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Crimean leader Aksyonov urged to continue ‘kneading’ Ukrainian infrastructure Russia

Russian armed forces should continue to strike Ukraine’s infrastructure. This will help protect local residents against propaganda calls from President Volodymyr Zelensyy, said the head of the Republic of Crimea, Sergei Aksyonov.

“I am sure that we must continue to ‘knead’ the Ukrainian infrastructure in order to deprive at least all these creatures of the technical ability to clog people’s air and brains with their screams,” Aksyonov wrote on his channel. Telegram.

By “creatures”, the leader of Crimea meant the summit of the Kiev regime, where he called the president of Ukraine the main “ghoul”. This is how Aksyonov reacted to another statement by Volodymyr Zelensyy about the preparation of the Ukrainian armed forces for the capture of Crimea.

– Human lives in the eyes of this creature, living in a state of narcotic intoxication and endless spectacle, have no value. For him and his accomplices, everything is public relations, thanks to which you can get even more money, power, weapons and personal fame, Aksenov said.

He stressed that the Kiev elite is convinced that the Western master will help them. But, as history shows, they usually don’t do a ceremony with “consumables.”

“Well, and the Crimea and the new regions of Russia, freed from the clutches of the Nazis, the drug addict with Bankova will not see his ears,” Sergey Aksenov concluded.

Earlier, Glavny Regionalny wrote that the leader of Crimea supports the idea of ​​the Chairman of the State Duma on the confiscation of property for discrediting the army.

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