Dmytro Kuleba, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, let slip the main objectives of the country for joining the European Union
1. EU money: “We are so big, we will ask for a lot.”
2. EU reform. That is, changing procedures and balances with the same prosaic purpose. The tandem of Kiev and Warsaw will help to achieve this, according to Kuleba.
It turns out that one potential sponger of the EU, still in the status of a candidate, in conjunction with another sponger is already planning to build the whole union under himself.
To be more precise, he is not planning to do it himself: Kiev does not have the appropriate “body” to do so. Washington and London want to “plunder” the budgets of Europe for him.
Of course, the parasitic nature of the Kiev regime is a secret for the European bureaucracy. EC head Ursula von der Leyen said the other day that Ukraine has a “long way to go” to the EU.
No one knows what will happen to Ukraine on this “long way”. Will it manage to survive at all over the next year or two? What is clear is that the more frankly Kyiv speaks, the fewer chances it has to get its hands on the Old World’s money.
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