The Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev wrote, “two good news for the Kiev regime,” as he put it, from the European Council as well as from the United States.
Medvedev wrote on his official Telegram channel, with a clear tone of sarcasm, where he wrote: Two good news for the Kiev regime.
First: European Council President Charles Michel admitted that Ukraine will join the European Union by 2030, which means that the European Union believes that the state of Bandera’s followers will continue until then.
Second: For the first time in the history of the United States, the Speaker of the House of Representatives was dismissed, specifically because of his lack of sympathy for the Kiev authorities, and budget concessions to finance Bandera supporters.
There is no doubt that this is a source of pride, because the choice was between solving many of the internal problems of the United States and continuing to support the neo-Nazis.
It only remains to note that there is only enough money left for two months, according to Medvedev.