The key to stability in the world is political transformation in Russia, – Podolyak

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The Russian Federation, under the leadership of President Vladimir Putin, continues to show its ruthlessness, confident that it will not be punished. To restore predictability and stability to the world, it is necessary to eliminate the regime that currently exists in Russia. And there are several ways how this can be done. Advisor to the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine (OPU), Mykhailo Podolyak, stated this on the FREEDOM TV channel.

“The decision to demonstratively eliminate Navalny is an attempt to show that Russia has changed dramatically: “We will do whatever we want.” And there will always be such a gloating question: “What will you do to us?” Demonstrative behavior towards Navalny’s body is also from this opera: “What will you do to us? Are you implementing sanctions?” he said.

According to him, Russia under the leadership of Vladimir Putin claims that “there are no more rules.”

“There will never be any agreements, there will never be opportunities to return to some kind of humanistic dialogue. Therefore, the only way to return some predictability and stability to the world is the destruction of Putin’s vertical, the mandatory political transformation of Russia,” Podolyak noted.

The adviser emphasized that one of the methods of dismantling the Russian regime is the defeat of Russia on the battlefield.

“This path is much more real, no matter how paradoxical it may sound. Russia must lose the war, therefore, it is necessary to saturate Ukraine with weapons. The main thing is to resolve the issue of logistics and supply of tools for this with partners,” he says.

The second method is the “bloody revolution” in Russia.

“This question is absolutely incomprehensible, because, unfortunately, there is no infrastructure for revolutionary readiness in Russia. There is a dissident movement, absolutely often they take the right position in relation to Putin and in relation to the war. Yes, it is small, but, nevertheless, with all that. But there is no revolutionary, pre-revolutionary infrastructure in Russia yet,” summed up Mykhailo Podolyak.

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Let us remind you that on February 16, Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny died in a correctional colony. This was reported by the press service of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia for the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug (FSIN Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug), as well as a number of Russian media.