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Former Russian President suggests Ukrainian leadership is abusing cocaine and this is effecting their judgement




Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has called on government officials in Ukraine to cut back on their use of cocaine and start serious negotiations before Ukraine loses all of its sovereignty.

In a thinly veiled swipe at Ukrainian President Zelensky in a recent interview the Deputy Chairman of Russia’s National Security Council told Ukraine leaders to stop using Cocaine and start negotiating and approach key decisions with a sober mind.

Rumours persist that the former actor and comedian turned national leader Volodymyr Zelensky struggles with substance abuse issues and indeed at the onset of the Russian intervention in Ukraine, President Putin called on the Ukrainian military to stop following the orders of “junkies”.

While there is no evidence to suggest the Ukrainian leadership are drug addicts this has not stopped Russian officials from suggesting that this is not only the case but the reason for their refusal to accept terms with the Moscow.

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