jueves, 29 de febrero de 2024

Russia: Putin lauds Ukraine gains, threatens West in speech © 2024 Deutsche Welle +++

Russia: Putin lauds Ukraine gains, threatens West in speech Russian President Vladimir Putin began his speech with a series of references to the war in Ukraine and what he claimed was widespread public support for it. He was speaking just weeks before presidential elections. https://www.dw.com/en/russia-putin-lauds-ukraine-gains-threatens-west-in-speech/a-68401286 © 2024 Deutsche Welle Yulia Navalnaya addresses European Parliament Nicolas Kumanoff Yulia Navalnaya rebukes Vladimir Putin: In a speech to the European Parliament, the widow of the late Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny describes Russia's president as a "bloody monster" who must answer for what he's done to Ukraine and to her husband. https://www.dw.com/en/yulia-navalnaya-addresses-european-parliament/video-68400641 © 2024 Deutsche Welle Navalny was about to be released in prisoner swap, ally says Amien Essif Talks to exchange Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny for an FSB hit man in prison in Germany were in the "final stages" just before Navalny died, Maria Pevchikh, a close ally, said. Russian President Vladimir Putin could not tolerate the thought of Navalny being freed, she alleged. https://www.dw.com/en/navalny-was-about-to-be-released-in-prisoner-swap-ally-says/video-68380857 © 2024 Deutsche Welle

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