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Putin has two options: surrender or repeat Hitler's fate

May 19, 2023

Russian President Vladimir Putin has two ways out of the current situation: surrender or repeat the fate of Adolf Hitler, who committed suicide at the end of World War II.


According to Ukrinform's correspondent in New York, this was stated by Ukraine's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Sergiy Kyslytsya, at a meeting of the UN Security Council convened by Moscow to "condemn" the supply of weapons to Ukraine.

"The racist criminal bunker grandfather has two options: either to surrender or to repeat what happened in another bunker on April 30, 1945," Kyslytsya said, without naming any names.

He emphasized that Ukraine will continue to fight "until every Ukrainian citizen and every piece of our sovereign land is liberated and Russia suffers a military defeat in Ukraine."

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"We will continue to strengthen international solidarity until all Russian war criminals are brought to justice," he added, emphasizing that a formula for a comprehensive, just, and lasting peace already exists, and its main element is compliance with the UN Charter, in particular concerning the territorial integrity of states. If Russia is interested in survival, it must grasp this resolution as a lifeline and follow the path to peace that it outlines," Kyslytsia said.

According to him, "The time has come for the Russian hordes to withdraw their troops from the occupied territories of Ukraine without any delay - and not in cars stolen from the Ukrainian population."

He emphasized that hundreds of thousands of illegal Russian migrants should leave Crimea.

Finally, Kyslytsya addressed the Russian representatives in Russian.

"I am forced to address the representatives of the criminal Putin regime in the language of their Deputy Foreign Minister, a certain (Sergey) Ryabkov. It's time to follow the instructions of your boss, who in January last year dared to say what you should have done yourself: "Pack your bags and go" at the turn of 1991.

Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 19/05/2023

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