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Austrian Chancellor says he had a ‘tough’ conversation with Putin

Nehammer’s office reports that, he was on April 11th Moscow was and The conversation with Putin lasted more than an hour, but it was not a “friendly visit.”
Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer said that, Russia President Vladimir Putin and Moscow on the military intervention in Ukraine “face to face, open and tough, ”he said.
Nehammer’s office reports that, he was on April 11th Moscow was and The conversation with Putin lasted more than an hour, but it was not a “friendly visit.”
“I am in Bucha and I mentioned war crimes committed elsewhere and I reported that, all those responsible for them are the courts snowshould be removed. ”
Numerous proofs and despite the evidence Russia He insists he killed civilians in Ukraine.
Sanctions will remain
Russia entering after the forces left the city of Bucha Ukraine The military found numerous bodies scattered in the streets. Fifty of them are believed to have been executed.
A total of 300 bodies were found in the city.
Ukraine assassination of President Volodymyr Zelensky “war crime” and He called it a “genocide” and Western countries announced a new package of sanctions against Russia.
Nehammer’s statement said that, o PutinAs sanctions continue to kill people in Ukraine, sanctions against Russia will remain in place and said it would be further tightened.
He as well PutinHe called for the immediate opening of corridors for civilians in Ukraine.
“I will inform our European partners about this conversation.”

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