Italian Foreign Minister called Medvedev’s words about bastards and geeks threats
The sharp words of the deputy chairman of the Security Council about those who “wish the death of Russia” are unacceptable, they contradict dialogue, the desire for a ceasefire and attempts to restore peace, said Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio
Luigi Di Maio
The statements of Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev about “bastards and geeks” who “want the death of Russia” cause concern, they are unacceptable, says Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio.
“These are unacceptable words that we are also very worried because they come from the Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia, — explained the diplomat (quote from Ansa).
According to Di Maio, Medvedev's words do not indicate a signal for dialogue, a desire for a ceasefire, or attempts to restore peace. “These are unequivocal words of threat to those who are persistently striving for peace,” — considers the Italian Foreign Minister.
On the morning of June 7, Medvedev wrote a post on Telegram, in which he stated that his publications were “so harsh” because of the “bastards” who “want death to us, Russia.” He did not explain who exactly the deputy chairman of the Security Council had in mind, but he promised that he would do everything to make “they disappear.” , the sanctions against Russia that followed, the supply of weapons to Ukraine and the “cancellation” of Russian culture in the West. The Deputy Chairman of the Security Council has more than 415 thousand subscribers.
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Medvedev claimed in an interview with Al Jazeera that he writes the posts himself. He admitted that sometimes “things are not presented there in a completely diplomatic language”, but, according to the deputy chairman of the Security Council, information from politicians should come “without ambiguities, diplomatic tricks, but in an understandable simple language, intelligibly and at the same time directly.” /p> Authors Tags Subscribe to RuTube RBC Live broadcasts, videos and recordings of programs on our RuTube channel