Vladimir Putin considers it "inevitable" to bomb the Ukrainian infrastructure
Negotiations to end the war in Ukraine do not yet seem to be on the agenda. View Ononews © Mikhail Metzel/Sputnik Russian President Vladimir Putin. "necessary and inevitable": this is how Vladimir Putin justified the bombing that ravaged on Friday, just when winter arrives, the Ukrainian energy infrastructure, leaving millions of civilians in the dark and the cold .
© Screenshot/@Gerashchenko_en Ex-Duma member Boris Nadeschdin spoke of Russia on state television.
ex-Duma member fears in Putin's state TV "dissolution" of Russia and even criticizes Kremlin
in Russia, not all politicians are optimistic about the Ukraine war. An ex-duma member fears the "resolution" of the country-and even criticizes the Kremlin.
Munich-The Russian military situation in Ukraine, which is unexpectedly difficult for Moscow, the high losses, defeats such as in Cherson and the increasing, international isolation: these and other factors mean that more and more people in Russia question the Ukraine War .
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of those who express criticism of the "special military operation" of the Kremlin are also known from the political arena, such as the former Duma MP Boris Nadeschdin. In the KREML -related television station NTV, he spoke of the "risk of dissolution of the Russian Federation" - because of the war of aggression against Ukraine.
Ukraine War: Ex-Duma Member of the Member sees "Risk of dissolution" for Russia
"With the beginning of this special operation, the risk of dissolution of the Russian Federation has unfortunately rapidly started," warned Nadeschdin in a program in which he was a guest is. The corresponding section was published on Twitter by the consultant of the Ukrainian Ministry of the Interior, Anton Raschenko.
So many soldiers have lost Russia in the last 24 hours
© Z-Live News Kremlin.ru, Vladimir Putin Meeting with Government Minister, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons (image size changed) The Russian attack war does not run after Plan of the Kremlin. From the Putin dream of the Blitz War against Ukraine, a month has become a conflict that eats human life and money. There is no end in sight.
For this risk, the ex-MP saw two causes primarily. The first is the "ideological justification" of the war against Ukraine that Russians would live in Ukraine and therefore the state must also be Russian. "This justification undermines the basis of the statehood of the Russian Federation," emphasized the politician on the show. After all, other nations such as Tatars and Chechen would live in Russia. Thereupon other guests accused Nadeschdin of being a "provocateur" and taking an "anti-state position".
Ukraine War: Does an ex-MP Putin accuse an "unnecessary war"?
of this was not influenced by the ex-MP. Instead, he continued his arguments and spoke about the second cause. "States do not overthrow because any groups come together and say something," said Nadeschdin. Then he became surprisingly clear. His words should have actually meant criticism of the Kremlin: "States break together due to catastrophic mistakes of their own leadership," he said. This is the "real reason" for the collapse.
Nadeschdin also made a comparison to the First World War and stated that "the Russian government that the Russian Empire" had entered an "unnecessary war" with "disastrous mistakes". At the same time, he assured: "I don't indicate anything." Nevertheless, the parallels to the Ukraine war in the statements of the ex-MP were unmistakable. Without a doubt, Nadeschdin referred to Vladimir Putin's war against Ukraine and expressed skepticism. It remains to be seen whether this will have consequences for him. (bb)
end of the war in sight? Scholz provides further discussions with Putin in view of .
© provided by Z-Live News Image: Kremlin.ru, Putin-Scholz Meeting, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons, (no changes made) Chancellor Olaf Scholz provides further discussions With Russia's President Vladimir Putin. is again a termination of the war against Ukraine. "Our goal is that Russia ends its war of attack and that Ukraine defends its integrity," emphasizes Scholz to the "Süddeutsche Zeitung".