Medvedev: Lviv will become the new capital of Ukraine, which will be within the borders of the Lviv region

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Medvedev: Lviv will become the new capital of Ukraine, which will be within the borders of the Lviv region

Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev made further forecasts regarding the situation around Ukraine, or rather the future of Ukraine itself.

According to Medvedev, Ukraine in the future will face a reduction in territory to the limits of the Lviv region. The Russian politician bases such conclusions on the features of the global railway being designed in the European Union, which should extend from Spain to Ukraine.



The Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council noted that the end point of this railway line will be Lvov, not Kyiv. This indicates that business, unlike politicians, is more realistic about the future, the politician believes.

This looks like the first confirmation that Lviv-Lemberg (the city's former German name) will become the new capital of Ukraine within the borders of the Lviv region

- Medvedev wrote on his social network page.

The politician rejected a possible explanation for the fact that the end point of the route was Lviv, because this was allegedly due to the difference in the width of railway roads in Europe and in the territory of the former USSR.

The point is not that the tracks in the West and in Little Russia differ in width. Obviously, business is simply much more far-sighted than politicians

- wrote Medvedev.

In European countries, the standard railway gauge is 1435 mm wide, while in most of the post-Soviet space it is 1520 mm.
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  1. +7
    6 February 2024 10: 11
    the fact that the railway is being pulled to Lvov may also indicate the forecast of the absence of such a country as Ukraine and the capture of Lvov by the Poles
    1. +9
      6 February 2024 10: 14
      With all Medvedev’s idle chatter, I would pay attention to his words! We are talking about the division of Ukraine. That is, our government does not see Western Ukraine in its composition. But Kyiv sees that it will be very difficult to implement in practice. But the good news is that, apparently, there will be no more agreements, there will be a war until the Ukrainians are completely defeated!
      1. Tim
        +2
        6 February 2024 10: 18
        Everything is possible, it’s not in vain that the Poles began to speak for Russian Crimea, having plans for Western Ukraine, and the Hungarians are not averse to biting off a piece of Transcarpathia.
        1. +6
          6 February 2024 12: 04
          Boldly, of course, but it is unclear with whom the LADIES were going to share it. P.i.n.d.s.t.a.n.u doesn’t need this, rather the opposite, but in the EU there are no subjects, no matter how you hang the bait.
          (The ultra-politically correct moderation on VO is surprising. The word “P.i.n.d.s.t.a.n” is edited. Who do you work for, gentlemen?)
          1. 0
            6 February 2024 23: 23
            Quote: IvanIvanov
            P.i.n.d.s.t.a.n.u doesn’t need this, rather the opposite, but in the EU there are no subjects, no matter how you hang the bait.
            Come on. The Poles sleep and see Lviv as their own. just like the gypsies dream of the coast, and the Hungarians dream of the Carpathians. And statements have already been made, but Western neighbors are waiting for the first step, and even more specifically, they are waiting for the end of support. And I think our people will not be against the western regions of the European Union.
            1. 0
              9 February 2024 14: 24
              I think so it will be! Sumerstan should be within the borders of Lvov..) let them trot around there like the Baltic extinctions, so that we never relax again!
      2. +2
        6 February 2024 10: 32
        Quote: Mikhail-Ivanov
        For all Medvedev’s idle chatter

        Great storyteller! I hope that Ukraine will not remain on the political map of the world
        1. +5
          6 February 2024 10: 35
          It should remain (in the form proposed by Medved) - let it pay its debts to its current owners.
          1. -1
            6 February 2024 11: 41
            so the Lviv region will go to pay off debts and become part of Poland or someone else
            1. 0
              6 February 2024 14: 50
              Not only do they owe money to people, half the world is listed as creditors.
        2. +9
          6 February 2024 10: 56
          What a terrible guy... Doesn’t he remember how he made hamburgers with Obama?
          1. +3
            6 February 2024 11: 00
            Quote: novel xnumx
            What a terrible guy... Doesn’t he remember how he made hamburgers with Obama?

            and he reminds Obama of hamburgers, he deceived him! confused!
            1. +4
              6 February 2024 11: 01
              Oh, deceive, deceive...
            2. +2
              6 February 2024 11: 28
              You know, it seems to me that Nedimon’s current belligerence stems from an obvious thing. He clearly understood how epically he had screwed up all the time while he was in real power, and what he had done, trying, at least as a scarecrow, to lie under the West.. It’s an unclean conscience that gnaws at night, but openly admitting one’s mistakes and submitting to people is not an acquired oligarch’s show-off. allow. This is how the sick person suffers...
              1. +9
                6 February 2024 11: 44
                Do you think they have a conscience that also gnaws? Remember what Peskov said there about the “healthy pragmatism” of those in power?
                1. 0
                  6 February 2024 15: 29
                  You know, I think that few people give a damn how he will remain in history.. No - of course there are such people, but Medved is still a politician, not a businessman, and he is clearly not very pleased with how people perceive him now..
              2. 0
                6 February 2024 13: 19
                Quote: paul3390
                You know, it seems to me that Nedimon’s current belligerence stems from an obvious thing. He clearly understood how epically he had screwed up all the time while he was in real power, and what he had done, trying, at least as a scarecrow, to lie under the West.. It’s an unclean conscience that gnaws at night, but openly admitting one’s mistakes and submitting to people is not an acquired oligarch’s show-off. allow. This is how the sick person suffers...

                exactly
        3. +6
          6 February 2024 11: 02
          I wish I could understand what this is "global railway from Spain to Lviv", what is its peculiarity in contrast to the existing railways to Lviv. The difference is only in the transfer of several kilometers to the European gauge or are we talking about the Madrid-Lviv high-speed express?
          In general, such statements from Medvedev look like a squabble with Danilov (SNBU), who is talking about the St. Petersburg-Moscow dividing line. So. say, our answer to Chamberlain. laughing
        4. +1
          6 February 2024 11: 04
          Michel, well, this is another salvo, Medvedev is not discouraged, then his partner Volodin should freeze something, man Volodin
        5. +3
          6 February 2024 11: 24
          Of course, he is a rare talker, and there are doubts about his great mind, but whatever one may say, his level of information is comparable to Putin’s. So - sometimes it’s worth listening to his words - suddenly he blurted out for a reason?
          1. +2
            6 February 2024 14: 45
            Quote: paul3390
            So - sometimes it’s worth listening to his words - suddenly he blurted out for a reason?

            Most likely not suddenly and for a reason. It is very likely that there is some kind of unspoken mutual exchange of “courtesy” to assess “prospects and opportunities.” And this is done by people close to power.
            I remember a couple of months ago LADY came up with an interesting idea that if Russia could sacrifice anything in Ukraine, it would only be in the Lviv and Volyn regions. And last week, a certain citizen with the prefix “ex”, from Poland, by the name of Duda, suddenly expressed the idea that Crimea will not return to Ukraine because for a very long time historically belonged to Russia, obviously demonstrating Poland’s readiness to move forward on the issue of recognition of Crimea, with the mutual recognition of Lvov as Polish territory. It is clear that the Poles will not be allowed to reclaim this territory by military means, and the only option that allows them to do this is to act in the image and likeness of Crimea - sending in a military contingent, holding a referendum on joining Poland and quick legal recognition of a positive result. In order for this to happen, Poland needs to recognize the entry of Crimea into Russia. So, most likely, these speeches are not accidental and have a two-sided nature, with the accompanying preparation of public opinion. Somehow I think so winked
        6. +7
          6 February 2024 11: 32
          Well, what a GREAT storyteller he is? No need to flatter him. So-so mediocre balabol.
      3. +16
        6 February 2024 10: 35
        For all Medvedev’s idle chatter
        Give him a machine gun, let him make the capital of Ukraine wherever he wants.
        1. +11
          6 February 2024 10: 57
          He doesn't want a machine gun, he wants a pointer
          1. +9
            6 February 2024 11: 05
            He doesn't want a machine gun, he wants a pointer
            It’s even more difficult to storm fortifications with a pointer, well, if he’s that cool, give him the pointer))
        2. +1
          7 February 2024 02: 51
          And a box with iPhones instead of grenades good
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      5. +1
        6 February 2024 10: 51
        It doesn’t matter within what boundaries! Important in "demilitarized remnants". Otherwise, the approach of “infra-s” to us.
      6. +2
        6 February 2024 11: 30
        How many times were the Medvedevs told that it came true?????????????
      7. +7
        6 February 2024 11: 39
        We are talking about the division of Ukraine

        Isn't it too early to share? In order to divide Germany, our grandfathers had to reach Berlin and take it. Now there are no even close prerequisites for the division of Ukraine
      8. 0
        6 February 2024 17: 03
        For all Medvedev’s idle chatter

        This is not idle talk. Have you forgotten how easily you gave Norway a piece of the sea shelf? So here too, it is not clear with whose permission, he is already tearing up the land of Independence left and right.

        That is, our government does not see Western Ukraine in its composition.

        And what kind of power does he represent then? In my opinion, Medvedev is a “random” person in power.
    2. +3
      6 February 2024 10: 16
      It’s better to have madmen under the Pshek than to leave them a training ground for sending drones and missiles across the territory of Rus', which, due to a misunderstanding, is now called “Ukraine”
      1. -4
        6 February 2024 11: 25
        What's better? It will be like Israel and Hezbollah in Lebanon. They will launch Kassams at random from under the NATO umbrella.
    3. +27
      6 February 2024 10: 17
      Medvedev: Lviv will become the new capital of Ukraine, which will be within the borders of the Lviv region


      Based on the current situation in the Northern Military District, this will not happen soon. The front has been moving away from Donetsk for 2 years already. And to Lvov, objectively, there are still about 1000 km in a straight line. Just let’s be realistic and not be like the Zelensky clique, they also tell how many years it will take them to reach to the Urals. Sometimes it’s simply better to remain silent than to make pretentious, unrealistic statements. There just needs to be action behind the words. Said, done. Otherwise they used to say that now they will take Kiev, now Lvov, and things are still there. Moreover, in 2023 we were in defense and fought off Ukraine, whose population is 7 times smaller than ours. They fought back and did not advance. You just need to correlate such statements with reality.
      1. -6
        6 February 2024 10: 23
        Quote from: neworange88
        Sometimes it’s simply better to remain silent than to make pretentious, unrealistic statements

        sometimes it’s better to read carefully, Medvedev simply noticed that the train is being pulled to Lvov, and not to Kyiv, they assume that it’s a waste of money to get to Kyiv
        1. +9
          6 February 2024 10: 36
          Quote: poquello
          Medvedev simply noticed that the train is being pulled to Lvov, and not to Kyiv

          And he ignored the most obvious explanation - the rut. "This is different"
          1. -4
            6 February 2024 10: 58
            Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
            Quote: poquello
            Medvedev simply noticed that the train is being pulled to Lvov, and not to Kyiv

            And he ignored the most obvious explanation - the rut. "This is different"

            And? What’s stopping you from extending the European track to Kyiv? Is Kyiv part of Europe?
            1. +5
              6 February 2024 11: 27
              Quote: poquello
              And? What’s stopping you from extending the European track to Kyiv? Is Kyiv part of Europe?

              What's the point? Since no one is going to change the track throughout Ukraine, it is necessary to create a reloading hub somewhere. It can be done in Lviv. It can be done in Kyiv, but then you will have to pull the Lviv-Kyiv line. The first is obviously more reasonable.
              1. -1
                6 February 2024 13: 30
                Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
                What's the point? Since no one is going to change the track throughout Ukraine, it is necessary to create a reloading hub somewhere. It can be done in Lviv.

                oh how, why in Lvov? let it be where it was
                1. +1
                  6 February 2024 14: 02
                  That is, you are proposing to extend the Ukrainian track to Europe, or what? :)))
                  1. +1
                    6 February 2024 14: 14
                    Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
                    That is, you are proposing to extend the Ukrainian track to Europe, or what? :)))

                    ) and before this, trains with electric trains did not go to Lviv from Poland?
                    1. +2
                      6 February 2024 14: 26
                      Of course not, but the construction of a new road, in addition to the existing ones, indicates an increase in supplies in at least one direction
                      1. -1
                        6 February 2024 14: 29
                        Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
                        but the construction of a new road, in addition

                        Well, what the hell is there to make fun of? before that we went to Poland on a wide route
                      2. +1
                        6 February 2024 15: 40
                        Quote: poquello
                        Well, what the hell is there to make fun of?

                        So this is a question for Medvedev
              2. +2
                6 February 2024 14: 57
                Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
                Quote: poquello
                And? What’s stopping you from extending the European track to Kyiv? Is Kyiv part of Europe?

                What's the point? Since no one is going to change the track throughout Ukraine, it is necessary to create a reloading hub somewhere. It can be done in Lviv. It can be done in Kyiv, but then you will have to pull the Lviv-Kyiv line. The first is obviously more reasonable.

                Why build a new line if it is enough to lay another pair of rails with a width of 1435 mm on the existing embankment and thereby ensure the passage of cars with a Euro bogie to the unloading point in Lvov and at the same time, as before, use cars with a Russian standard bogie? This is how a railway was created between North Korea and Russia.
      2. -5
        6 February 2024 10: 24
        Quote from: neworange88
        in 2023, we were on the defensive and fighting off Ukraine, whose population is 7 times smaller than ours.

        If Zaluzhny is sent to Britain as an ambassador, then things will move much faster.
        1. +5
          6 February 2024 10: 34
          That is, in your opinion, Zaluzhny is such a genius of military art? But it seems to me that he was simply lucky in his time to fly up the career ladder. And all his “successes” are connected with the elementary unpreparedness of the small compact Army, on which we have relied all these years, to the realities of NWO 2022. The scale of the Northern Military District did not give any chance to the small, compact Army. There simply weren’t enough soldiers to hold the front, which resulted in the Kharkov and Kherson “gestures of goodwill”. A large-scale restructuring of the Army began on the move and already in 2023 the result was obvious. Failures of 2022 did not repeat themselves. It’s just that, on the emotions of the success of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in 2022, Ukraine began to spin unjustified myths about the “genius” of Zaluzhny. In 2023, this myth collapsed. So it’s not about Zaluzhny. This is largely an accidental temporary figure. The dude was lucky in his time. It's about the military system of a particular country, about basic readiness.
          1. 0
            6 February 2024 12: 18
            Quote from: neworange88
            That is, in your opinion, Zaluzhny is such a genius of military art? But it seems to me that in his time he was simply lucky to fly up the career ladder.

            He's not a genius, but the rest are worse. And there are practically no substitute players left in Zeli’s team
      3. -7
        6 February 2024 10: 28
        There is now a situation at the front where it will be broken through in several areas and then the Ukrainian will quickly and vigorously run across the Dnieper. There are objective reasons for this - problems with personnel (junior command staff), the lack of serious fortifications similar to those in Donbass behind the third line of defense, a shortage of shells and equipment. In my opinion, huge territories and large cities will be lost at once - Kharkov, Zaporozhye, Dnieper, possibly Summy and Chernigov.
        1. +11
          6 February 2024 10: 59
          That’s why we’ve been marking time for two years, such personnel are disappearing on the sofas instead of the General Staff. Maybe there, to the front? So as not to miss a quick triumph. Well, throw your hat into the common cause.
        2. +8
          6 February 2024 11: 18
          when it is broken through in several areas and then the Ukrainian quickly and cheerfully runs across the Dnieper.

          When will it be broken through? In 2022, as a result of a cavalry attack with heavy losses, we almost reached the kueva, and then “gestures of goodwill” followed, so to speak, and we rolled back again with losses. In 2023, we stood on the defensive, holding back the counter-attack of the Suk. Now, as they say, we are in active defense somewhere, advancing or recapturing territories captured during the summer offensive. And how are they already announcing a new spring - summer counter-offensive.
      4. +6
        6 February 2024 10: 54
        I agree with you. I will make just one amendment - the duration of the war to completely deplete Ukraine is determined not by distance, but by the number of human resources. I assume that when the enemy’s irretrievable losses reach 1 million, then it will simply be impossible to retreat to Lvov. But given the natural cunning of both the West and their puppets, most likely they will surrender before the moment of complete collapse. As a result, we will only get what we can recapture in another 1,5-2 years. The result will be tormented, and the Ukrainians will sit in their entire regions and rejoice at how great they abandoned Russia - they gave away already pro-Russian territories in ruins, while they themselves remained in indigenous and undestroyed fiefdoms.
        1. 0
          6 February 2024 13: 17
          But given the natural cunning of both the West and their puppets, most likely they will surrender before the moment of complete collapse.

          The lack of h.o.h.l.a can be compensated for by semi-Aryans - Baltic Poles, and other rabble from controlled territories, there is enough material. The States won’t find another such stubborn pigsty - they won’t abandon it
    4. +2
      6 February 2024 10: 52
      or it will be a logistics hub for the transportation and storage of weapons.
      1. +4
        6 February 2024 10: 55
        Once we take villages, it will last for another ten years. (optimistic)
    5. -1
      6 February 2024 13: 21
      If Lviv becomes the new capital of Ukraine, then we will have a terrorist state on our borders. They cannot come to terms with the loss of Crimea, but here they will lose almost the entire country. Lviv is either part of Poland or part of Russia, and Ukraine should disappear from the world maps.
      1. -1
        6 February 2024 13: 33
        Quote: Wend
        Ukraine should disappear from world maps

        oh, there was no such country and it doesn’t matter, let them deal with Texas and the GDR
  2. +17
    6 February 2024 10: 14
    According to Medvedev, Ukraine in the future will face a reduction in territory to the limits of the Lviv region.

    I wonder if the democrat and liberal Medvedev temporarily hid in the patriot Medvedev or disappeared forever...??? He seems to be saying everything correctly, but remembering his speeches fifteen years ago, as Stanislavsky once said, “I DON’T BELIEVE”!!! am
    1. +19
      6 February 2024 10: 15
      This “patriot” gave such a piece of the sea to the Norwegians that it’s embarrassing to say...
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    3. +5
      6 February 2024 11: 02
      When there is no responsibility for your words and no real plans, you can say anything. Liberatota has become more adept at this over the past couple of years.
    4. +5
      6 February 2024 13: 29
      I DO NOT BELIEVE"!!!

      So only a complete (insert the right word) will believe this “weather vane”. He works according to the agenda, if tomorrow the direction changes radically, he will be the first to run to kiss Boris Johnson. And then to Tuscany to his favorite vineyards..
  3. +8
    6 February 2024 10: 15
    poor guy, his job is hard...
  4. 0
    6 February 2024 10: 16
    “Obviously, business is simply much more far-sighted than politicians” -

    ***
    — “Forward-thinking” business from Europe to the USA is migrating...
    ***
  5. +16
    6 February 2024 10: 17
    Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev made further forecasts regarding the situation around Ukraine, or rather the future of Ukraine itself.

    He usually doesn’t make predictions, but gives out memes... I don’t remember that even one of his predictions came true... he converted the police into the police, changed the time... there is no money, but you hold on... perhaps that’s all that can be remembered...
  6. +2
    6 February 2024 10: 17
    I’m not hinting at anything, but Finland also seems to have 1520 mm gauge. laughing
    1. 0
      6 February 2024 10: 44
      I’m not hinting at anything, but Finland also seems to have 1520 mm gauge
      ...maybe...it’s just that the dates didn’t have time to decommunize...and in principle there’s no reason...the lake region...and as for the Banderland...it smells like big expenses switching from broad to narrow gauge, the problem is in the sleepers... if you can drive a crutch into a wooden sleeper at any distance, then such a circus will not work in a concrete sleeper... you need to change the entire track... and there will be a huge problem with bridges... that’s a plus... if our stupid people from the General Staff didn’t even bother to kill the Banderland bridges...then the pig-nosed ones will do it themselves
      1. +5
        6 February 2024 11: 33
        Crimean partisan 1974. hi With the bridges in Ukraine, no one understands our cunning plan, even if they made holes in one. recourse
  7. +1
    6 February 2024 10: 18
    Lviv will become the new capital of Ukraine, which will be within the borders of the Lviv region
    Too shy to ask...
    And... Lviv region of what? Russian Empire?
    Because in the Austrian Empire Lemberg will be the capital of Galicia.
    And... anyway...
    There should be no more “Ukraine” after everything that happened.
  8. +1
    6 February 2024 10: 18
    Worthy of being “cast in granite”.
    Or just take a leak.... laughing
    1. -1
      6 February 2024 10: 22
      And it depends where you will cast?
      If “in Ukraine”, then “in granite”.
      And, if “in “Ukraine””, then “on granite”. laughing drinks
  9. -3
    6 February 2024 10: 19
    Isn’t Lviv a Polish city? The Poles will decide for themselves what to do with it, no matter how our people puff themselves up, there will not be enough strength for the entire territory, and there are many who want to take their lands back laughing
    1. +1
      6 February 2024 10: 27
      No. This is a Russian city.
      And... what right do the logs have to “take their lands back”?
      Did they rent them to us?! Or did our ancestors not water this land enough with their blood?..
      You can only get yours back by force if they took it away from you by force.
  10. +6
    6 February 2024 10: 21
    Lord, when this iPhone shuts up, Vanga is his mother.
  11. HAM
    -1
    6 February 2024 10: 27
    You can, of course, make fun of Dmitry Anatolyevich’s statements, but he noticed the subtlety with the gauge, but what does this mean? And what the Poles seem to have already decided whose Lvov....in a foreign country one's own rut is out of place....
    1. 0
      6 February 2024 10: 54
      The Poles and Hungarians don’t decide anything; whatever the striped godfather says, so it will be.
  12. 0
    6 February 2024 10: 28
    “This looks like the first confirmation that Lviv-Lemberg (the former German name of the city) will become the new capital of Ukraine within the borders of the Lviv region” - it seems that D. Medvedev was mistaken again, this suggests that the Poles do not plan to take Lemberg and Lemberg will remain part of Ukraine.
  13. +7
    6 February 2024 10: 30
    What kind of fuel does Medvedev use? hemp?
    Even if demographics favor Russia, this quasi-civil war resembles a battle of cripples: neither can defeat the other.
  14. Egg
    +2
    6 February 2024 10: 31
    This eternal abscess and source of problems is not needed, it is not needed!!!
    Anyone who doesn’t like it in Russia should go to Poland or to Britain.
  15. +6
    6 February 2024 10: 33
    Now let’s calculate how long it will take to reach the borders of the Lviv region.
    This is ~1000 km, at a rate of 1 km per month this is 1000 months or 83 years
    If we count the personnel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, then with losses of 10000 thousand per month and a mobilization potential of 6 million, the soldiers will run out in 600 months or in 50 years.
    1. -1
      6 February 2024 10: 42
      Quote: Victal
      losses of 10000 thousand per month
      PS losses 10000 per month
    2. +3
      6 February 2024 11: 18
      Ce type de calcul ne pourrait être exact QUE si les forces coté Ukrainien restaient stables...
      Il me semble pourtant que du coté Ukrainien la qualité de leur troupes semble bien diminuer.
      Avant c'était un face à face stable mais dorénavant c'est :recul de 800m ici , recul d'un kilomètre par là.
      Je pense que si, à Dieu ne plaise, l'OTAN n'intervient pas (plus que maintenant!) la dégradation de la situation Ukrainienne pourrait s'emballer.
      A force d'avoir de moins en moins d'hommes l'Ukraine va finir par perdre beaucoup de terrain.
      Depuis mon canapé bien au chaud bien sur...

      This kind of calculation could only be accurate if the forces on the Ukrainian side remained stable...
      However, it seems to me that on the Ukrainian side, the quality of their troops seems to be declining significantly.
      Previously, it was a stable face-to-face confrontation, but now it is like this: a retreat of 800 meters here, a retreat of a kilometer there.
      I think that if, God forbid, NATO does not intervene (more than now!) the deterioration of the situation in Ukraine may accelerate.
      Because Ukraine will have fewer and fewer men, it will eventually lose a lot of ground.
      Of course, from my heart
  16. +1
    6 February 2024 10: 39
    I recommend Leskov’s story, “The City of Krakow.”
    Written in 1832, somewhere like that. Very modern.
    1. +2
      6 February 2024 11: 01
      Nikolai Semyonovich Leskov (1831–1895) - Russian writer, publicist, literary critic.
      In 1832 he was one year old.
      The story is wonderful. Written in 1862
      1. +1
        6 February 2024 11: 03
        Thanks for the clarification.
        Leskov’s bibliography is not strong, the story “the city of Krakow” is wonderful...
  17. +2
    6 February 2024 10: 44
    Nonsense, just another halva. At this rate - in how many decades will this happen?
    1. 0
      11 February 2024 10: 48
      More nonsense, praise... this will never happen, there is no such goal, but Medvedev.? well you know
  18. +2
    6 February 2024 10: 45
    "business is more realistic" I wish you good health.
    I am an officer, not a businessman, but history shows that to succeed we need to be: realists and adventurers. Then luck is in our pocket
    True, the railway line to Lvov has another explanation: “changing” the imperial gauge to the euro is, you know, an expensive pleasure.
    They may think like this: Lviv is the largest city on the EU border, we’ll make it here, and then we’ll see.
    If the Russians win, we won’t lose much, but if we Russians. That's at the expense of Russian wallets. ...Everything can be done
    In any case, they won’t burn out
  19. +3
    6 February 2024 10: 46
    The Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council noted that the end point of this railway line will be Lvov, not Kyiv.

    Was he looking at the map? Where is Lviv and where is Kyiv. Or is there too much time to delve into such subtleties?
    The politician rejected a possible explanation for the fact that the end point of the route was Lviv, because this was allegedly due to the difference in the width of railway roads in Europe and in the territory of the former USSR.

    Does he think that it is necessary to build a road hundreds of kilometers away next to an existing one? Why not just change to another train in Lviv?
  20. 0
    6 February 2024 10: 48
    Quote: tralflot1832
    I’m not hinting at anything, but Finland also seems to have 1520 mm gauge. laughing


    in the Baltics, so far there are also 1520, but they are building a “new” road with a European gauge
    1. 0
      6 February 2024 11: 17
      Quote: Dedok
      in the Baltics, so far there are also 1520, but they are building a “new” road with a European gauge

      But I heard that, on the contrary, they are selling everything they can from locomotives to rails... what
  21. 0
    6 February 2024 10: 52
    I don’t care what happens to Ukraine. If only this damn war would end quickly
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  23. -1
    6 February 2024 10: 55
    Quote: oleg-nekrasov-19
    Medvedev: Lviv will become the new capital of Ukraine, which will be within the borders of the Lviv region

    Well, in principle, it’s logical that someone will have to pay their debts and someone’s great-grandchildren will simply need to work off the debts of their foolish ancestors
  24. +2
    6 February 2024 11: 14
    That's how President! He cannot help but betray the Russians, even in Galician Rus', even in the Russian Federation! "Betrayal is the path to freedom"! Solzhenitsyn
  25. +1
    6 February 2024 11: 14
    Behaves inappropriately. You have to watch your words!
  26. 0
    6 February 2024 11: 15
    Medvedev: Lviv will become the new capital of Ukraine, which will be within the borders of the Lviv region

    That is, if the owners of Lemberg allow it... request
  27. 0
    6 February 2024 11: 18
    Quote: Vasyan1971
    Quote: Dedok
    in the Baltics, so far there are also 1520, but they are building a “new” road with a European gauge

    But I heard that, on the contrary, they are selling everything they can from locomotives to rails... what


    there the problem was different, the Latvians were shouting that the new road would go away from Riga..
  28. +1
    6 February 2024 11: 25
    From Spain? It's a pity that it's not from Lisbon...
  29. -3
    6 February 2024 11: 30
    DAM - well done! He trolls the long-haired people like students.)) to paraphrase: “There is no Ukraine. But you hold on))
  30. +2
    6 February 2024 11: 36
    Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev made further forecasts regarding the situation around Ukraine, or rather the future of Ukraine itself.
    Chief astrologer of Russia, Great predictor of the future, Clairvoyant of all Rus', etc. etc., stop promoting this person here, if he is such a great predictor, then let him name the exact date of the end of the SVO.
  31. +1
    6 February 2024 11: 38
    Vladimir Vladimirovich never said that Dmitry Anatolyevich was bringing a blizzard, and that’s why we’re dancing. lol
  32. 0
    6 February 2024 11: 39
    Quote: opuonmed
    How many times were the Medvedevs told that it came true?????????????


    There is no money, but we are holding on))
  33. +2
    6 February 2024 12: 13
    It’s too early to dream about Lvov, uv. Comrade ex-president. With the loose, unclear intentions of both us and benevolent observers, we will not go far. For two years now they have been saying that we need to shake the fat-assed Far Eastern partners who manage to do both ours and yours. Senseless sighs/lamentations at the UN, Messrs. Polyansky and Nebenza, leave it to Zakharova. Although it is clear that it does not depend on them. The senior management has a mess in their heads.
  34. +2
    6 February 2024 12: 21
    Something plans change like the weather on a spring day.
  35. +2
    6 February 2024 12: 36
    - Medvedev wrote on his social network page.

    At VO they were modestly silent on which social network.
    In his English-language account on the social network X (ex-Twitter), Medvedev wrote...
  36. +3
    6 February 2024 12: 44
    “Dmitry Medvedev made the next forecasts...” Somehow the “predictions from D.A. Medvedev” are not really coming true! fool hi negative
  37. -1
    6 February 2024 13: 47
    Ay, well done! Chrysostom you are ours.
  38. +1
    6 February 2024 16: 07
    Wow, how formidable, there are tears in your eyes from fantastic dreams
  39. +1
    6 February 2024 16: 13
    Now a person has given up, but the consequences are felt. The cerebral cortex is damaged
  40. +1
    6 February 2024 19: 15
    Existují i ​​názory zřídit náhradní hlavní město Ruské federace, a tím by byl Irkutsk. Je mnohem dál od dalekodosahových zbraní Ukrajiny, než je Moscow sky Petrohrad. Diverzanti by se ale dostali i tam.
    Medvedějovi se povoleno říkat cokoliv, co by jiný kremelští politikové říkat nemohli. Železniční trať je jedna věc a reálpolitika je druhá věc. Putin také řekl, že od roku 2030 bude Ukrajina konsolidovaná tak, že se bude mít standardy, které jsou v Ruské federaci. Už nyní každý rok Ruská federace investuje obrovské částky na revitalizaci Ukrajiny. Jsou mi velmi k smíchu vyhlášení třeba politiků z vedení EU, kteří si stále pohrávají například s myšlenkami zakomponování Ukrajiny do ekonomiky EU, o integrování vojenské výroby EU s Ukraine. Historii píší vítězové, ne funkcionáři přiblblých humanitárních škol Západu.
  41. 0
    6 February 2024 20: 53
    Dmitry Medvedev, as always, is laconic and optimistic in his formulations "in public"... Let's first get to this Lvov, and then dream about what we will do with it and with the Lviv region, too... How says a popular saying: “Don’t boast when you go to the army, but boast when you leave the army...” And if it is planned to “distribute” territories to all sorts of Polish, Romanians and Magyars, this is not a solution for the security of Russia, but another “difficulty” for it and a new “bomb” for its safety and sovereignty, in 10-15 years... A “sanitary belt” should be created around Russia in the form of neutral and non-bloc Poland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Georgia and, further, according to the list.. ..
  42. 0
    6 February 2024 20: 59
    Dmitry Medvedev, as always, is laconic and optimistic in his formulations "in public"... Let's first get to this Lvov, and then dream about what we will do with it and with the Lviv region, too... How says a popular saying: “Don’t boast when you go to the army, but boast when you leave the army...” And if it is planned to “distribute” territories to all sorts of Polish, Romanians and Magyars, this is not a solution for the security of Russia, but another “difficulty” for it and a new “bomb” for its safety and sovereignty, in 10-15 years... A “sanitary belt” should be created around Russia in the form of neutral and non-bloc Poland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Georgia, Finland and, further, according to the list.... In the event of European opposition, the option of their annexation to Russia in the form of regions.... There is no other option “not visible”, against the backdrop of the unwillingness of European leaders to “use their heads” and “consult with the brain or its remnants "....
  43. 0
    7 February 2024 04: 08
    Quote: Mikhail-Ivanov
    With all Medvedev’s idle chatter, I would pay attention to his words!

    But I didn’t pay attention. Because listening to empty talk means not respecting yourself.
  44. 0
    7 February 2024 09: 56
    Medvedev is funny
    when he was president and prime minister, he said and did different things

    Russophobic channel rain blossomed under him

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