More than 150 Russian officials have signed an open letter condemning Vladimir Putin for the invasion into Ukraine and warned there will be an “unprecedented attrocity.”
The Municipal officials warned that there will be “catastrophic consequences” and said they do not believe Russian citizens do not back this war and have personally blamed Putin for sending in the troops “for which there is no and cannot be justification.”
The open letter is urging Russians “not to participate in the aggression” and are calling on Russians to speak out against the invasion because “only massive popular condemnation can stop the war.”
The letter said the signatories as those who are “elected by the people,” then said they “unreservedly condemn the attack of the Russian army on Ukraine.”
“This is an unprecedented atrocity for which there is no and cannot be justification. The decision to attack was made personally by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“We are convinced that the citizens of Russia did not give him such a mandate.”
The official warned that there will be “catastrophic consequences” as “thousands of people will die, be injured and maimed, cities dear to many Russians will be destroyed.”
The letter warned that Russia will now face “the condemnation of the world community” which will result in “isolation, rising prices and poverty.”
The letter signed by more than 150 official added, “Hopes for a good life in Russia are crumbling before our eyes.
“We urge you not to participate in the aggression and not to approve of it. Please don’t be silent: only massive popular condemnation can stop the war.”
The letter comes after horrific scenes have been reported on live tv around the world showing exactly what Russian troops are doing.
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