Ukraine War: Putin gives few clues in Victory Day speech

Prior to Victory Day, Moscow was full of rumours about what Putin might announce in his speech. …

He criticised (as usual) America, Nato and the government in Kyiv, claiming that their actions had put the security of Russia itself in danger. He made references (as usual) to “neo-Nazis” in Ukraine. We hear that a lot from Russian officials, who regularly voice the baseless claim that Ukraine has been overrun by fascists, ultra-nationalists and Nazi sympathisers.


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