President Vladimir Putin Threatens Historical Consequences For Anyone Who Interferes With Russia's Invasion Of Ukraine

President Vladimir Putin Threatens Historical Consequences For Anyone Who Interferes With Russia’s Invasion Of Ukraine

President Vladimir Putin announced a “special military operation” in Ukraine on Wednesday. Shortly afterwards, multiple news sources confirmed Russian troops had invaded the country. Viewers could hear explosions as media, such as ABC News, broke stories of the invasion. President Joe Biden responded to the news via a series of tweets. He declared that the United States will unite with our allies and partners to “respond in a united and decisive way,” including imposing “severe sanctions.”

Vladimir Explains The Invasion 

Hours later, President Vladimir delivered his own message to anyone who plans on disrupting Russia’s operation. The speech aired early Thursday morning in Moscow, Russia, according to Insider.

President Putin gave two breakaway republics within Ukraine recognition as independent on Monday, per CBS News. The “People’s Republics” of Donetsk and Luhansk are located in Ukraine’s Donbas region. In his speech, Putin addressed his reason for invading Ukraine. He said the republics asked for Russia’s help.

“I decided to conduct a special military operation,” President Putin said per The New York Times. “Its goal is the protection of people who, during eight years, suffer from abuse and genocide from the Kyiv regime.”

Vladimir Gives Interference Warning

In a later part of his speech, President Putin made it clear that no one will stand in the way of Russia’s plans.

“Whoever would try to stop us and further create threats to our country, to our people should know that Russia’s response will be immediate and lead you to such consequences that you have never faced in your history,” President Vladimir said. “We are ready for any outcome.”

 

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Russian Troops Seize Chernobyl Nuclear Plant 

Not long after the speech was circulated online, news broke that Russian troops successfully invaded the Chernobyl nuclear site in Ukraine. AP News reports that Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak says officials aren’t sure of the facilities’ condition. However, officials reportedly built a protective shelter to cover the reactor that exploded in April 1986. The shelter is meant to prevent radiation leaks.

At this time, Russia’s motivations for the nuclear site remain unclear.

 

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