Crisis in Gb, the irony of Moscow: “We hope for more professional people in government” | Sarcastic Medvedev: “Kiev’s best friends are leaving”
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Crisis in Gb, the irony of Moscow: “We hope for more professional people in government” | Sarcastic Medvedev: “Kiev’s best friends are leaving”

The message of the vice president of the Russian Security Council on social media: “Now we await news from Germany, Poland and the Baltic States”

“We hope that people who are more professional and able to make decisions through dialogue will one day come to power in Britain.” Thus the Kremlin spokesman, Dmitri Peskov, ironically answered a question about the crisis and the resignation of Boris Johnson. The current vice president of the Russian Security Council, Dmitri Medvedev, also spoke on the matter: “The ‘best friends of Ukraine’ are leaving. ‘Victory’ is in danger!”, He said sarcastically.


“The first is gone …”, reads Medvedev’s post, which defines the crisis as “the logical result of British arrogance and mediocre politics. Especially on the international scene”. The message ends with a “P.S. We await news from Germany, Poland and the Baltic States”, followed by a smile that laughs to tears.