The latest on Dmitry Medvedev. A Russian politician, Medvedev was named deputy chairman of the Security Council of Russia in 2020. He previously served as president of Russia from 2008 to 2012 and prime minister from 2012 to 2020. While president, Medvedev focused on modernizing Russia's economy.
British officials "legitimate" Russia targets after Storm Shadow strikes
Medvedev was responding to remarks made by British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly, who said that Ukraine "has a right" to project force beyond its borders.
Russia's Medvedev threatens Ukraine with pre-emptive nuclear strike
"This conflict will last for a very long time. For decades, probably," said Dmitry Medvedev, the deputy chairman of Russia's Security Council.
Russian TV host compares Putin "assassination" attempt to 9/11 attacks
A prominent member of Kremlin-backed media went on a televised rant about the recent alleged attempt assassination of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Russia has no choice but to annihilate Zelensky—Medvedev
"After today's terrorist attack, there are no options left aside the physical elimination of Zelensky and his cabal," said Dmitry Medvedev, former Russian president.
Russia's Medvedev attacks Polish "rats" after school seized in Warsaw
The former Russian president reacted angrily to what Moscow has dubbed a violation of the Geneve Convention.
Russia says likelihood of nuclear weapons being used growing by the day
The modern world is "sick" and "it is quite likely that it is on the verge of a new world war," said former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev.
Putin is no "genius," Ukraine ambassador says
"The weaker he is, the more frantic movements will happen," Vadym Prystaiko said of competition within the Kremlin's walls.
Medvedev threatens to arm North Korea with latest Russian weapons
Seoul sending lethal aid to Kyiv would be considered an "openly hostile anti-Russian move," said Russian foreign ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova.
Putin ally reiterates red line for possible nuclear response in Ukraine war
Dmitry Medvedev, the deputy chairman of Russia's Security Council, believes that Ukraine's statements about the "retaking" of Crimea were mainly "propaganda."
Russia's elite knows "something is wrong" with Putin, ex-diplomat says
"I read somewhere that there is no respect left for Putin, only fear," Boris Bondarev told Newsweek.
Putin's arrest could spark World War III, Russia warns
"It would be a declaration of war on the Russian Federation," said Dmitry Medvedev, Russia's former president and prime minister.
Russia threatens to blow up ICC with hypersonic missile
"Citizens of the judge, look carefully into the sky," former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev warned.
Germany fears Putin's successor
A German politician said his country worries that a "worse" leader could be placed in charge of Russia if Vladimir Putin is removed from power.
Russia's collapse now considered plausible by Putin—Ex-Zelensky adviser
Oleksii Arestovych said Vladimir Putin considered the collapse of Russia a "completely real scenario."
Former Russian president reveals war had two dates of "no return"
"Any collapsed empire buries half the world under its ruins," said Dmitry Medvedev, accusing those who "first destroyed the USSR" of "trying to destroy" Russia.
Putin ally warns Russia prepared to take war to Polish border
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev made the remarks on the one-year anniversary of the Ukraine war.
Russia has "changed its approach again" after costly advances: U.K.
The Russian leadership is now likely "pursuing a long-term operation" in Ukraine, the British Ministry of Defense has assessed.
Putin ally appears to fall asleep at speech, photo shows
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev appeared to fall asleep as Putin delivered a delayed state-of-the-nation address on Tuesday.
Biden could "absent-mindedly start World War III," says ex-Russian leader
Dmitry Medvedev, the former president of Russia, made multiple insults about Joe Biden on Friday.
Russia floats nuclear deterrence if Ukraine attacks Crimea
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, a close ally to Vladimir Putin, warned that Ukraine will "burn" if its military tries to retake control of Crimea.
Putin ally admits Ukraine has enough weapons to try to "destroy us"
The former Russian President and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev wrote on Telegram how the provision of Western weapons to Kyiv might have an impact on Russia.
Putin ally warns new anti-American "military alliance" may emerge
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said on Sunday that the coalition could follow a "protracted" Ukraine war.
Putin ally outlines what could trigger nuclear war
Former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev issued a stark warning ahead of a meeting of Western defense officials from around 50 countries and NATO.
Putin ally urges Japanese PM to disembowel himself after Biden meeting
Dmitry Medvedev's remarks come after Prime Minister Fumio Kishida joined Joe Biden in condemning any nuclear weapon use in the Ukraine war.
Putin's planning for retirement, has eyes on 3 successors: Ex-speechwriter
A former associate of the Russian president believes he will sit out the next election.
Russian priest says Ukraine war is about religion, attacks "gay parades"
"In Ukraine, even in wartime conditions, they are holding gay parades to show that they share Western values," Archpriest Svyatoslav Churkanov said.
Medvedev's wild 2023 predictions include Elon Musk as U.S. president
The former Russian president also predicted the collapse of the European Union, the creation of a Fourth Reich and an American civil war.
Russia issues new threat about Ukraine war as Zelensky heads to U.S.
Russian rhetoric has escalated as the Ukrainian president is likely to request additional security aid.
Russia rejects talks after suggesting NATO nations are 'legitimate' targets
Russia has no plans to engage in dialogue with NATO regarding security during their special military operation against Ukraine, state media claims.
Russia says NATO nations could be "legitimate military targets"
Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev questioned whether the delivery of weapons to Ukraine by NATO nations could be viewed as an attack on his country.