The secretary of Ukraine's National Security and Defence Council, Oleksiy Danilov, has responded to Russian propagandist Margarita Simonyan who expressed hope to "come to Kyiv in the future".
"Simonyan, read and listen carefully, I will draw you a real picture of your future, though without hope for enlightenment in your madness-sick head. Our charming Oksanas will spit on the rotten graves of your men, who will lie with their necks craned or without them, with glassy eyes full of eternal fear, admiring the beauty of the Ukrainian land. And we will really sing a song dedicated to you, Russian bastards:
'You will ask the Lord for hell
But, enemy, your death will not be easy
And in death, enemy, you will not find peace.'
Danilov expressed confidence that the Russian Federation will be divided and destroyed. As for the day of the so-called "national unity", he noted: all that will unite the invaders is black plastic bags, in which all those who encroach on Ukrainian land will find themselves.
On 4 November, Russian propagandist Margarita Simonyan wrote on social networks that "the day will come when Russians will again come to hospitable, cheerful, bright Kyiv, and Russian men will crane their necks, looking at black-browed Oksanas".