Vladimir Putin is preparing an evacuation plan in case he loses war against Ukraine
The Russian President has drawn up a rescue plan. © supplied by Bang Showbiz Vladimir Putin Vladimir Putin and his relatives have prepared an evacuation plan in the event of a defeat of the Russian army in Ukraine, according to the Telegram SVR channel, which affirms that this comes from the interior of Kremlin.
Yury Kot, leader of the pro-Russian Ukrainian movement ‘Parus’, Russia has dropped an atomic bomb in London and Washington. © supplied by Bang Showbiz Vladimir Putin
An ally of Vladimir Putin called for London to be completely destroyed by an atomic bomb.
Yury Kot, leader of the pro-Russian Ukrainian movement ‘published’, took advantage of his passage to Russian television to affirm that Western countries gave a fictitious version of reality, especially around the nuclear power plant in Zaporijia.
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for several days, bombs are raining around the area and Russia and Ukraine are mutually bombing the largest nuclear power plant in Europe.
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Kot said: “We face reality. We must say it to Ukraine and the countries that support it - Great Britain and America first ... and be clear.
He added: "If the Zaporijia nuclear power plant is damaged and a disaster occurs, two missiles will immediately strike your decision -making centers. One in Washington, the other in London. Nuclear power. And that's it ... there will be no more discussion.
The Russian President has recently been accused of setting up a scenario in order to deliberately target the plant and thus be able to use this as an excuse to use nuclear weapons.
For its part, Volodymyr Zelensky invited the world to remember the accident of the Chernobyl plant in 1986, recalling that this type of disaster should no longer happen again.
Vladimir Putin is “unlikely to be successful” according to the British Minister of Defense. .
British Defense Minister Ben Wallace said that the Russian occupation of Vladimir Putin is "unlikely". © supplied by Bang Showbiz Vladimir Putin British Defense Minister Ben Wallace said that the Russian occupation of Vladimir Putin is "unlikely". For the British Minister of Defense, the Russian occupation "weakens" and "begins to fail in many areas" while Thursday (11.08.22) at a conference in Copenhagen, the United Kingdom promised To an increased Ukraine, an increased financial and military