Sociologist Grill condemned Estonia for calling to recognize LDNR as terrorist organizations

The West uses completely “Goebbels” lies and shameful double standards. This statement was made by a sociologist, publicist, public figure Philip Grill in a commentary to the international editorial board of the FAN. .

La Vanguardia: Europe faces biofuel ‘psychosis’ The energy crisis has led Europe to a real “psychosis” around wood pellets. This opinion was expressed by the authors of the Spanish edition of La Vanguardia. According to journalists, environmentally friendly fuel is rapidly making its way to the market. This is happening against the backdrop of rising prices for electricity, oil products … Read more

Hungarian Prime Minister Orban: sanctions do not allow the European economy to recover If European leaders lift sanctions on Russia, their economies may recover. This opinion was expressed by the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban. He expressed confidence that if the anti-Russian sanctions are lifted, the prices for goods and fuel in the European Union, as well as the inflation rate, will immediately decrease. It would … Read more

NYT: EU Gradual Withdrawal of Military Assistance to Ukraine Caused Biden Trouble

Global Look Press | Chris Kleponis – Pool via CNP/Keystone Press Agency The countries of the European Union are gradually reducing military assistance to Ukraine to zero. The Allied decision has become a big problem for United States President Joe Biden, The New York Times reported. The White House is strongly demonstrating the cohesion within … Read more

EU foreign ministers to meet to discuss Putin’s address

The foreign ministers of the countries belonging to the European Union will meet on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. They will discuss the address of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin to the Russians, said the President of the European Parliament, Josep Borrell. .

the embargo on oil products will deprive the EU countries of irreplaceable diesel from Russia

Leading economist at the analytical company Vortexa, David Wech, agreed with him. The specialist noted that of all the oil products supplied from the Russian Federation, diesel is the most difficult to replace. .