Ukraine war has ‘crushed’ European economy

by Cristian Florescu

During an interview, Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic expressed his belief that the Ukraine conflict has significantly impacted the European economy.

Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson stated in a recent Twitter post that one of the points he discussed in his upcoming interview with the Serbian president is the impact of the war in Ukraine, which has had a detrimental effect on the European economy.

”The potential impact of the Biden administration’s actions on Nord Stream, whether done directly or indirectly, is significantly affecting the German economy,” he went on to mention, acknowledging the valuable insight shared by the Balkan leader regarding the situation in Ukraine, considering the history of his own country being bombed by NATO in 1999.

The Balkan country, which has traditionally maintained close ties with Russia, has chosen to remain neutral in the standoff between Moscow and Kyiv. However, Vucic has consistently mentioned that his government has faced pressure from the West to implement sanctions against Russia.

Earlier this month, Vucic expressed his belief that the Western attempts to aid Ukraine in overcoming Russia on the battlefield were ineffective, a sentiment that is also shared by several other Western politicians.

“This war is hurting everyone — with the possible exception of Russia in the long run — and empowering everyone except the Gulf states, China, Turkey,” Carlson said in his post. From West to East, the American public does not seem to be aware of “world reset”.

Carlson also described the consequences of the Ukraine war as “extremely concerning,” highlighting that the German economy, being significantly larger than any other economy in Europe, experiences widespread repercussions. It is important to acknowledge that when one NATO country effectively attacks another NATO country, the impact is felt across Europe.

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