O Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak responded Monday to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who accused his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelensky, of “covering up Ukraine’s glorification of Nazism” and the “Holocaust”.
Putin said, during a meeting of the ‘Victory’ committee, responsible for organizing the celebrations of the anniversary of the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany, that it was “extremely abhorrent” that “a Jew” like Zelensky covered up Nazism in Ukraine.
On the social network X (formerly Twitter), the adviser to the Ukrainian president considered that Putin’s statements were about “a justification for Russian war crimes in Ukraine”.
“Once again, a person who deliberately gives orders to attack other countries with missiles, mass killing, rape, kidnapping children and razing cities and villages presents a new justification for his internal inadequacy,” Podolyak accused, adding that “this is yet another confirmation that the Russian president lives in his own world, in an artificial bubble isolated from reality”.
A person who does not use phones or computers calls for looking at what “Jews write on the Internet about President Zelenskyy” as a justification for Russian war crimes in Ukraine. Once again, a person who deliberately gives orders to attack another country with missiles, kill en…
— Mykhailo Podolyak (@Podolyak_M) September 5, 2023
For Podolyak, such shows that Putin “he is completely incapacitated and it is impossible to negotiate with him”.
“Putin is not a rational actor worth investing in long-term partnerships: this should be clear to actors in all parts of the world”, he stressed.
In his statements, the Russian president further stated that “Western curators have placed a person at the head of modern Ukraine – an ethnic Jew, with Jewish roots, with Jewish origins” to “cover up an anti-human essence that is the basis… of the modern Ukrainian state”.
“And that makes the whole situation extremely disgusting, as a Jew of Jewish ethnicity is covering up the glorification of Nazism and covering up those who led the Holocaust in Ukraine at one point – and this is the extermination of a million and a half of people”shot Putin.
The conflict between Ukraine and Russia began with the aim, according to Vladimir Putin, of “denazifying” and demilitarizing Ukraine for Russia’s security. The operation was condemned by the international community in general.
The UN confirmed that almost ten thousand civilians died and more than 17 thousand were wounded in the war, underlining that the real numbers will be much higher and can only be known when there is access to fenced areas or under intense fighting.
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