The former president of Mongolia, Tsakhiagin Elbegdorzh, gave the head of the Kremlin, Putin, a history lesson and hinted at who, according to his logic, owns most of the Russian Federation.
The ex-president of Mongolia published on page X a map of the 13th century, on which most of the present Russia belongs to the Mongol Empire.
"After Putin's speech. I found a historical map of Mongolia. Don't worry, we are a peaceful and free nation," he wrote sarcastically, mocking Putin's "historical lectures" during an interview with American provocateur Carlson.
Post by the former president of Mongolia. PHOTO: Mongol Tsakhia ELBEGDORJ/Ch
It will be recalled that earlier, after Putin's historical nonsense that "Ukraine historically belongs to Russia", the American-Chinese actor Robert Wu demanded that Russia return
Vladivostok and other territories occupied 100 years ago.
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