In its news program for children called Kakadu, the radio station very clearly and bluntly drew the following portrait of the Russian president:
"Russian president Putin is currently waging two wars: one in Ukraine and one in Syria. German Chancellor Merkel and French President Hollande want to ensure that Putin ends both wars. Apparently, they wouldn't succeed in it, because Putin does not respect international regulations."
The media outlet went on to say that Russia is responsible for the airstrikes hitting hospitals and several UN humanitarian convoys in Syria. It also blamed Putin for the current refugee crisis in Europe.
"German Chancellor Merkel and President Hollande have repeatedly stated that Putin has been seriously violating human rights in Syria. Russian planes are bombing hospitals and UN convoys. Therefore, many Syrians have fled with their families to Germany," the statement said.
"I will not speculate about that. It's important to get the facts and to find out how this could happened, but I won't speculate," Stoltenberg told RT earlier.
For his turn, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov also called for an inquiry into the case, while the Russian Ministry of Defense published video of the attack on the UN humanitarian convoy made by the drone aircraft to help establish the truth.