Europe is Tired of Ukraine, Italian PM Tells Russian Pranksters Disguised as AU Commission Chairman
"I see that there is a lot of fatigue, if I have to tell the truth, from all sides. We are close to the moment where everyone recognizes that we need a way out. Yes, the problem is to find a way that is acceptable to both sides without violating international law," Meloni stated in the recording.
"The situation is very difficult for us to manage. Since the beginning of the year more than 120 thousand people have arrived, mostly from Tunisia. [...] Europe for a long time thought that it could solve the problem by leaving Italy alone with it. They do not understand that this is impossible, since the scale of this phenomena affects everyone, in my opinion, not only the European Union, but also the UN. Sadly, the problem is that the rest do not care. They did not answer the phone when I called them. And they all agree that Italy should solve this problem alone. This is a very stupid way of thinking," the Italian PM stated.