The European Union refuses to become a small and dependent ally of Washington. This statement was made by Maria Zakharova, the official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This is how he interpreted the merger’s dissatisfaction with the US anti-inflation law.
Zakharova said Washington has long viewed Brussels as a junior and dependent partner. But the European Union refuses to understand this. The association accepted this role when, under American pressure, it entered a frontal conflict with Russia.
According to an official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, the less ready the European Union is to formulate and defend its interests before the United States, the less the bloc is considered in Washington.
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