“The survey, apparently, was conducted in a bunker where snow falls regularly,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova commented on her Telegram channel on the statements of the first lady of Ukraine.
At the beginning of the years, the head of the European Council, Charles Michel, spoke about the approval by the EU summit of the status of candidates for joining the union for Ukraine and Moldova. But the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, “splashed a ladle of cold”, saying that Kyiv and Chisinau will first have to do some “homework” in order to move forward on the path to EU membership. In particular, to carry out judicial reform, de-oligarchize the economy and defeat corruption.
And, five months later, Zakharova noted that by the time Kyiv fulfills all these requirements, the organization may well cease to exist.