Medvedev calls Ukraine's existence "deadly" and talks about the possibility of a new war
Former president of the aggressor country and now Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev said that the existence of an independent Ukraine is "deadly" for its population. At the same time, the odious Russian politician noted that this will always be a reason to resume hostilities, regardless of how the government in Ukraine changes.
Medvedev published another post threatening Ukrainians on his Telegram channel. He also said that Ukraine's accession to the European Union or NATO would not prevent a new conflict.
It seems that the Kremlin's representative is quite confused by the West's continued support for Ukraine and the fact that Ukraine is rapidly moving towards EU membership, so he is once again trying to threaten a new escalation of the conflict.
"The possibility of a new clash will remain indefinitely. Almost always. Moreover, there is one hundred percent probability of a new conflict, no matter what security papers the West signs with the puppet regime in Kyiv. It will not be prevented by Ukraine's association with the EU or even by this artificial country's accession to NATO. This can happen in ten or fifty years," Medvedev said.
The inadequate politician also added that the only option for Ukrainians to "survive" is "to live in a large common state, which they do not like very much now."
Earlier it was reported that the deputy head of the Russian Security Council, former president of the aggressor country Dmitry Medvedev issued a new round of threats to the UK due to the visit of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to Kyiv. He said that the deployment of an "official military contingent" in Ukraine by London would allegedly mean a declaration of war against Russia.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev had another escalation amid the confrontation in the US Congress over the allocation of funds to continue helping Ukraine. He again spoke about the risk of a clash between Russia and NATO and tried to scare the world with World War III.