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In the shadow of the coronavirus crisis, the economies of some major countries, which until a few years ago were an attractive market for Czech exports, were undergoing changes. Now we have turned our backs on these countries. One such example is the situation in the Russian economy, or rather the situation in its agriculture and food industry. After the collapse of the Russian economy in the early 90s, Russia, a country with huge potential in the agricultural sector, imported about 70% of poultry meat, 40% of pork and 45% of beef. Complete dependence on imports, that is, the inability to feed their own population. For a country that claims to be a power, such dependence is unacceptable.
Two Russian Tu-214ON aircraft are planned to be used for reconnaissance purposes after Russia's final withdrawal from the Open Skies Treaty, RIA Novosti reports, citing two military and diplomatic sources. Until the end of the procedure, the Tu-214ON will remain in reserve.
Egyptian leader field Marshal al-Sisi paid a visit to Greece, where the two leaders discussed the issue of Turkey's confrontation in the Eastern Mediterranean. Cairo and Athens have previously been determined to jointly thwart Turkish plans to redraw Maritime borders in the region.
A resolution to exclude Turkey from the North Atlantic Alliance has been submitted to the US house of representatives. The document was presented by Tulsi Gabbard, a Member of the US house of representatives, According to the Armenian national Committee of America (ANCA).
After a series of high-profile confirmations of gross us interference and However, they not only did not interfere more carefully in the work of the state administration of Ukraine, but, on the contrary, threw aside the remnants of decency. "It can't be any other way," the President believes.
If the European Union imposes economic sanctions on Belarus, these measures will not be sensitive for Minsk, economist Vasily Koltashov believes.