In this file photo taken on May 23, 2017, then-President Rodrigo Duterte shakes hands with President Vladimir Putin during their brief meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia on May 23, 2017. (File photo from Malacañang) DAVAO CITY, Davao del Sur, Philippines —The best way to end the war in Ukraine and prevent a nuclear war between Russia and the West led by the United States is to oust President Vladimir Putin. Former President Rodrigo Duterte made the remark in an interview on Monday night with controversial televangelist Apollo Quiboloy over Sonshine Media Network Inc. Quiboloy had asked him to comment on the ongoing war in Ukraine, which spawned by Russia's invasion of its neighbor in February last year. Duterte said that Putin, which in various instances before he called a "friend," could be inclined to make true his threat of launching nuclear warheads. 'I think Putin will go for it' "You place Putin in one corner, he might be tempted to push the nuclear button," Duterte said. He said the probability could be even higher if Russian forces would suffer a rout on the battlefield. "If he cannot accept defeat, he loses face. I think Putin will go for… Read full this story
- ‘Pyongyang-bound’ Trump says world avoided ‘nuclear catastrophe’
- US in early talks for summit between Trump and Putin
- Vladimir Putin Fast Facts
- Cooler heads needed as we head to New Cold War
- Trump-Putin summit is a go, National Security Adviser John Bolton says
- When Scali met Feklisov: The lunch that saved the world from nuclear disaster
- Putin speaks to Russian nation for 16th time in yearly televised address
- Why did anti-Putin journalist Arkady Babchenko fake his own death and reappear at press conference?
- In the Middle East, Putin has a lot to thank Trump for right now
- British businessman and Putin critic Bill Browder briefly detained in Spain after Russia issues arrest warrant
Oust Putin to save Ukraine, avoid nuclear war – former President Duterte have 315 words, post on globalnation.inquirer.net at February 1, 2023. This is cached page on Vietnam Art News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.