Putin: Statements about Russia’s plans to attack Europe are nonsense

Putin: Statements about Russia’s plans to attack Europe are nonsense

Statements about Russia’s alleged plans to attack Europe after Ukraine are rubbish and nonsense, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said.

The head of state held a conversation with military pilots during his working trip to Torzhok.

“What they say about the fact that we are going to attack Europe after Ukraine – this is complete nonsense, intimidation of their population solely to beat money out of them, out of their people. Especially against the background of the fact that the economy is shrinking and living standards are falling. It’s obvious, everyone recognises it,” Putin said, speaking to pilots.

According to him, US satellites are “afraid of big, strong Russia,” although they do it in vain.

“We have no aggressive intentions towards these states,” the Russian president stressed.

“This is utter nonsense – the possibility of attacking some other countries, Poland, the Baltics, the Czechs are being frightened. It’s just nonsense. Another way to deceive their population and to extract additional expenses from people, to make them bear this burden on their shoulders, that’s all,” Putin added.

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