Ukraine’s UN envoy compares Putin to Hitler and warns ‘we know what happened’ in bunker

In a speech at the United Nations, Ambassador Sergiy Kyslytsya said the Kremlin’s “spiritual mentors” were “from the Third Reich” as he repeatedly compared Putin to Hitler.

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Sergiy Kyslytsya of Ukarine compares Putin to Hitler

Ukraine’s ambassador to the United Nations repeatedly compared Vladimir Putin to Adolf Hitler today when the United Nations held a rare emergency session of the General Assembly in New York.

Sergiy Kyslytsya said the Kremlin’s “spiritual mentors” were “from the Third Reich”.

He told delegates: “This fight is not provoked, it is chosen by someone who is currently sitting in the bunker.

“We know what happened to the man sitting in the bunker in Berlin in May 1945.”
He has protested Putin’s decision to raise the alert level for the Kremlin’s nuclear forces – and suggested that the Russian President, like the Nazi leader, should commit suicide.

If he wants to kill himself, he doesn’t need to use (a) the nuclear arsenal, he has to do what the guy in the Berlin bunker did in May 1945,” said Kyslytsya.

Secretary-General Antonio Gutteres told officials Russia’s invasion was “totally unacceptable,” adding: “Enough is enough.

“Soldiers need to go back to their barracks and leaders need to move to peace.”

He considers the Kremlin’s nuclear threat a “scary development”, warning Putin: “Nothing can justify the use of nuclear weapons.”

This is only the 11th time such a session has been held.

The United Nations Security Council also met this evening.

Ukraine and its allies on Monday called for a United Nations investigation into possible Russian war crimes in its military actions in Ukraine.

Adolf Hitler committed suicide in his bunker in 1945


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At least 11 people were killed today in missile attacks by Russian forces on residential areas of Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city and one of the largest, the head of regional authorities said. major battlefields since the invasion of Moscow.

NATO partners are supplying Ukraine with anti-aircraft missiles and anti-tank weapons.

Russia faces deepening isolation and economic uncertainty as Western nations, united in condemning their attack, have dealt the blow with a raft of sanctions.

Ukraine’s allies have also stepped up arms transfers. Finland agreed to ship 2,500 assault rifles and 1,500 anti-tank weapons.

Russian President Vladimir Putin chaired a meeting on economic issues this morning



EU officials say the European Union is also preparing to grant Ukrainians fleeing the war the right to stay and work in the 27-nation bloc for up to three years.

That compares with the UK’s offer only for immediate family members of Ukrainians already settled in the UK, with around 100,000 possibly eligible.

Downing Street insists Britain is still working to make a broader offer to Ukrainians to find a safe and legal route to the UK.

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