Westerners’ hostile attitude towards Russia.


Western hostile attitude towards Russia.

Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson, Maria Zakharova, has stated that “supplying Ukraine with military equipment increases the involvement of Europe in the conflict“, and that “the West is actively promoting Zelensky’s peace formula, which has nothing to do with peace and only includes ultimatums that Moscow cannot accept”. Zakharova also said “This confirms the Westerners’ hostile attitude towards Russia“.

The above is the Russian interpretation of the actions of the West, and other parts of the world, in supplying Ukraine with weapons and equipment to defend their country from an aggressive invader that does not want to leave Ukraine in peace.

Russia mistakenly thinks that
the Westerners’ attitude towards Russia is hostile, even though the following applies:

Ukraine are instructed, by the suppliers from other countries, that their equipment is not used to attack the Russian country.
It is only to be used for the defence of Ukrainian territory, against invaders in Ukraine itself.

Is the attitude of the West, and others, hostile to Russia, and why?

Yes, because the attitude of Russia is hostile, based on the Russian invasion of Ukraine and other countries.

[Russia’s invasion of Georgia in 2008 “marked a more aggressive trend” in its policy toward its neighbours, something being witnessed in Ukraine from 2014.]

In 2008 Russia falsely accused Georgia of committing “genocide” and “aggression against South Ossetia”. It launched a full-scale land, air and sea invasion of Georgia, including its undisputed territory, on 8 August 2008, referring to it as a “peace enforcement” operation.
A very similar situation to the subsequent Russian invasion, “Special Military Operation”, of Ukraine.


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