The "alternate president" of Russia, Dmytro Medvedev, threw a tantrum over the transfer of Western tanks to Ukraine.

He called presidents Zelenskyi, Duda and Nauseda "wretched" and said that new weapons will not help Ukraine. 

He wrote about this on his Telegram channel. 

Due to the decision of the President of Poland to transfer modern Western tanks to Ukraine, Medvedev threw a tantrum, saying that this allegedly "will not save Ukraine from disintegration."

He called our state "artificial and one that is supposedly falling apart." 

Medvedev said that the alleged Western tanks are "rusty scrap metal" that will not help anything at the front. 

It is noteworthy that a Russian official, who, according to the media, abuses alcohol, said that allegedly Lviv "will soon be renamed Lemberg and will be given to the "former owners". At the same time, Medvedev was once again ashamed of his "knowledge of history" and used the German name of Lviv, which was used in the times of Austria-Hungary and during the Nazi occupation. 

Medvedev's propaganda post

Duda, Nauseda and Zelensky's visit to Lviv: what is known

On Wednesday, November 11, the presidents of Poland Andrzej Duda and Lithuania Gitanas Nauseda arrived in Lviv for a meeting with Volodymyr Zelenskyi.

The leaders of the three states signed a joint declaration of the Presidents of the Lublin Triangle.

President Andrzej Duda promised that Ukraine will receive a company of Leopard tanks from Poland.

Duda and Zelenskyi visited the Lychakiv cemetery, where Ukrainian soldiers who were killed by the Russian invaders are buried.

The leaders of the states also visited two more iconic memorials - to Ukrainian and Polish defenders of Lviv who died in 1918. 

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