Dmitriy Medvedev threatens Ukraine and its allies “I hate them, I will do everything in their power to make them disappear” | international | News

The former Russian President and current Vice-President of the Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, expressed on his Telegram channel the “hate” he feels towards his country’s opponents, including Ukraine and its allies.

Medvedev, who served as president from 2008 to 2012, was also prime minister from 2012 to 2020. The official repeatedly spoke out against his enemies, without specifying who they were.

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“They are often asked why my posts on Telegram are so cruel. The answer is that I hate them. They are bastards and degenerates,” the 56-year-old Russian explained.

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They want our death, the death of Russia. But as long as I live I will do everything in my power to make them disappear.” Medvedev was also one of the biggest motivations for the Russian offensive in Ukraine.

Having learned about the economic sanctions imposed on Moscow, he asserted, according to Infobae, that “European idiots, with their zeal, once again showed that they consider their own citizens, and their own companies, enemies no less than the Russians.”

Dmitry Medvedev’s government has been the only one-term government since the end of the Soviet Union. His position was supposed to preserve the position of Vladimir Putin, who could not rule in succession. Since then, he has been one of the closest officials to the Russian president.

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