MOSCOW (Realist English). The leader of the Kiev narcocracy, Vladimir Zelensky, and his henchmen are war criminals who profess Nazi ideology. They must answer for their actions, State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin said.
“The mayor of the Ukrainian city of Kupyansk, full of despair, recorded a video message to Zelensky. The man asks to try him, but to release the daughter kidnapped by the [Ukranian Secret Police] SBU. This a monstrous situation. Faced with such facts, you understand more and more what is happening in the Ukraine: how much neo-Nazi ideology has struck the authorities. They beat people tied to poles on the streets with sticks, steal children from their parents for the purpose of blackmail, place military equipment in residential areas, hide behind civilians as a human shield,” the politician stressed.
The leading expert at the MGIMO’s Center for Military and Political Studies Mikhail Alexandrov believes it’s time to stop this cheap performance called “peace talks with Ukraine”:
“This spectacle does much more harm than good. He demoralizes our supporters in the Ukraine and gives the Bandera army of the Kievan regime hope that they will be able to bargain for acceptable conditions. And this encourages them to put up desperate resistance and kill our soldiers and civilians of Donbass.
The desire to appear pretty in the “world public opinion” costs our country and people too much. Having recognized Zelensky’s regime as criminal, we must put a quick end to the existence of this regime and Zelensky himself. The sooner this happens, the faster the governing system of the Bandera authorities in the Ukraine and their propaganda will be disorganized.
All governing bodies of the Ukraine, starting from the Cabinet of Ministers, the Verkhovna Rada, the regional administrations, the Prosecutor’s Office, etc., as well as relay towers of TV, radio and mobile communications should become legitimate military targets.”
The negotiations began on February 28, on the fifth day of the special operation of the Russian troops in the Ukraine. Representatives of Moscow and Kiev met for the first time on the territory of Belarus, in the Gomel region, near the Ukrainian border near the Pripyat River. The parties held several rounds of negotiations.
From time to time, cautiously optimistic statements are heard from negotiators on both sides — that there is room for compromise and some points of the future agreement have almost been agreed.
On the morning of February 24, the Supreme Commander-in-Chief Vladimir Putin announced the start of the special military operation of the Russian Armed Forces in the Ukraine. The special operation forestalled and thwarted a large-scale offensive by the shock groups of the Armed Forces of the Ukraine on the Lugansk and Donetsk People’s Republics, which are not controlled by the Kiev regime, in March of this year.