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'Don't need to hit major cities': Putin cites Hiroshima during chat with Macron

Summary by Hindustan Times
Russian President Vladimir Putin reportedly referenced atomic bombings in Japan during a conversation with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron. A report in UK's Daily Mail says that Putin expressed his view that the bombings – which triggered the Japanese surrender and the end of the Second World War – demonstrated that ‘you don’t need to attack the major cities in order to win. Putin's comment is said to have 'alarmed' Macron who saw it as a…
Published 3 months ago · Hiroshima, Japan

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'Don't need to hit major cities': Putin cites Hiroshima during chat with Macron

Russian President Vladimir Putin reportedly referenced atomic bombings in Japan during a conversation with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron. A report in UK's Daily Mail says that Putin expressed his view that the bombings – which triggered the Japanese surrender and the end of the Second World War – demonstrated that ‘you don’t need to attack the major cities in order to win. Putin's comment is said to have 'alarmed' Macron who saw it as a…

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