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Former Russian President Medvedev: Putin wants to open the Eurasia region from Lisbon to Vladivostok

Former Russian President Medvedev: Putin wants to open the Eurasia region from Lisbon to Vladivostok

Former Russian President and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev made an astonishing statement on Telegram. He said that Putin’s goal is to build an open Eurasia – from Lisbon to Vladivostok. It is not clear what he means by this statement. But it is already causing concern on social media.

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A striking statement by Dmitry Medvedev, former Russian President, Prime Minister and ally of current President Vladimir Putin. And he posted a long message via the communication channel on Tuesday cable Entitled “On Tradition and True History”.

In it he wrote, among other things, that the horror stories about the town of Potsja are false. Just like the bombing of the maternity hospital in Mariupol, he says. It is a fake “matured in the ironic imagination of Ukrainian propaganda”. According to Medvedev, they will be sent to the world through countless public relations offices run by Western governments and NGOs.

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Medvedev continues to cite the claim that the Russians have been keeping it for weeks. They are in Ukraine to ensure that the country is stripped of fair. He writes: “The emotional part of the Ukrainians has been praying for the Third Reich for 30 years.” According to him, in every Ukrainian military unit, Nazi symbols were found by Russian soldiers. He writes: “Literature, posters, even the swastika!”

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has firmly set the goal of disarmament and disarmament of Ukraine. All these complex tasks do not happen at once. And they will not be decided on the battlefields alone.” The main goal, according to Medvedev, will be to change the mentality of the Ukrainians, whom the former president says are “bloody” and “full of false myths”.

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His speech ended the speech with a sentence: “The goal is in the interest of peace for future generations of Ukrainians themselves and the possibility of building an open Eurasia at last – from Lisbon to Vladivostok.”

It is this latest statement in particular that is worrying analysts and on social media. Although it is not entirely clear how this can be explained.