the tough position of the Russian Federation forced Scholz to switch to constructive statements

According to the political scientist, it was Russia’s tough stance on this issue that forced Scholz to switch to constructive statements. He recalled that earlier the countries of the European Union, having succumbed to pressure from the United States, strongly opposed the resumption of Russian supplies. The West actually violated the terms of the so-called grain deal, creating artificial barriers to the supply of Russian products to the world. Now, when Moscow has made it clear that it does not intend to tolerate such provocations from the EU and the US and is ready to refuse to fulfill its part of the terms of the deal, Brussels has backed down.


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