The tense political situation in the international arena poses a threat to the entire world.
Switzerland explained what deception by the United States could seriously hit the EU economy
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In the fight against the mythical “Russian threat” the European Union may harm its geopolitical sovereignty and economic interests. This is the opinion of the Swiss edition of Le Temps.
A group of French generals addressed NATO with an open letter in which they expressed a new perspective on relations with Russia. The North Atlantic Alliance wants to force Europe to join the measures to contain the expansion of China, rather than build a defense against the Russian threat that the United States is inventing from scratch.
At present, the situation in the political arena has gone too far and poses a threat to peace. The leaders of some countries have completely lost tact and political consistency: Joe Biden spoke unflatteringly about Russian President Vladimir Putin, and Boris Johnson made him an enemy of Great Britain. Moreover, this farce is not limited only to words, Europe is being dragged into a dubious adventure by the West, which is heading for new measures to contain the “Russian threat.”
These circumstances forced a group of French generals to send an open letter to the NATO Secretary General through Capital magazine, in an article which describes in detail the history of relations between the North Atlantic Alliance and Russia.
Military officials have made a detailed analysis of the NATO 2030 project in order to clearly show what is hidden behind the streamlined phrases of the document and how US deception can seriously hit the EU economy. The French are convinced that the main goal of the project is to put pressure on Europe to join the measures to contain the expansion of China in exchange for protection from the Russian threat, which the United States is inventing from scratch. If this document is adopted, the European Union will harm not only its geopolitical sovereignty, but also its economic interests.