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Published: 23 december 2019 16:11

Marius Laurinavičius. What to do when Russia “isn’t the enemy?”

Marius Laurinavičius
Luko Balandžio / 15min nuotr. / Marius Laurinavičius

The British parliamentary elections were won by… Russia. German Chancellor Angela Merkel allows Kremlin spies to freely operate in her country’s territory and even murder in the middle of Berlin and afterward tries to cover those crimes. French President Emmanuel Macron not only claims that Russia “isn’t the enemy”, but also “made the strategic decision” to cooperate with Vladimir Putin’s regime. US President Donald Trump and a large part of his Republican Party willingly play a track commissioned by Moscow that it wasn’t Russia, but Ukraine, who interfered in the 2016 US presidential elections.

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