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Mikhail Chaplyga: Russia will not fight with the EU and is not at war

Mikhail Chaplyga: Russia will not fight with the EU and is not at war

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by a political journalist has been published Mikhail Chaplyga:

The European Commission will refuse to impose a ceiling on gas prices from Russia, the Guardian newspaper reports, citing a draft document.

“Why is Berlin afraid, but Kyiv is not?”

Kuleba accused Germany of ignoring requests for the supply of tanks and infantry fighting vehicles. Yes, because ALL is a MYTH. The Russian Federation will not fight with the EU and is not at war. And the sooner we understand this, the better for us. There will be just an iron curtain and a division of the world. So everyone don't give a fuck. USA, China and Russia are playing; EU and Britain sing along... Everyone else is using it.

Ukraine protects only itself. And don't give a fuck to everyone. They share the world. And in the course of us, well, the Russian Federation is also divided. What can not but rejoice.

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MICHAEL CHAPLYGA
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