'Ukrainian army took many foreigners, including 3,000 Indians, hostage,' Putin's statement
'Ukrainian army took many foreigners, including 3,000 Indians, hostage,' Putin's statement
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Russian President Vladimir Putin recently made a big statement. In fact, he said that Ukraine is taking foreign nationals hostage. Yes, and it has also been said that foreigners are being taken hostage and used by the Ukrainian army as shields. In fact, Putin claimed that 3,000 Indians were taken hostage, who has been released by the Russian army. Apart from this, he also said that the Chinese people were also taken hostage by Ukraine. Let me tell you all that Putin said these things after the security council meeting. In fact, Putin accused Ukraine of making foreign nationals a shield.

He further said that our army is helping the civilians to get out of there. Apart from this, he also said that the Chinese nationals were also taken hostage, who has been released by the Russian army. At the same time, Putin also said that there is no military action from Russia in the residential areas of Ukraine. Let me tell you that Putin has claimed that the Ukrainian army is not allowing foreigners to leave Ukraine. Russia's military helped evacuate foreign nationals from Ukraine.

Putin further said that Ukraine is trying to delay the evacuation of foreigners, which threatens them. At the same time, he alleged that Ukraine has been treating the population in Donetsk and Luhansk inhumanely. Putin further said that "the people of Donetsk and Luhansk are kept inside tents. We will do anything to ensure peaceful living for the people of Donuts and Luhansk. Support them to lead a free and dignified life by educating them. All family members of the Russian army and the soldiers who died will be honoured. We will not allow our neighbours to threaten us with nuclear weapons. Our Ministry of Defence has achieved all the objectives so far.''

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