Medvedev wrote “Pink Floyd forever!” after Waters’ words about Biden
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Co-founder of the British rock band Pink Floyd, Roger Waters, showed his adequacy when he said that US President Joe Biden “lit the fire” in Ukraine. About on his page in "VKontakte" wrote Deputy Head of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev.
Roger Waters, co-founder of Pink Floyd, thinks Biden 'started the fire' in Ukraine. And the special military operation of Russia in Ukraine— this is our response to NATO expansion. There are still adequate people in the West. Pink Floyd forever!»,— Medvedev wrote, attaching Waters' “Wish You Were Here” performance.
Earlier, Waters, in an interview with CNN, said that Biden is a “war criminal”; and it is the US president who is responsible for starting the conflict in Ukraine. “Why doesn't the US encourage [Ukrainian President Volodymyr] Zelensky to negotiate to eliminate the need for this terrible war?” asked the performer.
When the journalist remarked that Waters blamed the wrong side for the hostilities, he replied that Russia's actions in Ukraine were a response to NATO's advance to Russian borders, although the alliance promised not to do this. He also invited the journalist to think about what “the United States would do if the Chinese deployed nuclear missiles in Mexico or Canada.”
Russia has been conducting a special operation in Ukraine since February 24. Announcing its start, President Vladimir Putin announced the need for “demilitarization and denazification” neighboring state, as well as protecting the population of Donbass from “genocide” from Kyiv. Ukraine, in response, severed diplomatic relations with Moscow, declared martial law and mobilization.
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After the outbreak of the conflict, the Pink Floyd group announced their intention to remove their songs from streaming services in Russia and Belarus. Waters then called what is happening in Ukraine a “criminal mistake”; and called for an immediate ceasefire. He also accused Western countries of supplying weapons to Ukraine in exchange for diplomacy.