Ukraine no Korea: NSDC secretary to Russia’s Medvedev

Ukraine is not Korea, and no scenarios, imposed from the outside, will work out.

That’s according to Oleksiy Danilov, the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, who took to Twitter to respond to comments by Dmitry Medvedev, Russia’s security council deputy chief, who claimed that the latest events in Ukraine are developing by the “Korean scenario” and that the country would be separated along the conditional parallel, Ukrinform reports.

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“Ukraine is not Korea. There will be no 38s or other parallels, the stories of others and scenarios imposed from the outside. The coordinates for ‘russian warship’ to go are set, no changes are foreseen, the Defense Forces of Ukraine are working,” Danilov tweeted.

According to media reports, the Kremlin official claimed Ukraine allegedly hopes to become another “South Korea” as a result of the Russo-Ukrainian war so that the “remaining part” of the country was under the protection of the West.