Deputy Dmitry Belik commented on the statement of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz that Germany would send anti-tank weapons and Stinger missiles to Ukraine. He spoke about this in conversation with RT.
Belik noted that in Kyiv they distributed weapons in a hospital mood, which gave results at once. He noticed that among the robberies of shops and supermarkets, indiscriminate shooting and mayhem. “What our country is now fighting against, is throwing its strength into establishing peace in Ukraine, Germany decided to indulge,” a member of the State Duma criticized Berlin’s decision.
Former German government reportedthat Germany is sending weapons to Ukraine, including thousands of anti-tank guns and 500 Stinger missiles. “Our duty is to do what we can to support Ukraine in its defense against Putin’s invading army,” they said. In addition, Germany has 400 anti-tank guns from the Netherlands and 9 D-30 howitzers and newspapers from Estonia.
February 24 Russian President Vladimir Putin announced on the start of an economic operation to protect Donbass. His press secretary Dmitry Peskov said that they are the demilitarization and denationalization of Ukraine, as well as the conduct of special operations by the special supreme commander.