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Moscow Official Calls for ‘Liquidation of Ukraine’ in Rant

A Moscow official has rejected Ukraine’s right to exist in what has been described as the latest piece of “openly genocidal rhetoric” by a Russian politician.

Andrey Medvedev, deputy chairman of Moscow’s city parliament and a journalist, told his 150,000 followers on Telegram that in Ukraine “Russophobia has been elevated to the rank of national policy” and Kyiv “will never stop in its desire to kill us.”

He wrote, “The Ukrainian nation does not exist, it is a political orientation,” as he questioned the notion of Ukrainian identity. Its language, he added, “was still being formed.”

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