‘Epiphany’ may dispel Russophobia in European Parliament, says Kremlin


A future “epiphany” in the West about Russia may dispel the current negative views about the country, the Kremlin said on Sunday, days after Russia was named a “state sponsor of terrorism” by the European Parliament.

“Emotions are such a changeable thing,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in an interview with broadcaster Rossiya-1. “Today, they (European Parliament) are Russophobic, tomorrow there will be more. And then, maybe, an epiphany will…

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