The master of the Kremlin now believes that the purpose of the so-called “special operation” is to protect Russia itself.
On Wednesday, January 25, 11 months after the Russian Federation’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a new goal of the “special operation,” as he calls the Kremlin-instigated war.
About this are reported Russian Telegram channels with reference to the speech of the owner of the Kremlin to students of Moscow State University.
According to Putin, the purpose of the “special operation” is primarily “the protection of people and the protection of Russia itself.”
The Russian president also hinted at the Kremlin’s desire to “liberate Europe”.
In particular, he unexpectedly announced that “US occupation troops are legally present on the territory of Germany”. He motivated this statement by the fact that after the Second World War, the United States did not sign the document recognizing the independence of Germany.
While brainwashing the students, Putin also stated that “Europe will regain its sovereignty sooner or later, but it will probably take time.”
We will remind you that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin last week for the first time in his 23 years in power suffered two major hardware failures.