July 3, 2022

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“Who can guarantee that in two years Ukraine will still be on the world map?” Asks former Russian President Medvedev.

Today, the Vice-Chairman of the Special Security Council of the Russian Federation commented on Ukraine’s desire to conclude a two-year agreement on the purchase of US liquefied petroleum gas. “Who can guarantee that in two years Ukraine will still be on the world map?” He asked. Medvedev was President of Russia from 2008 to 2012. He was considered a young inventor, but running indefinitely was an “alternative” to Vladimir Putin, who was banned by law. Medvedev recently issued several statements referring to his Ukrainian neighbor. Some observers fear that these statements seek to destroy Ukraine as an independent state. But according to the Kremlin, the goal of “military action” is to eliminate Ukrainian military capabilities and “liberate” the eastern part of the Donbass.

During the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which began on February 24, the main objective of the attack appeared to be to overthrow the pro-Western Ukrainian government, and the attacks were carried out near the capital, Kiev. But the government, led by President Volodymyr Zhelensky, has already announced that it will renounce its membership in NATO. Russian troops are now trying to capture the entire eastern part of the Donbass and retain the southeastern part of Kersen and Zaporizhia. The regions would later be consolidated and, like Crimea before them, would no longer come under Kiev’s control. For some viewers, the Kremlin really wants to subjugate the entire country in stages.

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