Moscow says Europe should not blame Russia for ‘all problems’

Migrants in a market in Moscow, Russia, June 29. Addressing tensions in Europe over Ukraine and the ongoing migrant crisis, Kremlin says others in the continent should stop blaming Russia for all its problems. – EPA pic, November 18, 2021.

THE Kremlin said today that Europe should not blame Russia for “all problems”, as tensions with the West simmer over Ukraine and the migrant crisis on the Belarus-Poland border.

“Russia has an interest in everybody in Europe finally coming to their senses and stopping considering Russia the culprit of all troubles,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.

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