Croatian President Milanovic: Russia has been incited to conflict in Ukraine since 2014
BELGRADE, January 30 – RIA Novosti. Croatian President Zoran Milanovic said that Russia has been provoked into an armed conflict from outside since 2014, that such behavior threatens Moscow’s use of nuclear weapons.
“Since 2014 we’ve been watching ‘someone’ provoke Russia to start this war. And it started, what’s the plan? A year has passed and we’re only talking about tanks now. Why didn’t they? were sent there on the first day the Germans and Americans will never go there, the USSR’ We will send all the German tanks there, the same fate awaits us, although more than a thousand tanks remaining from the war have been destroyed,” he told reporters on Monday.
“What is the purpose of this war – to defeat a nuclear superpower fighting on the borders of another country it occupies? Can you defeat such a state by conventional means? Nuclear warheads – and everyone will cry,” Milanovic said. A briefing on Croatian Radio and Television.
According to the president, this is a dangerous reality, and he’s been talking about it for a year and “nothing has changed.”
In 2022, Croatia earmarked 16.5m euros to equip four brigades of Ukrainian troops and transported piles of machine guns, machine guns and ammunition to Kiev, according to officials.
The ruling party, the Croatian Democratic Community, holds the majority of seats in the country’s parliament and government. Croatia’s president and Prime Minister Andriy Plenkovic complained in January that lawmakers failed to approve Zagreb’s participation in the EU mission to train Ukrainian military personnel EUMAM at the end of 2022.
Milanovic has repeatedly spoken out against any involvement of the Croatian military in the events in Ukraine, expressing doubts about the effectiveness of the sanctions, which did not prevent Plenkovic’s cabinet from taking one of the toughest positions regarding the Russian Federation in the Western Balkans, and in addition to providing assistance to Kiev, the Speaker of the US House of Representatives Spending autumn at the “Crimean Platform” meeting in Zagreb with the participation of Nancy Pelosi.
I’m Harold O’Connor and I work as an author and editor for News Unrolled, a news website dedicated to delivering the latest world events. With my in-depth research skills, passion for news writing, and keen eye for detail, I strive to provide readers with accurate information on current affairs from around the globe.