Oleksiy Danilov, Secretary of the NSDC, said that there will be no "Korean scenario" in Ukraine, which the Russian invaders want to impose, failing to capture the entire state.

Danilov wrote about this on the Internet on February 7, commenting on the statement of the deputy head of the Russian Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev.

So, on the same day, Medvedev wrote in his Telegram channel that

Ukraine is apparently considering the possibility of ending the war by dividing the territories, becoming "South Korea" and hoping for the liberation of the occupied part of the country


At the same time, the politician emphasized that the "Korean scenario" is impossible, because the Russian Federation is "a state that has full sovereignty and the most formidable weapons."

The country will also not give up Donbas and other captured territories, Medvedev threatened.

However, Danilov emphasized that "Ukraine is not Korea" and reminded about the coordinates of the movement of the "Russian warship".

"Ukraine is not Korea. There will be no 38th and other parallels, other people's stories and scenarios imposed from the outside.

The coordinates of the movement of the "Russian warship" have been set, no changes are foreseen. The defense forces of Ukraine are working," the secretary of the NSDC emphasized.

Note that in 1950-1953, a war broke out between North and South Korea, in which the Soviet Union supported the North, and the USA supported the South.

The conflict ended with an armistice and the creation of a demilitarized zone along the 38th parallel.

However, formally, the two countries are still at war.

It will be recalled that Danilov stated at the beginning of January that the Russian Federation plans to offer Ukraine a "Korean version" of the settlement of the war, which involves the division of the country.

The Secretary of the National Security Council also informed that the Koreans themselves regret such a division and have problems today because of it.

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