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Medvedev accused Kazakhstan of the genocide of Russians and stated that Georgia should be completely occupied. But then the post was deleted, and his assistant said that the politician’s page had allegedly been hacked.

August 02, 2022, 10:23

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A few months before the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation, he made the same statements, but in relation to Ukraine.

Medvedev accused Kazakhstan of the genocide of Russians and stated that Georgia should be completely occupied.  But then the post was deleted, and his assistant said that the politician's page had allegedly been hacked.


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Deputy Head of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Sergey Medvedev on his page on the social network “VKontakte” published a post in which he accused Kazakhstan of the genocide of Russians and announced the reunification of the USSR by military means. After some time, the official deleted his message, but the users who managed to see it took screenshots that quickly scattered on the network.

In addition, Medvedev still hopes that the Russian military will be able to capture Kyiv and annex other territories that the Russians managed to temporarily occupy.

The Russian official also said that Georgia was created within its current borders only within the framework of the Russian Federation. As for Kazakhstan, Medvedev also considers it an “artificial state.”

The main theses from Medvedev’s message:

  • “all the peoples who once inhabited the great and mighty Soviet Union will again live together in friendship and mutual understanding”;
  • “after the liberation of Kyiv and all the territories of Little Russia … Russia will again become united, powerful and invincible, as it was a thousand years ago during the time of the Old Russian state”;
  • “after that, under the single hand of Moscow, led by the Slavic people, we will go on the next campaign to restore the borders of our homeland, which, as you know, end nowhere;
  • “Georgia was created within the current borders only within the framework of the Russian Empire”;
  • “Kazakhstan is an artificial state, former Russian territories… In the current century, the authorities of Kazakhstan began to implement initiatives to resettle various ethnic groups within the republic, which can be qualified as a genocide of Russians.”

After the screenshots of this message were scattered on the network, the assistant to the politician declaredthat his page was broken.




Prepared by: Victoria Khmilevskaya

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