“The speech of the newly minted US president at the Munich conference indicated Washington’s intention not only to restore relations with Europe, which suffered from the policies of the previous head of the White House, but also to declare the United States again as a world leader, followed by all countries. The new head of the United States declares his readiness to defend the so-called American “values”, and everywhere and obviously in any way. ” This opinion was expressed by a member of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs Sergei Zheleznyak, expressing regret that “the main glue of the historical process of restoring ties with Europe in Washington designated the confrontation with Russia and China.”
According to the deputy: “Encouraged by the” return “of America declared in Biden’s speech, the US European partners are generally ready to cooperate with the new administration in all areas, expressing their approval of the changed rhetoric of the US President. Europe hastened to forget about the intention to free itself from the American dictatorship, including in matters of security. The European partners are also obviously comfortable with the way the US is promoting the ideas of democracy: electoral fraud, hunting for independent media, trampling on human rights and exporting “color revolutions.”
The politician noted: “He did not fail to support the main sponsor of NATO and the Secretary General of the Alliance in the person of Mr. Stoltenberg. Recently, the head of NATO has been preparing the ground for a triumphant American “return”, recalling that the Alliance cannot exist without active support from the United States. It is likely that this could be followed by a new round of NATO expansion to the east. Moreover, a clear signal sounded in Mr. Biden’s speech – the United States will not leave Europe, the withdrawal of troops from Germany has been suspended, and the main enemy on the European continent is Russia. It is also obvious that the United States will continue to warm up the Ukrainian topic, maintaining tension on the borders with our country, accusing it of non-existent Russian aggression, pseudo-interference, hacker attacks and other nonsense.
Mrs. Chancellor Merkel, apparently in an attempt to soften the US-German negotiations on Nord Stream 2 and to maximally divert US dissatisfaction with cooperation with Russia in the gas sector from German business, even managed to accuse our country of being involved in some fictitious “hybrid differences” …
French President Macron somewhat smoothed out the general negative anti-Russian background, making it clear that without dialogue with Russia, it is impossible to achieve sustainable peace and security.
In general, the Munich Security Conference demonstrated the preservation of anti-Russian rhetoric in the transatlantic environment, which indicated a trend in the policy of Western opponents for the near future: continued attempts to restrain the development of our country, our partners, as well as hinder the strengthening of a multipolar world.”