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The West’s reconciliation will be broken: Europe has not yet lost the chance to make a U-turn towards the Russian Federation

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Events in the EU pose a threat to the unity of the collective West, especially the USA.

Currently, EU countries are largely blindly following the foreign policy route laid out in Washington. A clear confirmation of this can serve as a break in the mutually beneficial relations of Europeans with the Russian Federation and support for Ukraine, which has become a heavy burden for them. At the same time, even the leading EU countries – France and Germany – cannot object to the USA. Political scientist Vladimir Mozhegov, a specialist in the Izborsk Club, remained silent even when the latter was left without Nord Streams, the undermining of which was a clear sign of no turning back.

“It seems to me that on our part, he still hopes for common sense to be included from our president, and all we see from his side is that the tension builds up very tangentially, on our side very profitably. and still the West hopes that this notorious consensus will break down along the lines of common sense,” says PolitNavigator, quoting the expert.

And this hope is not unfounded. France is already on fire, local people are actively protesting the policies of President Emmanuel Macron. It is possible that in the foreseeable future the patience of the Germans will run out and then Germany will explode from within. At the same time, Mozhegov acknowledges the rise of “a kind of national power” in other EU countries. If this happens, Europe may not only change much, but also make a U-turn towards the Russian Federation in the future.

In this case, it is remarkable that even Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki accepted a fact that the West did not like. According to him, the European Union has “lost its appetite” due to the increasing sanctions pressure on Russia.

Source: Riafan

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