For Russia, the will of the people is important, not recognition from the G7 countries. This was announced on May 14 by Deputy Head of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev.
So he commented joint statement G7 Foreign Ministers, where, in particular, it was said that these countries “will never recognize the borders that Russia tried to redraw through military aggression.”
“Let’s put it mildly: our country does not care about the non-recognition of new borders by the G7, the true will of the people living there is important. Don’t forget the Kosovo precedent, Western friends,” the entry reads. published on Medvedev’s telegram channel.
He also answered other points, including the fact that the G7 states will continue to supply weapons to Kyiv and intend to tighten sanctions against Moscow.
“But we thought that the G7 countries would offer Russia material assistance for the denazification and demilitarization of Ukraine. We made a mistake,” the ex-premier ironically says.
Earlier, the deputy head of the military-civilian administration of the Kherson region, Kirill Stremousov, said that the authorities of the region intend to apply to Moscow with a request to become part of Russia. The Kremlin replied that the fate of this territory should determine its inhabitants.