Published on: 25/06/2022 – 11:03 Change of line from Russia vis-à-vis the granting of EU candidate status to Ukraine and Moldova. Until now, the subject had been widely commented on and was considered with relative indifference right up to the top of the state. Friday evening, change of tone: the Russian diplomacy published on its site a press release with very severe words on this choice of the Twenty-Seven. With our correspondent in Moscow, Anissa El Jabri, Russian diplomacy judges that the Europeans want to monopolize part of the post-Soviet space in order to establish “relations based on the principle of master-slave”. According to Moscow, Brussels uses “methods of political and economic blackmail” for illegitimate sanctions against Russia. The approach of the European Union is therefore logically considered aggressive. And above all, a serious warning from Russia: it has the potential to create new schisms and new, much deeper crises in Europe. The European Union compared to Nazi Germany A first change of tone has already occurred during the day. If the accession of Ukraine and Moldova was still considered to be without danger for Russia, the head of Russian diplomacy had accused the European Union and NATO of wanting to make war on Russia, with this parallel historical. “Hitler under his banner had brought together a large part of Europe to wage war against the Soviet Union”.►Also read: Georgian anti-government and EU membership protests continue
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