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A Russian lawmaker is warning Friday that current feedback from Poland’s leaders are encouraging Moscow to “put it in first place within the queue for denazification after Ukraine.”
Russian State Duma Deputy Oleg Morozov, utilizing language Russia has sought to justify its bloody invasion of Ukraine, made the comment on his Telegram web page, in keeping with Russian state media.
“By its statements about Russia as a ‘most cancers tumor’ and in regards to the ‘indemnity’ that we should pay to Ukraine, Poland encourages us to place it in first place within the queue for denazification after Ukraine,” Morozov reportedly wrote.
On Tuesday, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki wrote a column for the Telegraph criticizing Russian President Vladimir Putin and the propaganda he’s spreading in regards to the warfare in Ukraine.
“Putin’s ‘Russkiy Mir’ ideology is the equal of Twentieth-century communism and Nazism. It’s an ideology by means of which Russia justifies invented rights and privileges for its nation,” Morawiecki stated. “Within the identify of this ideology Mariupol and dozens of Ukrainian cities had been razed because it despatched Russian troopers to warfare, satisfied them of their superiority, and inspired them to commit inhuman warfare crimes – the homicide, rape and torture of harmless civilians.”
“We can’t be below any illusions. This isn’t madness however a deliberate technique that has already opened the gates to genocide. ‘Russkiy Mir’ is a most cancers which is consuming not solely nearly all of Russian society, but additionally poses a lethal menace to the entire of Europe,” he added. “Subsequently it isn’t sufficient to help Ukraine in its army battle with Russia. We should root out this monstrous new ideology completely.”
In current feedback printed by the Russian Pravda website, Polish President Andrzej Duda stated “we deeply consider that the worldwide group… will drive Russia to pay an indemnity merely to revive what was destroyed in Ukraine.”
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has lasted 79 days.