‘Father of Brexit’ says NATO provoked Putin

The BBC asked Nigel Farage, often referred to as the “Father of Brexit”, about his controversial statements in the past, including: In 2014 he named the Russian president as the politician he most admired. He explained: “I said that I did not like him as a person, but I admired him as a political worker because he managed to master the management of Russia.”

He was then asked about a social media post from February 2022, in which he assessed that the Russian invasion of Ukraine was “a consequence of EU and NATO enlargement.” Referring to this, Farage said he had been arguing since the 1990s that NATO and the EU’s “continuous eastward expansion” gave Putin an alibi. He added: “We caused this war. Although, of course, it is Putin’s fault.”

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