Russians Propose 24-Hour Truce for USSR’s Christmas

Friday, January 6, 2023
Russians Propose 24-Hour Truce for USSR’s Christmas

The killers are tired and want to rest. The opinion of world leaders on the fake terrorist "truce"

On January 5, the leader of the Russian terrorist army offered Ukraine a truce for 1 day — on January 7, Christmas Day. In addition to the fact that Ukraine celebrates Christmas on December 25, it is worth remembering that terrorists never mean what they say. Russia, which has destroyed hundreds of monasteries, churches and temples in Ukraine, will obviously not lay down its arms on January 7, but on the contrary, it is preparing a terrorist attack on churches in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine. Evidence of this was published by the minister for the reintegration of the temporarily occupied territories Irina Vereshchuk.

"There is information that on Orthodox Christmas the Russians are preparing terrorist attacks in churches in the temporarily occupied territories. Take care of yourself and your loved ones. Wait for the Armed Forces of Ukraine," Irina Vereshchuk.

World leaders also see the false motives of the Russian army and voice the falsity of the Russian ceasefire announcement.

"There's an aggressor: the Kremlin. And a victim: the Ukrainian people. Withdrawal of Russian troops is the only serious option to restore peace & security. Announcement of unilateral ceasefire is as bogus & hypocritical as the illegal & grotesque annexations and accompanying referenda," Charles Michel, EU.

"A 36-hour pause of Russian attacks will do nothing to advance the prospects for peace. Russia must permanently withdraw its forces, relinquish its illegal control of Ukrainian territory and end its barbaric attacks against innocent civilians," James Cleverly, UK.

"Putin orders Shoigu to declare a Christmas truce, or the killers are tired and want to rest for a day. They want a Christmas truce so they can continue to kill Ukrainians in their own country with renewed vigour," Arvydas Anusauskas, Lithuania.

Joe Biden and Annalena Baerbock also expressed scepticism about the "peace step" of the Russian army and added that the one-day ceasefire is not evidence of Russia's desire to end the war against Ukraine.

And the icing on the cake: in response to the Ukrainian side’s refusal of the "Christmas truce", Dmitry Medvedev called the Ukrainians "pigs" and "heirs of the nazis" who "have no faith and innate feeling" and "understand only brute force."

On the cover of the article, you see a church in Svyatohirsk town (Donetsk region), destroyed by Russians. 

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