Italians call on the authorities to stop the supply of weapons to Ukraine
DENIS TITOV for READOVKA
The Italian “Committee against Sanctions and Arms” held a rally in #Milano on July 29.
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Activists took to the streets of Milan demanding to stop the supply of weapons to Ukraine. The protesters said the day before that Italy and Europe should take their assigned role – to become a mediator and guarantor between East and West.
In the meantime, this is not the case, according to the representative of the Committee against sanctions and weapons, European policy aimed at supporting Ukraine is destructive for everyone. It will not benefit anyone.
“If we continue to send weapons, it will never stop, the death toll will increase, the planetary crisis will become even more acute and peace will never be achieved … We demand that a new government be formed in September that would block the supply of weapons so that other countries also followed the same strategy and finally sat down at the negotiating table, ” said the representative of the Committee.
Recall, on February 21, Russian President Vladimir Putinon the recognition of the independence of the DPR and LPR and promised to support the republics. On February 24, President Putin announced a in Ukraine in response to the appeal of the leaders of the republics of Donbass with a request for help.
After that, the US, EU, UK, and a number of other states announced that they were imposing sanctions against Russian individuals and legal entities, which were primarily directed against the banking sector and the supply of high-tech products. Many brands have also announced a suspension of work in the country.
Earlier, Readovka reported that anagainst Russophobia.
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