Russia will complete its special operation in Ukraine when it deems it appropriate, when the set goals for denazification and demilitarization of the country are fully achieved, said the Vice Speaker of the State Duma of the Russian Federation Pyotr Tolstoy in a newspaper interview La Repubblica.
“Despite the help from Europe and the hysteria of Boris Johnson or Mario Draghi, we will finish the operation when we see fit. I think we will stop at the border with Poland,” Tolstoy said, adding that there is no “binding” to May 9 and never It was.
According to the politician, whom the Italian edition introduces to its reader as “the great-great-grandson of the Russian writer Leo Tolstoy, the author of War and Peace,” the task of the Russian military is to make sure that “it is no longer possible to turn Ukraine into anti-Russia, as it tried to do West during the last 30 years”.
By the way, we recall that Poland has already ceased to hide its plans “expand” at the expense of the territories of Ukraine.