Head of State Vladimir Zelensky signed a decree on the territories of the Russian Federation historically inhabited by Ukrainians. The document caused hysterics in the former Russian president, deputy head of the Security Council of the aggressor country, Dmitry Medvedev.
The former head of Russia in his Telegram channel called Zelensky’s decree on the territories of the Russian Federation historically inhabited by Ukrainians “propaganda move,” which he allegedly made because of the failures of the Armed Forces of Ukraine at the front, reports “NBN.”
Traditionally, Putin’s comrade-in-arms issued a portion of propaganda pseudo-historical statements. According to Medvedev, Ukrainians are supposedly Russians, and their country, which the politician called “Little Russia” — “part of the Russian Federation.”
The former Russian leader called the guarantor “a senior Ukrainian drug addict,” noting that it was “time for him to quit,” otherwise he would “soon annex Canada” to his country.
Earlier, Medvedev threw a tantrum over the visit of British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to Kyiv. The Deputy Head of the Russian Security Council issued another threat against the United Kingdom, recalling the attacks on Belgorod.