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Dmitry Medvedev attacks Poland and Olaf Schultz, who compares him to Hitler

Dmitry Medvedev compared the German chancellor, Olaf Schulz, to Adolf Hitler. In another scandalous entry on Telegram, the former Russian president, one of Vladimir Putin’s closest allies, also wrote about the “Polish-Prussian alliance.” According to him, Poland and Germany would benefit if Ukraine disappeared from the map.

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Medvedev wonders why “Chancellor Shultz needs Ukraine” in a telegram. In his opinion, “there is no need to look far for the answer.”

The Polish-Prussian alliance, which with all its might escalated the situation and pushed the restless Volodymyr Zelensky to more and more disastrous actions and statements, You will benefit greatly if Ukraine is not on the map as a country“- writes the Russian.

Medvedev compares Schultz to Hitler

But factories, fields, mines, strategic spaces and false human resources will remain. I remember someone who argued similarly in the late 1930s with the same language and with the same enthusiasm. You know what happened” Medvedev compares the German chancellor to Adolf Hitler.

Medvedev also commented on the words Henry KissingerThe 98-year-old American politician, who spoke Monday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, expressed the view that failure to negotiate with Russia and further antagonizing Moscow could have serious consequences for Europe’s long-term stability.

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“Ukraine must agree to cede part of its territory in order to reach a peace agreement with Russia and an immediate end to the three-month war,” the former US Secretary of State said in a statement to the US weekly Newsweek. .

Medvedev wrote that Kissinger “called on Kyiv to make concessions to Moscow and make a sober and realistic assessment of the situation.”

And begin negotiations as soon as possible, before there is too much tension that could have disastrous consequences for Europe and plunge it into chaos. In this case, the young rooster should listen to an experienced hawksaid the former Russian president.

“By the way, the venerable old man for many years was not known for his sympathy for Russia, but he always thought rationally,” Medvedev noted.

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Medvedev’s Entry Series

This is another part of the series of disgraceful entries by Medvedev, who is currently the deputy secretary of the Russian Security Council. In early April, the former Russian president wrote that “Russia’s goal is to build an open Eurasia – from Lisbon to Vladivostok” and He lied about the Bokza genocide, claiming that the Ukrainian armed forces were “prepared to kill its own civilians.”

Earlier, Medvedev directly attacked Poland, claiming that “Polish propaganda is the most malicious, vitriolic and loud criticism of Russia”, and “Poland is a society of political fools”.

In turn, at the end of March, the former Russian president wrote that The Polish authorities want to annex part of the territory of Ukraine, which is “like a delicious morsel” for the authorities in Warsaw.. He claimed that “fear of Russia has become the trend in Poland today”.

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According to reports from the Russian website, Medusa Medvedev is in the Kremlin as one of Putin’s possible successors.


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