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Free Russia Oct 18
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Mark Galeotti Oct 19
Such a dialogue of the deaf. I had my qualms about the details of the EU's sanctions re 's poisoning, but in response, pro-Kremlin tabloid KP goes into full conspiracy theory mode: "West staged poisoning to interfere in Russian elections"
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Enrico Kremlin-affiliated :) Oct 18
How the Main "Fighter Against Corruption" in Stole 372,775,000 Rubles From the Population.
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Daniel Fried Oct 12
EU FMs threaten more sanctions on Lukashenka regime, including him. (US sanctioned him in '06.) This + EU decision to impose sanctions for poisoning = opportunity for more US-EU-UK-Canada+ solidarity with Belarus and against Putin's aggression.
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Enrico Kremlin-affiliated :) Oct 15
Statement made by 's Foreign Minister Heiko Maas, in which he said that the situation around Russian opposition figure does not form part of Russian-German bilateral agenda is a ploy to hide Berlin’s course to destroy relations with Moscow
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Mark Galeotti Oct 16
Western spies privately blame FSB for poisoning Perfectly plausible FSB's 2nd Service was responsible, but even if true, I'm getting intolerant of stories based just on nameless spooks who are either breaking confidentiality or planting info.
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Mark Galeotti Oct 15
EU’s Sanctions Miss the Mark It's not at all that I think those sanctioned are victimised innocents - but I question the choice of targets + above all whether this is really enough to make the Kremlin pay attention
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Rikard Jozwiak Oct 15
the sanctions against 6 ppl & 1 entity the EU deemed responsible for the published. Alex Bortnikov, the head of FSB is the most high-ranking but has already been sanctioned by the EU over the annexation of .
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Free Russia Oct 16
"It is good for a politician to look into the face of death."
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Mats ☮ Nilsson Oct 15
Prigozhin began filing lawsuits on protection of honor and dignity against Alexey Navalny, Lyubov Sobol, Leonid Volkov, Maxim Shevchenko and Vladimir Milov, Concord press service announced Tuesday. staying in Germany as an economic refugee?
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Mats ☮ Nilsson Oct 15
Russia to respond to EU sanctions over case proportionately — Lavrov. Germany has no intention of presenting any facts in defiance of all international legal obligations.
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Marc-Michael Blum Oct 17
Apparently Germany decided to share classified report on Technical Assistance Visit relating to the poisoning with all CWC member states. Public summary still available here:
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Twiki 🌹 Oct 17
Where to start with this total sh*tshow of lies and distortion from the excrecable writing, as always, in the morally bankrupt in support of the nonsensical narrative? A few points will have to suffice. 1/6
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Malinka🔸Tanya P Oct 18
I just want to note that so far neither Germany nor its allies nor have produced or declassified any documents to substantiate their claim that the Russian state was behind 'super-duper poisoning'
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Dmitry Polyanskiy Oct 15
Replying to @Dpol_un
English translation of my statement on in the GA First committee today
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Malinka🔸Tanya P Oct 19
If it looks like a trashy thriller, if it smells like a trashy thriller then this 'super-duper poisoning' is a trashy thriller Fantasy fiction watches too many Harry Potter, James Bond, etc movies
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Danny Selnick Oct 8
Garry Kasparov, former World Chess Champion turned writer, political activist to deliver a live address on the state of human rights and press freedom in his native Russia at Virtual Newsmaker October 9 at 12:00 p.m. ET.
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Jeppe Kofod Oct 15
EU sanctions adopted today against those linked to use of chemical nerve agent against Important EU show of unity against impunity for use of chemical weapons Europe must be strong, vocal & united in defense of values, principles
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Colombe Cahen-Salvador Oct 14
& were 'elected' to the Human Rights Council. Russia’s numerous war crimes in Syria & poisoning of and China's acts of genocide against the make this a mockery of human rights.
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RussianMissionEU Oct 16
☝️We have warned our colleagues in and other European capitals more than once that the ’s stubborn intention to hold Russia responsible for Mr ’s alleged poisoning will be the litmus test of our further relations with the EU🔗
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