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Old 07-16-2021, 07:32 PM   #902
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https://www.novamakedonija.com.mk/sv...-sowB1LoV4bX4g

12 July 21 – (Translation) The Free Trade Agreement between Serbia and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) entered into force on Saturday, providing for duty-free import and export of products from Serbia to Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan. But the reaction came immediately from Brussels, through EU foreign policy and security spokesman Peter Stano, who said that Serbia would have to terminate the agreement with the Eurasian Union before it was ready to join the Union.
The EAEU obviously isn’t as lucrative, but nor does it appear as restrictive. The EU, on the other hand, would like to force its T&Cs on aspiring members, in all spheres, well before there is any chance of them joining the harem. Meanwhile, its richest country can comfortably disregard criticism from other members as it pursues an independent energy policy. The hypocrisy of it all. Do as der Führer says, not as he does.
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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...am-and-germany

16 June 21 - EU’s efforts to stand up to Russia have been hampered by the German government’s determination to complete a new gas connector across the Baltic Sea. The German government has insisted that Nord Stream 2 is critical for the country’s energy supplies and is separate from the political relationship with the Kremlin. It nevertheless prompted sanctions from the U.S. and created tensions with Washington. EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell bristled when the pipeline issue was raised at the presentation of the report. “Nord Stream 2 was not launched by the European Union,” he told reporters. “Nord Stream 2 is not a European Union project. It is not being funded by the European Union. It is a German project.”
Deutschland über alles.
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