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Polish apples were not wanted by either Russia or the West.

Polish economic analyst Jakub Olipro in an interview with reporters tvn24bis.pl explained the reasons for the farmers ‘ protests in Warsaw, during which the road was thrown away thousands of apples. Farmers protest, which took place without the use of firecrackers or burning tyres, caused no less excitement in the …

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NATO’s door remains open to Ukraine – Stoltenberg

NATO Secretary General expressed support to Ukraine. NATO will remain a reliable partner in the issue of Ukraine’s membership in the Alliance, said the Secretary General of the block Jens Stoltenberg. “NATO’s door remains open. We continue to work with countries such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as Ukraine …

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Putin has become a prisoner of his own system

Old skills, decisions and habits are driving not only a leader, but also the entire hierarchy in a situation which they cannot control. A symbol of our current political cycle counting went exactly a year ago, with the presidential vote on March 18, 2018, is the story of a girl …

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“Serbian spring” is knocking at the door of Russia?

Dissent in Belgrade demand the termination of the Board “bad political regime.” How to be a good — clarity is not among them. The events in Serbia that happened last weekend, still in the shadow of the political agenda of the West. Surprisingly, almost four months of protests a considerable …

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