Europe has protested sanctions against Russia. “Didn’t think about the consequences”

Actions against anti-Russian sanctions took place in Europe
Photo:


news from the plot

Sanctions against Russia in general and the Urals in particular

Protests against sanctions against Russia are taking place in Europe. This opinion was expressed by British political commentator Anthony Webber.

“Of course, in some European countries this led to protests. I think that as a result, the pressure on the governments of Western countries in the first place will start to grow. After all, it is obvious that their population cannot withstand such a serious increase in daily expenses, “said Anthony Webber in an interview with RT.

According to him, Europe has not thought about the consequences for their countries. Europe needs to change its policy and realize that the sanctions are damaging not only Russia but also the EU, Webber said.

The United States, Europe and other countries have imposed sanctions on Russia over a special operation in Ukraine that began in late February. Russian authorities have said that the restrictions are also hitting Western countries. Inflation is rising there, logistics and settlement systems are being disrupted. There is also no consensus among Western countries on sanctions, Hungary opposes restrictions, and other countries are dissatisfied with the situation in the energy market. In Germany, sanctions against Russia and the situation in Ukraine are leading to rising inflation, reports Life with reference to the German TV channel Welt.

If you want to report the news, write to us

Subscribe to URA.RU. Google News, Yandex.News and on our channel in Яндекс.Зенfollow the main news of Russia and the Urals telegram channel URA.RU. and receive all the most important news with delivery to your mail in our daily newsletter.

Protests against sanctions against Russia are taking place in Europe. This opinion was expressed by British political commentator Anthony Webber. “Of course, in some European countries this led to protests. I think that as a result, the pressure on the governments of Western countries in the first place will start to grow. After all, it is obvious that their population cannot withstand such a serious increase in daily expenses, “said Anthony Webber in an interview with RT. According to him, Europe has not thought about the consequences for their countries. Europe needs to change its policy and realize that the sanctions are damaging not only Russia but also the EU, Webber said. The United States, Europe and other countries have imposed sanctions on Russia over a special operation in Ukraine that began in late February. Russian authorities have said that the restrictions are hitting Western countries as well. Inflation is rising there, logistics and settlement systems are being disrupted. There is also no consensus among Western countries on sanctions, Hungary opposes restrictions, and other countries are dissatisfied with the situation in the energy market. In Germany, sanctions against Russia and the situation in Ukraine are leading to rising inflation, reports Life with reference to the German TV channel Welt.

About the author

lpnaf

Leave a Comment