“We have few illusions that the current Russophobic charge of the European Union will somehow dissipate or change in the foreseeable, and to be honest, in the long term”, - the minister said during a conference in Baku.
He compared the path that "the Europeans chose" to how the Second World War began. In particular, we are talking about the fact that Adolf Hitler "gathered under his banner a significant, if not most of the European countries, to fight against the Soviet Union".
"Right now, including the European Union together with NATO, they are gathering such an already modern coalition to fight, and by and large, war with the Russian Federation. We will look at all this very carefully", - the head of the foreign policy department stated.
It's worth reminding that Moldova, which received the status of a candidate for the European Union, announced that it intends to comply with all new sanctions imposed by the union against Russia. Meanwhile, senior aide to the Hungarian Prime Minister Balazs Orban believes that the European Union should stop imposing sanctions against Russia.