Medvedev admits that the war in Ukraine could drag on for decades

Medvedev admits that the war in Ukraine could drag on for decades

May 26. (EUROPE PRESS) –

The former Russian president and current vice president of the country’s Security Council, Dimitri Medvedev, admitted this Friday that the war in Ukraine could last for decades.

Medvedev has indicated that this conflict may be long and probably last for decades: “This is a new reality, new living conditions,” he told reporters during a visit to Vietnam.

Thus, he has maintained that “there will be three years of truce, two years of conflict, and everything will repeat itself.” In addition, he has indicated that “it is necessary to destroy the very nature of Nazi power in kyiv,” according to statements collected by the Russian agency TASS.

On the other hand, regarding the United States presidential elections for 2024, when asked about which candidate he likes the most, he considered that “the main thing is not to elect a guy with dementia”, referring to the current president, Joe Biden, who will seek re-election in the elections.

As for the Republican candidates, Medvedev has pointed out that “Trump is a good guy, but a coward.” Likewise, he has remarked that “historically, it has always been easier for the Kremlin to work with the Republicans.”

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