Medvedev called the reports about Russia’s desire to kill Zelensky a fiction

Dmitry Medvedev. Archive photo

There is no evidence that Russia allegedly sought to kill Vladimir Zelensky, no, it’s idle fancies, said the Deputy Chairman of the security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev.

The journalist of the French TV channel LCI Darius Rosen in conversation with Medvedev noted that “in the beginning of the war, and many things at this point” Russia “even sought to kill” Zelensky, and asked, “You going to come to that?”

“No evidence of this kind of activity does not exist, it is idle fancies” – said Medvedev.