"Ukrainians are Russians": Medvedev threw a tantrum over Zelenskyy's decree on Russian territories historically inhabited by Ukrainians
Former Russian President and now Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev has thrown another tantrum online. This time, the reason for another surge in the Russian politician's inadequate statements was the decree of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on the territories of the Russian Federation historically inhabited by Ukrainians.
Medvedev published the relevant post on his Telegram channel. In it, Putin's henchman stated that Ukraine is allegedly the territory of Russia and once again made inadequate accusations against the Ukrainian authorities.
In particular, he accused the Ukrainian president of "drug use" and described his decision to protect Ukrainians on Russian territory as a propaganda move, which he considers to be caused by a "failure" at the front.
Medvedev also said that Zelenskyy could soon add Canada to Ukraine's territory.
"The senior Ukrainian drug addict made an unpretentious propaganda move caused by the failure at the front. Having mercilessly dragged in a double dose, he signed a decree on territorial claims to Russia on lands "historically inhabited by Ukrainians". There is nothing to comment on here, since Ukrainians are Russians, and Malorossia is part of Russia. And it's time for the main "Ukrainian" to give up. He will soon annex Canada..." Medvedev wrote.
Earlier it was reported that President Volodymyr Zelenskyy signed a decree on the territories of the Russian Federation historically inhabited by Ukrainians. The document refers to Krasnodar Krai, Belgorod, Bryansk, Voronezh, Kursk, and Rostov regions of the Russian Federation. The President instructed to develop cooperation between Ukrainians and the peoples enslaved by Russia.