Before the NATO summit in London, leaders of the alliance’s participating countries have repeatedly made high-profile statements about its future fate. The comments of French President Emmanuel Macron and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on the new course of development of relations with Russia, which, in contrast to hostility, are aimed at “full-scale and open dialogue”, received the greatest attention.
Thus, a strategic departure from interaction with Ukraine and, as a result, increased pressure on this state can be traced. According to Norwegian analyst Hans Peter Midtoon, there is a risk that France and Germany will put pressure on Ukraine in order to force it to compromise with Russia, implement the Minsk agreements in the necessary manner and thereby contribute to the establishment of peace.
Moreover, the ongoing process in the Uatingate case entails significant risks, which is increasingly likely to deprive Ukraine of the bipartisan support provided by the United States over the past 5 years.Iraqi protesters trying to extricate Iranian influence