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    Aristide
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    Post  Aristide on Wed Jun 20, 2018 4:51 pm

    KomissarBojanchev wrote:
    Aristide wrote:I would not have a problem with EU- Russia Trade back to normal.

    We buy russian gas and oil and russia buys our products. Thats a good thing.

    btw what russian food is tasty for a french?

    Salad Vinaigrette? Jellied meat? Okroshka? Baked pikeperch? Idk you guys eat boiled cow's head and dont use many spices so Russian food would be agreeable to french.

    boiled cow head? I know nobody who eats such stuff. Thats something some strange people in remote villages eat. Wink
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    Post  George1 on Tue Oct 16, 2018 9:53 pm

    Russia will quit Council of Europe if opponents insist on its expulsion, says Lavrov

    The diplomat recalled Russia once joined the Council being convinced that "it is geared to ensure a common European universal legal and humanitarian space", while later the space was undermined

    MOSCOW, October 16. /TASS/. Russian will quit the Council of Europe voluntarily if its opponents in the association insist on its expulsion, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Tuesday.

    "I don’t think presence in the Council of Europe is more important for Russia than it is for European countries. It is my firm position. We joined the Council of Europe being convinced that it is geared to ensure a common European universal legal and humanitarian space," he said in an interview with the EuroNews television channel.

    "Those who have undermined this space through illegitimate actions that violate the Charter and striped the Russian delegation of equal rights with other delegations are aware of what they are doing. I am sure of that. If they want to expel Russia from the Council of Europe, we will not give them such a pleasure. We will quit it voluntarily," he stressed.

    According to the Russian top diplomat, Council of Europe officials who will be elected with Russia’s say will be illegitimate for Moscow. "The Council of Europe will elect its new Secretary General next June. If we are denied participation in the elections of these officials, a right we enjoy under the Council of Europe’s Charter, they [officials] will be illegitimate for us," he said. "So, I hope very much that all of our partners, first of all those who have caused this whole mess, who seek to punish people’s representatives for Crimea’s free expression of will, I hope they will ultimately see the gravity of the situation and understand the responsibility they are undertaking."

    Apart from that, in his words, the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe must reiterate that all delegations to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) enjoy equal rights. "We will insist that the Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers pass a resolution reiterating the irrevocability of this charter provision. If such a resolution is blocked, it will be seen as a step deliberately taken by those who are, blinded by anti-Russia passions, are seeking to simply bury the Council of Europe," he said.
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    Post  GarryB on Wed Oct 17, 2018 9:05 am

    If they have no say, no voting rights... what is the point of paying membership fees?

    Screw them.
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    Post  miketheterrible on Mon Dec 17, 2018 5:28 pm

    https://www.stalkerzone.org/an-attempt-to-influence-domestic-politics-the-eu-is-ready-to-allocate-almost-e6-million-for-projects-that-will-develop-democracy-in-russia/

    Seems the EU has no shame promoting "democracy" in Russia by telling how much it will spend.

    I figure Russia could get a decent amount of defense money by confiscating those funds from the people who obtain it.
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    Russia-EU relationship - Page 3 Empty Seems the EU has no shame promoting "democracy" in Russia by telling how much it will spend.

    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Mon Mar 11, 2019 11:13 pm

    miketheterrible wrote:
    Seems the EU has no shame promoting "democracy" in Russia by telling how much it will spend.

    Imagine Lavrov : Russia will finance Yellow Wests movement to promote democracy and building civil society in France lol1 lol1 lol1 lol1 lol1
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    Post  kvs on Fri Mar 15, 2019 4:19 am



    What a collection of retarded chimps.

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    Post  kvs on Sun Mar 22, 2020 2:48 pm



    Russia has banned the European Foundation for Democracy. A colour revolution "soft power" tool of NATzO which helped destabilize
    the middle east, Ukraine and is actively subverting Belorus.

    The EU is the same POS enemy as the USA and uses the same dirty tricks.

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    Post  Rodion_Romanovic on Sun Mar 22, 2020 5:35 pm

    kvs wrote:

    Russia has banned the European Foundation for Democracy.   A colour revolution "soft power" tool of NATzO which helped destabilize
    the middle east, Ukraine and is actively subverting Belorus.

    The EU is the same POS enemy as the USA and uses the same dirty tricks.

    very good news
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    Post  kvs on Thu Apr 02, 2020 6:41 am



    The EU has condemned the restriction on foreign ownership of property in Crimea.   It claims this is a violation of
    some "humanitarian" law.    One never heard about such "laws" back in the 1980s and before.   These self-asserted
    NATzO "laws" are pretexts to bomb and regime change countries (e.g. Serbia in 1999).   NATzO (its EU minions in this case)
    are deciding who is good and who is bad.   That is an actual violation of international law and is closely related to
    war crimes.

    These EU-tard clowns are really stretching to condemn the restriction of foreign ownership of land in Crimea.   They
    could care less about the 1991 annexation of Crimea by Ukraine.   They could care less about the rights of the indigenous
    people of Crimea.   That does not include assorted carpet-baggers who moved in after 1991 and ripped off real estate
    through corrupt deals.   The EU, once again, is acting to protect the crooks.   Obviously the new law on land ownership
    does not affect any Crimean.   In case nobody noticed, there was no flood of refugees out of Crimea after 2014 so
    the people (including Ukrainians, Tatars and other minorities) who were living there at the time will not be affected by
    the law.   The only victims will be

    1) Non-Crimeans of the far foreign variety (i.e. non-Ukrainians)

    2) Non-Crimeans of the near foreign variety, which includes Ukrainian oligarchs and citizens of Ukraine who were
    not residents of Crimea.

    So, cry me a river, EU.   Your phony "humanitarian law" is an outright support for Crimean land grabs by non-Crimeans.
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    Post  Hole on Thu Apr 02, 2020 5:46 pm

    25.000 dead from Corona but they got time for this shit. Mad

    Funniest thing is that they really think someone would care what they say. Laughing
    GarryB
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    Russia-EU relationship - Page 3 Empty The EU has condemned the restriction on foreign ownership of property in Crimea.

    Post  GarryB on Fri Apr 03, 2020 5:08 am

    The EU can tell the Crimea what laws they can have when the EU let the Crimea tell the EU what laws they can have.... ie never.

    Besides... Crimea is Russia and the EU has no say in Russia just like Russia has no say in who joins the EU or HATO...
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    Russia-EU relationship - Page 3 Empty The EU is offering safe haven to another rabid crook from the ex-USSR.

    Post  kvs on Mon Apr 06, 2020 7:08 pm



    The EU is offering safe haven to another rabid crook from the ex-USSR. They are even painting this maggot as
    "rights fighter" and assorted other "humanitarian" whitewash.

    The EU needs to be punished for such behaviour. That means sanctions. Russia should stop trying to engage
    EU-tards, they will stab it in the back. Instead, put the heel on their neck and push hard.


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