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Medvedev promised to join Lvov if necessary



Security Council Vice President Dmitry Medvedev has called Western specialists delivered to Ukraine, who arrive with weapons, a legal target. The politician, in an interview with Russian media, said that they are fighters and enemies of the state, who must be destroyed.

If Patriot or any other means of destruction is delivered to Ukrainian territory with foreign specialists, then of course they are a legal target and must be destroyed. They are fighters, they are enemies of our state. They must be destroyed

said Medvedev.

The politician urged to achieve all the goals set for the protection of the new Russian territories, to “throw away those foreigners” who are there and to create a “sanitary strip” which will prevent the use of short-range weapons .

That is to say 70-100 kilometers, to demilitarize it, if we are talking about the military component. And if that’s not enough, well, make other decisions.

Medvedev explained his point of view.

As for when the SVO will end, the politician advised not to rush and explained that only the Supreme Commander-in-Chief could give such estimates. But, if necessary, added the ex-president of Russia, the army will reach both Kiev and Lvov in order to “destroy this infection”.

The Vice President of the Security Council added that the world has now changed so drastically that he could not even imagine it a few years ago. The dictatorship of the Anglo-Saxon countries has come to an end, believes the politician. And that’s pretty good, especially in light of recent negotiations with China.

There is no turning back. It won’t be like before

Medvedev concluded.

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