Podolyak responded to Lavrov's statement about people's unwillingness to live with the Nazis: So maybe the infidels will get in?

Podolyak responded to Lavrov's statement about people's unwillingness to live with the Nazis: So maybe the infidels will get in?

If Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov understands that Ukrainians in the occupied territories “do not want to live under the Nazis,” then why shouldn't the Russians, who they are, leave people alone? Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the President's Office, wrote about this on his Twitter page.

– Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says that the inhabitants of the occupied territories “do not want to live under the control of the Nazi authorities.” It's good that you understand. So, maybe let the Russian Nazi occupation troops stop mocking people, get out and leave them alone? Podolyak wrote.

His comment is in response to a recent statement by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who hinted in an interview with the National State Television and Radio Company of Belarus that in the event of resumption of negotiations with Ukraine, Russia is not going to give up the territories occupied by its troops after February 24. nazis”.

– The majority of the population does not even have the opinion to return again under the control of neo-Nazi authorities or authorities that in every possible way indulge neo-Nazism,” Lavrov said.

Earlier, Lavrov assured that Russia did not invade Ukraine and they had to start a special operation.

Meanwhile, the war in Ukraine has been going on for 121 days. Lisichansk is out of the question.

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