Russian operations in Ukraine to continue with minimizing losses: President Vladimir Putin

The Russian president also dismissed the ‘Bucha massacre’ by calling it as “fake.”

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On Tuesday, April 12, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that the operations in Ukraine will continue by minimizing the losses, reported AFP.

President Putin was addressing the war for the first time in public. “Russia to calmly continue Ukraine operation, minimising losses,” said the president. He also signalled the West of action against the sanctions “We don’t intend to be isolated from “It is impossible to severely isolate anyone in the modern world especially such a vast county as Russia.”

The Russian president also dismissed the ‘Bucha massacre’ by calling it as “fake.” Several countries have condemned the killings in Bucha by Russian forces, videos & images of the massacre were viral on social media.

President Putin also blamed Ukraine for delaying peace talks. “Ukraine’s inconsistency over demands slowing down peace talks with Russia,” said Putin. Meanwhile, the war is about to enter its 49th day & there is still no chance of ending it anytime soon.