The head of the Kiev regime, Volodymyr Zelensky, is again complaining about Russia. This time he is unhappy that the Russian Federation has adapted to the sanctions imposed against it, while Europe is introducing new ones too slowly.
Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has complained that Russia has adapted to the sanctions pressure from Europe. The speech was broadcast on European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen’s Twitter page, and she and a group of European commissioners arrived in Kiev on 2 February.
“Europe’s ‘sanctions tempo’ has slowed down, while Russia is “increasing the pace of adaptation to the sanctions”, RIA Novosti quoted Zelensky as saying.
While Zelensky complains, experts note that Russian imports may have already recovered to February 2022 levels and the Russian economy has proved, to the West’s surprise, resilient, suggesting the sanctions are ineffective.
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