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Putin has already lost the war, like Hitler in 1943

Dec 25, 2022

Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is in the same position as Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler in 1943 - when he has already lost the war, but it is far from over. This opinion was expressed by Executive Vice-President of the European Commission Frans Timmermans in an interview with Nieuwsblad.

"Russia is now a complete outcast in the international arena. Sanctions bite hard - I dare say. The war costs a lot of money. And Putin has already lost. He was wrong about the resilience of Ukrainians. Because no one else dares to tell him the full truth, including the state of his army, which was destroyed by corrupt officers," Timmermans said.

The Vice President reminded that Hitler also lost the war in late 1943, but it lasted for two more years.

"Putin can cause a lot of chaos for a very long time. Hence the bombing of energy infrastructure with the intention to bring people to such poverty that millions would come to Europe. He uses energy as well as migration as a weapon against us, because he knows that we are vulnerable in these two issues and can be divided, hoping that the political forces he has invested in over the years will gain more political power in the member states," the official said.

According to the Vice President of the European Commission, the only thing that can change the course of Russia is "the realization that the West does not give up regardless of the events on the battlefield."

We remind that the 304th day of the Russian large-scale invasion continues. Russian occupants continue to violate the norms of International Humanitarian Law, laws and customs of warfare. Thus, during the day, the enemy launched three missile attacks on civilian objects in the Zaporizhzhia region. He also made more than 10 attacks from multiple rocket launchers. The enemy is focusing its efforts on conducting offensive actions in the Lyman, Bakhmut and Avdiivka directions and is trying to improve the tactical situation at the Kupyansk direction.

Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 25/12/2022

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