The deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, Medvedev, has called the discussion of supplying tanks to Ukraine at the Davos forum a “disgrace”: it is good that there is no Russian or Chinese business there today.
Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev has called the discussion of supplying tanks to Ukraine at the World Economic Forum in Davos an “embarrassment”.
“What a disgrace, if not to put it more crudely. There is a pithy Russian word for the same letter,” he wrote.
Medvedev recalled that the event used to discuss economic topics.
“It’s a good thing that neither Russian nor Chinese business is there today,” the deputy chairman of the Security Council pointed out.
Medvedev believes that Warsaw is proposing to transfer tanks to Ukraine in order to bring closer “the long-awaited partition of Ukraine for the Prussian people.” However, to do this, it is necessary to collectively draw up a document on Ukraine’s capitulation, which would determine the future of the former territories, the Russian deputy secretary of the Security Council has said.
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