[…] the project is absolutely pro-American, which may insert a wedge between Russia and Europe.
[…] it is not worth talking about an economic union of three not very successful countries in such a context; it is only about the fulfilment of someone else’s will, under NATO’s control. [It is] a fist to strike at Russia, a classic Anglo-Saxon proxy war.
Ukraine can’t keep Odesa because the ruling Russophobic regime is simply unable to keep the Russian regions together.
All elections so far revealed the dividing line between Russians and Ukrainians. Therefore, the process of returning Donbas to Ukraine seems to be a useless exercise – if the territories are integrated, then this will lead to another conflict. The same applies to the Odesa region – the region inhabited by Russians will not be able to endlessly follow Kyiv’s policy.
This is a recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about Ukraine's disintegration and imminent collapse, and Russophobia. It is also a disinformation narrative about the war in Ukraine, aiming to portray the conflict as Ukraine's civil war.
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