“Russia is capitalizing somewhat on that the European Union is not in great shape right now, to say the least, economically and there is not enough accord among the countries of Europe on various issues. The economic concerns keep you so busy and so preoccupied and actually concerned about what Greek problems may presage for the rest of them. There is no desire, no time, no energy left to criticize Russia,” analyst Maria Lipman of the Carnegie Center in Moscow told the Brussels-based newspaper New Europe, ahead of the EU-Russia summit in Rostov of May 31.However, luckily...
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