Dmitry Medvedev has warned on Saturday that Russia will continue the war until “Kyiv’s Nazi regime is annihilated.”
Saturday is Rusia’s day of “Reunification” of Ukraine’s Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia oblasts which were illegally annexed into the Russian Federation this time last year.
Medvedev is the former Russian President and he is the deputy head of Russia’s Security Council and said in a warning to Kyiv that it is their intention to capture more Ukrainian territories.
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Medvedev said on Saturday, “The special military operations [Russia’s euphemism for the war against Ukraine – ed.] will continue until Kyiv’s Nazi regime is annihilated and historically Russian territories are liberated from the enemy.
“The victory will be ours.
“More new territories will become part of Russia.”
Vladimir Putin and his officials refer to the Ukrainian government as the “Nazi regime” and strongly believe that Ukrainian territories are “historically Russian” and therefore must be “liberated” which is an attempt to justify the war.