"The enemy must come crawling in on his knees": Medvedev threw a tantrum over talks in Saudi Arabia
The deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, Dmitriy Medvedev, has had another tantrum. This time, the Ukrainophobe was furious about the summit in Saudi Arabia dedicated to the implementation of the Ukrainian Formula for Peace.
The odious politician was angry that dozens of countries supported the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine. Medvedev shared his inadequate thoughts in Telegram.
As is known, the participants of the summit in Saudi Arabia defined the basis of a future peace agreement for Ukraine. According to Medvedev, any peace proposals have a chance of success allegedly only if certain "conditions" are met.
The Ukrainophobe dreamed that the civilized world should consider the opinion of the terrorist state of Russia. In his traditional manner, he also said that Ukraine allegedly never existed before 1991.
Moreover, in Medvedev's sick imagination, our country is supposedly a "fragment of the Russian Empire". In addition, the Ukrainophobe continued to cynically talk about the alleged "return" of Ukraine's territories to the "composition of Russia."
"That mediator, who will be willing to recognize these obvious things, has a chance of success. All others - none. However, the negotiations themselves are not needed yet. The enemy should come crawling back on his knees, begging for mercy," Medvedev said.
We shall remind you that based on the results of the first day of the summit in Saudi Arabia, dedicated to the implementation of the Ukrainian Formula for Peace, the participants defined the basis of a future peace agreement for our country. Delegations from about 40 countries came to the decision that respect for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine should be the basis of any peace agreement.
Earlier it was reported that Ukraine made a new breakthrough at the meeting in Saudi Arabia to win the support of dozens of countries left behind by the war. It's the start of a broader campaign to ramp up diplomacy to isolate and weaken Russia.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, the U.S. believes the talks in Saudi Arabia could be the beginning of a peace process to end the war. However, unfortunately, peace requires the willingness of the aggressor country to be part of peace diplomacy.