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Moscow bloody dictator won't succeed in separating Ukraine from Europe, Polish MFA says

Moscow bloody dictator won't succeed in separating Ukraine from Europe, Polish MFA says Radoslaw Sikorski, Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland (Photo: Getty Images)
Author: Daria Shekina

Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is attempting to isolate Ukraine from the rest of Europe and dismantle the European Union. However, the Kremlin's leader will not succeed, according to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland, Radoslaw Sikorski.

The head of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, after a meeting with his French and German counterparts in the Weimar Triangle format, emphasized the need to fully implement the sanctions imposed against Russia and to counter Russian cyberattacks and disinformation campaigns.

According to him, Russia has been attempting to interfere in the internal politics of European countries as well as the United States. The threat remains, especially this year with several electoral campaigns scheduled. Therefore, the West must increase vigilance and expand cooperation to prevent Russia from succeeding.

"The bloody dictator in Moscow knows that he will increase his chances of success if he separates Ukraine from the rest of Europe, if he destroys the European Union, if he separates Europe from the United States. He will not succeed, and the Weimar Triangle will become a very effective tool in preventing this," Sikorski emphasized.

Threat of Russia to the EU

Recently, there has been increasing talk in Europe about the fact that dictator Vladimir Putin will not stop in Ukraine and will continue his aggression against EU countries.

In particular, the head of EU diplomacy, Josep Borrell, has stated that Putin is a "neighbor who doesn't know where his borders end and begin."

Additionally, as German analysts have determined, Putin may need up to six years to rebuild the army and attack NATO.