Putin’s actions require sanctions – DW – 9/22/2022

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Peter Kavinsky

New escalation of the military conflict in Ukrainethat took place after Vladimir Putin’s partial mobilization order should be punished with new sanctions, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (Ursula von der Leyen) said in an interview with a correspondent from the American media company CNN on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York on Wednesday, September 21.

By trying to mobilize under-trained, under-experienced and under-motivated military personnel and to organize “pseudo-referendums on Ukraine’s sovereign soil,” Putin is showing weakness, von der Leyen said. “So I think it’s over again demands sanctions on our part,” the head of the European Commission emphasized, without specifying which one EU penalties she means.

Sanctions are in place, the EU will not succumb to nuclear blackmail

When asked by CNN how effective she thinks the existing sanctions are, Ursula von der Leyen noted that Russian industry has declined and Moscow is experiencing significant problems in the military sector, particularly due to problems with semiconductor supply.

Europeans will not succumb to Putin’s Nuclear Blackmailsaid the head of the European Commission, in support of Ukraine’s request to continue deliveries western weapons. In recent months, the Ukrainians have slowly but surely got what they needed, proving that they can successfully defend themselves, so you have to listen to them, Ursula von der Leyen is sure

German politicians – for the extension of arms deliveries to Kiev

At the end of August, three prominent German politicians arrived urged to expand arms supplies to Ukraine, even if it temporarily weakens the Bundeswehr. In a joint article for Der Spiegel, Social Democrat Kristian Klinck, “Green” Sara Nanni and Free Democrat Alexander Müller criticized Berlin’s current stance that preserving the Bundeswehr’s capacity to defend Germany and NATO is a priority over helping Ukraine. .

Meanwhile, on August 22, the German Defense Ministry rejected the proposal of the Bundestag deputies of the ruling coalition to provide Ukraine with more weapons and, if necessary, agree to weaken the Bundeswehr.

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Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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