Deputy Head of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev said that before the accession of Georgia to the Russian Empire, the former “did not exist at all”, and Kazakhstan is an artificial state, and promised to correct the “fatal mistake” that occurred in the early 90s. He published a post on his VKontakte page, but later deleted it, and his assistant Oleg Osipov stated that the page had been "hacked" altogether.
In the publication, Medvedev emphasizes that Russia "will spare neither effort nor means" so that all the peoples of the USSR again live together "in friendship and mutual understanding." Once again, the deputy head of the Security Council speaks about the "liberation of Kiev" and "nationalists", and also promises that Russia (Medvedev uses this name - The Insider) will again become united, powerful and invincible.
According to Medvedev, Georgia was drawn to Russia, because it understood that it was its only ally in the "hostile environment of Muslim states." Now the situation is repeating itself, Medvedev believes, arguing that North and South Ossetia, Abkhazia and Georgia can unite "only as part of a single state with Russia." Speaking about Kazakhstan, the politician calls it an "artificial state" and concludes that until the Russians come there, "there will be no order."
Oleg Osipov, assistant to the deputy chairman of the Security Council, told reporters that very morning that Medvedev's page had been hacked.
“The last post on VKontakte, which was published by Dmitry Anatolyevich, was dedicated to the congratulations of military sailors on the Day of the Navy. And those who hacked the page, wrote and published a remote post, will be dealt with by the VK administration and those who are supposed to.”
Why the "hackers" published only one post about Georgia and Kazakhstan, Osipov did not elaborate.
Despite Medvedev's fantasies, neither Kazakhstan nor Georgia are waiting for any "corrections" and "rescues". In addition, the countries do not recognize the territories occupied by Russia. On June 17, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, sitting next to Putin at the SPIEF, called the "DPR" and "LPR" "quasi-states" and said that Kazakhstan would not recognize them. He added that Kazakhstan does not recognize either Taiwan, or Kosovo, or South Ossetia, or Abkhazia. Putin did not comment on Tokayev's statement. Propagandist Margarita Simonyan, leading the plenary discussion of the two presidents, after Tokayev's answer about Kazakhstan's attitude to the "special operation", thanked him for his frankness. In turn, the President of Kazakhstan reminded Simonyan about the words of her husband, TV presenter Tigran Keosayan, who accused Kazakhstan of “cunning”, which Russia allegedly saved from the mess, and threatened the country due to the cancellation of the May 9 parade. Tokayev called such statements incorrect.