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Angela Merkel-EU sanction policy leads to Belarus-Poland border crisis

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Angela Merkel-EU sanction policy leads to Belarus-Poland border crisis
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Putin is directing Belarus in ‘staged’ migrant crisis on border, Polish PM claims

Putin is directing Belarus in ‘staged’ migrant crisis on border, Polish PM claims

Moscow is behind the ongoing migrant crisis on the Belarusian border, Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki has asserted, claiming that the Minsk authorities are merely tools of Russia’s alleged “neo-imperial” policy. The Polish prime minister pointed the finger at Russia during an extraordinary session of the country’s parliament, convened to assess the ongoing crisis on Tuesday.

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Vera Gottlieb
Vera Gottlieb
November 11, 2021

Sanctions are hurting people all over the world.

David Bowlas
David Bowlas
November 11, 2021

She really is a trouble maker. Be glad when we are rid once and for all and her face is out of the media.

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
November 11, 2021

The German business community convinced + pushed Merkel to approach Putin for NS2, she didn’t come up herself with that kind of sane economic proposal and as we see with the energy situation in Europe at the moment the German business community was right but parts of the German Politclown Establishment + EU-Junta and their Apparatschiks still try to sabotage hinder block delay NS2 even if it would defuse partly the energy problems for Europe.

Beatus
Beatus
November 12, 2021

I’m surprised that an Iraqi refugee in Belarus would say to a reporter, “I want to go to Germany. It is good there”. What if a homeless person says, “I want to use the spare bedroom of Beatus”? What do I do with that guest who has invited himself into my home and I have nothing to say about that? Who told him to do that? Rather than poor Putin (who is instantly blamed for everything), I suspect some Western operatives. They’re perhaps Soros leftovers, human rights activists, destabilisers from NED/CIA or perfidious Anglo-Saxons. In this way they can stir… Read more »

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