The adviser to the head of the Presidential Office suggests that the Russian Federation can attack Poland, the Baltic countries and Kazakhstan on a full scale.
The Russians want to “denazify” six more countries-Podolyak / photo REUTERS
Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the President’s Office, stated that Russians want to “denazify” six more countries.
Podolyak reported this in Twitter.
“The Russian Federation appears to be attacking Poland, the Baltic States and Kazakhstan in a full-scale attack as part of a global” military special operation with … demilitarization and denazification, “he wrote.
Podolyak recalled that this was announced the day before by Russian MP Sergei Savostyanov.
“Everything is just beginning. There will be a lot of European blood, the Russians frankly promise,” he added.
Earlier on March 25, a statement was made by Moscow City Duma deputy from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Sergei Savostyanov, who is convinced that “the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine will ensure sustainable security for the peoples of Ukraine, Russia and all of Europe.”
“For a more complete process of ensuring the security of the Russian Federation, in addition to Ukraine, I consider it expedient to include the Baltic states in the denazification and demilitarization zone [Литва, Латвия, Эстония]Poland, Moldova and Kazakhstan,” the politician is sure.
The plan of “denazification” of Ukraine: what is known
Earlier, the Russian Federation also actively spoke about its intention to “denazify Ukraine”, that is, to remove the alleged Nazis from power among the Ukrainian authorities.
“The same thing happened in the 40s, Nazi Germany led the denazification of the Jewish people. Now the same thing is happening. I just didn’t know that this could be so in the modern world. That a person announcing denazification could get some kind of support. This is a crime against the people, because saying “denazification” and then bombing civilians is genocide against the Ukrainian people,” the president emphasized.
On March 4, Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Oleksiy Arestovich, speaking about the negotiations between Ukraine and the Russian Federation, said that the Russians were gradually reducing their requirements.
“They stopped talking about denazification and so on. And they started talking about … about a non-bloc status, they didn’t even pedal this topic very much. It was about preventing the deployment of certain types of offensive weapons in Ukraine,” he said.
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