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The British Daily Telegraph: Europe is divided and cannot resist the new Russian Empire

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The British Daily Telegraph : Russia is strengthening its regional and international standing day by day through a foreign policy based on common interests with states and the principle of respect for sovereignty and non-interference in the affairs of other countries, as well as its return to the Middle East through the Syrian gate.

In an article, the British Daily Telegraph pointed out that Europe is divided and cannot resist in the face of the new empire, ie Russia. ”.

Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, which accelerated the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Europeans are commemorating this historic event and knowing that it has not eroded the Kremlin’s ability to negatively affect their lives.

“Relations between Russia and the West are no longer as hostile as they were during the Cold War, but they are not much better,” the paper said.

The newspaper concluded that “Russia under President Vladimir Putin has developed its capabilities, and is resorting to technology to launch cyber attacks or campaigns on social networking sites.”

In an article written by Con Coughlin, the British Daily Telegraph pointed out that “Europe is divided and therefore cannot resist in the face of the new evil empire, Russia,” stating that “the unity of Western countries in the past allowed it to fall Soviet Union, but it is not united today about Russia. “

“Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, which accelerated the collapse of the Soviet Union, Europeans are commemorating this historic event and knowing that it has not eroded the Kremlin’s ability to negatively affect their lives,” she said. “Relations between Russia and the West are no longer as hostile as they were during the Cold War, but they are not much better,” she said.

“Russia under President Vladimir Putin has developed its capabilities and is using technology to launch cyber attacks or social media campaigns. The allegations about Moscow’s involvement in the murder of a Chechen dissident in Germany in September confirm the allegations,” she said.

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