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    Russia-EU relationship

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    Post  PapaDragon Tue Jul 27, 2021 10:46 pm

    Kiko wrote:EU challenges Russia at WTO over import substitution policy, by Daria Petlaeva for France Sputniknews. 27.07.2021.
    ...............
    A significant loss of earnings

    Thus, for European companies, the loss of earnings in Russian public tenders is significant: in 2019, the value of those published by Russian state-owned enterprises amounted to about 290 billion euros, equivalent to 21% of Russia's GDP, the EU document states.
    .................

    Yes, you retards, that was the whole idea behind it, geeez....

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    Post  GarryB Wed Jul 28, 2021 12:51 pm

    They imposed multiple rounds of sanctions with the express purpose of economically damaging Russia and now they bleat about contracts they are missing out on for government contracts in Russia...


    Maybe the EU should stop being Washingtons little bitch and man up and make their own decisions and form better relations with Russia based on mutual respect instead of this bullshit teacher student relationship they seem to think exists.

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    Post  kvs Wed Jul 28, 2021 4:25 pm

    Note the anti-Russian propaganda tone in the supposedly Russian information outfit called Sputnik. "Moscow claims". There
    is no claim there is the objective fact of EU sanctions against Russia. Sanctions take the trade outside the WTO and thus
    no Moscow and no claim is involved.

    The WTO is just like WADA, the IOC and the rest of NATzO dominated clown outfits. If the EU gets the WTO to engage in Orwellian
    newthink about Russian "wrong doing", then Russia needs to give the WTO the middle finger. Free trade is an imperialist concept.
    It only works for countries that can squeeze out competition from local companies in countries around the world and are themselves
    not subject to substantial foreign corporate penetration. This works for the USA and the EU. Russia has no such transnational goon
    squad and thus only opens itself up to imperial gang rape as it did under comprador Yeltsin during the 1990s.

    The WTO is a joke anyway, because in every case where NATzO feels Russia is giving it "existential threat" competition, such as
    with the MS-21, it engages in brazen economic sabotage. How was the severing of the material used to construct the MS-21
    wings from composites justifiable under the WTO? This is just one example of forced import substitution. But the perps doing
    the sabotage are crying to their front organization the WTO about "rules".



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    Post  GarryB Thu Jul 29, 2021 7:25 am

    This should be a good test of the WTO...
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    Russia-EU relationship - Page 7 Empty The EU parliament has declared that the upcoming Duma elections are illegitimate and will not recognize their results.

    Post  kvs Today at 4:08 pm



    The EU parliament has declared that the upcoming Duma elections are illegitimate and will not recognize their results.

    This is basically a species of an act of war. Proof by assertion, a priori.

    Gazprom should make sure that no extra gas is supplied to these scumbags. Let them pay $1000 for LNG at the going
    far east price.

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    Post  PapaDragon Today at 5:30 pm

    kvs wrote:...
    The EU parliament has declared that the upcoming Duma elections are illegitimate and will not recognize their results....

    And not a single f*ck will be given by anyone with any fucks to give

    Why are you even wasting time on this?

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    Post  miketheterrible Today at 8:20 pm

    It's best Russia turns around and dictates that the EU parliament isn't a governing body as it didn't have elections and thus isnt legitimate.

    The dogs in EU would cry

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    Post  flamming_python Today at 9:09 pm

    Actually their language has been very extreme in that resolution

    It's not about just the fact of them not recognizing the Duma results

    They are de-facto calling for a full revolution in Russia or the sponsorship of a Syria-style rebellion

    Russia has no choice but to react to such belligerent threats, and with more than just some strongly-worded statements.

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    Post  miketheterrible Today at 9:48 pm

    flamming_python wrote:Actually their language has been very extreme in that resolution

    It's not about just the fact of them not recognizing the Duma results

    They are de-facto calling for a full revolution in Russia or the sponsorship of a Syria-style rebellion

    Russia has no choice but to react to such belligerent threats, and with more than just some strongly-worded statements.

    They been doing this shit for last couple of years. I believe they also said last elections were a fraud and they didn't recognize it. It's the chimpanzees from Baltics and Pooland who push these shitty resolutions.

    I agree though, Russia should make it clear they will never cooperate with EU parliament as they should not be recognized as a governing body. No one elected these fools. They are appointed.

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