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Putin tells the West it is “impossible” to defeat Russia in Ukraine

Putin tells the West it is “impossible” to defeat Russia in Ukraine

He said: “There was a clamor and clamor about inflicting a strategic defeat on Russia on the battlefield, but now they seem to realize that this is difficult to achieve, if at all possible. In my opinion, this is impossible by definition.” “It will never happen.”

He also took the opportunity to send a message to the US Congress, where, under Trump's influence, Republicans have become increasingly reluctant to continue supporting Ukraine with weapons and military aid.

“I will say what we say on this issue and what we convey to American leaders. If they really want to stop the fighting, they should stop supplying them with weapons,” he said.

When asked if Moscow would consider invading other countries in the region such as Poland and Latvia, both NATO members, Putin replied: “Not interested.”

Carlson asked: “Can you imagine a scenario in which Russian forces are sent to Poland?” Putin replied: “Only in one case, if Poland attacks Russia.” He added: “We have no interest in Poland, Latvia or anywhere else. Why would we do this? We simply have no interest.”

In addition, the Russian President ruled out that relations between Washington and Moscow would change with the election of a new US president on November 5, perhaps in a confrontation between Democrat Joe Biden and Trump.

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