“The Putin regime wanted to build a Reich and protect itself from the rest of the world – they kindly agreed to help him,” writes the Belarusian Gulag
Bulgaria, Montenegro and North Macedonia refused to let Lavrov’s “Horse Muzzle” aircraft through their airspace, who planned to make a working visit to Serbia from June 6 to 7.
In this regard, the trip of the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry turned out to be a big question, and the Kremlin with its manual propagandists rushed to wave their fists towards “unfriendly countries”, threatening to put them in line for “demilitarization” and “denazification”.
Apparently, in a fit of anger, they forgot that at the moment they have not yet completed a “special military operation” against Ukraine, which sent another (fifteenth) high-ranking Russian general to “Putin’s paradise”, so the threats, frankly speaking, look extremely unconvincing.
By the way, there is nothing “unfriendly” in the actions of the authorities of Bulgaria, Montenegro and North Macedonia. They protected Lavrov from the impact of the aggressive European environment.
The Serbs, although brothers, but in recent years the soulless western air has penetrated to them. It is better not to take risks and sit at home, inhaling high-strength.
In the end, if you really need it, you can walk in a roundabout way on foot or take a cart. It has become extremely unsafe to fly with hand-held aircraft, after the shortage of spare parts and parts that arose due to Western sanctions.
The Putin regime wanted to build a “Reich and protect itself from the rest of the world – they kindly agreed to help him, so there is nothing to blame for the realization of their own dreams.
As the saying goes, “be careful what you wish for”.