Russia will take revenge for new Western sanctions: ex-President Medvedev

Former Russian President and current number two in the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev asserted this Saturday that his country would take revenge for Western sanctions imposed on the occasion of the second anniversary of the offensive in Ukraine and the death of its opponent Alexei Navalny.

As he argued in his Telegram account, this explains the reason for the US, EU and UK sanctions announced in recent days “It is clear: the worse for Russian citizens, the better for the Western world.”


What impact will it have on me if the war in #Ukraine doesn’t end? Basically in everything… but we normalized it… #Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will be two years old on February 24, 2024. #WarNews

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“We must remember this and take revenge on them wherever possible. They are our enemies,” the senior Russian official added.

Medvedev also encouraged “creating difficulties in the economies of these countries” and “stirring up popular discontent over the incompetent policies of the Western authorities.” Likewise, he believed that Russia “should carry out other activities on its territory that cannot be publicly addressed.”

In fact, in recent years Russia has often been accused of promoting disinformation campaigns in Western countries. Medvedev, who replaced Vladimir Putin as President of Russia between 2008 and 2012, At that time he was considered a rather liberal personality, although she has emerged as one of the most radical voices against the Western powers since Russia’s campaign in Ukraine began two years ago.


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