Putin refutes claims of Russia’s intent to invade Europe


TORZHOK, Russia/TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin has slammed allegations that Russia is planning to fight against Europe as utter nonsense.

“As for the allegations that we are planning to invade Europe after Ukraine, this is utter nonsense meant solely to intimidate their population to make them pay more money,” he said at a meeting with military pilots in the Tver Region.

He noted that this narrative unfolds “amid the slumping economy and deteriorating living standards.” “This is absolutely clear and is acknowledged by everyone. This is not propaganda. This is what is really happening. They need to justify themselves, so they are intimidating their population with a potential Russian threat while seeking to expand their dictation onto the entire world,” Putin stressed.


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