Vladimir Putin says Ukraine conflict could lead to "radical breakdown" of American World Order

Vladimir Putin says Ukraine conflict could lead to "radical breakdown" of American World Order

Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the war in Ukraine could lead to the end of an international world order led by the United States.

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They should have realized that they have already lost from the beginning of our special military operation, Putin said. Its beginning is the beginning of a radical breakdown of the American world order. Putin said that the United States was involved in providing support to Ukraine and also imposing sanctions on Russia.

Putin said that the transition can no longer be stopped. The Russian President spoke out of hostile actions of Western countries like the United States.

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Why is Putin so critical of the Western countries, including the United States, for starting the war with Ukraine.

It was unleashed by this very collective West, organizing and then supporting an unconstitutional armed coup in Ukraine in 2014, and then encouraging and justifying genocide against people in Donbas, Putin said.

Putin also reported that Russia could only begin its military efforts.

We haven't started anything yet, by and large. Putin said Russia has not rejected peace talks and the more the conflict in Ukraine goes, the harder it will be for countries to negotiate with Russia.

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