“We are not chasing deadlines”: Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation spoke about Putin’s goals in the war against Ukraine

Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Nikolai Patrushev commented on the full-scale war that the Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin launched in the Ukrainian territories.

The Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation said that Russia does not limit itself to terms in the war against Ukraine . According to him, the aggressor country sets itself the task of completely “eradicating Nazism” in Ukraine, which is allegedly now supported by England and the United States.

Patrushev said this in an interview with the Arguments and Facts newspaper. He also noted that all the goals set by the President of Russia will be fulfilled.

“We are not chasing deadlines. Nazism must either be eradicated by 100%, or it will raise its head in a few years, and in an even more ugly form. All the goals set by the President of Russia will be fulfilled. It cannot be otherwise, since the truth is, including historical, is on our side,” Patrushev said.

Putin’s henchman hypocritically claims that “the fate of Ukraine will be determined by the people living on its territory,” while the Russian Federation allegedly “has never controlled the fate of sovereign states.”

Patrushev added that “Russia has the right to demand reparations from the countries that sponsored the Nazis in Ukraine and the criminal Kyiv regime.”

“It is Russia that has the right to demand reparations from the countries that sponsored the Nazis in Ukraine and the criminal Kyiv regime. The DPR and LPR should demand compensation from them for all material damage for 8 years of aggression. And the Ukrainian people themselves deserve reparations from the main instigators of the conflict , that is, the United States and England, forcing Ukrainians to fight, support neo-Nazis, supply them with weapons, send their military advisers and mercenaries,” he said.

Recall that on Tuesday, May 24, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that the Russian Federation was allegedly slowing down the pace of the “special operation.” They do this allegedly in order to avoid casualties among the civilian population and to provide an opportunity for people to evacuate.

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