Konrad Szymański is Poland’s minister for European affairs.
WARSAW — For anyone in the West who believed in the possibility of “normal” relations with Moscow, the poisoning of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny last month should have been a rude awakening.
The attack — using the nerve agent Novichok, a modus operandi for Russian secret services in recent years — is just the latest in a long string of hostile activity from the Kremlin, including wars, election meddling and targeted killings.
And yet, even now, some European countries are defending their choice to continue participation in the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project — …read more
Source:: European Voice