Medvedev's provocative post about Karabakh

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Once my colleague from the brotherly country (referring to Pashinyan-ed.) said to me: "After all, I'm too old for you, you won't accept me." I gave the answer I had to give: "We will judge not by biography but by steps." Then he was defeated in the war and, strangely enough, managed to retain his power.

Axar.az reports that this was said by the Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev.

"Then he blamed Russia for his failed defeat. Then he gave up part of his country (? - ed.). Then he established relations with NATO, and his wife (Anna Akopyan - ed.) demonstratively visited our enemy. Approx. "What fate awaits him now," he stressed.

It should be noted that Medvedev's words about Pashinyan, "he gave up a part of his country", are a provocative statement that justifies the occupation, but also confirms that Russia has been behind the occupation for years.

2023.09.19 / 18:32
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