Medvedev: "Ukraine is already terrorist state"

Dmitry Medvedev, Russian Security Council Deputy Chairman

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# 02 April 2024 22:17 (UTC +04:00)

Dmitry Medvedev called the discussion on the recognition of Ukraine as a terrorist state scholastic, APA reports citing NTV.

The deputy chairman of the UN Security Council said that Ukraine, which "freely, without consequences, kills its own and other people's citizens," has already turned into a terrorist state. "This is obvious even to nasty British fish—faced women and senile people in big sneakers for stability on the lawn of the White House," Medvedev said.

He added that if it is proved that representatives of the Ukrainian leadership were behind the terrorist attack in Crocus, they will not be tried "in some stinking ICC" (International Criminal Court) because of the "Russophobic consensus and the right of veto of the Anglo-Saxons in the UN Security Council."