Dmitry Medvedev complains about the “loneliness” of Russia. “It hasn’t been like this for the last 150 years”

Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, March 23, 2023.

Dmitry Medvedev, deputy chairman of the Security Council of Russia, complains that his country has lost allies due to the war in Ukraine. “For 150 years we had allies, now we are alone,” he said in an interview with Russian Radio Majak.

– When there was tsarism, empire, we had allies – Germany, France, then the Entente [sojusz pomiędzy Francją, Wielką Brytanią i Rosją zawarty w 1892 roku – red.] – said Dmitry Medvedev in an interview with the Russian Radio Mayak. The deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council also reminded about the Warsaw Pact that existed in the times of the Soviet Union, which brought together the countries of the Eastern Bloc. He “forgot” to add that it was not a voluntary alliance and that the satellite states of the USSR belonged to it. – We are in a unique situation. […] Allies changed, but we were not alone. And now, for the first time in at least 150 years, we are alone, ”admitted Medvedev. His statement was quoted on Twitter by the independent NEXTA channel

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