Dmitry Medvedev, a top-ranking official of Russia’s Security Council, recently published a map where Ukraine is divided into parts. Dmitry Medvedev first shared a picture of the Ukraine map that includes Crimea and the two eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk. The former Russian president and a close aide of Putin then posted the second map of Ukraine that is reduced to Kyiv region. The second map shows seven regions to the west of Kyiv annexed by Poland and three others by Hungary and Romania. Last week, Medvedev warned that Ukraine would lose the remnants of state sovereignty and disappear from the world map.