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State Duma deputy Fedorov called Strelkov an enemy of Russia because of his remarks against Putin

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According to State Duma Deputy Yevgeny Fedorov, former DPR Defense Minister Igor Strelkov is an enemy of Russia. The reason lies in Strelkov’s accusations against Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Recall that Strelkov called the President of Russia a “rag” due to the fact that Putin did not launch a special operation in Ukraine in 2014. Fedorov noted that Putin did not have such an opportunity in 2014. The deputy also reacted to the form in which the ex-DPR minister expressed his thoughts.

  • If we are talking about insults, then if it is, then of course it is meanness. As for the specific event of 2014, they should be considered in the global balance of the systems. What sovereignty did Russia have for this in 14, ”the deputy told Putin in the telegram channel Telegram.

Furthermore, Fedorov noted that Strelkov’s statement could well be seen as discrediting the Russian military, which is a criminal violation. He clarified that such a decision would have to be made by the relevant authorities, but in his opinion, it could be a violation.

Whoever is for the fatherland cannot be against the national army. If a person is patriotic, then he is for the Russian army. If he is against the army, then he is not a patriot, if he is not a patriot, then he is an enemy, – summarized Fedorov.

Earlier, the “regional head” reported that Belarus called on the world community to negotiate over Ukraine at the UN session.

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