“Russia seems to be destroyed by its own idiots” Uzbek politicians are dissatisfied with the Russian deputy



Uzbek politicians are dissatisfied with the Russian deputy, claiming that Russia seems to be undermined by its own idiots. Yesterday, on September 11, Yevgeny Fyodorov, a deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, stated that Russia might have to engage in conflicts with all the former Soviet republics. Fyodorov suggested that military conflicts could be avoided if the republics were diplomatically reintegrated into Russia.

These remarks sparked numerous discussions and garnered substantial objections from the public. In addition, Uzbek politicians, including Alisher Kadyrov, Chairman of the Central Council of the Democratic Party "National Revival," and Bobur Bekmurodov, a Deputy of the Oliy Majlis, responded to Fyodorov's claims.

Alisher Kadyrov expressed his view on his Telegram social network page, saying, 'It appears that Russia is being undermined by its own idiots. Time will tell whether we will benefit from this or not. We will take measures to contain the fire and watch it with a cool head...'

Bobur Bekmurodov, the Deputy of the Oliy Majlis and the Chairman of the "Yuksalish" nationwide movement, believes that there is no need to take Fyodorov's words seriously. Claims suggesting the return of former union republics through war or diplomatic means lack common sense. Bekmurodov stated on his social network page, 'We believe that today there is no need to take the words of the Duma deputy, who seems to view Russia as a colony of foreign powers and espouses conspiracy theories, seriously.'

Bekmurodov emphasized that the relations between Uzbekistan and Russia's allied countries and peoples are based on friendship and mutual respect. 'Uzbekistan is a country with strong sovereignty and a robust statehood,' he firmly asserted.

However, other Uzbek politicians and even the Ministry of Foreign Affairs have not yet responded to these views expressed by the Russian deputy. Meanwhile, the Russian government issued an apology for Fyodorov's statements but did not indicate any actions to be taken against him.

It is worth mentioning that in 2022, Yevgeny Fyodorov took the initiative to cancel the decision recognizing the independence of the former USSR state, Lithuania.





Alisher Qodirov Bobur Bekmurodov Evgeniy Fyodorov

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