Former US President Donald Trump has drawn criticism after comparing his legal woes to the fate of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who recently died in prison. Trump's remarks came amidst mounting legal troubles, including a $355 million fine for financial fraud, which he likened to persecution akin to what Navalny faced.
The delicate balances in a rapidly changing world and a world order that is being tested by two devastating wars, while global leaders are holding their breath in view of the US elections, were the focus of the discussions that took place on February 12 and 13 at the 5th Forum for Southeast Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean, co-organized by Kathimerini English Edition, Delphi Economic Forum
As he pointed out, they must be ready if Putin decides to continue military activities in Ukraine as well as threats to other European countries.
In an interview with the Polish "Onet", Kwasniewski also talked about the possible withdrawal of America from NATO if Donald Trump won a new presidential mandate.