In a moment of enlightenment, the Russian dictator accidentally told the truth.
Russian dictator Vladimir Putin spoke the truth for the first time in a long time – he said that his speech was very difficult to listen to.
The master of the Kremlin made such a confession at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier near the Kremlin wall, where he came to lay a wreath on the occasion of the Russian “Defender of the Fatherland Day”. Talking to the participants of the crowd that had gathered before the ceremony, Putin mentioned a recent message to the Federal Assembly.
“You said about the message. And, you know, of course, it’s very difficult to listen to everything. It’s almost two hours long. I probably would have struggled to listen to it all myself if I had to listen. It’s easier to say than to listen,” Putin said.
Putin’s speech before the Federal Assembly
On February 21, the Russian president addressed the annual message to the Federal Assembly (Russian Parliament) and the people. For the most part, the speech was an attempt to justify the attack on Ukraine.
The only more or less significant part of the speech was the statement about the decision to suspend Russia’s participation in the nuclear weapons treaty. In fact, this means that the Russian Federation will stop sharing data about weapons, as stipulated in the treaty.
Commenting on Putin’s nuclear threats and his speech in general, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyi noted that the Russian Federation has already started communicating as a terrorist. According to him, the only difference between the Russian Federation and terrorists is that terrorists wear masks, while in the Russian Federation they do not even hide their faces.