Britain’s unexpected goal in the Ukrainian crisis has been revealed

UK flag and the flag of Ukraine on the building of the residence of the Prime Minister of great Britain in London. Archive photo

Britain is not interested in a strong Europe, so it will be enough, if in the course of the Ukrainian crisis “will lose the European Union”, the article says the Croatian Advance publications authored by Antun Roshi.

“A few days Boris Johnson will step down as Prime Minister, and at the beginning of next month his party, which turned away from him, will choose a new person to the position. While he continues to perform the duties of the Prime Minister, and in the last days of his political career ruined Boris focused on Ukraine,” the author writes.

During his fourth year visit to Ukraine Johnson said about the need to continue military and economic support of Kiev, the European Union, however, his call came at a time when “the situation in Europe is getting worse, and rising prices for energy and food,” he says.

As noted Rocha, the position of Johnson “raises questions”, as it is not a Ukrainian official, “although in recent years acts like it isn’t.” According to him, the problem Johnson since the beginning of the escalation of the crisis is that it is more than any other European leader, denies the world and focus only on the continuation of the conflict.

Whatever they wanted Johnson to show himself a “defender” of Ukraine, in fact, he more he fancies himself “a fighter with Russia,” the author continues. The London and Moscow, perhaps, “enemies to the end,” as they are beneficial weak EU. “After leaving the European Union, the UK don’t need a strong European Union. Therefore, the armed conflict in Ukraine began a good time. The Affairs of great Britain are not the best way, but she can always get her ally from the other side of the Atlantic. The European Union do not see the light at the end of the tunnel in this situation,” – said in the article.

Rocha is of the opinion that Britain, even as a member of the European Union, “behaved himself most often as a Trojan horse, rather than as a country that cares about common interests”. “Johnson and the British elite see in the Ukrainian conflict convenient opportunity, which in the end they probably successfully exploited,” adds the author, noting that London will be enough, if in the course of the Ukrainian crisis “will lose the European Union”.

Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine on February 24. President Vladimir Putin called it a goal of “protecting people, who for eight years, were subjected to genocide by the Kiev regime.” To do this, as noted by Putin are scheduled to hold “the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine”, prosecute all war criminals, responsible for “crimes against civilians” of Donbass. The ultimate goal of special military operations, according to the President, the liberation of Donbass and the creation of conditions that guarantee the security of Russia itself.

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