The fourth day of the Russian-Ukrainian war! Abe: Putin attacked Ukraine to protect Russia | International | New Head Shell Newtalk

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. (File photo) Photo: Official website of the Prime Minister’s Residence

Russian President Vladimir Putin ignored the sanctions of many countries and announced a “special military operation” against Ukraine on the 24th. At present, Ukraine has been attacked by the Russian army from the north, east and south. The Russian army is even pressing the capital Kiev, causing a global uproar . However, former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said bluntly on the program: “Putin attacked Ukraine only to protect Russia’s security.”

According to the Japanese media “Daily” (デイリー), Shinzo Abe talked about Russian President Vladimir Putin who recently sent troops to Ukraine when he participated in the Fuji TV program “Sunday Report THE PRIME” on the 27th. He said Putin would never allow NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) to expand, even to Ukraine. And Abe Shinzo also said that in the past 27 Japan-Russia summits, Putin has repeatedly disclosed to himself his distrust of US-Russian relations.

Abe went on to mention that NATO verbally promised that it would not continue to expand, but now it is deploying missiles in Poland. “So Putin will only launch actions based on the position of defending Russia and ensuring security.” He said more bluntly, in the past When the summit was alone with Putin, Putin reluctantly said to him that “NATO does not abide by the agreement.”

Russia’s war on Ukraine has entered its fourth day today, with Belarusian democrats announcing that they will join the ranks of defending Ukraine, emphasizing that they will fight side by side with their “neighbors”. The United States, the United Kingdom, the European Union and other countries and organizations also issued a joint statement yesterday, promising to expel certain Russian banks from the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT).

Russian President Vladimir Putin ignored the sanctions of many countries and announced a “special military operation” against Ukraine on the 24th. At present, Ukraine has been attacked by the Russian army from the north, east and south. The Russian army is even pressing the capital Kiev, causing a global uproar .

However, former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said bluntly on the program: “Putin attacked Ukraine only to protect Russia’s security.”

Russia launched a full-scale aggression, the Ukrainian capital Kiev was affected, and the Chernobyl nuclear power plant was also controlled by the armed forces (file photo).Picture: Taken from the Facebook of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense

Russia launched a full-scale aggression, the Ukrainian capital Kiev was affected, and the Chernobyl nuclear power plant was also controlled by the armed forces (file photo).Picture: Taken from the Facebook of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense

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