Putin is only invited for a year! The former Russian politician claimed, said- will not be able to see the next anniversary
Former MP Ilya Ponomarev said Putin will live no more than a year
Ponomarev was the only MP to vote against the annexation of Crimea.
Russian leader says Putin’s rule will end ‘the day’ Ukrainian army enters Crimea
Moscow, A former Russian politician has claimed that the end of the Russian president is near. According to a report in India Today, the country’s former Federal Assembly deputy Ilya Ponomarev has said that Russian President Vladimir Putin will not live more than a year and will not see his next birthday on October 7. Speaking to Britain’s Express news agency, Ponomarev said Putin’s downfall would come when Ukraine retakes Crimea, which was annexed by Russia in 2014.
Ponomarev was the only MP to vote against the annexation of Crimea and openly accused Putin of rigging the election. Fearing harsh action, he has lived in exile in Ukraine since 2016. Ponomarev told the Express that the Ukrainian army would “one day” enter Crimea and end Putin’s rule. He said the way Putin has positioned himself now, he would not be able to withstand such a military defeat. Ponomarev, speaking about the war with Ukraine, said Putin knew he was losing the war, but he still believed his army would win.
A Russian MP mocked Putin’s speech
In another incident, the Russian parliament mocked Putin during his speech by hanging noodles from his ears. During Putin’s speech, Russian MP Mikhail Abdalkin listened to his speech while putting noodles over his ears. This video of Mikhail has gone viral. “Hanging noodles on the ears” is an idiom that means to deceive or deceive a person. Through this video, he shows that in this case, Putin misleads or deceives others by lying.
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FIRST POST: February 25, 2023, 5:26 p.m. HST