Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev, referring to a military special operation in an interview with Russian media, noted that nothing could be ruled out and, if necessary, to go to Kiev or Lvov to “exterminate the infection”. In his Telegram channel he published fragments of the interview.
“You can’t rule anything out. If you have to go to Kiev then you have to go to Kiev, if you have to go to Lviv then you have to go to Lviv in order to exterminate this infection,” he said.
Furthermore, Medvedev urged the Ukrainian authorities to think carefully about their readiness for the use of depleted uranium munitions in the country.
He also added that at present it is incorrect to talk about the timing of the military special operation, you should not rush.
Medvedev’s post did not rule out the advance of the Russian army in Kiev or Lvov
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