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externalMedvedev's account calls for occupying Georgia, Kazakhstan, aide claims it's been hacked.

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August 2, 2022 1:42 pmby The Kyiv Independent news desk

Russian media reported that Dmitry Medvedev, an ex-president and deputy chairman of Russia' Security Council, had published a post on social network VK saying that Georgia should be merged into Russia. He also said that Kazakhstan is an artificial state, accusing it of launching a "genocide" against Russians and adding that order will be restored there only when Russia interferes. The post was deleted from Medvedev’s account shortly after it was published. Later a Medvedev aide said the account had been hacked. 

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