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 Russian propagandist Kiselev: "I never called to turn America into radioactive ashes. I believe my statement to be anti-war"

Russian propagandist Dmitriy Kiselev believes that his scandalous image has been created by haters on the Internet.

As reported by Censor.NET, he said this in an interview to Izvestia.

"I never called to turn America into radioactive ashes. I just stated that Russia was the only country in the world having enough military power to repulse external aggression. I believe this statement is anti-war and calling the U.S. to act more cautiously and more responsibly in the world.

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"By following the demonization path, the Europeans have also made up that I was supportive of Russia's troops' invasion into Ukraine, and implemented personal sanctions against me based on this. I would never call to invade Ukraine with our troops," Kiselev said.

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