MOSCOW, May 3. /TASS/. Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky does not need any peaceful settlement, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev asserted.
"Zelensky does not need any peace treaty. For him, peace is the end," he said on his Telegram channel.
According to him, this end would be "either a quick one - from the Nazis who will hang him for a deal with Russians, or a slower one, from his competition who will attain his dismissal as the president who lost a war." He pointed out that Zelensky’s retinue confirms this saying that "there will be no peace treaty."
"That is why Zelensky in the future will keep begging the West for money and weapons, trying to prove he is still in the game, that he is the hope of the liberal world, that he is the last stronghold of European democracy which a bear in a cotton-padded jacket wants to tear apart," Medvedev said.
He added that at the same time, Zelensky would "imitate concern for Ukrainians, periodically positioning them as a human shield against the Bandera followers."
Additionally, according to the deputy chairman, the Ukrainian president will continue "to send hired killers to Russian journalists, positioning himself as a tough exterminator, spawn criminal fake news about Russia’s military operation using unfortunate citizens as expendable material while posing unshaved before cameras and talk nonsense with eyes shining from stimulators."
"There is no other way for Zelensky to remain in office. That is, if the office itself remains," Medvedev concluded.