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A rally against government policy over Ukraine was held in Rome

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Among the demands of the protesters was the withdrawal of Italy from NATO and the lifting of sanctions against the Russian Federation.
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In the center of Rome, a rally was held against the policy of the Italian government against the backdrop of the Ukrainian crisis, among the demands of the protesters was the withdrawal of Italy from NATO and the lifting of sanctions against Russia. This is reported by RIA Novosti, referring to its correspondent.

In total, several hundred people took part in the rally, they were joined by activists from a number of political organizations, among them the Communist Party, the Alternative parliamentary faction and the United Italy political organization. Representatives of the parties spoke at the Square of the Holy Apostles, on which the Prime Minister of Italy was depicted with the signature “[Председатель Совета министров Италии Марио] Draghi endangers the Italian people.”

United Italy spokesman Amedeo Avondet said that among the demands of the protesters was Italy’s withdrawal from NATO and the lifting of anti-Russian sanctions, RIA Novosti journalist reports. “In Italy, 5.6 million people live in absolute poverty, 10% are on the verge of starvation. But [председатель Совета министров Италии Марио] Draghi is not interested in all this: he does not represent the interests of the Italian people, he is a puppet in the hands of NATO, ”said Avondet.

He is sure that Italy needs to restore friendly relations with the Russian Federation in order to conclude an agreement on the supply of Russian gas and oil on favorable terms. He believes that the funds that the Italian authorities direct to send weapons to Kyiv should be used to raise pensions to the level of inflation and reduce taxes for businessmen and the population.

The West actively supports the Armed Forces of Ukraine against the backdrop of a special operation by the Russian Federation. However, over time, the allies began to tire of Kyiv’s demands. In addition, the EU countries are afraid of worsening relations with Russia. On June 17, French President Emmanuel Macron said that Western countries had agreed among themselves not to supply Ukraine with certain types of weapons, including attack aircraft and tanks.

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In the center of Rome, a rally was held against the policy of the Italian government against the backdrop of the Ukrainian crisis, among the demands of the protesters was the withdrawal of Italy from NATO and the lifting of sanctions against Russia. This is reported by RIA Novosti, referring to its correspondent. In total, several hundred people took part in the rally, they were joined by activists from a number of political organizations, among them the Communist Party, the Alternative parliamentary faction and the United Italy political organization. Representatives of the parties spoke at the Square of the Holy Apostles, on which the Prime Minister of Italy was depicted with the signature “[Председатель Совета министров Италии Марио] Draghi endangers the Italian people.” United Italy spokesman Amedeo Avondet said that among the demands of the protesters was Italy’s withdrawal from NATO and the lifting of anti-Russian sanctions, RIA Novosti journalist reports. “In Italy, 5.6 million people live in absolute poverty, 10% are on the verge of starvation. But [председатель Совета министров Италии Марио] Draghi is not interested in all this: he does not represent the interests of the Italian people, he is a puppet in the hands of NATO, ”said Avondet. He is sure that Italy needs to restore friendly relations with the Russian Federation in order to conclude an agreement on the supply of Russian gas and oil on favorable terms. He believes that the funds that the Italian authorities direct to send weapons to Kyiv should be used to raise pensions to the level of inflation and reduce taxes for businessmen and the population. The West actively supports the Armed Forces of Ukraine against the backdrop of a special operation by the Russian Federation. However, over time, the allies began to tire of Kyiv’s demands. In addition, the EU countries are afraid of worsening relations with Russia. On June 17, French President Emmanuel Macron said that Western countries had agreed among themselves not to supply Ukraine with certain types of weapons, including attack aircraft and tanks.

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