Putin wants to de-Nazi Ukraine
Russian President Vladimir Putin wants to rid Ukraine of Nazism, his close ally Dmitry Medvedev said. Reuters reported this information in a report on Saturday.
Former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev now serves as the deputy chairman of the country’s Security Council. In an interview on French television, he said Russia is ready to negotiate with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on certain conditions.
Even before the February invasion, Moscow made it clear that Ukraine’s membership in NATO was unacceptable.
Medvedev told LCI television that it was now essential to abandon his participation in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. But it is not enough to establish peace.
He said Russia will continue operations until its goals are achieved. Putin says he wants to ‘de-Nazi’ Ukraine.
However, Kyiv and the West claim this is a baseless pretext for Russia winning the war.