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Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Medvedev called the non-recognition of the new borders of Ukraine G7 indifferent to Russia

Deputy Chairman of the Security Council (SC) of Russia Dmitry Medvedev commented on the statements of the G7 foreign ministers, which they made following the three-day meeting. He shared his opinion in the official Telegram-channel.

About the borders of Ukraine

Medvedev noted that the G7 statements “did not strike with their novelty”, and commented on each of these points, including anti-Russian sanctions. In particular, he criticized the position of the countries that came out with the non-recognition of the new borders of Ukraine. The deputy chairman of the Security Council called this decision indifferent for Russia.

Let’s put it mildly: our country does not care about the non-recognition of new borders by the G7, what matters is the true will and opinion of the people living there. Don’t forget the Kosovo precedent, Western friends

Dmitry Medvedev Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia

May 14 G7 countries refused recognize changes in the borders of Ukraine. German Foreign Minister Annalena Burbock stressed that the G7 is ready to introduce new restrictions against Russia, its representatives and institutions.

About the war with Russia and sanctions

The politician also said that the G7 member states are waging a covert war with Russia, supplying Kyiv weapons and ignoring problems in the fields of energy and food. According to him, the “Big” “seven robs its citizens to support the corrupt regime in Ukraine.”

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In addition, Medvedev ironically commented on the countries’ agreement on the introduction of new sanctions against Russia and noted that Moscow hoped to receive “material assistance for the denazification and demilitarization of Ukraine.” “Wrong,” he stressed.

The politician added that the Sevens did not discuss Russia’s inevitable use of strategic nuclear forces in the conflict.

The threat from Poland to Ukraine

On May 6, the President of Poland spoke about changes in the borders of Ukraine Andrzej Duda. According to him, the borders between the two countries will soon disappearand citizens “will be able to live together on this earth.”

There will no longer be a border between our countries – Poland and Ukraine. So that we live together on this earth, building and rebuilding together our common happiness and common strength, which will allow us to repel any danger or any possible threat.

Andrzej DudaPresident of Poland

At the same time, earlier on May 6, the official representative of the Kremlin Dmitry Peskov declared that for the territorial integrity of Ukraine exist threat from Poland. He noted that the rhetoric of the latter has not been friendly for a long time, and recently it has been distinguished by hostility.

Chapter Foreign Intelligence Services (SVR) of Russia Sergei Naryshkin another April 28 told about Poland’s plans to send peacekeepers to Ukraine for “protection from Russia”. It is assumed that Poland will send troops to the western regions of the country under the pretext of “protection against Russian aggression.”

Results of the G7 meeting

May 14 Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba Meets with their colleagues from the G7 countries. The meeting took place in Germany. During the conversation, the diplomat discussed with representatives of other countries the supply of weapons to Kyiv, sanctions against Moscow, the confiscation of Russian assets and the release of Ukrainian ports.

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will provide the G7 countries to Ukraine

Following the meeting of the G7 countries agreed provide Ukraine with 30 billion euros. The corresponding decision will be made by the G7 finance ministers next week. The German finance minister plays a key role in this matter. Christian Lindnersince Germany is chairing the G7 in 2022.

big seven

The Group of Seven (G7) is a group of countries that unites the UK, Germany, Italy, Canada, France, Japan and the United States. Summits of the informal organization are held annually in one of the seven states. In 1995, Russia became a member of the G8, but after the annexation of Crimea in 2014, the countries began to hold forums in the G7 format.

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