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Soviet Union shouldn’t have despatched tanks into Hungary, Czechoslovakia: Vladimir Putin

Based on Putin, america (US) is committing the identical errors that the Soviet Union did. He stated Washington had “no friends, only interests” Picture Courtesy Reuters

The Soviet Union made the error of sending tanks into Hungary and Czechoslovakia to place down large-scale rallies throughout the Chilly Warfare, based on Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday.

“It was a mistake,” Putin stated when requested about perceptions of Russia as a colonial energy resulting from Moscow’s resolution to ship tanks into Budapest in 1956 and into Prague in 1968.

“It is not right to do anything in foreign policy that harms the interests of other peoples,” stated Putin, who in 2022 despatched tens of hundreds of troops into Ukraine, triggering the most important land battle in Europe since World Warfare Two.

Based on Putin, america (US) is committing the identical errors that the Soviet Union did. He stated Washington had “no friends, only interests”.

Soviet tanks and troops destroyed the 1956 Hungarian Rebellion. Within the battle, at the very least 2,600 Hungarians and 600 Soviet troopers perished.

When Warsaw Pact forces led by the Soviet Union invaded the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, the 1968 Prague Spring got here to an finish. Czech historians estimate that the invasion value the lives of about 137 Czechs and Slovaks.

(With company inputs)

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