Putin warns about attempts to destroy Russia

Putin, who appeared this Wednesday on national channels, made a call to refer to the necessary and urgent steps that the country must take in order to protect its sovereignty, security and territorial integrity.

In his speech, the president of the Eurasian giant stressed that the purpose of the West is to weaken, divide and finally destroy Russia, as they did at the time with the Soviet Union.

According to Putin, those forces encouraged international terrorist gangs in the Caucasus, and promoted the offensive infrastructure of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization near Russian borders.

Likewise, the president specified, they made total Russophobia their weapon, even for decades they deliberately cultivated hatred towards Russia, mainly in Ukraine, and the Ukrainian people themselves were turned into cannon fodder and pushed into war with Moscow.

In this regard, the decision on a preventive military operation was absolutely necessary and the only possible one, Putin said, adding that its main goal, which is the liberation of the entire territory of Donbas, remains unchanged.

The president also specified that his country will do everything possible to hold the referendums in the self-proclaimed people’s republics of Donetsk and Lugansk and in the regions of Kherson and Zaporozhie.

These four territories reported that the consultations will be held in unison between September 23 and 27.

Finally, in his message to the nation, Putin announced that he had signed a decree for the partial mobilization of reservists with the aim of defending the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

This partial mobilization, the president specified, will begin this Wednesday and involves the call-up only for reservists and, above all, for those who did military service.

The reservists, he stressed, will receive additional military training taking into account the experience of the special operation for the liberation of Donetsk and Lugansk.



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