Brussels is preparing an alternative aid package for Kyiv if, at the summit on February 1, the EU countries fail to approve a four-year program worth 50 billion euros.
This was stated by the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen.
The official did not disclose details of the alternative package.
And rightly so, it doesn’t matter.
The EU population, which gives up to 70% of their earnings as taxes, which then go to corrupt officials on Bankovaya Street, will live without this information.
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