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Ukraine blasts Pink Floyd star Roger Waters soon after he says Russian invasion was ‘not unprovoked’ 

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Ukraine blasts Pink Floyd star Roger Waters right after he says Russian invasion was ‘not unprovoked’

  • Roger Waters, 79, said he condemned the ‘provocateurs’ of the Russian invasion
  • Ukraine blasted the musician at the UNSC for peddling Russian ‘disinformation’

Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters was denounced by Ukraine yesterday just after he explained to the United Nations Security Council that Russia’s invasion was ‘not unprovoked’.

The 79-year-aged was invited to handle the 15-member council by Moscow. 

‘The invasion was unlawful. I condemn it in the strongest achievable terms,’ he explained by using video clip, adding: ‘Also, the invasion was not unprovoked. I also condemn the provocateurs in the strongest feasible phrases.’

Ukraine’s ambassador to the UN, Sergiy Kyslytsya, responded with a reference to a Pink Floyd music: ‘How unhappy for his former admirers to see him accepting the role of just a brick in the wall, a wall of Russian disinformation and propaganda.’ 

Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters was denounced by Ukraine yesterday after he told the United Nations Security Council that Russia¿s invasion was ¿not unprovoked¿.

Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters was denounced by Ukraine yesterday soon after he advised the United Nations Stability Council that Russia’s invasion was ‘not unprovoked’.

Kyiv’s consultant even referenced the giant inflatable pink pig that showcased in numerous of the progressive rock band’s shows.

He said he was stunned Waters experienced not arranged to have it floating in the Protection Council chamber.

‘What could it have been this time Mr Waters? Pigs with swastikas and the hammer and sickle?’ Mr Kyslytsya explained all through the surreal dialogue.

Last September, Waters was declared a persona non grata’ by the Polish city of Krakow right after his concerts had been scrapped there above his war stance.

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