Dmitry Peskov spoke about the insight of the West: “Sanctions harm Europe itself”
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Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov – with the political observer KP.RU Alexander Gamov.
On Friday, May 12, a Komsomolskaya Pravda journalist asked the official representative of the Kremlin the following questions…
… – Dmitry Sergeevich, the British edition of The Spectator writes today: “The strategy of the West’s sanctions war against the Russian Federation failed due to the unwillingness of a number of other countries to impose anti-Russian sanctions.” And one more thing: “The West started the sanctions war with an overestimation of its own influence around the world and did not notice how Moscow restructured its economy and reoriented it from the west to the east and south.” How does the Kremlin treat such an insight?
– In general, it is noticeable that recently more and more analysts are trying to talk about the effectiveness of the policy of the collective West, – said Peskov, – about the effectiveness of the sanctions imposed …
And – on the topic of how much this double-edged weapon harms Europe itself.
And in various, more or less serious publications, indeed, we see attempts at analysis.
Well, it’s probably more good than bad when you still ask questions and think.
There are a lot of undeniable facts here.
And, of course, we would like people in the countries of the “collective West” to know that they have to pay for this.
And – that they have to pay for the erroneous, incorrect and ineffective policies of their leaders.
The more they are told about it, the better.
– Well, if they say: that’s it, we will no longer impose sanctions, let’s live together, forgive us .. Will we forgive them?
– They won’t say that. And we know it.
– Thanks a lot.