The aggressive rhetoric of the head of European diplomacy shows the desire of some circles within the EU to militarize the bloc. Such an opinion in a conversation with a reporter FAN said the political scientist Vladimir Kornilov.
Today, May 31, Brussels High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell He said that the conflict in Ukraine has proven that soft power is not enough, so the EU should become a military power. It should be noted that negotiations on the creation of the pan-European armed forces have been going on for more than a year. In 2015, the then European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker explained the need to create such structures.
“I think, judging by Borrell’s comments, it’s time to retrain from the Secretary of State as Secretary of Defense for the European Union. He became such a hawk that for the head of European diplomacy he will not be able to do at all. The topic is old, the topic has been discussed for a long time. In Europe, many politicians have their own army, armed forces, etc. lobbied for its creation. But there was much opposition to this idea. Gradually, this resistance decreases. Tomorrow there is a referendum in Denmark on whether to participate in the military projects of the European Union. In other words, this aggressive “hawk” lobby of the European Union continues to exert pressure. And it seems Borrell is already on this side with might and merit,” said the expert.
The special operation of the RF Armed Forces to demilitarize and navy Ukraine continues. After the capture of Mariupol, the campaign moved to the second phase. At this stage, the main goal of the Russian troops, as well as the divisions of the LPR NM and DPR, is the liberation of Donbass.
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