Russian President Vladimir Putin insisted this Friday to German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on the “Nazi ideology” of the forces that Russia is fighting in Ukraine, once again justifying its offensive. “Attention has been drawn to the continued violations of international humanitarian law by fighters advocating Nazi ideology and using terrorist methods,” the Kremlin said in a statement explaining the tenor of the Russian president’s remarks during a meeting. telephone interview with the German leader.

He also repeated that his offensive, denounced by the international community, aimed to protect the Russian-speaking population of eastern Ukraine. Vladimir Putin finally also accused kyiv once again of being the cause of the blockage of peace talks. The Russian authorities have repeatedly justified the assault on Ukraine by the country’s “neo-Nazi” drift.

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