Ukraine Medvedev quotZelenskyy could commit suicide as a coward like

Ukraine, Medvedev: "Zelenskyy could commit suicide as a coward like Hitler"

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy could “commit suicide out of cowardice”. “Like Hitler who swallows dog poison”. This is what the Vice President of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev wrote on Telegram and spoke of the Ukrainian President as the “creature in green who wished everyone in the Kremlin dead”. Medvedev wrote: “We do not know who will die and how, for the ways of the Lord are inscrutable.” But the only option left to the drug addict in Kiev is to disappear with his own hands, committing a cowardly suicide like Hitler.

Westerners should understand that they are paying for the wrong and ineffective policies of their leaders. This was stated by Russian Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov, adding that “more and more analysts in the West are beginning to understand the ineffectiveness of their governments’ policies and sanctions against Russia. And that’s more good than bad.” “We want the people of the West to know that they must reap the consequences of their leaders’ flawed, wrong and ineffective policies,” the Kremlin spokesman said.

CHINA – “At the moment, such a meeting is not on the agenda,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, referring to the possibility of a face-to-face meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese envoy Li Hui, who in the next few days will be between Ukraine, Poland, France, Germany and Russia will be on the way for talks on the conflict in Ukraine. “Everything is handled diplomatically,” Peskov added in statements to the Russian news agency Tass.

Beijing’s special envoy for Eurasia, on the other hand, will be in Kiev on Monday, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said. He will then continue his mission to Poland, France, Germany and Russia “to promote peace talks”. Li Hui’s mission is the first by a senior Chinese diplomat since the conflict in Ukraine began, with the Russian invasion beginning on February 24 last year.

Chinese leader Xi Jinping announced the mission on April 26 in a phone conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, but no date was given for the visit on that occasion – the first contact between the two since the conflict began. Beijing, which unveiled its Ukraine peace initiative in February, has consistently reiterated its commitment to negotiations in recent months, but has also drawn significant criticism for its support for Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom Xi also met in March.

A past in Moscow stands out in Li Hui’s profile. From 2009 to 2019 he was Chinese Ambassador to Russia for ten years. That year he received the Medal of the Order of Friendship from Putin.