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The Kremlin responds to Ukraine's future membership in the European Union: "It should not bring more problems to Russia" |  Instagram news VTM

The Kremlin responds to Ukraine’s future membership in the European Union: “It should not bring more problems to Russia” | Instagram news VTM

Peskov also hopes that Ukraine’s rapprochement with the European Union will not worsen relations between Moscow and Brussels. A Kremlin spokesman said relations had already reached a low point, “which is very difficult to make worse.”

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov put the importance of the decision into perspective for Russia. Unlike NATO, the European Union is not a political bloc. Speaking at a press conference with his Azerbaijani counterpart in Baku, he said that the development of its relations with any country does not pose any threats or dangers to us.

Four months after the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the heads of state or government of the European Union decided yesterday To make Ukraine and Moldova two candidate countries. This does not mean that they will join immediately. For example, membership is preceded by years of complex accession negotiations.

Peskov also stressed that the road to Ukraine and Moldova is still long and could develop in all directions. He referred to Turkey, which has been a candidate for 20 years but “hasn’t made much progress”. “At the same time, Turkey has become an independent and sovereign country,” Peskov said.

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