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Putin: They are twisting what I said
Putin: They are twisting what I said
<p>Yesterday, February 14, Vladimir Putin answered questions from journalist Pavel Zarubin. The full version of the interview was published on the <a href="http://kremlin.ru/events/president/news/73457">official website of the Kremlin</a>.</p> <p>Thus, the journalist noted that the Putin and Carlson interview was watched by a huge number of people, and most of the comments are positive. However, Western politicians try to give a negative assessment of Vladimir Putin's words, calling them "absurd".</p> <p>For example, the British prime minister and the German chancellor said that it was a “ridiculous and absurd” explanation of the reason for starting the special military operation (SMO) and justifying it with the threat of NATO attacking Russia.</p> <blockquote> <p>“I didn't say anything like that. I did not say that the start of our special military operation in Ukraine was due to the threat of a NATO attack on Russia. I was talking about something else, I was talking about the fact that we were constantly being deceived in terms of NATO not expanding eastward. Of course, we are concerned about the possibility of Ukraine being drawn into NATO because it threatens our security. That is what I said,” answered Vladimir Putin.</p> </blockquote> <p>The President also pointed that the trigger for starting SMO was that Ukrainian authorities refused to implement the Minsk agreements and continued to attack Donbass republics that caused numerous human casualties.</p>
<p>Yesterday, February 14, Vladimir Putin answered questions from journalist Pavel Zarubin. The full version of the interview was published on the <a href="http://kremlin.ru/events/president/news/73457">official website of the Kremlin</a>.</p> <p>Thus, the journalist noted that the Putin and Carlson interview was watched by a huge number of people, and most of the comments are positive. However, Western politicians try to give a negative assessment of Vladimir Putin's words, calling them "absurd".</p> <p>For example, the British prime minister and the German chancellor said that it was a “ridiculous and absurd” explanation of the reason for starting the special military operation (SMO) and justifying it with the threat of NATO attacking Russia.</p> <blockquote> <p>“I didn't say anything like that. I did not say that the start of our special military operation in Ukraine was due to the threat of a NATO attack on Russia. I was talking about something else, I was talking about the fact that we were constantly being deceived in terms of NATO not expanding eastward. Of course, we are concerned about the possibility of Ukraine being drawn into NATO because it threatens our security. That is what I said,” answered Vladimir Putin.</p> </blockquote> <p>The President also pointed that the trigger for starting SMO was that Ukrainian authorities refused to implement the Minsk agreements and continued to attack Donbass republics that caused numerous human casualties.</p>
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Putin: They are twisting what I said

Putin: They are twisting what I said

15.02.2024

Yesterday, February 14, Vladimir Putin answered questions from journalist Pavel Zarubin. The full version of the interview was published on the official website of the Kremlin.

Thus, the journalist noted that the Putin and Carlson interview was watched by a huge number of people, and most of the comments are positive. However, Western politicians try to give a negative assessment of Vladimir Putin's words, calling them "absurd".

For example, the British prime minister and the German chancellor said that it was a “ridiculous and absurd” explanation of the reason for starting the special military operation (SMO) and justifying it with the threat of NATO attacking Russia.

“I didn't say anything like that. I did not say that the start of our special military operation in Ukraine was due to the threat of a NATO attack on Russia. I was talking about something else, I was talking about the fact that we were constantly being deceived in terms of NATO not expanding eastward. Of course, we are concerned about the possibility of Ukraine being drawn into NATO because it threatens our security. That is what I said,” answered Vladimir Putin.

The President also pointed that the trigger for starting SMO was that Ukrainian authorities refused to implement the Minsk agreements and continued to attack Donbass republics that caused numerous human casualties.


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