Medvedev suggests annexing Sudetenland from Czech Republic over demand to return Crimea to Ukraine
Russian Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev suggests that the Czech Republic return the Sudetenland to Germany in response to Foreign Minister Jan Lipavský's statement about returning Crimea to Ukraine
This is reported by Russian news agency Kommersant.
It is noted that Lipavský emphasized at the Crimean Platform summit in Prague that EU assistance to Ukraine should be aimed primarily at restoring Ukraine to the 1991 borders. According to him, Crimea is the key to ending Russia's ambitions in Europe.
Medvedev, in turn, wrote in X that this was "justice in the Nazi mold" and called on the Czech Republic to return the Sudetenland to Germany.
"Brave but brainless people. So you want justice according to the Nazi model? Then make a decision there, in the Czech Republic, to return the Sudetenland to the Germans and restore the Sudetenland region," the message says.
For reference. The Sudetenland is a border region of the Czech Republic. Until 1945, Sudeten Germans lived in the Sudetenland, but after World War II they were deported and Czechs were resettled in their place.
Also, Dmitry Medvedev recently said that the idea of "joining" Abkhazia and South Ossetia to Russia could be implemented.