The former Russian president, Dmitri Medvedev, current vice president of the country’s Security Council, continued with his threats to NATO and Western countries and predicted that “within two years, Ukraine could cease to exist.”“Who says that Ukraine will still exist on the maps in two years”, he asked, ironically, in a message posted on Telegram, a social network he has already used quite frequently and where he often marks the Kremlin’s hard line. Medvedev, another representative of the Kremlin’s moderate wing, has been lashing out at the West for “desiring death.” of Russia” for a few weeks. “The Horsemen of the Apocalypse are on their way,” he said earlier this week. The Russian president between 2008 and 2012 commented on the news that Ukraine tries to secure LNG supply for the coming winter with a possible loan from the United States that Kyiv would pay back in two years. According to the former Russian president, in any case, “that does not matter to the US, which has invested heavily in its anti-Russia project”.Former Russian opposition MP Dmitri Gudkov has claimed that Medvedev is preparing a power grab if Putin is forced out of office. “He is trying to pander to the hardliners in the hope that they will promote him, should Putin step down,” he told The Times. He was re-elected head of the Kremlin, although he already held that position between 2012, when Putin returned to the Russian front.