Medvedev again dreamed of taking over Kyiv and "drew" the Russian flag over Maidan Nezalezhnosti
Dmitry Medvedev, deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, does not abandon his dreams of taking over the Ukrainian capital. On the so-called Russia Day, which the terrorist state celebrates on June 12, he published a photo of Maidan Nezalezhnosti in Kyiv, on which he finished drawing the Russian tricolor.
The former Russian president shared his fantasies on his own Telegram channel. However, he did not voice ideas about how exactly the rag of the Russian Federation could be in the center of the Ukrainian capital - because "Kyiv in three days " the world has already seen.
"Maidan Nezalezhnosti. Soon - Russia Square," Medvedev only wrote.
At the same time, an aide to the former president of the Russian Federation stated: "Dmitry Medvedev believes that Kyiv is our direct target. It is a Russian city, and it will come home. We will not stop until we get it back".
Meanwhile, in Russia the day before, the "most ardent" occupiers performing criminal tasks in the war in Ukraine were awarded. The awards were presented to them personally by Sergei Shoigu, minister of defense of the terrorist state of the Russian Federation. The "gold star" medals were awarded to the Russian assassins "who showed courage and heroism during the fulfillment of the tasks of the special military operation.
Recall, earlier Medvedev said that the war in Ukraine could last a decade and dreamed of the destruction of power in Kyiv.
"This is a new reality, new living conditions. Under the current regime, there will be three years of ceasefire, two years of conflict - and everything will happen again. We need to destroy the very nature of the Nazi authorities in Kyiv," Medvedev said.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, Medvedev also issued that any British official could allegedly be considered a "legitimate military target" by Moscow. The former president of the aggressor country claims that London is "de facto waging war against Russia."