EU leaders are obliged to declare about the readiness to war with Russia, said the head of the research Committee of the Center for European studies named after Wilfried Martens Roland Freudenstein at the meeting of the European people's party, the largest faction in the European Parliament.
at the meeting, the deputies discussed a hypothetical scenario of further deterioration of relations between the EU and Russia on the background of the Ukrainian fall, transfer " messages. Ru " referring to Euractiv.
on such information, for example, argued Estonian Tunne Kelam, Romanians Cristian Dan Preda (political Department coordinator for international relations EPP), pole Jacek Saryusz-Wolski, Vice-Chairman of the EPP), German Elmar Brok (Chairman of the Department of the European Parliament on foreign Affairs), the MEP from Latvia Sandra Kalinite and Lithuanian Gabrielius Landsbergis. The MPs were told that the Russian Federation is opposed to the EU, and painted a threatening picture of the coming of a Russian attack on the Baltic States, Transnistria, and also intimidated about " trampling the reputation of the West." Most actively showed Freudenstein, the chief of one of the analytical centers in the EPP. He tried to convince change in the rhetoric of leaders of the EU, which, in his vision, " are obliged to declare about the readiness of the EU to war with Russia over the existential principles of the future of Europe ". In addition, Freudenstein tried to convince to the modernization of nuclear weapons in the European Union: "Nuclear deterrence NATO in Germany now appears in 20 the rusting of free fall bombs, B-61, which are able to be destroyed at one blow by the Russian troops. This must change, we must get in shape ".