British defense minister: Putin’s regime must face the same fate as the Nazis (comprehensive)

Speech in line with Russia’s ‘Victory Day’… “Putin and his entourage, reenacting fascism and dictatorship 70 years ago”

“There is a possibility that Ukraine will win and return to the state it was before February”

A photo of ‘PUTLER’, a combination of Putin and Hitler, appeared at the scene of the German anti-Russian protests

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(London, Seoul = Yonhap News) Correspondent Choi Yun-jeong, Correspondent Kim Ji-yeon = On the 9th (local time), the anniversary of the end of World War II (Russia’s Victory Day), the British Defense Minister said that Russian President Vladimir Putin and his close aides had a Nazi-like end. said it should be right.

British media, including Archyde.com, reported that Secretary of State Ben Wallace strongly criticized Russia while speaking at the British National Army Museum.

“President Putin and his aides and generals are showing what fascism and dictatorship looked like 70 years ago by invading Ukraine,” Wallace said.

“They are repeating the mistakes of the totalitarian regimes of the last century,” he said.

The Nazi war criminals who had lost the war were tried at the Nuremberg Trials shortly after World War II. In the trial where 24 people were charged, 12 were sentenced to death, 3 to life imprisonment, and 4 to fixed-term imprisonment.

“There is no victories, there is only disgrace,” Wallace said.

“Russian generals have conspired with Putin to use the proud history of their forefathers who sacrificed themselves for a higher purpose in defeating fascism,” Wallace said.

In particular, Wallace stressed that they are responsible for the huge losses on both sides of Ukraine and Russia and should face a military trial.

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaking in commemoration of the 76th anniversary of Victory Day last year
Russian President Vladimir Putin speaking in commemoration of the 76th anniversary of Victory Day last year

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“The Russian government is using the Victory Day celebrations to hide its poor leadership and miscalculations in Ukraine,” Wallace said.

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Putin’s invasion has failed at all stages so far, he explains, and the preparation and analysis of information was also the most thoroughly defeated.

In particular, Wallace said, “To justify this war, President Putin and his generals are heading to extremes to the point of tearing apart Russia’s past and future.”

“Those who seek to use the suffering of ordinary Russians as a springboard for their imperial ambitions should be ashamed,” Wallace said.

In response to Putin’s claims that the West was preparing for aggression, he said, “He has been telling fairy tales for months.” “NATO, Britain and Eastern Europe have no plans to invade Russia.”

“There is a chance that Ukraine’s victory over the Russians will return to pre-February conditions or will force the Russians to virtually withdraw,” he predicted.

But no matter what happens in Ukraine, Putin will be there for the time being, he added.

Wallace later spoke of Russian barbarism in Ukraine in a lecture at King’s College London, noting that Putin’s success could be an incredibly dangerous message, the BBC reported.

merciel@yna.co.kr

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