Arrogant Rhetoric: European Council’s Tusk Attacks Russia in Hostile Speech

October 7, 2018

During a heated speech in Poland's Kraków, Tusk took Russia and its President Vladimir Putin to task, accusing the neighboring nation of working tirelessly to "weaken European unity" and "disintegrate Europe," cited by Politico.

The EC president also spoke in support of recent immigration spikes in Europe, claiming that the EU could handle the influx of refugees from North Africa and the Middle East due, in part, to a treaty between Ankara and The Hague mandating the assistance of Turkey as a migration buffer zone.

"One can cope with the [European immigration] problem without a mouthful of nationalistic slogans and this nauseating rhetoric," he arrogantly stated.

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