Medvedev: Russia may demand total surrender of Kiev regime in the future
In the future, the Ukrainian side may face total surrender on Russia's terms – as noted by the Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Medvedev, in his Telegram channel
Earlier, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that he has no plans so far to negotiate with the Russian side, since he does not see the latter’s desire to do so. According to him, conclusion of any agreements could be talked about only after the withdrawal of Russian troops from the Ukrainian territory.
"Someone Zelenskyy said that he would not conduct a dialogue with those who put forward ultimatums. The present ‘ultimatums’ are a children's warm–up before the future demands,” Mr. Medvedev commented on the Ukrainian leader’s statement.
According to the Deputy Chairman of Russia’s Security Council, Mr. Zelenskyy is well aware of the requirements of the Russian side. “This is the total surrender of the Kiev regime on Russia’s terms,” he stressed.