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Putin blamed the US for dragging the war in Ukraine out, even though he could call Russian troops home at any moment

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Russian President Vladimir Putin. Getty Images
Putin on Tuesday accused the US of dragging out the war in Ukraine.
"They need conflicts to retain their hegemony," Putin said of the US.
The Russian leader ignored the the reality that he could call Russia's troops home whenever he wants.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday suggested that the US was deliberately attempting to prolong the Ukraine war in order to preserve its power. His remarks ignored the fact that he could call Russian troops home whenever he wants. "They need conflicts to retain their hegemony," Putin said of the US...
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