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NATO Is An ‘Obvious Threat’ To Russia – Putin Says In WWII Parade Speech

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President Vladimir Putin claimed Nato was an ‘obvious threat’ in Ukraine during Russia’s annual World War Two victory parade.

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu leave Red Square after the Victory Day military parade in central Moscow on May 9, 2022. – Russia celebrates the 77th anniversary of the victory over Nazi Germany during World War II.

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The patriotic display of the country’s military power took place on May 9, amid the Ukraine conflict.

The country’s president claimed he had ordered the invasion because of the existential threat posed to Russia by the West. He gave no evidence to support the statement.

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“Today you are fighting for our people in Donbas, for the security of Russia, our homeland,” he added.

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