“HWe usually don’t comment on all the strange comments, especially from people who are desperately seeking attention, especially if they are the eternal number two of something”, said Peter Stano, at the European Commission’s daily press conference, when asked about the vice-president’s recent statements. chairman of the Russian Security Council.

Wearing a t-shirt supporting Ukraine, the spokesperson resorted to irony, considering it positive that Medvedev “publicly shares diagnoses about his mental state”, and added that what can be recommended is “counseling and mental care”.

“I’m not sure that the Russian state, with the billions it wasted on this illegal war against Ukraine, can currently afford to invest anything in social care and health care for its people,” he commented.

On his Telegram channel, Medveded stated on Wednesday that “attempts to return Russia to the 1991 borders will only lead to one thing: a global war with Western countries using the entire strategic arsenal of our State.”

“In Kyiv, Berlin, London, Washington. To all the other beautiful historic sites that have long been part of our nuclear triad’s flight objectives,” he added.

In the Russian press, Medvedev speculated about Russia’s limits: “Where to stop? I don’t know. (…) Will it be Kyiv? Yes, it should probably be Kyiv. If not now, then in some time, perhaps at some other stage of the development of this conflict”.

Borrell’s spokesman recalled that the 27 foreign ministers made it “very clear” last Monday, when they met in Brussels, that the European Union “is determined that Ukraine continues its legitimate defense against aggression [russa]especially at the moment that marks two years since the beginning of the invasion”.

The same source assured that Borrell and the Member States “are doing everything they can to provide Ukraine with more and more quickly, not just as long as necessary, but everything that is necessary”, from ammunition to military equipment, so that can impose itself on the aggressor.

The Russian military offensive on Ukrainian territory, launched on February 24, 2022, plunged Europe into what is considered the most serious security crisis since the Second World War (1939-1945).

Ukraine’s Western allies have supplied weapons to Kyiv and approved successive sanctions packages against Russian interests to try to diminish Moscow’s ability to finance the war effort.

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