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July 24 () –
The former Russian president and current vice president of the country’s Security Council, Dimitri Medvedev, has accused Ukraine of setting its target on Russia’s “civilian assets” to try to camouflage that the much-announced counter-offensive is not having the expected results for the moment.
“Our enemy is unable to achieve success in the course of the counteroffensive. So, they need informational victories that are inflated and irrational. Therefore, attacks on civilian objects are also acceptable for the Nazis,” Medvedev said on his official Telegram channel.
“Many ‘Ucraimbeciles’ are sincerely happy about it,” Medvedev has reproached, who also considers that the main Western powers allied with Ukraine are already showing a certain “impatience” at the lack of Ukrainian progress. “Where is your fucking victory?” He added.
Thus, in this context, the former Russian president – a trusted man of the current president, Vladimir Putin – has accused the Ukrainian Armed Forces of attacking “more and more peaceful civilian targets”, launching at this point an alert to the entire Russian population to remain alert to possible dangers.
Finally, Medvedev has urged the Russian authorities to reassess the situation and act accordingly, thus asking to change the targets of the Russian attacks in Ukraine. “We have to choose non-standard targets for our attacks,” added the former president.
Medvedev has pointed out that the Russian Armed Forces should go a step further and not only attack warehouses, energy centers and oil bases, but also “other places” where Ukraine is not expected to launch attacks from Russia and where “the effect would be very significant”.