13.5 C

Putin suggests Ukraine ‘does not dance to someone else’s rhythm’, asserts Western countries profit from war



President Vladimir Putin today accused Ukraine of widespread use of cluster munitions on the battlefield on behalf of the United States.

President Vladimir Putin this Friday resorted to the metaphor of a dance to defend the current military offensive against Ukraine.

The Russian leader called on Ukraine’s government “not to dance to someone else’s rhythm,” suggesting Western countries were using Kiev to gain political advantage from the conflict.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken recently said, “It takes two people to tango” in reference to virtual peace talks.

As a result, President Putin said, “Tango is good,” but what Ukraine must do is “never forget how to dance the traditional dance “Hopak.”

In this sense, he noted, the United States is the first country that “doesn’t know how to tango” because it “tries to solve all problems from a position of strength.”

“They try to teach others the procedure even though they themselves don’t know the procedure and don’t want to learn it,” the newspaper added. TASS News Agency.

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, who received this Friday from President Putin, continued the metaphor to remember “the dance that began in Belarus.”

This occurred several weeks after the invasion began, and was “subsequently continued in Istanbul,” implying that initial attempts at dialogue had failed.

Then, according to Lukashenko, Washington “gave instructions” to Kiev, and negotiations eventually broke down.

Putin initially insisted that Russia was not opposed to any dialogue, but he also called for willingness from Ukraine. In this sense, he “hasn’t heard anything from the other side,” the Russian president lamented.

Source: Biobiochile

Subscribe to our magazine


━ more like this

After almost five months of strike, an agreement in principle has been reached with the screenwriters, but not yet with the actors

Progress on negotiations between Hollywood studios and the Screenwriters Guild In Hollywood, after 146 days of strike, the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and...

Macron: France withdraws ambassador and military forces from Niger

A military junta has been in power since JulyFrench President Emmanuel Macron has announced that France will withdraw its ambassador from Niger, and that...

Celje 10:0, Olimpija’s spell in Šisna and Maribor’s September zero

Echoes after the ninth round of the Slovenian football leagueFor the undefeated Celje in the Slovenian football championship, only Koper is holding their breath....

Inaugural meeting of the working group for the construction of Nek2, Prime Minister Robert Golob will also be present

The installation of Nek2 could not happen until 2037The working group for the coordination of preparatory activities for the project of the new nuclear...


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here