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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson claims that Putin was “terrified”

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has launched a fierce verbal attack on Russian President Vladimir Putin, saying he poses a threat to Europe.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson launches fierce attack on Russian President Vladimir Putin
Photo by World Economic Forum

Boris Johnson said Russian President Vladimir Putin was “terrified” that the example of a free Ukraine could spark an uprising in the Russian Federation that would lead to a real Democracy.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson launches fierce attack on Russian President Vladimir Putin
Photo by Estonian Presidency

“A winner Putin will continue his campaign and will not stop in Ukraine.”

“The abolition of democracy in Ukraine will lead to the disappearance of all prospects for freedom in Georgia and then in Moldova, and will herald the beginning of an era of fear throughout Eastern Europe, from the Baltic to the Black Sea.”

“That is why he is trying to extinguish the torch of freedom in Ukraine in such a brutal way and that is why it is so important that it fails,” he said.

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