Medvedev: Who says Ukraine will exist in 2 years?


Deputy Head of Russia’s Security Council Dmitry Medvedev took to Telegram on Wednesday and conveyed his doubts about Ukraine still being around in two years.

He referred to a post saying that Ukraine “seeks to get LNG from its overseas sponsors under lend-lease and pay for it in two years,” because otherwise “it will just freeze” next winter. “The only question is, who says that Ukraine will still exist in two years?” Medvedev maintained.

However, in his words, “the Americans don’t care anymore.” “They have invested so much in the ‘anti-Russia’ project that everything else means nothing to them,” Medvedev emphasized.

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev threatens to cut diplomatic ties  to Western countries in response to sanctions over Ukraine