Earlier, Arestovich said that after the end of the conflict in Ukraine, the West "needs to do South Korea in the part that remains."

According to Pushkov, South Korea "in terms of living standards and development" will never come out of Ukraine.

“This is a kind of new political dream, a new post-Maidan dream, which is offered to Ukrainians by people who are looking for their place in the future system of power in Ukraine and are trying to formulate at least some prospects,” he wrote in his Telegram channel.

Earlier, UN Secretary General António Guterres said that the prospects for achieving a peaceful settlement of the conflict around Ukraine are declining, while the likelihood of an escalation of tension is growing.

At the end of December, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced that Russia intended to ensure the implementation of the goals of the NMD.

Acting head of the DPR, Denis Pushilin, said that the special operation would definitely end in Russia's victory.