Latvian Foreign Minister epicly ridiculed politicians who regularly phone Putin/Channel 24 Collage
Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics has trolled world leaders for their relentless phone calls to Kremlin dictator Putin. For this, he only needed one song text.
He made it public on his Twitter on May 29th. Subscribers appreciated the joke of the Foreign Minister and continue to actively distribute and comment on it.
What exactly he published
Rinkevich distributed a song from the Soviet film “Carnival” – “Call me, call”, which was written by Robert Rozhdestvensky. At the same time, the politician added only a small comment.
On the topic of the day, the minister wrote.
Publication by Edgar Rinkevich/Screenshot
Recently asked not to do this
Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas on May 16 appealed to other leaders of states not to call Putin. Like, there is no point in talking to this person. This, after all, can in no way contribute to the de-escalation of the conflict. In her opinion, this has the opposite effect, because the dictator feels “important”.
If Putin constantly receives phone calls, he does not receive a signal that he is in isolation. So, if we want to convey this to him, do not call him, – Kallas said.
She also specified a little about whom she was talking about first of all. The prime minister noted that since the beginning of the invasion, the German Chancellor and the President of France have been communicating with Putin the most. It should be noted that it was these politicians who periodically had extremely contradictory statements about the war that Russia unleashed.
And yet the heads of other states also communicate with the dictator. For example, on May 27, the Austrian Chancellor called him, who called the conversation “very tense and serious.” And on May 14, the President of Finland spoke to Putin.
Another politician's joke on Twitter
On April 7, Prime Minister of Slovenia Janez Jansa also made a satirical publication. He posted a meme about the pairing of Nazism and the USSR. The politician suggested that in this way the conception of the criminal sign Z, which became a symbol of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, took place.
Slovenian prime minister tweeted/Screenshot
The conception and birth of the Z(zlo) symbol, the politician wrote then.
He made an explanation with a translation for foreigners. This was necessary because in Slovenian “ZLO means EVIL”.