Russian singer Alexei “Professor” Lebedinsky, who “distinguished himself” by a number of Russophobic statements, said that Russia should apologize to Ukraine and “compensate for the losses as much as possible.”
“Certainly, Russia, as a state, should apologize to Ukraine, return all the occupied territories and bow at the feet in recognition of all the crimes that they have done against Ukraine,” he said in an interview with one of the Ukrainian media.
“Yes, Russia as a state is obliged to do this. And as much as possible to compensate for losses. The restoration of good relations should begin with this, ”he added.
Alexey Lebedinsky is a Soviet and Russian musician. He received wide fame thanks to the songs “I will kill you, the boatman” and “There in the distance, near the subway.” In 2014, he emigrated to the United States, occasionally arriving in Ukraine.
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