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Some EU lawmakers demand more arms for Ukraine while others call for peace

Jerome Hughes
Press TV, Brussels

A majority of EU legislators have slated Russia's recent referenda in Ukraine, perceived nuclear threats and Moscow's partial mobilization of military reservists. Many even blame Russia for sabotaging its own gas pipelines under the Baltic Sea. Apparently, more war is warranted.

However, other EU lawmakers are calling for peace negotiations.

It's claimed sanctions against Russia are fuelling the cost of living emergency in the EU.

Some lawmakers say the current crises show Brussels is under Washington's thumb and suggest that problem could get worse.

Regarding the ongoing expansion of the NATO military alliance one lawmaker suggested during the debate, we need more diplomacy not more NATO.

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