Peskov said Ukraine repeatedly threatened Putin 14:32

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that Ukrainian officials have repeatedly verbally threatened Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Thus, the Russian leader’s press secretary commented on Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky’s words containing threats against Putin.

“They will not succeed,” Peskov said in an interview with a journalist. VGTRK Pavel Zarubin.

Zelenskiy on the same day stated In an interview with British publication The Sun, he said he had survived “five or six” assassination attempts. According to him, only the first attempt caused him to panic.

The Ukrainian leader admitted that he had forgotten to count how many times they had tried to impeach him or oust him as president since February last year. When American and British officials were asked to leave the country at the beginning of Russia’s special operation in Ukraine, President Zelenskiy replied: “I don’t need a trip, I need ammunition.”

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Source: Gazeta


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