The former President of Mongolia responded to Vladimir Putin.  Show maps

The Prime Minister of Mongolia twice – in 1998 and in 2004-2006 – and the President of this country in 2009-2017 decided to respond to the words of Vladimir Putin on the social media platform X. Tsachiagijn Elbegdorj published maps of the former Mongol Empire. Drawings show that it occupied a significant part of present-day Russian territory.

“After Putin's speech, I found historical maps of Mongolia. Don't worry. We are a peaceful and free nation,” the Mongolian politician signed the drawings.

Maps published by Tsakhiagin Elbegdorii show what the Mongol Empire looked like in the second half of the 13th century, during the reign of Mongke – the fourth great Khan of the Mongols and grandson of Genghis Khan.

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Vladimir Putin spoke about Poland. Radoslaw Sikorski also showed the map

In Tucker Carlson's interview, the Russian dictator did not hear any tough questions, but he talked for a long time about Ukraine, NATO and Poland. According to Vladimir Putin, “Ukraine has acquired territories that previously belonged to Hungary and Poland.” But he stressed that “Russia has no claims against Poland, Latvia, or against any other country.” However, he left the door open for military intervention – Russian troops could be sent into Poland if Russia was attacked.

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