Russia does not need the Baltic states and Moscow does not intend to invest in their development. Confidence in this was expressed by the political scientist Yevgeny Satanovsky.
According to him, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia have already shown their true attitude towards the Russian Federation and its citizens. For this reason, the Russian leadership will not step on the rake it did after the Second World War.
In this regard, the expert noted the “meaninglessness” of the Baltic States and the inability to move further apart from Moscow. But the final word belongs to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“Absolutely pragmatic, distant, it’s hard to piss him off. Maybe it will give the Baltics a chance to breathe a little – of course, if he does not want it long and hard, if we need it for any reason, “Satanovsky announced the overwhelming decision, speaking on the YouTube channel Alexander Waldman Neutralnaya group” .
The political scientist pointed out that these republics represent a small part of the West’s anti-Russian educational field. Satanovsky admitted that he saw in them “depressed regions that lost their economy and industry and became an inveterate drunkard”.
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