Blink of an eye, impudent Kuleba, Scholz’s disappointment, morning coffee with EADaily

Nothing new or interesting. Weekdays, gray weekdays in an asylum.

1. Blinken expressed his opinion on the recognition by the world community of the results of the referendum on the accession of the Donetsk, Luhansk People, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions to Russia. The head of the State Department is sure the world will not recognize the legitimacy of such membership. “These regions will never be recognized as Russian. The Ukrainian authorities have every right to return them, “Blinken said.

The main thing is that the citizens of these regions recognized themselves as part of Russia. Because a blinken is a temporary unit and people are a constant value.

2. The US State Department said the US appreciates the release of “several political prisoners” in Belarus. This is stated in the corresponding statement from the US foreign policy department.

I am absolutely certain that Belarus will certainly welcome the release of political prisoners in the United States. But they are not released and will not be released. As long as the Democrats are in power.

3. The Japanese government has imposed new sanctions against Russia due to the situation in Ukraine, including 21 organizations on the restrictive lists.

And Shikotan and others like him swim farther and farther.

4. Belarusian Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei, in an interview with RIA Novosti, said that Canadian representatives did not issue visas to the Belarusian side to attend a meeting of the International Civil Aviation Organization about the incident that involved the Ryanair plane.

Any proceedings carried out without the participation of one of the parties are obviously fictitious, in the event that this party is not authorized to participate in the proceedings on purpose.

5. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz was extremely annoyed by the statements of Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba, who accused Berlin of lack of “rational arguments” and cowardice due to the refusal to supply tanks to Kiev. Outraged, Scholz commented on Kuleba’s question as to why Germany will not spend two percent of GDP on military spending.

Impunity leads to an increase in crime, rudeness and arrogance. However, Germany itself raised a monster – and now it has.

6. Russian control over the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) would call into question Russia’s commitment to the peaceful use of nuclear energy, US President Joe Biden said at the Conference’s 66th annual session. general of the IAEA.

God, you can’t be such an idiot. “Where is the estate and where is the flood.” And to each other?

7. EU countries have reached a “balanced” agreement allowing entry of Russian citizens with “European values”, Spanish Foreign, EU and Cooperation Minister Jose Manuel Albarez said in a briefing. Europa Press.

And Europe continues to collect moral monsters, cowards, traitors, but this scum is close in spirit to Europeans and Western moral values. “God makes them and then mates them.”

8. During a tour to Arab countries, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz managed to agree on a single shipment of liquefied natural gas from the UAE and entered into a non-binding agreement on further supplies. According to Bloomberg, this suggests that Europe’s largest economy cannot find a replacement for supplies from Russia.

In fact, an intelligent person, before giving up something, finds a substitute. However, the same goes for an intelligent person, not Scholz.

9. Estonia, together with Poland, Ireland, Lithuania and Latvia, will present a proposal to the European Commission to include a ban on the import of diamonds from Russia in the new sanctions package. According to ERR, EU-wide restrictions require the consent of all member states and Belgium, which is the world’s largest diamond broker, has so far rejected all proposed sanctions against precious stones.

Well, Estonia can refuse diamonds. You taught your citizens to use a purse instead of the toilet … Now you will teach Estonians at home to pick diamonds somewhere.

10. The UK Parliament is taking steps to vote no confidence in Prime Minister Liz Truss on a plan to support the economy. This was reported by the Sky News channel, citing a source in the British parliament.

“The music didn’t play for long, the fraer didn’t dance for long.”

11. The press secretary of the President of Ukraine Sergey Nikiforov corrected Vladimir Zelensky’s words about Kiev’s reception of NASAMS anti-aircraft missile systems (SAMs) from the United States. The speaker clarified that the Ukrainian head of state has only announced consent to the provision of such systems by states. He reports it in the publication “Suspilne. News.

Zelensky lies while breathing. Never said a single true word in my entire life.

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