Putin: All NATO Means Are Being Used Against Russia

Putin: All NATO Means Are Being Used Against Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin made statements at the meeting of his country’s Ministry of Defense. “Almost all NATO tools are used against Russia,” Putin said. Speaking at the same meeting, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said that the war in Ukraine will continue in 2023.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, arguing that NATO has used almost all means against Russia, said, “Russia will fulfill its duty. Our duty is to develop our military forces. Russia will increase its military potential.”

However, the Russian President, emphasizing the experience his country gained in Syria, said, “This military experience should be used. You should analyze the experience of NATO. We will continue to improve the preparations of the nuclear forces for war. Our strategic forces with modern weapons. All plans will be fulfilled.”



Speaking after Putin, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu claimed that Russia declared war to save the people in Ukraine from genocide and terrorism.
“The joint forces of the West are trying to ignore the blackmail. The Ukrainian army is being destroyed. We faced difficulties during the partial mobilization,” Shoigu said.
On the other hand, Shoigu said that Russia will continue its special military operation in Ukraine in 2023.



On the other hand, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky left for Washington, the capital of the USA. Zelenski will meet with Congressional officials and the chairs of the national security committees of the Republican and Democratic parties.
Zelenski and US President Joe Biden will hold a press conference at the White House as part of the trip, which will be Zelenskiy’s first known overseas visit since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24. Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitriy Peskov said that they do not expect a positive result. The result of Zelenski’s visit to the USA.

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