Warmonger Putin congratulates new King Charles – who condemned Ukraine invasion and once compared him to Hitler

WARMONGERING Vladimir Putin has congratulated Charles as he formally became King – despite the new monarch once comparing him to Adolf Hitler.

Following the Queen’s tragic death on Thursday, her eldest son King Charles III ascended the throne.


Putin has congratulated King Charles – despite him previously slamming the Russian tyrantCredit: AFP
The Russian tyrant wished the King 'success and good health'


The Russian tyrant wished the King ‘success and good health’Credit: Russian Embassy

His new role was officially confirmed on Saturday as the Russian tyrant wished him “all the best” in a note shared by the Russian Embassy in the UK.

Putin said: “Your Majesty, please accept my sincere sincere congratulations on Your Accession to the throne.

“I wish Your Majesty success, good health and all the best.”

The Russian president sent his well-wishes despite the King slamming him more than once.

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When Putin first ordered his troops into Ukraine, Charles condemned the tyrant and branded the invasion “an attack on democracy”.

The royal also expressed his solidarity with Ukraine’s people.

King Charles also caused an international stir in 2014 when he likened Putin to German dictator Hitler in a private conversation.

He made the remark in the wake of Russia annexing Crimea while talking to Jewish museum volunteer Marienne Ferguson, whose family fled Poland before it was invaded by Nazis in 1939.

She told a journalist: “The Prince said: ‘And now Putin is doing just about the same as Hitler’.

“I must say that I agree with him, and [I] am sure a lot of people do.”

Putin hit back at the comment, saying: “He has been to our country more than once, if he made such a comparison, it is unacceptable and I am sure he understands that as a man of manners.”

It comes after Putin paid tribute to the Queen and extended his to the Royal Family after her death at the age of 96.

In a letter to King Charles, the tyrant passed on his condolences to the British people after Her Majesty’s passing was announced.

In his message, he said the Queen “rightfully enjoyed the love and respect of her subjects, as well as authority on the world stage”.

Putin said: “I wish you courage and resilience in the face of this difficult, irreparable loss.

“May I ask you to pass on sincere condolences and support to members of the royal family and the entire people of Great Britain.”

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The Queen met Vladimir Putin at Buckingham Palace when he made a state visit to the UK in 2003.

He made the Queen wait for 14 minutes for him to arrive at the Palace – which prompted the Her Majesty to have a subtle dig at him later.

Charles' new role as King was officially confirmed on Saturday


Charles’ new role as King was officially confirmed on SaturdayCredit: Getty – Pool
He ascended the throne after his mother Queen Elizabeth died on Thursday


He ascended the throne after his mother Queen Elizabeth died on ThursdayCredit: Reuters

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