Atlanta, USA (CNN) – Former Russian President and Vice President of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev said, on Friday, that Russia must push threats from its borders “to the maximum extent possible.”
Medvedev added in a post on Telegram, Friday: “It is very important to achieve all the goals of the special military operation, and to push the limits of threats to our country as far as possible, even if these are the borders of Poland.”
Medvedev stressed that Russia will achieve victory over Ukraine, adding: “We all want this to happen as soon as possible, and that day will come, we will return our lands and protect our people reliably,” as he described it.
He also indicated that after “difficult and difficult” negotiations, there will be an “agreement” without a “fundamental” consensus, on real borders or on a new Helsinki Pact that guarantees security in Europe.
Medvedev’s remarks come on the first anniversary of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine.
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