Dimirti Medvedev is considered a close confidant of Vladimir Putin. In the context of the Ukraine war, the former Russian President has once again spoken out harshly against Ukraine.
Moscow – Dimirti Medvedev has with his theories Ukraine received little attention for a long time. The close confidant of Wladimir Putin was viewed by the outside world as one of the sensible ones in the high circles of power in the Kremlin. Recently, the former President of Russia however, more often radical ideas in relation to Ukraine expressed and thus came more and more into the focus of the media.
On the social media platform Telegram he called as part of the Ukraine conflict several times aimed at wiping out Ukraine as a nation. Dmitry Medvedev recently wrote: “People often ask me why my telegram posts are so harsh. The answer is that I hate her. They are bastards and scum. They want death for us, for Russia. And as long as I’m alive, I’ll do whatever it takes to make them go away.”
Ukraine conflict: Close confidante of Putin speaks again on Telegram
Medvedev also recently made an offer to German citizens via the Telegram platform: “Germans who criticize Olaf Scholz or the federal government” would be given preferential entry to Russia in the future. They want to relax the entry regulations for this.
A new Telegram-Medvedev’s contribution as a result of Ukraine War is currently making headlines again, including on the US news portal The Daily Beast. The former Russian president is said to have written that Ukraine may not “exist on the world map” in two years.
Dimitri Medvedev warns against attacks on western cities in the Ukraine war
As reported by The Daily Beast, Medvedev’s contribution should refer to the fact that Ukraine is pursuing a plan for gas imports with western allies. So he turned to Kyiv and asked the question: “Who said that in two years Ukraine will even exist on the world map?”
According to media reports, Medvedev further warned that Moscow Cities in the West would attack if Ukraine from the United States provided missiles for an attack on Russia. The 56-year-old was Russia’s president from 2008 to 2012 after Putin was forced to step down due to term limits, and is currently the deputy chairman of Russia’s Security Council. (hg)
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