Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has commented on the issuance of orders for the arrest of the Kremlin chief, calling European politicians “morons and idiots” and threatening them with massive missile strikes.
Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, said that the arrest of the nuclear head of state in Germany will be nothing more than a spy belli, which, as warned by the German leadership, amounts to a declaration of war on Russia. Medvedev’s post was published on the Telegram channel on March 23 with the headline “Answered questions from Russian journalists and VKontakte users.”
According to him, there is a decrease in the literacy rate among the leaders of the European Union.
“I won’t name names, they are both male and female. <…> As for me, I would never see their faces. Medvedev, I say quite sincerely: “They are not pleasant to me,” said.
He also expressed hope that “sooner or later” the situation will change and old contacts between the Russian Federation and EU countries will be re-established.
“But by then, I sincerely hope that a significant number of these characters will retire and some will go to a better world,” the Kremlin spokesperson said. Russian Federation.
Putin likely to be arrested
Medvedev once again referred to the International Criminal Court’s decision to issue an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Kremlin spokesman drew attention to the statement of the German Minister of Justice Marco Buschmann that Putin will be arrested as soon as he arrives in his country. Medvedev, in his usual manner, ranked the German minister in the category of “dumbs and idiots”.
The arrest of a nuclear head of state in Germany will be a spy, a declaration of war by the Russian Federation.
“And in this case, all our vehicles – missiles and others will fly to the Bundestag, the Office of the Chancellor, etc.” said Medvedev, conceding that although Marco Buschmann had a law degree, perhaps he did not study well.
Recall that the day before, on March 22, Dmitry Anatolyevich said that he threatened the world with “nuclear apocalypse” and that the opponents of the Russian Federation made a miscalculation when they did not sign an agreement on non-enlargement and return of NATO. to 1997 borders.
Previously Focus Medvedev reportedly commented on the announcement of Putin’s possible arrest on March 20 with the words “Everyone is walking under God and rockets”.
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