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Post: Sunak talked about Putin in his new year speech and angered the British


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Twitter users are outraged at British Prime Minister Sunak’s New Year’s speech about Putin and the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

MOSCOW, December 31 – RIA Novosti. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s New Year’s speech sparked controversy among users twitter Because of the focus on the Ukraine crisis.

In his speech, the British leader noted that Britain will continue to support “Ukrainian friends” in the fight against Putin’s alleged brutal actions. At the same time, he said his government would put British priorities first.

“You’re using our money to finance a US proxy war with Russia, and the sanctions you support against Moscow are destroying our economy. How does that affect our interests?” the commentator asked.

“Rishi, why are we sending another 2.5 billion British taxes to Ukraine when our British citizens have to beg for a long-awaited pay raise?” added the second.

“The question is, what does Altar think our priorities are? More money for Ukraine? More hotels for immigrants?” — another user shared his opinion.

“By speaking of priorities, do you mean to give the British taxpayers’ money to Ukraine rather than spend it on the UK economy or on projects to solve problems in parts of the country?” – said the fourth.

“I want you to resign as prime minister. I also want to see full transparency about the billions you and Boris Johnson have sent to Ukraine, which is considered the most corrupt country in Europe. Where did that money go?” Written by a reader.

Since February 24, a special military operation has been carried out in Ukraine. Vladimir Putin described this as his ultimate mission to liberate Donbass and create the conditions that would guarantee Russia’s security. In this context, the United States and its NATO allies support Kiev with arms supplies worth tens of billions of dollars. Moscow has repeatedly stated that the supply of Western weapons only prolongs the conflict, and transportation with them has become a legitimate target for the Russian army.

Source: Ria

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