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Post by Zuper on Fri Apr 20, 2018 4:01 pm

German Industry Sounds Alarm That Rusal Sanctions Pain Is Coming

Germany is raising the first signs of alarm that U.S. sanctions against a major aluminum producer will hurt manufacturers outside of Russia.
Politicians need to take quick action to avoid an economic crisis, according to a report from Germany’s WirtschaftsVereinigung Metalle, a lobbying group for 655 metals companies. Under the sanctions against United Co. Rusal, some European plants could be forced to close and carmakers may face supply shortages, the group said.
“Re-jigging all of those trade flows is really really tough,” said Michael Widmer, head of metals markets research at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in London. “You’ve cut off the U.S. and Europe from its traditional supplier.”

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-04-19/german-industry-sounds-alarm-that-rusal-sanctions-pain-is-coming
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Post by Летећи Полип on Sun Apr 22, 2018 10:45 am

Prima ballerina Olga Smirnova and premier dancer Jacopo Tissi from Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre were set to perform at New York’s Lincoln Center.

The US authorities have denied visas to the Russian ballet dancers, according to Page Six news outlet. Despite the decision on visa refusal being mad on April 10, the dancers were only informed about it on April 18.

The Bolshoi Theatre’s press service has issued a statement that the artists were denied entry because the US authorities didn’t have time to arrange documents to issue the visas.



https://sputniknews.com/world/201804191063721806-russian-ballet-dancers/



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Post by Zuper on Sun Apr 22, 2018 1:05 pm

"I don’t understand it," Linda K. Morse, chair of Youth America Grand Prix — which is hosting the gala — told Page Six. "One interpretation is that it’s political. That’s my knee-jerk reaction, but I can’t figure out why — other than that they’re Russian. But it doesn’t make any sense." 

Rasizam anglo degenerika.
Sta ovime postizu osim sto jacaju mrznju prema njima u Rusiji i medju Rusima?!

Ali to nije nista novo za anglo svet.

Kako su ono Englezi na kraju Prvog svetskog rata zvali Poljake, bese "beli majmuni"?
Pazi, posledica incesta se oseca kao visa rasa. Pa to nema nigde ali posledica incesta su opasne i po mozak.

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Post by Zuper on Sun Apr 22, 2018 1:53 pm

Au, sta rade ti Rusi, udaraju na mocnu nato logistiku...


Nato-Partner vor massiven Transportproblemen


Die russische Chartergesellschaft für Antonow-Jumbos verlängert ihren Vertrag mit der Nato nicht. Bei den Grünen vermutet man, es könnte sich um eine Retourkutsche für die Russland-Sanktionen handeln.

Die Bundeswehr und die Streitkräfte anderer Nato-Staaten sehen sich vom nächsten Jahr an mit einer möglichen massiven Einschränkung ihrer Einsatzfähigkeit konfrontiert: Die nichtmilitärische Transport-Flugzeugflotte, die seit mehr als einem Jahrzehnt einen Großteil des schweren Geräts in Einsatzgebiete wie Afghanistan oder Mali transportiert, steht von Januar an offenbar nur noch stark eingeschränkt zur Verfügung, da die russische Firma, die einen großen Teil dieser Transportjumbos vom Typ Antonow AN-124 verchartert, den Transportvertrag mit der Nato nicht mehr verlängern will.

Die Nachricht wurde zuerst vom Logistik-Fachblatt „Deutsche Verkehrs-Zeitung“ verbreitet: Volga Dnepr beendet Nato-Flüge ab Leipzig“, lautete die Schlagzeile dazu. In den vergangenen Jahren hatte die Bundeswehr häufiger Kameras und Fernsehteams an den Fracht-Pier des Leipziger Flughafens eingeladen, wenn spektakuläre Bilder von außergewöhnlichen Transportfällen zu erwarten waren. Die Antonows, die ihre Bugnase samt Cockpit komplett nach oben wegklappen können, nahmen schwere Geschütze, Panzer, Transport- und Kampfhubschrauber in ihren Bauch auf und transportierten sie ins afghanische Masar-i-Sharif oder ins malische Gao. Die deutsche Luftwaffe verfügt nicht über strategische Transportflugzeuge, die solche Lasten bewegen könnten. Die mehr als vier Jahrzehnte alten Maschinen des Typs Transall sind zu klein dazu und auch das neue Transportflugzeug A400M, dessen Auslieferung mit fast einem Jahrzehnt Verspätung begonnen hat, ist für einige dieser „outsize cargoes“, also der Transportstücke in Übergröße, nicht geeignet.

http://www.faz.net/aktuell/politik/bundeswehr-und-nato-partner-vor-massiven-transportproblemen-15552145.html

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Post by Guest on Sun Apr 22, 2018 2:07 pm

Zuper wrote:
"I don’t understand it," Linda K. Morse, chair of Youth America Grand Prix — which is hosting the gala — told Page Six. "One interpretation is that it’s political. That’s my knee-jerk reaction, but I can’t figure out why — other than that they’re Russian. But it doesn’t make any sense." 

Rasizam anglo degenerika.
Sta ovime postizu osim sto jacaju mrznju prema njima u Rusiji i medju Rusima?!

Ali to nije nista novo za anglo svet.

Kako su ono Englezi na kraju Prvog svetskog rata zvali Poljake, bese "beli majmuni"?
Pazi, posledica incesta se oseca kao visa rasa. Pa to nema nigde ali posledica incesta su opasne i po mozak.


Da, rasizam je veliko zlo.
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Post by beatakeshi on Sun Apr 22, 2018 3:45 pm

Zuper wrote:
"I don’t understand it," Linda K. Morse, chair of Youth America Grand Prix — which is hosting the gala — told Page Six. "One interpretation is that it’s political. That’s my knee-jerk reaction, but I can’t figure out why — other than that they’re Russian. But it doesn’t make any sense." 

Rasizam anglo degenerika.
Sta ovime postizu osim sto jacaju mrznju prema njima u Rusiji i medju Rusima?!

Ali to nije nista novo za anglo svet.

Kako su ono Englezi na kraju Prvog svetskog rata zvali Poljake, bese "beli majmuni"?
Pazi, posledica incesta se oseca kao visa rasa. Pa to nema nigde ali posledica incesta su opasne i po mozak.
Šovinizam, a ne rasizam.
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Post by Летећи Полип on Sun Apr 22, 2018 6:01 pm

Imajući u vidu da gomila njih ne vidi Slovene kao (prave) belce, komotno se može govoriti i o rasizmu.


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Post by beatakeshi on Sun Apr 22, 2018 6:31 pm

Rasizam je pojam kojim se beskrajno žonglira, često na spektakularno glupe načine. Naravno i sam pojam rase je problematičan, no jezik je živa stvar, pa su eto i Sloveni valjda neka rasa.

U to ime:
"Izađite na terasu,
pozdravite srpsku rasu!"
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Post by Santino on Sun Apr 22, 2018 6:38 pm

nego sta nego rasizam. i romi su "bela rasa", jevreji takodje. relativan pojam sve u zavisnosti ko ga koristi, ali uvek isto smrdi.


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Post by паће on Sun Apr 22, 2018 9:09 pm

Santino wrote:nego sta nego rasizam. i romi su "bela rasa", jevreji takodje. relativan pojam sve u zavisnosti ko ga koristi, ali uvek isto smrdi.

А Арапи онда, где спадају?


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Post by Utvara on Sun Apr 22, 2018 9:40 pm

паће wrote:
Santino wrote:nego sta nego rasizam. i romi su "bela rasa", jevreji takodje. relativan pojam sve u zavisnosti ko ga koristi, ali uvek isto smrdi.

А Арапи онда, где спадају?

Sve je to wog.
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Post by паће on Sun Apr 22, 2018 9:42 pm

Аман, па зар и Јевреји? Тск тск...


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Post by Zuper on Sun Apr 22, 2018 10:10 pm

Europe in diplomatic push to ease Russia sanctions
Paris-led effort to convince Trump comes after US measures send metals prices soaring
https://www.ft.com/content/9b9bbd3c-44a5-11e8-93cf-67ac3a6482fd

A Europe-wide diplomatic push is under way to persuade the Trump administration to ease US sanctions targeting Russia, as fears mount that the restrictions are so severe they risk hitting manufacturing activity across the continent.
Paris, which is marshalling the efforts after sanctions on Russian metals companies caused aluminium prices to soar, is pushing allies including Berlin, London and Rome to make a joint representation in Washington.
The French-led initiative underscores the widening concern in Europe about the consequences that sanctions could have on key EU industries from cars to aerospace.
A French official warned that the sanctions, which have crippled Russian aluminium producer Rusal, would have a “direct and major impact on the provisioning of key products” and that a number of industrial plants in Europe were threatened with closure.
“They are not the kind which can be reopened overnight. So a solution is needed, and fast,” the official said. “Constructive engagement with the US is taking place.”
The push comes ahead of separate visits to Washington next week by both Angela Merkel, German chancellor, and President Emmanuel Macron of France. They are due to meet President Donald Trump as part of broader diplomatic efforts to soothe transatlantic relations, already strained by tension over planned US tariffs on steel and aluminium.
Unlike previous US sanctions against Russia, introduced in response to Moscow’s interference in Ukraine in 2014, the new penalties — contained in the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act — in effect bar Europeans from doing business with targeted companies and their oligarch owners.

Rusal is the world’s largest producer of aluminium outside China and most of its output is exported, leading prices to jump by as much as 30 per cent in the past fortnight. It is also a major supplier of alumina, the refined white powder used by smelters to make the metal, where prices have hit record levels this week.
From a giant Rusal alumina factory outside Limerick in Ireland, the company supplied the majority of Europe’s leading aluminium producers. The plant is now under threat.
Metal industry executives said that if they could not secure alumina supplies they would be forced to curtail production, a move that would quickly have a knock-on effect for large consumers of the metal such Airbus, BMW and Volkswagen.
German business leaders have also been raising their concerns with government officials, said people familiar with the matter, with a gathering held Thursday at the Berlin offices of the German committee on eastern European Economic Relations, an influential lobby group.
“This affects the whole production chain, all the way to car producers and the aerospace industry,” said one person briefed on the concerns raised at the talks.
A big German metal industry lobby, WVMetalle, warned this week that the sanctions would “result in significant shifts in the market in Germany which could extend through the whole supply chain”.
“There is a threat of supply bottlenecks in raw aluminium and aluminium oxide, and of price increases,” it said, demanding “a rapid political solution and exemptions for European importers”.
Ms Merkel’s spokesman said the German government, “at all working levels”, would “point out where the interests of German companies have been affected and make it clear where there are concerns and where we see undesirable consequences”.
French officials said the US’s commercial relationship with Europe would be a key topic when Mr Macron visited Washington and that he would address the US’s planned steel and aluminium tariffs during his visit with Mr Trump.
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Post by Mr. Moonlight on Sun Apr 22, 2018 11:25 pm

moroni seru, hromati su ključ cele priče, njih ima samo rusija, kakav kurac aluminijum


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Post by паће on Mon Apr 23, 2018 10:14 am

Mr. Moonlight wrote:moroni seru, hromati su ključ cele priče, njih ima samo rusija, kakav kurac aluminijum

Алуминијум (ам. алуминум) се лакше објашњава, свако је у руци држао нешто у фолији или лименку пива.


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Post by ficfiric on Mon Apr 23, 2018 10:15 am

Ruska lou kost kompanija razmatra uvođenje mesta za stajanje

Ruska niskobudžetna aviokompanija Pobeda razmatra uvođenje mesta za stajanje u svojim avionima, saopšteno je iz te kompanije.

Razmatramo uređenje putničke kabine koja bi povećala efiskasnost i uticalo na to da u prodaji bude što više jeftinih karata, kažu u Pobedi, čiju flotu trenutno čini 18 Boeinga 737-800, a do kraja 2019. godine u planu je povećanje broja aviona na 30.

Ovih je dana i Telegraf izvestio kako italijanska kompanija Aviointeriors takođe razmatra uvođenje mesta za stajanje tako što bi uz uobičajena sedišta montirala uspravne naslone s vodoravnim plitkim sedištem u visini bedara i dva držača za ruke. Sediti u takvom naslonjaču je nemoguće, na njega se može samo nalaktiti.

Proizvođač naslona za stajaća mesta u avionima tvrdi da će njihovi potencijalni kupci "unaprediti razmeštaj putnika" i ističe da su dvostruko lakši od klasičnih sedišta i da bi njihovom upotrebom avioni mogli da prevoze 20 odsto više putnika.

Eto, a u onom tekstu se zalili na stajanje u busu


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Post by Zuper on Mon Apr 23, 2018 2:14 pm

Vrlo zanimljivo:

U.S. MAY RELIEVE RUSAL SANCTIONS IF DERIPASKA DIVESTS CONTROL
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Post by Gargantua on Mon Apr 23, 2018 5:17 pm

Vladimir Putin is planning a roughly 10 trillion-ruble ($162 billion) increase in spending on health care, education and infrastructure, hoping to kick-start sputtering economic growth in his new presidential term, according to people familiar with the plans.

The Russian president is expected to formalize the six-year plan in a decree to be signed just after his May 7 inauguration, laying out plans for the “decisive breakthrough” in raising living standards that he called for in his annual state-of-the-nation speech in March, these people said, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss matters that aren’t yet public.

Some of the new spending will be offset with cuts in other areas -- the budget already calls for gradual reductions in military spending in the next few years after a boom during Putin’s current term -- and revenue increases, possibly including tax hikes, these people said. Among those under consideration is the imposition of a new 4 percent sales tax, though that hasn’t yet been approved. The plan’s overall price tag, as well as details on how it will be financed, aren’t likely to be spelled out in the initial announcement, however, these people said. It will be the biggest boost in government outlays since his last campaign in 2012.

Increasingly isolated by U.S. and European Union sanctions, Putin is searching for ways to get the economy back into high gear amid a slow recovery following the longest recession of his 18-year rule. While he’s called for steps to stimulate private business and investment, the bulk of what he’s expected to announce around the inauguration is likely to be state-driven, these people said.

The latest plan has been in the works for several months and the overall price tag of 10 trillion rubles was calculated in recent weeks and could still be adjusted. Some of the new funding could begin this year, but the largest increases are expected to come after 2020.

The initial plan called for boosting spending on long-neglected roads and other transport infrastructure by about a third, with increases for health and education, which have also been underfunded for years, by about 20 percent. That version of the plan would amount to about 2.3 percent of gross domestic product per year, adding to the roughly 9 percent Russia now spends on the three areas
. The final figures could differ from those somewhat, the people said.

How much of the latest increases would be offset by cuts in other spending and tax hikes isn’t yet clear, according to the people. The recent rise in oil prices could ease the financial pressure on the Kremlin, potentially pushing the budget into surplus this year.

Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

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Post by Zuper on Mon Apr 23, 2018 5:20 pm

Pametno ako je tacno.
Budzet ce im biti u suficitu sigurno ako se nafta bude kretala oko sadasnjih cena.

Ruska vojska je dosta modernizovana za svoje okruzenje, mogu da nalupaju sve osim Kineza.
Obnovili su strateske nuklearne snage da odvrate SAD i Kinu od moguceg napada na Rusiju.

To je dovoljno od vojske.
Iako je plan da se potrosi oko $300 milijardi na novo naoruzavanje u narednim godinama ali to je upola manje od onoga sto je planirano za 2012-2018.
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Post by Filipenko on Mon Apr 23, 2018 7:02 pm

30% vise na nesto gde se 80% novca pokrade i na zemlju velicine ruske znaci otprilike nista.

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Post by Zuper on Mon Apr 23, 2018 8:55 pm

Russia Inc Goes Into Profit as the Budget Breakeven Price for Oil Falls to $53

The government is earning more from taxes on oil exports than it expects to spend this year


Russia Inc is back in profit. Cost cutting and a crackdown on the wasteful spending caused by corruption has reduced the price of Urals blend oil needed for the federal budget to breakeven to $53, according to Renaissance Capital’s calculations. 
Oil hit $71 a barrel on Jan. 25 for the first time since 2014, supported by OPEC-led supply curbs, a record-breaking run of declines in U.S. crude inventories and a weaker dollar.
That means that currently the government is earning more from taxes on oil exports than it expects to spend this year. The official federal budget deficit for 2018 was penciled in at minus 3.2 percent GDP, but Russia’s government is more likely to run a surplus for the first time in almost three years – if the average oil price for this year comes in at over $53.
The budget’s breakeven price of oil has always been a good benchmark for where the Russian government is at. In the days of President Boris Yeltsin, the breakeven price of oil was just $14 but it ballooned as the oil prices rose continuously during the Putin-era to peak at $115 during the boom years.
Things started to go wrong in 2011 as the petro-driven growth model was exhausted and by 2013 growth fell to zero despite the fact that oil prices were still over $100 and the state was still pouring cash into projects.
Even back then, the government started paring back the spending and pushing efficiency as it became increasingly obvious that simply spending a lot of money was not going to produce more growth.
The process dramatically accelerated after oil prices collapsed at the end of 2014. The breakeven price of oil for the budget tumbled along with the cost of a barrel to first $98 in 2014, then $60 last year and is expected to be $53 this year, according to RenCap.

“We estimate that a breakeven oil price for the budget is now at around $56 Brent in 2018. The idea is that the ‘primary balance’ of the budget (i.e., balance before interest expenses) becomes zero at $40 since 2019; while the overall balance would be at around 0.8 percent of GDP (which equals interests costs). So the debt issuance is used only to finance the costs of servicing debt,” says Oleg Kouzmin, chief economist for Russia at RenCap.
The fall in the breakeven price of oil is one of the reasons why the Kremlin has been willing to cooperate with OPEC for the first time, as the resulting increase in oil prices from around $40 to over $50 has been enough to put Russia’s economy back into the black. Most of the other members of OPEC are not so lucky and still have breakeven prices for their budgets of $80 or more.

Budget details

Drilling into the details of the budget then budget revenues have been rising very slowly in between 2014 and 2017 from $259.5 billion to $263.1 billion, but have actually decreased as a share of GDP over this period from 18.3 percent of GDP to 16 percent.
At the same time expenditures have risen faster over the same period – partly due to heavy spending on defence – from $264.9 billion to $298.9 billion but shrank slightly as a share of GDP rose from 18.7 percent to 18.1 percent.
These differences mean that the Russian budget is running a deficit of between $35.8 billion and $53.7 billion for three years, which is what caused Ministry of Finance such a problem in 2016 as it had no means to cover the shortfall.
This year all that could change if oil prices stay high. Even the official modestly optimistic forecast scenario has revenues rising to over $272.1 billion which will bring the headline deficit down to 1.3 percent GDP – and that is assuming an average price of oil of about $44. As the chart shows, above $45 per barrel the Russian government starts earning some serious money from its oil exports.

Ending the addiction

Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov was looking almost smug at the Gaidar Forum in Moscow in January. He already had a big feather in his cap from reducing the federal budget deficit to 1.4 percent of GDP in 2017. 
Expenditures exceeded revenues by $23.3 billion in 2017, which was much better than Siluanov had been expecting at the start of the year. Back in December 2016 the Finance Minister was expecting a deficit of $29.9 billion, or 1.8 percent of GDP and the budget law had set the forecasted 2017 deficit even higher at - 2.5 percent GDP.

But now Siluanov has promised to turn Russia into a "second Norway." If the high oil prices hold, the Finance Ministry expects to raise an additional $53.7 billion from oil and gas revenues in 2018, as a result of 2018 may end up with a surplus of 2 percent instead of the deficit in the budget of 1.3 percent, Siluanov told the delegates at the Gaidar forum.
"Russia must turn into the second Norway, which does not feel any changes from the oil price fluctuations that took place the last few years, due to the fact that it pursued a balanced and conservative budget policy," Siluanov said.
The deficit is now already small enough that Siluanov can easily finance it from just tapping the domestic bond market (where a third of the investors are actually foreigners holding about $20 billion of Russian debt).
But maybe the most significant change the falling importance of oil money has brought has been the decoupling of the value of the ruble from the price of oil.
As the chart below shows the ruble used to move in lockstep with the price of oil, but following the fall in prices, and the associated devaluation, the relation has weakened. Now the government has returned to the “budget rule” which siphons off any excess revenues to the National Welfare Fund, the link has broken almost completely; surges in oil prices no longer automatically feed through to surges in budget spending.
“We have got stability now,” Siluanov said at the forum. “But we have to go beyond that. The growth and the fall of the deficit is welcome but what it brings is not just stability, but predictability. That is the point of the budget rule; its not there to accumulate reserves. Its there to increase the predictability of the economy for business and for investors.”

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Post by Zuper on Tue Apr 24, 2018 12:36 pm

Iran joins Russia-led free-trade zone

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has approved a draft interim agreement establishing free-trade zone between the Russia-led Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) and Iran.
The corresponding order was published on Tuesday on the website of the Russian government. The agreement provides for the formation of a free-trade zone for certain goods and is subject to ratification, as it contains rules different from those stipulated by the Russian law.
Talks between the two countries on a free-trade deal started three years ago but were repeatedly postponed. According to Russian Energy Minister Aleksandr Novak, who is also co-head of the Russian-Iranian Intergovernmental Commission, the agreement “will obviously trigger further development of our bilateral trade and expansion of investment cooperation.”



Last week, Moscow and Tehran extended their oil-for-goods deal, which was ratified in 2017 with the aim of eliminating the US dollar from bilateral trade. The deal prescribes that Russia initially purchase 100,000 barrels of oil a day from Iran and sells the country $45 billion worth of goods.
It is easier for Russia to sell Iranian oil because crude is pegged to the US dollar on international markets, and Tehran still faces US sanctions that make dollar trade difficult. Current Iranian oil supplies to Russia under the program amount to five million tons per year. The first delivery was made in November 2017, totaling one million tons.
The EEU, which is based on the Customs Union of Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus, was established in 2015. It was later joined by Armenia and Kyrgyzstan. In 2016, Vietnam officially became the first non-regional country to join the bloc. The union is designed to ensure the free movement of goods, services, capital and workers between member countries.
More than 40 countries and international organizations, including China, Indonesia and Israel, as well as some South American countries, have expressed interest in a free-trade deal with the EEU. The trade bloc has also held negotiations with South Korea, Egypt and India.

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Post by Zuper on Tue Apr 24, 2018 12:45 pm

Ovo je jako lose za SAD.
Od 1945 do 1990 su hteli i uspevali da sprece ovo. Izlazak Rusa u Persijski zaliv i to preko najvece zemlje regiona. Cak su i nekada Britanci, tokom 19. veka, kada su se "takmicli" sa Rusima u Aziji isto sukobljavali sa Rusima oko Persije.
Obaranje Mozadeha u Iranu 1953 na ulici(Operacija Ajaks) sto je izvela CIA je dobrim delom vezano za moguci uticaj Rusa u Iranu, Britanci su se vise bavili naftom...

Ovo nije dobro ni za EU jer je znacajno povecano trziste koje pokriva Rusija a oni nemaju pristup. Sam Iran je mnogoljudiniji od cele Istocne Evrope bez Ukrajine. Plus sto ima ogromne zalihe nafte i gasa...

Sada mi je jasno zasto se krenulo sa hemijskom picom od Sriplaja do Sirije...


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Re: Rusija i sve vezano za nju

Post by Filipenko on Tue Apr 24, 2018 12:47 pm

Uf, kad nagrnu muslidze na kockanje po Krimu...

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Re: Rusija i sve vezano za nju

Post by Zuper on Tue Apr 24, 2018 12:49 pm

Moguce su sada razne stvari...

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