“Call Putin? No one called Hitler in World War II”


After six rounds of sanctions, the European Union is divided between those in favor of continuing to try to persuade Moscow to stop or complete isolation.

Vladimir Putin arrives in the Kremlin (Moscow) to deliver a speech.
Vladimir Putin arrives in the Kremlin (Moscow) to deliver a speech.AP
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There were doubts, complaints and restlessness from day one, but as the weeks went by and the Russian offensive continued, the forms were getting stronger. After the 100 Days of War, there are very few people in Europe who believe that peace can be achieved any other way

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