Russian TV offers not to stop at Ukrainian borders but ‘strike’ the world

Russian TV offers not to stop at Ukrainian borders but ‘strike’ the world

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During the Russian propagandist television show ‘Evening with Vladimir Solovyov’ on Russia-1, participants suggested that Russia should not stop at Ukrainian borders in terms of military actions but move forward.

The relevant fragment of the TV show was posted by an Ukrinform correspondent on YouTube.

“Most importantly, we cannot stop halfway. Let’s say, leave Lviv for somebody or something else. Then we just should not have started anything,” one of the invited guests said.

Russian TV propagandist Vladimir Solovyov supported these words.

“With such sanctions, who said we would need to stop at Ukrainian borders at all,” Solovyov noted.

The guest continued his speech: “Then they [Western countries – Ed.] will realize that Ukrainian borders are not important at all, and we can keep moving if they themselves do not sign the capitulation on our terms”.

According to Solovyov, the capitulation terms do not even include the recognition of Crimea or the so-called puppet republics DNR/LNR, as “they [the West – Ed.] are nobody to us”, i.e. Russia has much bigger plans now.

In addition, Solovyov considered the possibility of launching a nuclear strike, having cited the Russian comedy film, Demobbed (2000): “We will definitely strike. And not once. The whole world – into dust. But later”.


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