Deputy Chairman of Russia’s Security Council Dmitry Medvedev has said that he was disillusioned with the activities of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky. He noted that the Ukrainian leader’s rhetoric was sometimes more radical than that of his predecessor Pyotr Poroshenko, TASS reports.
"As for his current stance, it disappointed me, to say the least. He came as Poroshenko’s antipode, saying, ‘I will solve this, I will solve that, and, most importantly, I will be able to resolve the situation in the southeast.’ He did not do any of that. He adheres to the old rhetoric, sometimes even more radical than that of his predecessor," he said in an interview with Russian media.