Putin: Russia Can't Be Defeated in Ukraine, In Interview With Tucker Carlson

Russian President Vladimir Putin has firmly stated that Russia will not be defeated in Ukraine. In an interview with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson that aired on Thursday, Putin also stated that he had no intention of expanding the war to neighboring countries such as Poland and Latvia. During the two-hour interview, Putin revealed in detail the history of Eastern Europe and Russia.

The Russian leader revealed that his government had been in contact with the United States, and he stated that the only way for peace to be resolved was if the United States stopped sending weapons to Ukraine.

"I will tell you what we said about this problem and what we told the US leaders," Putin said.

“If you really want to stop fighting, you have to stop supplying weapons. It will be done in a few weeks, that's all, and then we can agree on some terms. Before you do that, stop.”

The Kremlin stated that Putin had agreed to the meeting with Carlson because Carlson provided an impartial viewpoint on the conflict in Ukraine.

Carlson has repeatedly questioned the reasons for the US support for Kyiv. In a clip posted on the social media platform this week, he expressed his criticism of the United States media which strongly favors Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Criticized before the interview, Carlson visited Moscow to interview the Russian leader. Hillary Clinton, the former Secretary of State, described journalists as “useful idiots.”

The Kremlin stated that Putin agreed to be interviewed by Carlson because Carlson had a different approach to many Western media outlets that reported one-sidedly on the Ukraine conflict.

Carlson is considered to have close ties to Donald Trump, who is believed to be the Republican candidate in the US presidential election next November.

Trump has called for a reduction in the intensity of the conflict in Ukraine, where the Biden administration has strongly supported the government of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, and has been dissatisfied with the large financial aid that has been delivered to date.

On the other hand, Carlson stated that many Western media reports on the conflict were not objective and tended to favor Kyiv.

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