The Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia, Dmitry Medvedev, believes that the tanks supplied by the West to Ukraine will soon “go to rusty scrap” and that these supplies will not save, in his words, the country falling apart. This is what the Russian politician wrote on his Telegram channel, commenting on the meeting in Lviv between the leaders of Ukraine, Poland and Lithuania, quoted by TASS.
In Medvedev’s words, the politicians in question “place their hopes on tanks. On any Leopards there, T-72 tanks modernized by our enemies, even on some English marriage”. “All this iron, in any case, will soon go to rusty scrap and will not save the falling apart artificial state,” noted Medvedev.
He added that some want to return Western Ukraine to its “previous owners” and Lviv to be called Lemberg again, BTA reported.
“In Lviv, which will once again bear the name Lemberg, they (Polish President Andrzej Duda, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky) met to legally hand over the western Ukrainian regions to their new (former) owners,” Medvedev wrote .
In his words, the leaders gathered for negotiations in Lviv “suffer from imperial ambitions and unexplained ailments caused by their turbulent history”.