Posted 13 декабря 2022, 14:19

Published 13 декабря 2022, 14:19

Modified 24 декабря 2022, 22:38

Updated 24 декабря 2022, 22:38

Medvedev called Zelensky a "bloody clown" for inviting foreigners to the SMO zone

13 декабря 2022, 14:19
Фото: Росбалт
Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev posted a warning to European politicians about the danger of visiting Ukraine on his telegram channel.

Thus, he commented on the statements of the Ukrainian leadership about the need to send European experts to the Ukrainian power plants affected by the shelling.

“The stoned bloody clown is asking the EU to send missions to Ukrainian critical infrastructure. Apparently, he wants the Europeans to sit there as human shields. These fools are not sorry, but the cannon fodder of the Armed Forces of Ukraine is apparently not enough for him. Fresh blood is needed”, - Medvedev said.

He added that the Russian authorities strongly recommend that reliable Europeans "this time not agree to the role assigned to them".

Earlier, on December 13, it became known that the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Peskov, called the “three steps to peace” proposed by Zelensky as steps towards further hostilities.

The essence of the measures proposed by Zelensky was for the West to continue supplying arms and money to Kyiv, to support energy stability in the country, and to promote the “peace formula”.

Recall that earlier Dmitry Medvedev in social networks has already made harsh statements about individual politicians. Thus, he called “imbeciles” those who impose anti-Russian sanctions, criticized Western countries for declaring restrictions against relatives of Russian politicians. In his publications, he called the former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson a freak, and his successor, also a former prime minister, Liz Truss, "an incompetent and mediocre thermonuclear Russophobe". He stated that Truss "will quarrel with everyone, fail everything and leave in disgrace", like Johnson. Medvedev called the sanctions policy of Britain against the Russian Federation "crazy".

At the end of November, he criticized the "alpha males of Pindostan", reproaching them for "economic infidelity" to Europe. On the eve of Medvedev spoke about the possibility of returning the death penalty in the Russian Federation.