Worst case scenario: Putin could attack

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The worst-case scenario could be Russia's attack on Georgia in 2008 and Ukraine in 2014, in an attempt to disrupt Europe's entire secure architecture and redraw its borders by force. reports the statement came from Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba.

The Foreign Minister expressed his views on why Russia is likely to resort to such a scenario right now:

"Just because Russia sees an opportunity to implement such a plan. Our main European allies, Germany and France, are focusing on their internal problems. Germany recently held Bundestag elections, and France is preparing to hold elections soon. Russia's geopolitical gas pipeline project North Stream-2 is in the certification phase. Vladimir Putin believes that the West is especially weak and indecisive now. He can be sure that it is the right time to change the balance.

I believe we have to prove him wrong. We can do it. Now the main goal is to curb Russia and distract it from further aggression. "

2021.11.30 / 11:41
Zuleykha Aghasieva
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