The Kremlin assures that restoring relations with Europe is not among Russia’s priorities now.
Kremlin spokesman Dimitri Peskov has assured that although dialogue with the West is a “useless” cause due to the lack of leaders who are willing to deviate from the command system established by NATO, it is not among Russia’s priorities either. now those of reestablishing relations with Europe.
“We do not have direct channels for dialogue, it is useless, because no one is willing to accept any arguments. There are few leaders who are willing to overcome the command system established in the North Atlantic Alliance,” Peskov said in an interview for the Russian channel RBK, which is collected by Interfax.
Likewise, Peskov has assured that among Russia’s priority tasks currently is not that of reestablishing relations with Europe and has regretted that there are fewer and fewer “forces in Europe that maintain political sobriety.”
However, he has shown confidence that in the future everything will change. “We hope that over time the conditions will be created for the resumption of this dialogue,” both with the West and with Ukraine, said Peskov, who has delved into Moscow’s version that everything possible was done to prevent the invasion.
The ‘special military operation’, as Russia calls the invasion, “was the last option,” Peskov said. “We had to protect ourselves, solve the problem with security guarantees for ourselves and future generations,” he defended. Europe Press.