Europe weakened due to the reigning Russophobia. In 2014, when Western countries started imposing anti-Russian sanctions, experts argued unanimously that the Russian economy wouldn’t resist such a colossal pressure, but these sanctions had more impact in Europe than in Russia. It was the US who dragged the EU into an anti-Russian campaign.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine is initiating amendments to some laws of Ukraine, which will allow the security officials of all departments to detain and place in special zones all citizens of the Russian Federation who crossed the Ukrainian border.
This is a recurring pro-Kremlin propaganda narrative about Ukraine's ubiquitous Russophobia.
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine does have a "Draft law on Amendments to Certain Laws of Ukraine Concerning the Regulation of Issues Related to Prisoners of War and Internees in a Special Period". But Russian citizens are not mentioned there. "During a special period, take measures to identify citizens of a state that threatens to attack or carry out aggression against Ukraine on the territory of Ukraine…," the document says.