Ukrainian ambassador: EU long believed Russia was developing democratically

The European Union has for many years believed that Russia was developing democratically, and even the Georgian war did not serve as a wakeup call, Ukrainian Ambassador to Lithuania Valery Zhovtenko says.
Valery Zhovtenko
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