Medvedev: US, UK, France, and German are 'direct accomplices'
Russian Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev says that those fighting in Ukraine are not freedom lovers but terrorists backed by the collective West, with the latter acting as their accomplice.
Russian Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev, on Thursday, declared that the transfer of NATO aircraft to Ukraine and their servicing on NATO territory will constitute NATO's direct participation in the war in Ukraine.
Referencing the Briand-Kellogg Pact of 1928, and the Budapest Resolution to the Pact of 1934, Medvedev reminded that since the 1920s, it has been recognized that a country might be designated a participant in hostilities if, in addition to providing armaments, it also trains personnel to use them.
"This is how it is happening today: Canadian and German instructors in the EU are already teaching Ukrainian killers how to handle Leopards," Medvedev said before building on it and explaining that "if we imagine that NATO aircraft delivered in the future will be serviced by their military on the territory of some overgrown Poland, this will be a direct entry of the Atlanticists into the war against Russia with all the ensuing consequences."
And once considered party to the war, Medvedev argued that "all persons making decisions on the supply (repair) of such equipment or weapons, along with foreign mercenaries and military instructors, will become legitimate military targets."
In context of Bryansk events
According to Medvedev's Telegram statement, the events in the Bryansk region revealed the true face of those backed by the US, NATO, and the EU, describing them as "Nazi bast**ds" and "terrorist scum" assaulting people, therefore these nations are now partners in Ukraine's terrorist activities, and their officials are direct accomplices of terrorists.
The events in the Bryansk region showed who is really supported by the US, NATO, and the EU: "terrorist sum" attacking civilians, so these countries, as well as their leaders, have become "direct accomplices" in the "terrorist acts of the Ukrainian regime."
In his statement, Medvedev said those supported by the collective West "are not the 'freedom-loving people of Ukraine' who do not want to return to the 'Moskal scoop.' These are just Nazi bastards, terrorist scum that attack civilians, waving stinking yellow-black rag.”
The chairman further proclaimed:
“Let them now be exonerated in London, Paris, Berlin and Washington.. These are your spawns, Messrs. Sunak, Macron, Scholz and Biden! And our attitude toward you is now the same as toward them. Now your countries are participants in the terrorist acts of the Ukrainian regime, and you are direct accomplices of terrorists."
West used to using extremists to its advantage against Russia: Putin
The West never minded using extremists to serve its interests, and it always used what it had at hand against Russia, Russian President Vladimir Putin told an extended meeting of the Russian Federal Security Service on February 28.
"[Western countries] have never minded using both radicals and extremists in their interests, despite all the loud statements about the fight against international terrorism. They always use what is at hand against us, what they can use," Putin said.
This comes weeks after Danish broadcaster DRTV published footage of a Ukrainian soldier in his military uniform, wearing what appeared to be an ISIS logo as a patch.
During a news report covering the updates on Ukraine, the TV reporter caught on video two Ukrainian servicemen wearing their military uniforms, one of which was wearing the patch.
Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service said on (SVR) said the US defense is recruiting fighters to plot and execute terrorist attacks on Russian soil and that of CIS countries (such as Kazakhstan, Belarus, and Uzbekistan).
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