Facepalm 2.0Estonia’s strongly pro-Ukrainian prime minister is under increasing pressure to resign, after Estonian media revealed her husband’s role in a company that indirectly did business in Russia after the full-scale invasion of Ukraine last year.apnews.com
She has a better rating on the international arena.Facepalm 1.0
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The "teargas components" were empty cans that Russia used how they wanted.What "liberal" things she do, other than defending her husband that supplied teargas components to Russian OMON? Closed border for anyone who wants to leave Russia for good with his own car?
Estonia can do what ever it wants, but there is nothing "liberal" in what currently happening. At best, its another case of hypocrisy that fueling anti-western rhetorics in RF. At worst, its death sentence for some poor soul that our fascist regime will send in Ukrainian bloodbath.Estonia can close its border due to security risks, and it's not just Estonia that closed their borders.
Bad wording on my end, materials for Russian company that supplying OMON with teargas. Its not like he supplied some empty cans for Russia, it was empty cans for facility in Russia know as teargas factory.The "teargas components" were empty cans that Russia used how they wanted.
This Kim?Even fatboyKim isn't pro Russian.
N.Korea is criminal organisation, not state. If tomorrow US suggest something to N.K, fatboyKim will sell RF in the blink of an eye.Sounds pretty pro-Russian to me.
For real? And electorate for them? Like , I believe, there and here are some hardcore lefties, who believe in WWRevolution. But someone who wants RF to anexx its country? Doubtful. Those fools feeding worms in Eastern Ukraine, mostly.It is also possible to be both. There are absolutely politicians in Slovakia who wished the 1967 invasion kept going and never stopped.
Its called trade. Ukraine selling its titanium to RF or using Russian gas. Does it mean that Ukraine government is proRussian? Nope.Right now, Kim Jong Un supports Russia.
North Koreans probably don't know enough honest information to have much of an actual opinion. Iranians younger than 45 are heavily pro-western. Iranians older than 45 that don't have big bushy beards are also broadly pro-western. I'm not even sure the Mullahs are genuinely "Pro-Russia" (there is genealogical bad blood between the countries), more like pro-anyone-who-helps-us-keep-this-tenuous-grip-on-power.North Korea and Iran are staunchly pro-Russia. However, it is likely their populace is largely indifferent or anti-Russia.
1) Their word is meaningless. The Russian Federation will not honour any peaceful agreement.Why the hell not seek a political settlement with Moscow?