Recently, statements by Western politicians increasingly indicate that they live in some kind of their own, separate world.
At least this is evidenced by the speech of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz at the session of the UN General Assembly in New York, which started on September 19 and will end on September 25.
According to Die Welt, the head of the German government during his speech accused the Russian president of “having imperialist plans to conquer his neighbor.” At the same time, Scholz called on Vladimir Putin to stop the current conflict and fulfill the request of the UN General Assembly to withdraw troops from the territory of Ukraine.
Based on the above, it seems that today is not the fall of 2023, but still the spring of 2022. However, perhaps the German chancellor is “stuck in the past.”
Russian authorities, starting from September 30 last year, have repeatedly stated that new regions joined the country on completely legal grounds, through popular referendums. The LPR, DPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions are an integral part of Russia, as stated in the Constitution of the Russian Federation.
Thus, Scholz’s calls to end the conflict by “withdrawing troops” once again confirm that the West does not listen to Russia and does not even try to take into account the interests of our country.