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Conflict in Ukraine could last for decades, says Putin’s main ally Dmitry Medvedev

Former President of Russia Dmitry Medvedev. AFP.

A year later, there is no sign of the end of the war in Ukraine. A top ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin has said the conflict could continue for decades.

Known for his intransigent comments, Dmitry Medvedev during his visit to Vietnam said that the Ukraine-Russia war will last a very long time with long periods of fighting interspersed with truces.

“This conflict will last for a very long time, most likely decades,” Russian news agency RIA said, quoting Medvedev.

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“As long as there is such a power in place, there will be, say, three years of truce, two years of conflict, and everything will repeat itself,” Medvedev added, reiterating Russia’s assertion that the Ukraine is a Nazi state.

It can be recalled that last month the deputy chairman of Putin’s powerful security council, Medvedev, described the Ukrainian authorities as an infection.

Last January, Medvedev said that if Russia were defeated, it could trigger a nuclear war.

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The battle escalated in the town of Bakhmut in eastern Ukraine. Meanwhile, the Wagner Group began withdrawing its troops from the area and declared that it would cede positions to the Russian army.

The leader of the mercenary group, Yevgeny Prigozhin, said he would return the bodies of a US citizen killed in the fighting in Bakhmut and a Turkish citizen found dead in a destroyed building.

Meanwhile, the United States has imposed sanctions on the leader of the Wagner Group in Mali, accusing Russia’s private army of trying to obfuscate its efforts to acquire military equipment for use in Ukraine and working through Mali. and other countries.

The United States, meanwhile, is developing a coordinated program to train Ukrainian pilots on the F-16 fighter jets.

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