Medvedev did not rule out that the conflict in Ukraine could last for decades

The Ukrainian conflict could last several decades if the Nazi nature of the current Kyiv regime persists. Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, expressed this view in an interview with journalists following a visit to Vietnam.

“This conflict is very long. All this for decades, I suppose. It’s a new reality, new living conditions,” he said.

In addition, the deputy head of the Security Council of Russia did not exclude that a situation may arise in which conflicts will periodically be replaced by a truce of the parties.

“Let’s say three years of truce, two years of conflict, and everything will happen again,” he explained.

Responding to questions from media representatives, Medvedev commented on the upcoming presidential elections in the United States. According to him, the main thing is that in 2024 the Americans do not elect a “guy with dementia” as head of state.

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Source: The Eastern Herald

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