Putin threatens to “bite the teeth” of Russia’s opponents | abroad

Russian President Vladimir Putin has threatened to “beat the teeth” of his country’s opponents. Russian news agency Interfax reported this. According to the president, the opponents are trying to seize parts of the Russian territory.

Putin rolled his muscles: “Everyone wants to bite us or bite us from a piece, but they need to know that we will cut their teeth so that they cannot bite anymore.”

The Russian prime minister noted the progress the Russian military had made in recent years. This year alone, 3 trillion rubles (more than 33.5 billion euros) will be invested in defense.

In terms of area, despite Russia losing a third of its territory after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia is still the largest country in the world.

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