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CLAIM: Putin Moves Family to Undeground Siberian Bunker

'It is time for Western countries to understand that their undivided dominance in the global economy is long a thing of the past... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) A Russian professor of politics has claimed that President Vladimir Putin has moved his family to an underground city to protect them from nuclear warfare, Summit News reported.

Valery Solovey, a political scientist in Russia, claimed that the nation has constructed underground cities to protect important figures from nuclear warfare.

According to Solovey, “President Putin’s family was evacuated to a special bunker prepared in case of nuclear war,” adding that “it is not a bunker, but a whole underground city, equipped with the latest science and technology.”

The doubtful claim, nonetheless, has been allowed to make the rounds on Facebook and Twitter, despite not being verified.

In a Russian foreign ministry statement, Western nations were warned that any country offering aide “should not fail to understand the danger of the consequences.”

They further warned that all “EU citizens and structures” providing arms for the Ukrainians would be held “responsible for any consequences.”

In another foreign ministry statement, the Russians claimed that the EU will also have to answer for the aide already provided and the sanctions already imposed.

“The actions of the European Union will not go unanswered,” they wrote. “Russia will continue to ensure the realization of its vital national interests without regard to sanctions and their threats.”

Whatever the truth to the claims about Putin’s nuclear hideout, it has become clear that Russia has little interest in being bullied by weak and feckless leaders in the west like U.S. President Joe Biden or Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

According to the Russians, America must let go of its global neoliberal aspirations, or risk escalating the situation, perhaps even causing war to break out.

“It is time for Western countries to understand that their undivided dominance in the global economy is long a thing of the past,” the statement concluded.

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