Gas station with bomb. How Borrell humiliates Putin
EU’s top diplomat Josep Borrell has described Russia as a petrol station whose owner has a nuclear bomb
In an interview with El Pais newspaper, the European Union's High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy stressed that China is a truly serious player, given the country's economic potential. And such a country cannot be isolated. But Russia, said Josep Borrell, is an "economic dwarf", a gas station whose owner has a nuclear bomb. And at the same time, China, with its economic potential, does not create such problems for the European Union, for the civilised world, as Vladimir Putin's Russia does with its numerous crimes in Ukraine.
As Josep Borrell was describing these crimes, a report of a new Russian crime appeared, this time in Chernihiv.
The following is from Vitaly Portnikov's video blog.
About the author. Vitaliy Portnikov, journalist, Shevchenko Prize winner.
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