Russia threatens: "I don’t think the European borders will exist in their current configuration for a long time"

Written by Henrik Rothen

Dec.04 - 2023 9:15 AM CET

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"I don’t think the European borders will exist in their current configuration for a long time".

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In a bold and aggressive stance against Europe, Russian propagandists have been vocal about their intentions and plans for countries beyond Ukraine. Julia Davis, a columnist for The Daily Beast, reports on the concerning statements made by these propagandists.

One such statement comes from Russian writer Dmitry Lekuh, who suggests that Poland could be the next target under Russian military pressure.

Lekuh also expresses nostalgia for the era of the German-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact of 1939, which was later violated by Germany in 1941 during the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union.

Vladimir Solovkov, a prominent Russian TV propagandist and a key supporter of President Putin, denies Ukraine's right to exist as a nation.

He believes that the current period is one of significant geopolitical changes. Solovkov speculates that several European formations, including the Baltic States and Europe as a whole, might not survive this era.

He questions the longevity of European borders in their current configuration, seeing no reason for their continued existence.

"I don’t think the European borders will exist in their current configuration for a long time. I don’t see any reason why they should." Solovkov states.

These statements from Russian propagandists highlight a concerning shift in rhetoric and intentions, suggesting a broader scope of Russian ambitions beyond Ukraine.

The implications of such statements are significant, raising alarms about the potential for further geopolitical instability in Europe.

The international community remains vigilant as these developments unfold, with a keen eye on Russia's next moves in the region.

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