Russian President Vladimir Putin has a newspaper reportagainst the Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko threatened with the invasion of Poland, Romania and the Baltic states. “If I wanted to, could Russian troops in two days, not only in Kiev but also in Riga, Vilnius, Tallinn, Warsaw and Bucharest be,” Putin said in an interview with Poroshenko according to a pumas for women report in the “Süddeutsche Zeitung” on Thursday. The newspaper cited a conversation, make available summary of the EU External Action Service to a meeting on Friday.
At the meeting in Kiev Poroshenko have the EU Commission President José Manuel Barroso reported the threats, wrote the “Süddeutsche Zeitung”. Early September had been previously reported, Putin said in a telephone conversation with President Barroso: “If I wanted to, I could take Kiev within two weeks.”Barroso says EU summit in late August of the phone call. The Kremlin had subsequently criticized that Barroso had made the contents of a private telephone conversation public.
The “SZ” now reported, citing the interview summary further, Poroshenko have the alleged utterance Putin cited to show how emotionally react to the Russian head of state to the influence of the EU on countries bordering on Russia. Poroshenko had telephoned several times in recent weeks with Putin to negotiate the ceasefire now in force in the east of Ukraine and to womens puma running shoes obtain the approval of Putin to a twelve-point plan for resolving the conflict.
According to the “SZ” warned Putin in talks Poroshenko apparently against relying too heavily on the EU. He could exert influence and bring about a “blocking minority” in the European Council, which prevents negative decisions for Russia bilateral contacts, Putin told. Several countries such as Hungary, Bulgaria, Cyprus and Slovakia see the tightening of EU sanctions against Russia critical and could in future oppose further sanctions.
The European Commission wants to say anything about the alleged threats. “We do not operate diplomacy through the media and discuss any notes from confidential talks,” said a spokeswoman for EU Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso in Brussels on Thursday.