NewsZelensky brands Putin "the biggest window for terror" amid allegations

Zelensky brands Putin "the biggest window for terror" amid allegations

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called Russian dictator Vladimir Putin "the biggest window for terror."
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called Russian dictator Vladimir Putin "the biggest window for terror."
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8:04 AM EDT, March 26, 2024

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy labeled Russian leader Vladimir Putin as "the biggest window for terror." This statement came in response to recent assertions from the Kremlin, which insinuated that individuals responsible for a harrowing terrorist assault on a concert hall near Moscow had attempted to flee to Ukrainian territory.

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy vehemently condemned Putin in a speech that aired from Monday to Tuesday, accusing him of persistently attempting to pin various problems on Ukraine. "Today, Putin was once again speaking to himself, and, as usual, his sentiments were broadcast on television. Once again, he lays the blame at Ukraine's doorstep. He's a sick and cynical entity. In his eyes, everyone is a terrorist except for himself, even though his own reign has been steeped in terror for the last twenty years," Zelenskyy remarked.

Zelenskyy stressed that it is Putin, rather than Ukraine, who is the real harbinger of terror. "He is the primary conduit for terror, alongside his intelligence agencies. The craving for terror and violence will vanish with his departure, for it is his demand alone," Zelenskyy emphatically stated.

"Terrorists Sought Refuge in Ukraine"

On Monday, Vladimir Putin reiterated his claim that the assailants of the Moscow vicinity incident were "radical Islamists." Moreover, the Russian leader insinuated the need to probe why, after executing the atrocity, the terrorists tried to seek refuge in Ukraine and who was there to receive them.

The catastrophe at the Crocus City Hall in Krasnogorsk, close to Moscow, stands as one of the most gruesome incidents in recent history. It resulted in the death of at least 139 individuals, with over 180 sustaining injuries. The recovery operations within the remnants of the building are projected to continue until at least Tuesday evening.

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