Kremlin The same castle less than a week ago.


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