It feels like the 1930s all over again, but with a Russian dictator. Vladimir Putin British Foreign Secretary David Cameron said in an interview with Politico at the World Economic Forum in Davos on January 18 that he was playing the role of Hitler.
The Ukraine war remains Cameron's “absolute top priority” and “the challenge of our generation,” he told POLITICO's Power Play podcast.
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“This is like being a European foreign secretary or leader in the 1930s. We must not appease Putin,” Cameron said, adding that the world's only option is for Putin to not win through 2024. He added that it is to show that.
“We must confront the evil that his invasion represents.”
Earlier, Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that in 2024 Russia was awaiting another defeat, adding that Hitler, like Putin, was “pretending to be very strong”, but in the end He pointed out that he had been defeated.
President Putin's press secretary Dmitry PeskovCommenting on the Davos meeting, on January 15 he argued that discussions of peace negotiations without Russia's participation probably have “no chance of yielding results.”
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