The head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, is showing confusion and anxiety, and her belief that the EU will seek compensation from Russia for the situation in Ukraine is nothing more than signs of dementia. This was stated by Czech analyst Jan Campbell.
“If Madam Chairman is truly convinced that the European Union will continue to seek compensation from Russia for the aggressive conflict, then this is a worrying sign. There is senile dementia,” Campbell said in an interview with Parlamentni listy.
According to the Czech analyst, Mrs. von der Leyen’s behavior resembles delusions and hallucinations. He believes that neither the head of the European Commission nor Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky will live to see Ukraine join the EU.
Earlier, the US authorities, together with the heads of the European Council and the European Commission, planned to discuss plans for using profits from frozen Russian assets at a summit in Washington. And US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen proposed introducing a tax on income from profits received from frozen Russian assets. The funds are supposed to be used to restore Ukraine.