Members of parliament: NATO’s expansion to the East is designed to isolate Europe from Russia and China
MOSCOW, November 30 – RIA Novosti. The author of the Czech edition believes that NATO’s attempts to expand its territory to the East, which has already provoked the current crisis, carry a deeper goal – to separate Europe from Russia and China parliament list Jiri Paroubek.
According to the author of the article, having already cut Europe off from Russian cheap fuel, the United States is now trying to gain the most complete control over the European trade space with the help of the North Atlantic Alliance, limiting NATO countries. trade with China. That’s what NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday.
“Refusing to procure cheap Russian raw materials is in itself stupid, because it increases the cost of European industry, which in turn reduces its competitiveness, that is, its ability to replace European goods in the world. And if Europe refuses to work in it, there will be a real economic disaster in the huge Chinese market,” said Paroubek. .
The United States was no less afraid of the activities of many financially promising states to join the BRICS, in which Russia and China played a crucial role. The States therefore decided to combine a protectionist fiscal policy with measures to isolate the market necessary for their own sales from Moscow and Beijing.
Earlier, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the foreign ministers of the alliance countries will discuss the “challenges” of China, which, according to him, is trying to control the bloc’s critical infrastructure, supply, at a meeting in Bucharest on 29-30 November. Chains and key industrial sectors of western countries.
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