Russia has not “started anything serious” in Ukraine yet. These are the words of Russian President Vladimir Putin at a meeting with the leadership of deputies of the Duma, TASS news agency reported.
Kremlin No. 1 targets the West. “Of course, they didn’t just want to hit the Russian economy hard. Their goal was to sow discord, destroy society and demoralize people. But they miscalculated – it didn’t happen and I’m sure it won’t.” He says.
“We feel today that they want to defeat us on the battlefield. What can we say, let them try.”He says, adding that Russia has not “started anything serious” in Ukraine yet. “Everyone should know that we, in general, have not started anything yet,” the Russian president repeated, according to reports from TASS. “We don’t reject peace negotiations, but those who refuse should know that the further we go, the more difficult it will be for them to negotiate with us,” he says.
In his speech, Putin praised politicians who “love real statesmen and patriots” who supported “Special Operation” in Ukraine from the start. “There are many parties, but there is only one homeland – he said – there is nothing more important than the fate of the motherland.”
Finally, new accusations of the West, guilty of wanting to fight “to the last Ukrainian”, a situation that “A tragedy for the Ukrainian people”and the desire to wage an “economic blitzkrieg against Russia”.