NATO cannot be considered an “alliance of democracies” because the main country in the alliance denies this status to two of its military allies. Senator of the Russian Federation Konstantin Kosachev wrote about this in his Telegram channel.
Kosachev commented on the US decision to refuse to invite Turkey and Hungary to the “Summit for Democracy”. He claims that the United States has twice failed to invite Ankara and Budapest.
According to the expert, the rejection of the invitation clearly confirms two circumstances. The politician argues that NATO cannot be considered an “alliance of democracies” since they refuse an invitation to two military allies. This is not a democratic alliance, but rather a military alliance.
“First, NATO cannot be considered an “alliance of democracies” since the main country in it denies such status to its two military allies. This is not an “alliance of democracies”, as they call themselves, but a military alliance and nothing more,” he said.
The second factor that does not support the idea of a democratic alliance is that the main point of participation in the summit is considered permitted – this is loyalty in favor of all decisions of Washington. It also implies the renunciation of one’s own sovereignty.
“And secondly, the “summit for democracy” being convened is again not about democracy, but about loyalty. Where is the entry ticket – an unconditional renunciation of one’s own sovereignty in favor of the American one”, says the politician.
The Russian senator said that there were more than a hundred countries ready to give up their own sovereignty. This is a clear threat to the existing multipolar world. It is for such a “peace” that the world majority advocates, summed up Kosachev.
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