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Russia celebrated the 8th anniversary of the annexation of Crimea. According to many experts, Russian leader Putin occupies a position at the annexation celebration, which marks the beginning of Russia’s path to Ukraine’s invasion. During the speech, while the television broadcast was interrupted, the Kremlin and those who saw the ceremony made different and contradictory statements …
Russian President Vladimir Putin attended a celebration held in the capital Moscow on the anniversary of the annexation of Russia in Crimea and appeared in front of thousands of people.
In 2014, the 8th anniversary of Russia’s annexation of Crimean from Ukraine, a large-scale celebration was held in Moscow, the capital of Russia. After the march in the city center, nearly 100,000 people went to Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow to see the concert held here. The surprise guest for the concert at the stadium was Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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Putin, who stood on the stage under the love of thousands of people, said, “It was our common destiny that those who participated in the referendums held in Crimean and Sevastopol on March 18, 2014 wanted to unify their lands. They lived in their land and wanted to live a common fate with their historic home, Russia. They have the right to do so and they have achieved their goals. First of all, let’s celebrate their holiday, it’s their holiday. congratulation! During this time, Russia has done a lot to grow Crimea and Sevastopol. I had to do something that wasn’t immediately visible to the naked eye. The main objectives are gas supply, energy supply, joint services, road network restoration, new roads, highways and new bridges, “he said of his investment in Crimea.
Alleged “genocide” from Putin
In the continuation of his speech, Putin claimed that the genocide had been carried out by Ukraine in the Donbas region, saying, “In fact, the Crimean and Sevastopol inhabitants did the right thing by putting a tough barrier in front of the neo-Nazis and the transnationalists. What happened in other areas, and what’s still happening, is to see this best. People who lived and tried to live in Donbus also did not participate in this coup. They launched a military operation (against the people of Donbus) to punish them, and shortly thereafter they blocked the place. They were systematically bombarded and bombarded. This is all called genocide.‘He recorded.
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Putin said, touching on the reasons for the military operations they started in Ukraine, “Saving people from the pain of this genocide. This is the main and complete goal of the military operations initiated in Donbus and Ukraine.” Said.
In his speech, Putin argued that the war with Ukraine was aimed at preventing “genocide.”
Strange attention at the ceremony
Putin had little time to finish his speech, but what happened attracted worldwide attention. The speech that was being broadcast live on TV suddenly stopped, and the song began to be broadcast. While Putin disappeared from the screen, the song of Russian artist Oleg Gazmanov began to be played.
After such a short broadcast, Putin’s speech, which lasted about five minutes, was rebroadcast from start to finish. At the end of the speech, Putin got off the stage to applaud as if there was a live broadcast.
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The Kremlin made a statement about the incident. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov described the on-air incident as a “technical glitch” and did not provide further details. Witnesses present at the time of the incident said Putin’s speech was not confused or delayed. He said Russian leaders went on stage and left without interruption after his speech.
On the other hand, many Russians who came to the ceremony hung up a flag with the letter “Z”, which symbolized Russia’s occupation of Ukraine.
According to information provided by Russian and global news agencies, many people working in Russian state institutions were invited to increase their participation in the ceremony. Messages were sent to executives and students through channels such as Telegram, inviting them to attend the ceremony.
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Before Putin’s speech began, the current popular Russian song was performed along with the Russian national anthem. The celebration also included a song from a group called Lyube, which Putin loved so much. The band’s lyrics include themes such as war, nationalism, and the honor of fighting for Russia.
At the ceremony, poems praising Russia were read and songs were performed.
The Russian poet Fyodor Tyutchev was also unforgettable at the ceremony. The celebration also included the knees of the poet Russian, “Europeans want to make you a slave to enlightenment.”
Human rights groups like Cent. He announced that an independent journalist who wanted to follow the ceremonies in Moscow and St. Petersburg was detained. At least seven journalists were reportedly detained.