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Conflicts, Military and WarDmitry Medvedev calls NATO peacekeepers in Ukraine a 'fabulous idea'

Dmitry Medvedev calls NATO peacekeepers in Ukraine a ‘fabulous idea’

Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation: NATO members are pissed off by creatures who jumped off the reels out of redneck and arrogance
Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Medvedev, commented on NATO’s plans to send its troops to Ukraine under the guise of “blue helmets”.
– NATO members aren’t just cheeky creatures who skipped reels because of their slob and arrogance. They treat everyone like morons. And, smiling cynically, they offer their ‘peacekeeping’ services,” Medvedev wrote in his Telegram account.
According to Medvedev, the so-called NATO peacekeepers will simply enter a conflict on the side of the enemy in order to warm their hands, bring the situation to the point of no return and finally trigger a third world War.
“These ‘peacekeepers’ are our direct enemies. They will be a legitimate target for our armed forces. They are soldiers of the enemy and they will die in hostilities. Is Europe ready for a long line coffins of his “peacekeepers”?
Let us recall that Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban let slip NATO’s plan to send its military units to Ukraine as blue helmets. He also believes that the appearance of NATO soldiers in the zone of contact with Russian troops leads to the start of a full-fledged Third World War.Dmitry Medvedev’s post calling NATO peacekeepers in Ukraine a “bogus idea”

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