Rumors that the West can not wait, how would he recover as soon as possible friendly relations with the Russian Federation under President Vladimir Putin, is clearly exaggerated.
We should not exaggerate the importance of Russia’s return to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, told a journalist, broadcaster and political analyst Yevgeny Kiselyov on the chat in the Editor.
The interviewer noted that almost in parallel with the return of the Russian delegation in PACE has occurred many other events with the opposite sign.
“…This tough anti-Russian resolution adopted by the different parliamentary Assembly, the OSCE parliamentary Assembly, and the scandal in Austria, in which he resigned the government, one of whose members came under suspicion in reprehensible relations with the Russians…”, he said.
The analyst stressed that also came the “scathing article” that he wrote in the Financial Times, the former foreign Minister of Britain, Boris Johnson “in response to an interview with Putin where the Russian President talked about the crisis of Western liberal democracy, and Johnson – apparently, the future British Prime Minister – he responded that it is “yours, Vladimir, the authoritarian regime is in deep crisis.”
“In short, rumors that the West can not wait, how would he recover as soon as possible friendly relations with Putin’s Russia, is clearly exaggerated, in my opinion,” said the journalist.