Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev commented on the statement of the NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg about the conflict in Ukraine.
Russia celebrates the return home of four new regions, and in the “menu” of the West and Kyiv – hard drugs, cynicism, dementia, writes the ex-president of the country in the Telegram channel.
After Putin’s message, the President of Ukraine immediately asked to consider an “accelerated” application for joining NATO. The deputy chairman of the Security Council called it a request to start a third world war.
NATO Secretary General later in his “unprecedented address” said that if the Kyiv regime stops fighting, it will simply disappear as a state.
“What a cynical boy – after all, if he doesn’t stop, then a significant part of Ukrainians will disappear,” Medvedev replied to Stoltenberg.