If Kyiv fell, Putin would have invaded Kazakhstan next, official says
“I can confidently state that had Putin succeeded in occupying our country, the next target would have been Kazakhstan,” said Danilov.
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The secretary added that Russia has not struggled any success in the war against Ukraine.
He also commented on the presidents of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and the Prime Minister of Armenia arriving in Moscow for the Victory Day parade.
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“I don’t know what compelled them to attend; let’s see how events unfold,” he said.
On May 9, Moscow held a bleak and truncated military parade, lasting only 45 minutes, with only 8,000 troops participating – the lowest number in 15 years. Warplane fly-bys were canceled, and only one tank – a WWII relic T-34 – made its way across the Red Square, in stark contrast to columns of modern tanks being usual centerpieces of Victory Day parades.
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Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said it was “immoral and unfriendly” for Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Turkmen, and Tajik heads of state to attend the parade in person.
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