Medvedev hysterically threatened western Ukraine with ecocatastrophe after SIG tanker stike
The deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitriy Medvedev has came up with another hysterical idea after the SIG tanker strike. The drunk Russian politician started threatening Ukraine once again.
He talked about the strikes on Ukrainian cities in his traditional manner. Medvedev shared his inadequate thoughts on Telegram.
Medvedev cynically stated that there should be more attacks on Odesa, Izmail and other peaceful cities. Moreover, he said that the terrorist state Russia can arrange another ecological catastrophe.
He added that the regions in western Ukraine, which in Medvedev's sick imagination will soon "join" Poland, will suffer the most.
In addition, he continued to blackmail the civilized world with the grain deal, after the withdrawal from which the terrorist country Russia started hitting Ukrainian ports in an attempt to block the passage of ships in the Black Sea.
A maritime drone crashed into a SIG tanker 30 miles from the Kerch Strait on the night of August 5. Russian media later published a photo of the damaged SIG tanker. It received a breach in the engine room. The crew remains on the ship, as there is allegedly no threat of sinking.
Earlier it was reported that the attack on a large Russian SIG oil tanker, which was transporting fuel for Russian troops, was the work of the Security Service and the Ukrainian Navy. The special operation followed the classic scenario: surface drone, 450 kilograms of TNT and explosion.