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Johnson: Putin “threatened me with a missile” before the military operation in Ukraine

explained Johnson Putin told him, “With a missile, it will take one minute,” according to AFP.

In the 3-part documentary, which the BBC will broadcast its first episode on Monday evening, Johnson recounts his “very long” and “extraordinary” call with Russian president After visiting Kyiv at the beginning of last February.

At the time, Putin continued to stress that he had no intention of “invading” his neighbor, despite the massive influx of Russian soldiers into the border regions.

Johnson indicated that he had warned Putin of the harsh penalties that Westerners might take if he embarked on this path.

“Putin said: ‘Boris, you’re saying Ukraine won’t join me,'” Johnson recounts NATO Any time soon.. What do you mean by ‘any time soon?'”

Chief answered Former British Minister “Well, you won’t be joining NATO in the near future. You know that very well,” according to AFP.

Johnson continued, “At one point, he kind of threatened me and said, ‘Boris, I don’t want to hurt you, but with a missile, it’ll take a minute’ or something like that.”

Johnson stressed, in the conversation with Putin, that the measure Ukraine’s special military operation It would become a “complete disaster”, and he promised that London would support the authorities KyivAccording to what was reported by Russia Today, according to the British Telegraph newspaper.

Johnson believes, that join Ukraine To NATO, it was excluded and unlikely, due to the positions of Germany and France on this issue.

The documentary recounts the growing division between the Russian leader and the West in the years leading up to the “Russian special military operation in Ukraine,” according to the Russian label.

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Also in this documentary, the Ukrainian president tells Volodymyr Zelensky How he was angry at the position of Westerners at the time, and says, “If you knew that Russia Ukraine is going to be invaded tomorrow, so why don’t you give me something I can stop them with today? Or if you can’t give it to me, then stop it yourselves.”