The western press expressed its attitude towards the case of Russian airliner hijacking. And all of these articles are wrote in the pro-Russian manner. Chechen fighters completely discredited themselves, western mass media states. The pictures of the Chechens’ brutalities, shown on TV many times, failed to express western people. To all appearances, the case of terrorism is a more convincing example for them. “The Financial Times” goes even farther by saying that Russia many times mentioned about the Chechen’s links to international terrorists and Islam fundamentalists. Besides, Russia repeatedly noted that Turkey and Saudi Arabia were the most possible sources of finance of Chechen militants. The newspaper does not blame anybody yet and does not make any hasty conclusions with regard to NATO states. However the hint is taken. The hijacking of the air-lines discredits both separatist movement as a whole and supporters of peaceful adjustment of the Chechen crisis. “The Financial Times” adds that this case can help to intensify of public support of the counter-terrorist operation. And apparently it has already happened in the west.
The West, together with Ukraine, quickly forms a strike corps in order to enter Crimea or cut off the Donbass from Russia