March 25
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Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke in Volgograd at a ceremony celebrating the anniversary of the victory in the Battle of Stalingrad. From the stage, he reminded the audience that 80 years ago, "the long, hard, fierce battle for Stalingrad ended," reports Moskovsky Komsomolets.

"This battle was not just for the city, the very existence of the tormented, not conquered country was at stake," Putin said.

He also told participants of the event that at present "the ideology of Nazism in its modern guise poses direct threats to Russia's security."

"Unbelievable but true: we are threatened again with German Leopard tanks," Putin said. - And again they are going to fight Russia on the soil of Ukraine with the hands of Hitler's followers, with the hands of Banderites."

According to the President of the Russian Federation, when responding to the threats Russia has something to answer with, and it will be not only armored vehicles, so everyone should understand this. 

"We did not send our tanks to their borders, but we have something to answer with, and the use of armored vehicles will not end. Everyone should understand that," the head of state said.

The President also stressed that those who are dragging European countries, including Germany, into a new war with Russia, and those who expect to defeat our country on the battlefield, do not understand that the conflict will be quite different.

The ideology of Nazism in its modern guise, as Putin stressed, once again poses direct threats to security. "Russia is confident in itself, in its rightness and victory," he added.

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