Jan Blachowicz Hopes Russia Madness Ends Soon, Calls Vladimir Putin ‘A Monster’

Poland's Blachowicz talks about the terrible things happening in Ukraine.

Jan Blachowicz
(via Jan Blachowicz's IG page)

Jan Blachowicz is hoping the madness in Ukraine comes to a conclusion soon.

It has now been over a month since Russia started their illegal invasion of Ukraine with the hopes of taking control of the country.

However, victory has not been as swift as expected as the people of Ukraine continue to fight back. However, the terrors still remain after a number of cities such as Bucha were discovered with tortured and killed civilians.

And as things stand, Russia doesn’t look like it will fully withdraw anytime soon.

Jan Blachowicz: Vladimir Putin Is A Monster

Blachowicz has not been one to shy away from the topic of Russia’s invasion.

After all, his home country of Poland is a bordering neighbor to Ukraine and has been helping out refugees looking to escape the horrors back home.

In a recent interview, Blachowicz gave his thoughts on the current situation. He also commented on Russian president Vladimir Putin, who instigated all the events since February.

“We see everyday because people come to us to escape from the terrible things happening over there,” Blachowicz said of Russian’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine. “I don’t know what to say. Putin, what he does over there, he’s a monster. They kill children, women, civilians. The Russian shoulders are f*cked up. They are idiots.

“We see these people because we try to help them how we can. When you talk with them and hear their story, you just want to cry. It’s really sad, I hope this madness will stop soon.”

Hopefully, that ends up being the case sooner rather than later.

You can watch the full interview below:

Published on April 5, 2022 at 9:12 pm
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