The attitude of the Czechs towards Ukraine is an interesting one and an inconsistent one. Back in the 2014-2016 when the conflict in the Donbas was the hottest, the Czechs made weapons deliveries to Ukraine, enacted sanctions against Russia with the rest of the EU. and provided treatment to wounded Ukrainian soldiers. But when it comes to heat in their homes, the interests of Ukraine are successfully ignored.
A gas pipeline, the “Capacity4Gas” was turned online in the Czech Republic. The pipeline connects to the EUGAL, which is the terrestrial extension of the Nord Stream 2. Works on the remaining sea based pipeline, in Danish territorial waters should start on 15 January this year, and should the pipeline should be completed within two months.
The US government in a frantic effort to save the gas transit revenue for its puppet, Ukraine, enacted further sanctions but I am not certain this will work. The Nord Stream 2 was already sanctioned to the max…
Now, don’t you find it ridiculous that lawmakers across the pond can legislate against infrastructure projects here in Europe? For this reason, it is imperative that Germany and Russia resist any American pressure. As for America’s puppets, the weak little wretched countries of the Baltics and Ukraine, they need to be cut off from any potential revenue from Russia. And this is the policy of the Kremlin. These obstacles between Mittleuropa and Greater Russia will be bypassed with new infrastructures.
My recommendation to them is: “Topple your sellout governments, skewer the rich, and burn the US embassy!”
What the author of these words, Imran Ahmed, does not quite realise is that the Ukrainian segment of Facebook is moderated by people rather sympathetic to the Azov battalion and other neo-nazi groups in Ukraine. Pro-Russian activists get regularly blocked on that website for no reason by these people. Azov and other nazis are under control of the Ministry of Interior, and those are allies of the United Kingdom. This is a spillover from British foreign policy. Perhaps Imran Ahmed should send his report to the Foreign Office.
Back in January, the head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar Nation, (a self-appointed organisation that claims to represent the Crimean Tatar people and is banned in the Russian Federation for anti-Russian activity) Refat Chubarov claimed back in January they will attempt to break into Crimea through the force of numbers.
Chubarov said the avantgard of the march of the Tatars will be formed by “members of the Mejlis, parliamentarians and Western partners.”
And if Russia fails to build the pipeline, it will be a shameful display. Russia will show herself as technologically incompetent, vulnerable to US sanctions, and open to abuse by provincial parasites like Ukraine.
That’s all from me, watch Kobolev of Naftogaz boasting at the Atlantic Council. Russia needs to prove these people wrong…
The member of parliament from the “Servant of the People” [party], Oleksandr Dubinsky said that the office of the president, Volodymyr Zelensky is looking at closing the access to Telegram. Dubinsky wrote this on his Telegram on 3 February.
Just 30 minutes ago, I have read about the plans of the office of the president to discredit Telegram and (what a novelty) to accuse all Telegram users of working for the Kremlin… Fairytale fools. Now they must ban Telegram, only to make its audience grown ever larger.