Kremlin’s reaction to EU’s visa restriction

Kremlin’s reaction to EU’s visa restriction

Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitriy Peskov, the European Union (EU), Russia Reacting to his announcement that he would suspend the visa facilitation agreement with the Russian Federation, he said: “This is bad for the Russians because it will probably be longer and more difficult to get a visa. This step is another ridiculous decision in an ongoing series of bullshit.” said.

Speaking to reporters in the capital Moscow, Peskov made evaluations on the issues on the agenda.

Blaming Europe for the problems with the Nord Stream gas pipeline, Peskov said: “Gazprom is ready and willing to fulfill its obligations. But in the current situation, the European side has put legal and technological barriers that prevent Gazprom from working.” he said.

Calling on common sense to parties doing business with Gazprom, Peskov said, “This is a crisis scenario. I would like to appeal to common sense against those who do business with Gazprom, but so far we can only conclude that they have a serious lack of common sense.” he said.

REACTION FROM RUSSIA TO THE EU’S VISA STEP

Evaluating the EU’s announcement that it will suspend the visa facilitation agreement with Russia in 2007, Peskov said, “This is bad for the Russians, because it will probably be longer and more difficult to get a visa. This step is another ridiculous decision in an ongoing series of bullshit. Of course, withdrawing from this agreement will complicate the situation for Europeans as well.” used the phrases.

Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Mariya Zakharova also reacted to the EU’s announcement that it would suspend the visa facilitation agreement with Russia.

Stating that the anti-Russian EU countries decided to “punish” Russian citizens for supporting the independent foreign policy of their own state, Zaharova stated that behind this attempt, there were attempts to divide the Russian society, which could not be regarded as anything other than an open intervention in the internal affairs of another country.

Noting that in this way, the EU once again revealed the real goals of its policies, Zaharova said, “It is now clear to everyone that the statements made in recent years that the EU’s sanctions policy is not directed at ordinary Russian citizens have nothing to do with reality. We will not be like the EU in its unreasonable policy of ‘burning bridges’ between people, but we also reserve the right to retaliate to protect the interests of our citizens and ensure our own national security.” she said.




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