The pursuits of Europe are at all times secondary to these of the US, Antonio Tajani says
Europe wants sturdy leaders, akin to former German chancellor Angela Merkel, to have its voice heard on the worldwide stage, Italy’s international minister informed La Stampa newspaper on Wednesday.
“There are too many jealousies, too many leaders,” Antonio Tajani mentioned, arguing that Europe has ended up serving the world as a substitute of pursuing its personal pursuits, and that “even Germany, the strongest nation [in Europe], fails to impose itself. A Merkel is lacking.”
Through the interview, he was requested if he thought Europe was “too weak,” to which he replied by explaining that “Europe doesn’t have an actual international or protection coverage… We at all times come after the People,” including that this has been the case since 1954.
He went on to insist that the European Union do all the pieces inside its energy to stop the Russia-Ukraine battle from escalating. “Neither NATO nor Europe, which have an obligation to assist Ukraine, are at conflict with Russia,” Tajani said, expressing his hope that the “aggressive statements” coming from the Kremlin are merely “propaganda” and that there is no such thing as a actual want to lift the tone of the confrontation.
The minister argued that whereas it is very important hold sending weapons to Ukraine, it’s also very important to hunt a peaceable decision to the battle, which has been raging since final February, or a minimum of set up a truce. Tajani described himself as “not optimistic in regards to the close to future” whereas believing “it’s not price giving up,” including that he has requested Türkiye to do all it may to rearrange negotiations between Moscow and Kiev.
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Whereas Russia has repeatedly insisted that it’s open to negotiations with Kiev, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has signed a regulation that legally prohibits Kiev from any negotiations with Moscow so long as Vladimir Putin stays in energy.
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