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“Putin is a crocodile,” says Boris Johnson

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has called Russian President Vladimir Putin a crocodile.

“I do not really see how the Ukrainians can easily sit down and come to some kind of agreement. “How can you negotiate with a crocodile when it has your foot in its jaw?” said Boris Johnson during his trip to India.

Putin is a crocodile says Boris Johnson
PHOTO: Kremlin.ru

“I think it’s very difficult to see how the Ukrainians can negotiate with Putin now, given the apparent lack of good faith and his obvious strategy, which is to try to devour and occupy as much of Ukraine as possible. “And then he might negotiate from a position of power or even launch another attack on Kyiv,” he added.

Also, Johnson argued that Britain and NATO should continue to deliver arms to Ukraine, but he emphasized that the objectives of Ukrainian President Zelenskyy to win in Donbas are ambitious, as this territory is Russia’s main military target.

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