According to Oleksandr Turchynov, "in the film, the Russian dictator shows off military operation to seize Crimea and boasts his willingness to use nuclear weapons." The head of the National Security Council of Ukraine emphasizes that it was a clear demonstration of inadequacy of management of the nuclear power, "which is now a threat to the whole world," Joinfo.ua reports with reference to the press service of the National Security Council (RNBO).
Secretary of RNBO noted that Putin's interview would be another documentary evidence of the crimes of the Russian military in international courts, "where military and political leadership of the Russian Federation will sit in the dock."
"At the same time, Crimea was and is a part of the territory of Ukraine, and its occupation is a matter of time," summed up Oleksandr Turchynov.
Yesterday, Russia released the film "Crimea. Way Home" where Putin told about how the operation of annexation of Crimea was conducted.