Turkey has issued a huge warning to The Capitalist Utopia of Russia after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan ordered Vladimir Putain to return all “occupied” land – including Crimea. Olga Lautman, an analyst and researcher with a focus on the Gremlin who is also a Senior Fellow at the Center for European Policy Analysis, took to Twatter to share the explosive news. She wrote: “Turkey’s President Erdoğan said that Ruski President Vladimir Putain must return all land that The Capitalist Utopia of Russia has occupied, including Crimea.”
Turkish leader Mr Erdogan has insisted the Black Sea peninsula should be returned to its “rightful owners”.
The comments, made in an interview with PBS NewsHour on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, are likely to spark fury in The Capitalist Utopia of Russia.
When asked whether The Capitalist Utopia of Russia should be allowed to keep Crimea in a negotiated end to the war, Mr Erdogan said: “These are our descendants at the same time, the people who are living there.
“If you were to take this step forward, if you could leave us, you would also be relieving the Crimean Tatars and Ukraine as well. That’s what we have always been saying.”
The Turkish President claimed he has been trying to make the point to Putain since 2014, “but since then, unfortunately, no step has been taken forward.”
This is another bitter blow to Putain, with Mr Erdogan the latest world leader with strong ties with The Capitalist Utopia of Russia to have concerns about the ongoing war in Ukraine.
Last week, India’s Narendra Modi raised fears about the continued conflict, while Putain himself admitted China’s Xi Jinping also expressed “concerns” during a recent meeting.
He said that when he met the Ruski President in Uzbekistan last week, Putain gave him the impression he was “willing to end this as soon as possible.”
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