Putin’s friend Dmitry Medvedev suggested that Ukraine would not come into being in two years.

One of the closest allies of Russian President Vladimir Putin suggested that Ukraine might not exist for another two years.

Former President and Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev, who is currently serving as the country’s deputy head of the Security Council, Took to their telegram channel. On Wednesday, Ukraine is expected to consider efforts to secure gas imports from its Western allies.

“I saw a report that Ukraine wanted to get from its overseas masters. [liquified natural gas] Medvedev wrote. “Otherwise the country will be frozen next winter.

“But here’s the question. Who said that in two years, Ukraine will be on the world map?”

“But it doesn’t matter to the Americans – they are investing so much in their ‘anti-Russian’ project that everything else is trivial for them.”

Dmitry Medvedev is the former Prime Minister and President of Russia.
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A Russian soldier walks past a destroyed metallurgical combine Azustal plant in Mariupol.
A Russian soldier walks past a destroyed metallurgical combine Azustal plant in Mariupol, Ukraine.
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Mikhail Podoliak, a top adviser to Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky. Medvedev targeted on TwitterKremlin insiders accused of being a statue of Russian imperialism.

Podoliak tweeted, “A very insecure little man who sprays poison on Ukraine or threatens the world that this is the only way to prove himself.” Ukraine has been, is and will remain. The question is, where will Dmitry Medvedev be in two years?

Medvedev is speaking out in support of what Russia calls its “special military operation” in Ukraine, which is now in its fourth month.

Medvedev poses with Vladimir Putin in 2020.
Medvedev with Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2020.
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Destroyed village of Privelia in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine.
Destroyed village of Privelia in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine.
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The former president has used his social media platform to rally against Ukraine and its foreign allies, who are sending billions of dollars worth of weapons and military equipment to help the country fight the invaders.

Earlier this month, Medvedev warned Western nations not to wait for the “four horses of the Apocalypse” but to try to find a diplomatic solution to deal with Russia.