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Lituania. Dopo il discorso di Mr Lavrov rimuove in fretta e furia le sanzioni alla Russia.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2022-07-24.

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Lo abbiamo sempre detto che con le buone maniere si ottiene tutto.

Mr Lavrov, la cui timida mitezza virginale è proverbiale, ha solo ricordato come la Russia abbia bombe atomiche a sufficienza anche per la Lituania.

«Lithuania has lifted a ban on the rail transport of sanctioned goods in and out of the Russian area of Kaliningrad»

Che figura di sterco!! Femminielli e femminielle debosciati dai vizi innominabili e dall’uso smodato delle droghe pesanti. Senza il minimo sentimento di umana dignità. Ma una cosa è marciare al gay pride, ed una ben diversa contro la Russia, che non inizia le guerre ma le termina. E non ci si faccia illusioni, ma proprio nessuna. La Russia si ricorderà quanto è successo, ed a tempo opportuno i lituani sfileranno per la Piazza Rossa per essere poi caricati sui treni merci destinati alla Siberia.

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«Following the certification of the election results, Šimonytė was proposed as the prime ministerial candidate by a coalition consisting of the Homeland Union, Liberal Movement and Freedom Party; she took office on 11 December, along with the appointment of her cabinet ….

During the meeting with Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, Šimonytė emphasized that Lithuania seeks to further increase pressure on the Belarussian regime. Lithuania also supports the expansion of EU sanctions. ….

Šimonytė has stated that she did not oppose the introduction of same-sex civil unions to Lithuania, which attracted the support of LGBT rights activists. Additionally, Šimonytė stated that while she would never have an abortion herself, she would not condemn women who choose to do so.

She is unmarried and has no children ….» [Fonte]

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Assessing the likelihood of the collapse of Šimonytė’s Government

«With the opposition vociferously speculating that the current ruling coalition, which is dogged by scandals over foreign policy, will only last until the autumn and then collapse in the face of unfavourable economic, pandemic and geopolitical circumstances ….

The European Commission’s (EC) clarification on the application of sanctions to the Kaliningrad transit has given a platform not only to the opposition but also to some members of the Liberal Movement, the coalition partners who rebelled against the Government’s decision to accept the new guidelines ….

However, as the political scientist notes, the country’s forthcoming triple elections – for municipal councils and mayors (2023) and for the presidency and the Seimas (2024) – could be an even more important factor in the composition of the ruling majority ….

a fracturing of the ruling majority is currently a more likely scenario than a change of Government.

The scandal over the foreign policy of the ruling party is not the only one that has accompanied the ruling party this term – the turmoil over the transit of Belaruskalij fertilisers even shook the foundations of the Government, and Prime Minister Šimonytė herself has also mentioned threats to withdraw from the coalition partners. ….

However, according to political analyst G.Burbulytė-Tsiskarishvili, a similar scenario should not happen in the case of the Kaliningrad transit, despite the fact that some members of the Liberal Movement rebelled against the Government’s decision to accept the European Commission’s interpretation.»

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Il governo di Ingrida Šimonytė sta perdendo pezzi da ogni parte, ed Ingrida Šimonytė sta dando prova di una rara imperizia.

Chi parla ed agisce a vanvera è sempre costretto dalla realtà a rimangiarsi tutto quello che aveva fatto e detto.

Se Ingrida Šimonytė avesse avuto una faccia, con questa retromarcia la avrebbe persa del tutto.

Constatiamo quanto abbia ragione il Presidente Putin quando afferma che le femmine, vere o sedicenti tali, stanno più che bene nelle amministrazioni altrui.

Si noti il silenzio della Unione Europea, di Ursula von der Leyen, e del consesso dei femminielli di Bruxelles.

Ma su tutto troneggia il mutismo di Joe Biden. Questo è quanto vale l’enclave liberal occidentale.

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La Russia ha avvertito la Lituania di “gravi” conseguenze dopo aver vietato il trasferimento ferroviario di alcune merci verso il territorio russo di Kaliningrad.

La Lituania afferma che sta solo seguendo le sanzioni dell’UE imposte per l’invasione dell’Ucraina da parte di Mosca.

Il segretario del Consiglio di sicurezza russo ha avvertito che saranno prese misure appropriate nel prossimo futuro.

La Lituania ha revocato il divieto di trasporto ferroviario di merci soggette a sanzioni in entrata e in uscita dall’area russa di Kaliningrad.

Kaliningrad si trova sul Mar Baltico e utilizza un collegamento ferroviario con la Russia attraverso la Lituania per passeggeri e merci.

La Russia si è infuriata quando il mese scorso la Lituania ha vietato il transito di acciaio e altri metalli ferrosi in base alle sanzioni dell’UE e ha minacciato di reagire.

Ma ora le Ferrovie lituane hanno dichiarato che riprenderanno a trasportare merci verso l’enclave.

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«Russia has warned Lithuania of “serious” consequences after it banned the rail transfer of some goods to the Russian territory of Kaliningrad»

«Lithuania says it is only following the EU sanctions imposed over Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine»

«The secretary of Russia’s Security Council warned that appropriate measures would be taken in the near future»

«Lithuania has lifted a ban on the rail transport of sanctioned goods in and out of the Russian area of Kaliningrad»

«Kaliningrad is on the Baltic Sea and uses a rail link to Russia via Lithuania for passengers and freight»

«Russia was enraged when Lithuania banned the transit of steel and other ferrous metals under EU sanctions last month, and threatened to respond»

«But now Lithuanian Railways says it will resume transporting goods to the enclave»

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Kaliningrad: Russia warns Lithuania of consequences over rail transit sanctions

Russia has warned Lithuania of “serious” consequences after it banned the rail transfer of some goods to the Russian territory of Kaliningrad.

Russia “will certainly respond to such hostile actions,” senior security official Nikolai Patrushev said.

Lithuania says it is only following the EU sanctions imposed over Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.

Kaliningrad – a strategic region where Russia’s Baltic Fleet is headquartered – has no border with mainland Russia.

The western territory was annexed from Germany after World War Two in 1945 and is bordered by EU and Nato members Lithuania and Poland.

The region – where an estimated one million people live – relies heavily on imports of raw materials and spare parts from Russia and the EU.

Regional governor Anton Alikhanov said the ban would cover around 50% of the items that Kaliningrad imports.

During a visit on Tuesday to Kaliningrad, Mr Patrushev said the blockade by Lithuania was instigated by the West “in violation of… international law”.

The secretary of Russia’s Security Council warned that “appropriate measures” would be taken “in the near future”.

“Their consequences will have a serious negative impact on the population of Lithuania,” he added, without giving any further details.

Earlier on Tuesday, the EU ambassador was summoned to the Russian foreign ministry over the blockade.

Last week, the Lithuanian authorities announced they would ban goods subject to EU sanctions from passing through their territory to Kaliningrad.

Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis said: “It’s not Lithuania doing anything: it’s European sanctions that started working from 17 June… It was done with consultation from the European Commission and under European Commission guidelines.”

The EU has echoed Lithuania’s statement, saying that the country is just implementing sanctions imposed by the EU as a result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

The sanctions list includes coal, metals, construction materials and advanced technology.

As a member of the Nato military alliance, Lithuania is protected by collective defence treaties.

US state department spokesman Ned Price said the US was standing by Lithuania, adding that the country’s commitment to Nato’s Article 5 – which views an attack on one member state as an attack on all – was “iron clad”.

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Kaliningrad row: Lithuania resumes transporting goods to Russian exclave

Lithuania has lifted a ban on the rail transport of sanctioned goods in and out of the Russian area of Kaliningrad.

Kaliningrad is on the Baltic Sea and uses a rail link to Russia via Lithuania for passengers and freight.

Russia was enraged when Lithuania banned the transit of steel and other ferrous metals under EU sanctions last month, and threatened to respond.

But now Lithuanian Railways says it will resume transporting goods to the exclave.

The European Union last week said the transit ban only affected road, not rail, transit, and Lithuania should therefore allow Russia to ship concrete, wood and alcohol across EU territory to Kaliningrad.

Russia’s Tass news agency cited a Kaliningrad government official as saying 60 wagons of cement would soon be shipped into the territory

Russia annexed Kaliningrad after World War Two in 1945 and roughly one million people live there.

For supplies, Kaliningrad has been heavily reliant on transit routes through Lithuania. But last month Lithuania began implementing EU sanctions on certain Russian goods – including construction materials – in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. It would not allow the goods to transit through Lithuanian territory to Kaliningrad.

This angered Moscow, and Russian security council chief Nikolai Patrushev threatened a “serious negative impact on the population of Lithuania”.

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