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(Reuters) - Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday warned NATO not to provide Patriot missile defense systems to Ukraine, denouncing the alliance as a "criminal entity" for supplying weapons to so-called "extremist regimes".
Medvedev, who once posed as a liberal modernizer as president from 2008 to 2012, has increasingly emerged as one of the most vocal supporters of the Russian war in Ukraine, posting scathing denunciations of the West on his social media channels.
"If, as (NATO Secretary General Jens) Stoltenberg indicated, NATO would supply the Ukrainian fanatics with Patriot systems along with NATO personnel, they would immediately become a legitimate target of our armed forces," Medvedev wrote on the Telegram messaging app .
It was not clear from his message whether he was referring to Patriot systems, Ukrainian forces, or NATO personnel who were targeted.
“The civilized world does not need this organization. It must repent to humanity and be disbanded as a criminal entity," he wrote in a previous post.
Ukraine has requested air defenses from its western partners, including US-made Patriot systems, to protect them from Russian attacks on its energy infrastructure.
NATO ministers have condemned Russia's "continued and ruthless attacks on Ukraine's civil and energy infrastructure" and pledged to step up their support for Kyiv.
(Reported by Reuters; Edited by Alison Williams and Mark Potter)
Dmitry Medvedev
Former President of the Russian Federation
Jens Stoltenberg
Secretary General of NATO

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