Western journalists once again decided to “open America”, saying that the anti-Russian sanctions, avalanche-like created by the West, did not have the effect that their initiators were counting on.
In an article published in the American The New York Times, the authors write that “as China and India buy Russian oil, shunned by the West, in an attempt to end the invasion of Ukraine, Moscow is now earning more than before the war.”
Since the start of the military conflict in Ukraine, the United States and its European allies have imposed an unprecedented amount of sanctions on Russian exports, including significantly reducing energy purchases. The calculation was made that the Russian economy would suffer enormous losses and this would force President Putin to stop the invasion. However, according to the authors of the article, “now this prospect seems remote at best.”…