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The Russian-Ukraine War has reached its peak. In the midst of it all, a Russian legislator of Indian descent is being debated.

And the topic of debate is his latest statement. Yes, you read that correctly: a Russian Member of Parliament with Indian origin.

He defended Putin's aggression towards Ukraine. Following this statement, there was a lot of debate in India.

So, what's the big deal? Let's see what happens.

The Russian-Ukraine War has reached its peak. In the midst of it all, a Russian legislator of Indian descent is being debated.

And the topic of debate is his latest statement. Yes, you read that correctly: a Russian Member of Parliament with Indian origin.

He defended Putin's aggression towards Ukraine. Following this statement, there was a lot of debate in India.

So, what's the big deal? Let's see what happens.

Abhay Kumar Singh was born in the Bihar city of Patna. He attended Loyola High School and graduated with honours.

Singh lost his father when he was 13 years old. He aspired to be a doctor.

In 1991, he moved to Russia and earned his medical degree from the Kursk State Medical University in Western Russia.

Following this, he traveled to India and practiced as a doctor, but he soon returned to Russia and began trading in pharmaceuticals.

In 2015, he joined the United Russia Party, which is led by Vladimir Putin. In 2018, he won the provincial election in Kursk.

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Currently serving as a deputat (equivalent to a legislator) and working as a member of the United Russia Party in Russia.

What did Abhay Singh have to say about the Russia-Ukraine war?

Dr. Abhay Kumar Singh, a Russian legislator of Indian ancestry and a member of the United Russia Party.

He praised Vladimir Putin, stating Ukraine was given numerous opportunities to talk before the strike.

"Russian Army will only take one day to capture Ukraine," he added.

It is merely an army operation, despite the fact that the entire world is calling it the third world war.

India, for example, carried out a surgical strike on Balakot.

In reference to India, he asked how India would react if China established a military base in Bangladesh.

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"If Ukraine joins NATO, NATO will get closer to Russia because Ukraine is our neighbor," he argued, adding that this would be a violation of the deal.

Ukraine is close to Russia's border, and they are requesting NATO forces, which is a violation of the NATO-Russia agreement.

The President had no choice but to take precautions to ensure our safety. During this time, however, he has denied any nuclear attack on Ukraine.

He stated that Putin stated that nuclear drills were being conducted solely in the event that another country attacked Russia and Russia was forced to respond.

He told a Hindi news channel that this is not a two-way street.

Russian military movement in Ukraine is slow because we are concerned about people's safety.

Ukraine's military forces are using citizens as human shields in the conflict zone. This is why the Russian army is so slow.

Image courtesy of the Russian Presidential Press Service.

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Dr. Singh speculated that the attacks on Indian students in Ukraine could be retaliation for India's refusal to help Ukraine.

"We are exclusively striking military bases," Singh explained. If someone fires at us in a public location, we will strike back."

What does Singh have to say about Ukraine's President?

"The President of Ukraine is responsible for the situation," Singh said, blaming President Volodymyr Zelensky.

He became influenced by other countries and is now escaping his responsibilities.

He should be questioned about why weapons are being distributed to civilians. What are their intentions for releasing criminals?

They are clearly planning to disturb the next government."

What are your thoughts on the international sanctions imposed on Russia?

The sanctions imposed on Russia are already out of date.

These restrictions are in place for a period of eight to ten years. Russia has always been ready for such objections.

Russia's Finance Department had planned ahead of time. The dropping Ruble (Russian Currency) will eventually rise again.