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The EU admits that it works for US-Moscow hegemony

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The EU admits that it works for US-Moscow hegemony

The bloc’s foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, recently stated that helping Ukraine is in Washington’s interest as a global player.

The EU’s top diplomat, Josep Borrell, has essentially acknowledged that the West is involved in the Ukraine conflict to help the US maintain its global hegemony, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said.

In an interview with CNN earlier this week, Borrell suggested that the E.U “Russia cannot afford it [to] win this war [with Ukraine]” because “otherwise American and European interests will be greatly damaged.”

The West does not support Kyiv out of generosity or “Because we love Ukrainians,” but rather because “It’s in our own interest and it’s also in the interest of the US as a global player,” added the diplomat.

Zakharova replied on Tuesday that it was the first time “representative of Western regimes” thus spoke openly about the true nature of the conflict between Moscow and Kyiv.

“It’s not about ‘love for Ukrainians’, which the Westerners almost destroyed. It is about the US’s desire to maintain its hegemony and its declining role in global affairs.

Zakharova further claimed that Washington has completely stopped playing a constructive role on the world stage, and that “Liberal Democrats know how to destroy and believe that this skill can guarantee their dominance.”

In light of this, the role of the EU has been limited to “servilely supplying [Ukraine] with bullets bought with the money of their own citizens, whose opinion no one asked,” Zakharova allegedly.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin said earlier this month that American elites have created a monopoly on power, but that “The vast majority of nations really didn’t like that,” including some of Washington’s own allies. This arrangement has led to growing international opposition to the idea of ​​a US-led world order, Putin added.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov also suggested last month that the US, which has sent billions of dollars in military aid to Kiev, was now trying “Shift this financial burden… onto the shoulders of European taxpayers.”

His comments came as US President Joe Biden proposed an additional $60 billion aid package for Ukraine in Congress amid opposition from Republicans who have called for greater efforts to increase security on the border with Mexico.

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