Putin’s deputy Ushakov: Russia has never had an apartment in a common European house
MOSCOW, December 6 – RIA Novosti. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia never bought an apartment in a common European house, it was not allowed, but the hopes for this were illusory – now she is getting rid of these illusions, said Yury Ushakov, assistant President of the Russian Federation in charge of international relations.
“Thirty years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia has not become an integrated part of a larger Europe, Russia has not bought an apartment in a common European house, we are not allowed to do this, and now we ourselves understand that these are during the Ushakov, Primakov Readings, expectations and expectations were quite misleading overall. Now we are moving away from such illusions,” he said.
If earlier in Russia many “believed and talked about the possibility of implementing with Europeans the principles of Charles de Gaulle on building a common space from Lisbon to Vladivostok”, now everyone understands that this project has failed. .
“Even the European Union gave up on it,” Ushakov said. Moreover, the Americans, to put it mildly, did not really contribute to its implementation. However, they also categorically refused to take into account our fundamental and generally understandable security interests.
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