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Putin News In Hindi, Mongolia was a part of Russia… Former President reminded history on Putin’s ‘lies’, getting praise – mongolia former president mocks putin with a map on ukraine war claims interview with carlson

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Ulaanbaatar: Russian President Vladimir Putin seems to be in trouble over his statements regarding Ukraine. Putin had questioned the existence of Ukraine in an interview given to American journalist Tucker Carlson. Referring to historical borders, Putin claimed that Ukraine was previously part of Russia. He described Ukraine as an imaginary country, which was created by Stalin to justify Russia’s invasion. Mongolia’s former President Tsakhia Elbegdorj has responded to this. While sharing historical maps, he has claimed that Russia was once a part of Mongolia. In such a situation, Mongolia should have control over Russia.

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Tsakhia Elbegdorj was the President of Mongolia between 2009 and 2017. He has also been the Prime Minister of Mongolia. He shared a 13th century map on social media platform X (Twitter), which shows how big the Mongol Empire used to be. This map shows that the Mongol Empire once controlled parts of Russia. Tsakhia Elbegdorj sarcastically wrote, “After Putin’s talk I found a historical map of Mongolia. Don’t worry, we are a peaceful and independent nation.”

Mongol Empire was the largest in the world

The Mongol Empire was once the largest in the world. Its territory covered much of Eurasia, and included much of modern China and Russia, as well as Ukraine. Today, Mongolia, located between China and Russia, is a small country, but it is still one of the largest countries in the world in terms of total area. The current government of Mongolia has not supported Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, although it has not directly condemned it. But Elbegdorj has been vocal in his support for Ukraine.

Former President of Mongolia is Putin’s opponent

He wrote in February 2023 that “the world’s democracies must unite with even greater determination to declare that freedom cannot be compromised, and give Ukraine the weapons it needs to prevail.” “I know Putin doesn’t tolerate freedom,” he said. “I have sat down with him on several occasions. He despises differences and competition. He fears an independent Ukraine. As a narcissist, he cannot afford to look at more successful and prosperous neighbors.”

This post originally appeared on navbharattimes.indiatimes.com

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