Dmitry Medvedev Brutally Insults Zelenskyy and Warns the West and Ukraine

Dmitry Medvedev isn't happy about the rumors about the peace conference in June

by Sead Dedovic
Dmitry Medvedev Brutally Insults Zelenskyy and Warns the West and Ukraine
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The deputy chairman of the Security Council of Russia, Dmitry Medvedev, has reacted to the announcement of the peace conference on Ukraine scheduled for June, at the request of Kiev. 

Russians, of course, are not happy with the announcement of such a conference, since they will not be part of it. Medvedev and other top politicians of this country are frustrated with the way individuals behave towards them. 

Volodymyr Zelenskyy is the person who provokes the greatest anger, and it seems that Medvedev harbors immense anger towards the Ukrainian leader. Medvedev stresses that this conference will show how powerless Western powers are, but also expose the weaknesses of Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

The Russians are closely monitoring the situation and intend to exploit every weakness of their opponents. At this moment, Russia's adversaries are not just Ukraine, but NATO and the West. 

In recent months, the Russian military has made significant progress on the front, with the intention of advancing until the end. 

"First, it will come as yet another proof of failure of the so-called peace plan by the halfwit Zelenskyy. Furthermore, it would be best for that * to visit and thus once again confirm the lack of his intellectual worth. Second, it will be visible proof of the complete impotence of today's Western elites, who have undergone a painful self-castration of their potential to stop military conflict. Moreover, this was done on the direct orders of a group of senile doctors from Washington," said Medvedev, as translated from Klix.

Volodymyr Zelenskyy
Volodymyr Zelenskyy© Chris McGrath/Getty Images News

This is the momentum they want to capitalize on to achieve absolute victory. Medvedev believes that the peace summit will enable the Russian army to cleanse the territories of Ukraine. Additionally, this prominent politician wants the Ukrainian leadership, led by Volodymyr Zelenskyy, to finally experience collapse.

"It will enable our Armed Forces to further 'cleanse' the territories of Malorussia (occupied parts of Ukraine, editor's note) from neo-Nazis without any hindrance or regard for anyone's peace initiatives. It will also allow us to continue our work towards the ultimate collapse of the Ukrainian leadership and the sooner return of our original territories to Russia. Thank you, land of cheese and watches," concluded Medvedev.

While talks of the peace summit continue, the Russian army is seizing the momentum and advancing on the front, as we've already mentioned. They intend to apply pressure near Avdiivka. It seems that the warnings issued by Volodymyr Zelenskyy to the USA and other countries have proven to be true. 

In an environment where Ukrainians lack sufficient weaponry, defending against such an enemy is almost an impossible mission. The military leadership of Ukraine also warns of the progress of the Russian army and fears what will happen in the coming months.

The USA has approved aid worth $60 million, but assistance has yet to arrive. The situation is becoming more tense day by day, and nervousness can be felt among the military and political leadership of Ukraine. Another reason for fear exists due to the announcement that the Russian army will launch a major offensive at the end of May.

Ukrainian military commander, Oleksandr Syrsky, admitted that many villages have fallen, and the army had to withdraw. It seems to be the biggest progress of the Russian army since the beginning of the war. Russians emphasize through social media that Ukrainians are in panic, aware of the danger that may come.

Volodymyr Zelenskyy wants the aid to arrive as soon as possible

The Ukrainian leader demands that the aid arriving from the West be expedited, considering that Ukrainians won't be able to fight against the Russians for much longer if assistance doesn't arrive soon. A huge problem for Zelenskyy is also the lack of military strength, as many are unwilling to be conscripted or have previously deserted the army. 

The Ukrainian leader is further burdened by the fact that many fighters, especially those experienced, have died in battles so far. 

The Russian army has no intention of stopping, still bombarding Kharkiv, and they also aim to reclaim the lost territory they lost at the end of 2022. This concerns the front near Kupiansk. The Russians have several other objectives, of course, about which they don't want to disclose. Everything will become clearer in a few weeks, when the Russians could launch a major offensive.

The world and the West hope that the Ukrainians have the strength to defend themselves and resist Russia in the coming months. The aid that will come to them will be crucial in defending their country. The question arises: How long will the Ukrainians have the strength to fight against such a powerful enemy? Such a question brings along various scenarios that we don't even want to contemplate. The consequences could be immense.

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