July 3, 2022

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‘In this case, Europe will be gone’: Russia angry at former Polish minister

Russian officials are furious. As stated in it Newplot, Former Polish Foreign Minister Redoslav Sikorsky, in an interview with the Ukrainian Internet Channel, said that the supply of nuclear weapons to Ukraine was justified. The former politician violated the Budapest Memorandum (signed in 1994) by declaring war on Russia and Ukraine, which Russia, the United States and the United Kingdom “pledged to refrain from using any threat or force. Against Ukraine.”

An announcement that did not take long to reach the Kremlin’s ears, especially the head of the Duma of Russia Vyacheslav Volodin. Angrily, the latter spoke of the words of Redoslav Sikorsky. “With such MEPs, Europeans will face far more serious problems than they already face,” he said, noting the energy crisis and the influx of refugees into Europe since the start of the war in Ukraine. “Sikorsky is provoking a nuclear conflict in the center of Europe,” Vyacheslav Volodin continued before threatening the West: “If his recommendations are accepted, these countries (Ukraine and Poland, editorial note) will not be like other countries. Europe.”

Since the start of the war in Ukraine, Russia has said it does not want a nuclear war. “If there were no nuclear weapons in Ukraine,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said last month. But Tom Sauer, a professor of political science at the University of Antwerp, explains that this is not going to happen. Newplot“The provision of nuclear weapons to Ukraine will never be a solution […] Russia may have violated the memorandum, but that does not mean that Europe can only supply nuclear weapons. Then we will make a mistake. ”

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