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‘Britain panicking!’ Ecclestone featured in Russia propaganda over Putin praise

Bernie Ecclestone, the previous CEO of Formulation 1, has grow to be the brand new icon of Russian propaganda after the enterprise tycoon expressed his beneficial opinion of Vladimir Putin.

Talking of the Russian President on Good Morning Britain, Mr Ecclestone stated: “I’d nonetheless take a bullet for him.”

He added: “He’s a first-class particular person and what he’s doing is one thing that he believed was the fitting factor.” 

The surprising interview prompted Russian tv pundits to rejoice as they claimed the interview demonstrated an environment of panic rising throughout the UK as opinions shifted.  

Talking on state managed community Russia One, host Olga Skabeyeva stated: “You received’t consider it, pals and comrades, but it surely seems that Putin is a first-class particular person.

“He’s doing every little thing for Russia and now I’m quoting, I’d take a bullet for him.

“The previous head of Formulation 1 made that comment on Good Morning Britain .

“Proper now in Britain they’re panicking but it surely’s value it.”

The Russian pundit celebrated the feedback of the British enterprise magnate as a logo of rising sympathy in the direction of the Kremlin.

Mr Ecclestone continued on to denounce President Zelensky, as he urged the chief of Ukraine had not engaged in discussions with President Putin that might have prevented the invasion of his nation by Russian forces.

The previous F1 boss urged the Russian President had acted in the most effective pursuits of his nation by launching a marketing campaign of aggression in opposition to neighbouring Ukraine again in February.

Mr Ecclestone stated: “Sadly [Putin is] like plenty of enterprise folks, definitely like me, that we make errors occasionally and once you’ve made the error, you must do the most effective you’ll be able to to get out of it.”

Learn extra: F1 assertion on Ecclestone declare he’d ‘take a bullet for Putin’

In his comparability of the 2 leaders, Mr Ecclestone described President Zelensky as a “comic” and President Putin as a “smart man.”

He continued: “The opposite particular person in Ukraine, his occupation I perceive, he was a comic and I feel evidently he desires to proceed that occupation.

“I feel if he’d considered issues, he would undoubtedly have made a sufficiently big effort to talk to Putin, who’s a wise particular person, and would have listened to him and will have most likely accomplished one thing about it.”

Mr Ecclestone, who stepped down from his place as Formulation 1 CEO in 2017, shares a longtime friendship with President Putin and the pair have been noticed collectively on the Russian Grand Prix a number of occasions since 2014.

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