Medvedev, deputy chairman of Russia’s Security Council and former leader of the country, said they would return their lands in Ukraine.

Medvedev, deputy chairman of Russia’s Security Council and former leader of the country, repeated his famous threats and accusations on the anniversary of the invasion: “We must repel threats against our country as much as possible, even against the border.”

Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev made a statement on his social media account on the occasion of the first anniversary of the Ukrainian-Russian war.

Medvedev said: “A year has passed since the beginning of the special operation. A year has passed since our soldiers restored order, peace and justice on our lands, defended our people and cleansed the roots of Nazism. They are our heroes. The whole country helps them, providing the front with everything necessary. Victory will be achieved. We all want this to happen as soon as possible. This day will come. We will take back our lands. “We will reliably protect our people, who suffered during the years of genocide and bombings,” he said.

Emphasizing that they would win the war and put Kyiv at the negotiating table, Medvedev said: “From now on, the time for negotiations will come. I am sure that the negotiations will be difficult and tense. Our enemy is the official side of the negotiations, but the leader is different. Even if he is still alive, the decision will not be made by Zelensky or his representatives. The decision will be made across the ocean by those who supply Kyiv with weapons and allocate money to keep the Ukrainian economy afloat.” He argued that the goal of the sworn enemy of Russia is to weaken Russia as much as possible.

“Therefore, they are not interested in ending the conflict. But sooner or later they will do it, and then there will be an agreement,” Mevdeev said, adding that this agreement would probably not contain certain conditions related to borders, and that this would not mean an inclusive European security pact, and that it became vital for Russia to expand its own borders. “That’s why it’s so important that the special operation achieves all its goals,” Medvedev said. We must repel threats to our country as much as possible, up to the Polish border. We must destroy neo-Nazism,” he said.

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