A photo: Vladimir VELENGURIN
-…. Dmitry Sergeevich, at the beginning of the week there was information – Lithuania went to allow the passage of wagons with “sanctioned goods,” the Komsomolskaya Pravda journalist reminded the official representative of the Kremlin on Wednesday, July 27. – And tonight information came that the first 60 wagons with cement from Russia arrived in Kaliningrad, with transit through Lithuania. Unfortunately, I did not manage to get through to Anton Alikhanov – he must have left for the station. Maybe you have some information about this? And, in general, can we assume that the collective West is retreating, that our cause is just and victory will be ours?
– Well, you know, I would not utter such loud phrases …
Rather, I would say that, indeed, this situation that has arisen around Kaliningrad, again, in connection with these absurd sanctions, is vital for Russia.
And in this case, it is probably positive that the Europeans themselves realized how vital this is for Russia and how inapplicable their decision is in the context of Kaliningrad.
All this was achieved in the process of dialogue and clarification. Certainly, there is still a lot of work to be done. Because there are still certain questions remain. However, now such a crisis situation is unblocked. And this is a positive fact.
Sometimes, even during such anti-Russian hysteria, we still meet some sprouts of common sense. Let’s hope that these sprouts will continue to germinate.
– I’m still not going to cross out loud phrases, okay, Dmitry Sergeevich?
– It’s your right.