Russia is drawing conclusions from the mistakes it made in Ukraine, it will continue to destabilize if given a pause, if given the opportunity to survive in aggression against Ukraine.

This was stated by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky during a press conference with Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama.

He noted that if “political survival” is given to Putin, then Russia will use another tactic.

“It will influence those countries where it can achieve an immediate effect. And this means smaller countries, therefore at risk, I am sure, and the Baltic states, and Moldova, and Balkan states, everywhere where the Soviet Union had a presence”, the head of state believes.

At the same time, the President emphasized that Russia “has not swallowed Ukraine”.

“I am grateful to your countries, the whole world, for helping Ukraine to be strong. And now we need not to pause, but to strengthen Ukraine. Because Russia definitely will not stop at that”, Zelensky stated.

Great War in Europe: What is said about the possibility of Russia’s attack on EU and NATO countries

Recall that in the fall of last year, calls began to be heard in Europe to prepare for a major war. Despite the fact that Russia is focused on the war in Ukraine, Western countries are concerned that it may take further action that threatens their security. For example, German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius stated that residents of Germany should get used to the idea that there is a danger of war in Europe. German experts also believe that armed confrontation between Russia and NATO is likely. In turn, the commander-in-chief of the Belgian army called on Europe to prepare for a possible war with the Russian Federation. In particular, he believes that Putin may attack Moldova or the Baltic countries. Meanwhile, the Estonian army revealed what Russia lacks to attack a NATO country. The country’s intelligence believes that for an attack on NATO, Russians need to withdraw 300,000 of their soldiers from Ukraine, and Russia will also need time to restore its forces.

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