According to the report of Fars International News Agency, Dmitry Medvedev, the Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council, reacted to the recent statements of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who said that all Russian citizens should be recognized and sanctioned for the attack on Ukraine.
According to TASS news agency, Medvedev called Zelensky’s statements and ideas Hitlerian and likened them to the thoughts and ideas of Adolf Hitler, the former German dictator.
This official of the Russian Security Council wrote on his Telegram channel: Adolf Hitler was the last person who tried to implement such ideas against a nation. Is there any further ambiguity about the nature of the Ukrainian authorities?
On Tuesday morning, Zelensky asked the West to sanction not only the Moscow government, but also the entire Russian people because, according to him, they support the war against Ukraine.
In an interview with the “Washington Post” newspaper, he said that Western governments should ban all Russians from entering their countries for a year as a retaliatory measure against Russian special operations.
The Washington Post called Zelensky’s request “the most important sanctions” against Russia since the start of the war with Ukraine and quoted him as saying: “Russians should live in their own world until they change their philosophy.”
The President of Ukraine has also requested to extend this measure to Russian citizens who have left this country.
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