The former Russian president has established himself as one of the harshest critics of the West for imposing sanctions on Moscow since the start of the Russian offensive in Ukraine. Now he drives the point home.
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday expressed his disgust with the Ukrainian people on the social networking site Telegram. These are the thrilling words that will be part of the provocative publications by this Russian politician, former President of the Russian Federation from 2008 to 2012 and Prime Minister from 2012 to 2020. Today he is the Vice President of the powerful Russian Security Council.
“They want us to die, Russia, but as long as I’m alive, I will do anything to make them disappear.” The 56-year-old former leader wrote, however, without specifying who the target of his statements was. A new eruption of ideas explaining the aggression of a section of the Kremlin in this war against Ukraine.
Russia: “I am often asked why my messages in the Telegram are so harsh.
The answer is that I hate them. They are bastards and perverts. They want death for us, Russia. As long as I live, I will do everything I can to make them disappear. “(Dmitry Medvedev) pic.twitter.com/FnaOrwUahW
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