April 1, 2023

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We will win in Ukraine and are ready to advance to the borders of Poland

Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council

Russia and Ukraine

Medvedev confirmed two days ago that Moscow will defend itself by all means, including the use of nuclear weapons

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Dmitry Medvedev, the deputy head of the Russian Security Council, announced on Friday that Russia would win Ukraine and was ready to move “to Poland’s borders”.

“We will achieve victory,” wrote a second official in the Russian Security Council on the “Telegram” app, adding that “the goal is to push the boundaries of threats as far as possible, even if it is the borders to our country.” Poland.”

In his letter, Medvedev again accused the Ukrainian government of being “neo-Nazi” for committing “genocide” against the Russian-speaking population in Ukraine, an unjustified charge that the Kremlin used as a pretext to justify military action.

Medvedev spoke of “negotiations” after Russia’s “victory,” but it was unclear whether his comments reflected Russian President Vladimir Putin’s position.

He believed that the negotiations would be “difficult and tense” and that the decisions on Ukraine’s side would be “made by those who cross the seas, who supply arms to Kiev and send money to keep the Ukrainian economy afloat.” It is.”

Medvedev confirmed on Wednesday that Moscow would defend itself by all means, including the use of nuclear weapons, after his country announced on Tuesday that it would withdraw from the New Start nuclear deal with the United States.

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Medvedev said in “Telegram”: “If America wants to defeat Russia, we have the right to defend ourselves with all weapons, including nuclear weapons.”

Russian military operations in Ukraine entered their second year on Friday as bloody battles and street battles continue between the two countries, as the Russian military tries to establish control over Ukrainian territories while Kiev receives Western logistical and military support. Russian bear.

On Friday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky tweeted that 2023 is the year of victory after a year of pain and proving that Ukraine is invincible.

He added, “On February 24, millions chose not the white flag, but the blue and yellow flag. We don’t run, we confront, we choose resistance and struggle. It’s pain and sorrow, hope and solidarity. This year, we have been indomitable, We know 2023 will be our winning year!

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