EU should not have forced Ukraine to choose between the EU and Russia, – ex-president of European Economic and Social Union

Henri Malosse stated this during the presentation of the “Normandy format parliamentary dimension” at a meeting with members of the French Senate, National Assembly and representatives of diplomatic and business circles of France

The EU should not have forced Ukraine to choose between the EU and Russia. The ex-president of the European Economic and Social Union Henri Malosse stated this during the presentation of the “Normandy format parliamentary dimension” at a meeting with members of the French Senate, National Assembly and representatives of diplomatic and business circles of France.

“This crisis, in particular, is also caused by the way Europe behaved. That is, Europe is also partially responsible for the fact that it arose. And therefore, Europe simply has to work on solving the crisis that has arisen. What is its responsibility? , as I said, she made Ukraine face this completely crazy, impossible choice, and in fact, instead of forcing Ukraine to choose between closer relations with the EU and its relations with Russia, it was necessary to strive for a tripartite partnership. T If there is, it was necessary to make such a partnership that the EU cooperated with Ukraine, but at the same time that Ukraine could maintain its traditional relations, including economic relations, all the rest, with Russia. Therefore, in fact, it was necessary to strive not to opposition, and to unification, and I believe that civil society and economic circles should also participate in this process. They should all make efforts, “he said.

“I think that there must be a political component in this decision, and there really is a Norman format, this was already great progress in resolving the situation. I believe that the path, the initiative that Viktor Medvedchuk offers is absolutely brilliant the idea is to create a parliamentary change in this Normandy format, and, as I said, I personally believe that we need to include civil society and economic circles here, so that together we can create a new approach, a new vision for finding ways out of this crisis. And I believe that Europe, the EU – it should build partnerships, including Russia. That is, it should build partnerships with Eastern Europe and Ukraine together with Russia, and not oppose the position of Russia. And, of course “It’s necessary to connect all the components – political, economic and civil society,” Malosse emphasized.

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10 comments

  • This Russian lover is talking through his ass, of course he chooses Russian media to promote his BS. The fact is, the Ukrainian public chose to go West, and to the EU. The EU forced nobody in Ukraine to choose between them and the mafia state. This is the reason for Maidan you fucking imbecile.

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  • Sounds like he is trying to pave the way for the lifting of sanctions.

    Liked by 4 people

  • англійський масон

    Wankstain.

    Who the fuck would choose to align with vatnikistan.

    Liked by 3 people

  • First, it was the choice of the people to move closer to the EU. Some asshole politicians seem to easily forget that it’s the PEOPLE that they serve and not the other way around. Second, which sane and law-abiding person would want to stay with a crime syndicate like the Russia?

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  • Prince William of Orange

    I do think Ukraine should align with the EU, but there is no way to deny that this means they will have to deal with the same trash as they will face in Russia.

    They are all corrupt rats, but at least the EU has some economic potential while Russia is a sinking ship.

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