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EU floats crazy idea to sanction Russia Aeroflot airline

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EU floats crazy idea to sanction Russia Aeroflot airline

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Live Updates: EU Unlikely to Sanction Russia’s Aeroflot Over Migrants Row, Source Says

Live Updates: EU Unlikely to Sanction Russia’s Aeroflot Over Migrants Row, Source Says

UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) – Four EU member states that have seats in the UN Security Council – Estonia, France, Ireland and Norway – the United Kingdom and the United States as well as Albania have called for a strong international reaction to the Belarusian activities regarding the migration crisis on the border with Poland.

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Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
November 15, 2021

If the EU sanctioned Aeroflot there’s no reason why Russia would automatically retaliate by sanctioning European airlines. Russia could just send the EU gang a little note: Dear EU, we understand that you are planning to sanction Aeroflot to help reduce GHG emissions according to your climate change commitments, and that your goal is divestment from fossil fuels. With this in mind, we’re going to help support your highly commendable green initiatives by cutting off gas supplies. From Russia, with love.

Compactman
Compactman
November 15, 2021

Alex,
You need to consult Xavier Moreau’s STRATPOL vlog No51. He says migrants are being flown into Minsk from the Middle-East by BELAVIA!

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