On the evening of August 1, on the page of Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev in VKontakte, a post appeared that spoke of plans to “restore the borders of our Motherland, which, as you know, do not end anywhere.” The post was deleted 10 minutes after posting. noticed journalist Ksenia Sobchak, who published screenshots of the post. In the Security Council, his appearance was explained by hacking.
Medvedev’s aide Oleg Osipov told reporters that Medvedev’s page had been hacked.
“The last post in VK, 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, “- leads his words to RIA Novosti.
A remote post on Medvedev’s page spoke of a “fatal mistake that occurred in the early nineties”, which “will be corrected”: “there will never be any parades of sovereignty again and all the peoples inhabiting the once great and mighty Soviet Union will again live together in friendship and understanding.
The publication also stated that “after the liberation of Kyiv and all the territories of Little Russia from gangs of nationalists <…> Russia will become united again.” In addition, the post said that before 1801, such a country as Georgia did not exist, and it “was created within the current borders only within the Russian Empire.”
“North and South Ossetia, Abkhazia and the remaining territories of Georgia can only be united as part of a single state with Russia,” the publication emphasized.
The post also stated that before the collapse of the USSR, 62.5% of the population of Kazakhstan were Slavs. At the same time, the republic was called an “artificial state” in the publication. At the same time, the post claimed that in the 21st century, the Kazakh authorities “began to implement initiatives to resettle various ethnic groups within the republic, which can be qualified as Russian genocide.” “We are not going to turn a blind eye to this. Until the Russians come there, there will be no order, ”the publication noted.
- Over the past few years, Medvedev’s social media accounts have been repeatedly hacked. In 2014, his Twitter blog posted an entry about his resignation from the post of prime minister, accompanied by the phrase “Shame on the actions of the government. Sorry”. In 2019, Medvedev’s Twitter account posted the message “Vk mho cucumber” in response to a message from the Iraqi ambassador in Moscow.