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3 minutes ago, Andrei Moutchkine said:

Sure. Let's assume I did. Got anything firm on Finland for me?

enjoy as Finland and Sweden are on the path with stronger and stronger cooperation with NATO.....

Please note................ NATO partners Finland and Sweden....today Partners tomorrow Members

 

Finland, Sweden to receive enhanced access to NATO intel over Ukraine

By Alexandra Brzozowski | EURACTIV.com

 Feb 26, 2022 (updated:  Feb 26, 2022)

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Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, and Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde during a joint press conference at the end of a meeting at the NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, 24 January 2022. [EPA-EFE/STEPHANIE LECOCQ]

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As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine extends Moscow’s military power to the borders of several NATO members, NATO partners Finland and Sweden can be part of an intensified exchange of information and NATO’s strategic communication.

“Sweden and Finland may, if they so wish on a case-by-case basis, participate in enhanced contacts with NATO, enhanced information exchange and coordination, information on operations and strategic communications,” Finnish President Sauli Niinistö confirmed to reporters after a virtual NATO summit on Friday (26 February).

NATO partners Finland, Sweden and the EU were also invited to participate.

“It is not in itself something revolutionary, but it should be noted that all countries see this as the right arrangement,” Niinistö said, adding this would not equal the possibility of Finland joining NATO.

In practice, this means that the two countries could participate in enhanced intelligence-sharing and strategic communications on a case-by-case basis.

Based on the arrangement, Finland could, for example, request confidential information from NATO or vice versa, while the respective holder of the information would decide whether to provide the information.

According to diplomatic sources, NATO leaders on Friday discussed the special role of both since “they need to be fully informed because of their strategic position for Russia”.

Finland and Sweden are two of six countries known as ‘enhanced partners’, largely due to their contributions to NATO operations. As such, they have options when it comes to cooperation.

In recent months, NATO has stepped up cooperation focusing on security in the Baltic Sea region, which includes political consultations, exchanges of information on hybrid warfare, and joint exercises.

EURACTIV also understands that NATO in general is exploring different mechanisms to share information with its partners that are not members of the alliance.

Nordic worries

Over the past years, Finland and Sweden have both complained of incidents involving Russian submarines and aircraft breaching airspace in the Baltic Sea region. They have responded by tightening bilateral military cooperation and fostering more ties with NATO.

Finland, which has more than 1,300 kilometres of border with Russia, but also Sweden, are aware any move to join the alliance would create backlash in Moscow.

After deciding to remain militarily neutral in the 1990s, both eventually abandoned their political neutrality when they joined the EU in 1995.

Finland and Sweden’s policies of military non-alignment have persisted to the present, although renewed threats of Russian aggression are prompting conversations of potential NATO membership.

Russia not amused

Moscow says moves by Helsinki and Stockholm towards closer ties with NATO are of “special concern” to Russia, which has vehemently opposed NATO’s eastward expansion.

Earlier on Friday (26 February), as NATO leaders were meeting in Brussels, Russia accused NATO and the US of trying to lure Finland and Sweden into the alliance.

“It is obvious that the admission of Finland and Sweden to NATO, which is primarily (…) a military bloc, would have serious military and political consequences that would require retaliatory steps by our country,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said at a weekly press briefing in Moscow, quoted by Russian news agencies.

“We regard the Finnish government’s commitment to a military non-alignment policy as an important factor in ensuring security and stability in Northern Europe. Finland’s accession to NATO would have serious military and political repercussions,” Zakharova added. The spokeswoman has recently been added to the EU’s sanctions list over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Sweden received a similar warning.

Support for NATO membership in both countries has been on the rise over the past few months, mostly driven by events in and around Ukraine, recent surveys show.

Together with Austria, Cyprus, Ireland, and Malta, Finland and Sweden are the only EU states that are not members of NATO.

Asked to comment on Moscow’s warning to the two EU members, EU’s chief diplomat Josep Borrell declined, but affirmed, “We consider that all states are free to choose their foreign policy and their policy of alliances.”

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7 minutes ago, notsonice said:

removing the Western puppet government???? What a sad statement on your part. How much does Putin pay you to post such garbage???

We've been over this already, have we? Here is a brand-new backgrounder by a US comedian Jimmy Dore and Aaron Mate of Greyzone

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xt3Zv-e4n1M

Feature the infamous Nuland "fuck the EU" phone intercept, where she simply assigned the members of upcoming Ukraine government.

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3 minutes ago, notsonice said:

enjoy as Finland and Sweden are on the path with stronger and stronger cooperation with NATO.....

Please note................ NATO partners Finland and Sweden....today Partners tomorrow Members

 

Finland, Sweden to receive enhanced access to NATO intel over Ukraine

By Alexandra Brzozowski | EURACTIV.com

 Feb 26, 2022 (updated:  Feb 26, 2022)

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Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, and Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde during a joint press conference at the end of a meeting at the NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, 24 January 2022. [EPA-EFE/STEPHANIE LECOCQ]

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As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine extends Moscow’s military power to the borders of several NATO members, NATO partners Finland and Sweden can be part of an intensified exchange of information and NATO’s strategic communication.

“Sweden and Finland may, if they so wish on a case-by-case basis, participate in enhanced contacts with NATO, enhanced information exchange and coordination, information on operations and strategic communications,” Finnish President Sauli Niinistö confirmed to reporters after a virtual NATO summit on Friday (26 February).

NATO partners Finland, Sweden and the EU were also invited to participate.

“It is not in itself something revolutionary, but it should be noted that all countries see this as the right arrangement,” Niinistö said, adding this would not equal the possibility of Finland joining NATO.

In practice, this means that the two countries could participate in enhanced intelligence-sharing and strategic communications on a case-by-case basis.

Based on the arrangement, Finland could, for example, request confidential information from NATO or vice versa, while the respective holder of the information would decide whether to provide the information.

According to diplomatic sources, NATO leaders on Friday discussed the special role of both since “they need to be fully informed because of their strategic position for Russia”.

Finland and Sweden are two of six countries known as ‘enhanced partners’, largely due to their contributions to NATO operations. As such, they have options when it comes to cooperation.

In recent months, NATO has stepped up cooperation focusing on security in the Baltic Sea region, which includes political consultations, exchanges of information on hybrid warfare, and joint exercises.

EURACTIV also understands that NATO in general is exploring different mechanisms to share information with its partners that are not members of the alliance.

Nordic worries

Over the past years, Finland and Sweden have both complained of incidents involving Russian submarines and aircraft breaching airspace in the Baltic Sea region. They have responded by tightening bilateral military cooperation and fostering more ties with NATO.

Finland, which has more than 1,300 kilometres of border with Russia, but also Sweden, are aware any move to join the alliance would create backlash in Moscow.

After deciding to remain militarily neutral in the 1990s, both eventually abandoned their political neutrality when they joined the EU in 1995.

Finland and Sweden’s policies of military non-alignment have persisted to the present, although renewed threats of Russian aggression are prompting conversations of potential NATO membership.

Russia not amused

Moscow says moves by Helsinki and Stockholm towards closer ties with NATO are of “special concern” to Russia, which has vehemently opposed NATO’s eastward expansion.

Earlier on Friday (26 February), as NATO leaders were meeting in Brussels, Russia accused NATO and the US of trying to lure Finland and Sweden into the alliance.

“It is obvious that the admission of Finland and Sweden to NATO, which is primarily (…) a military bloc, would have serious military and political consequences that would require retaliatory steps by our country,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said at a weekly press briefing in Moscow, quoted by Russian news agencies.

“We regard the Finnish government’s commitment to a military non-alignment policy as an important factor in ensuring security and stability in Northern Europe. Finland’s accession to NATO would have serious military and political repercussions,” Zakharova added. The spokeswoman has recently been added to the EU’s sanctions list over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Sweden received a similar warning.

Support for NATO membership in both countries has been on the rise over the past few months, mostly driven by events in and around Ukraine, recent surveys show.

Together with Austria, Cyprus, Ireland, and Malta, Finland and Sweden are the only EU states that are not members of NATO.

Asked to comment on Moscow’s warning to the two EU members, EU’s chief diplomat Josep Borrell declined, but affirmed, “We consider that all states are free to choose their foreign policy and their policy of alliances.”

No news. Both are already de facto members, per secret pacts. I was looking for news on de jure membership. Which would be news, indeed.

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Just now, Andrei Moutchkine said:

We've been over this already, have we? Here is a brand-new backgrounder by a US comedian Jimmy Dore and Aaron Mate of Greyzone

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xt3Zv-e4n1M

Feature the infamous Nuland "fuck the EU" phone intercept, where she simply assigned the members of upcoming Ukraine government.

you have been over it with your Putin Propaganda.

Did you catch the Germans chancellor speech??? Game changer in Germany. Sweden and Finland surely took notice.

 

NATO is solid as a Rock....Putins plan has backfired. Enjoy as Russians economy will collapse and Russia  will most likely decay into civil war

 

 

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1 minute ago, Andrei Moutchkine said:

No news. Both are already de facto members, per secret pacts. I was looking for news on de jure membership. Which would be news, indeed.

The needle has moved and Sweden and Finland are aligned with NATO and not Russia........ Enjoy as Russia is isolating itself under the actions of its insane leader, Putin

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1 minute ago, notsonice said:

you have been over it with your Putin Propaganda.

Did you catch the Germans chancellor speech??? Game changer in Germany. Sweden and Finland surely took notice.

 

NATO is solid as a Rock....Putins plan has backfired. Enjoy as Russians economy will collapse and Russia  will most likely decay into civil war

 

 

German Chancellor is a puppet. Wait for the things to calm down, then see. Also, do watch the video I gave you. It is easy going and has nothing to do with NATO, but everything with a coup you bankrolled in Ukraine.

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2 minutes ago, notsonice said:

The needle has moved and Sweden and Finland are aligned with NATO and not Russia........ Enjoy as Russia is isolating itself under the actions of its insane leader, Putin

They haven't been aligned with Russia before this, either.

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Just now, Andrei Moutchkine said:

They haven't been aligned with Russia before this, either.

Sweden is now aligned with the West 100 percent. Finland???? was a Soviet puppet state for years. And today Aligned with NATO. Hope Putin takes notice he is not making any friends with his Invasion of Ukraine...Most regard him now as a Terrorist. 

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UKRAINE

Sweden prepares to shut airspace to Russian planes

Sweden is preparing to quickly close Swedish airspace to Russian flights, Swedish EU Minister Hans Dahlgren said on Sunday.

Published: 27 February 2022 12:57 CET
Sweden prepares to shut airspace to Russian planes
The Russian presidential plane Iljuschin Il-96. More EU countries are moving to ban Russian aircraft from its airspace. (Photo by ALESSANDRO DELLA VALLE / POOL / AFP)

“It is now absolutely necessary to proceed with further tough measures to isolate Russia,” Dahlgren told public service radio SR.

The Minister said the most effective course of action would be for EU countries to make a joint decision.

Sweden will push for such a flight ban at a meeting of EU foreign ministers scheduled later today, which could form part of the latest package of sanctions against Russia.

READ ALSO: INTERVIEW: How could Russia’s war in Ukraine affect Sweden?

Many EU member states have already closed their airspaces to Russian aircraft, while a more concrete decision could soon follow.

“We want this to happen as quickly as possible and the best and fastest way is if we can get a common EU decision,” said Dahlgren.

 
 
 

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Finland & Denmark to Shut Down Airspace to Russian Planes

 
February 27, 2022
 

 

 
 
 
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Finland and Denmark will join the list of European countries that have closed their airspace to Russian air traffic after the latter’s invasion of Ukraine.

 

Finland’s decision has been confirmed by the Minister of Transport and Communications, Timo Harakka, who stressed that Finland “is preparing to close its airspace to Russian air traffic,” with whom it shares a 1,300-kilometre border, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

A similar countermeasure by Russia would cause significant damages to Finish state carrier Finnair.

“If Russia in parallel closes its airspace from Finnish aircraft, it would have a significant impact on Finnair as our Asian traffic would in practice come to a standstill,” Finnair spokeswoman pointed out in this regard, as reported by Reuters.

According to her, “going around Russian airspace prolongs flight times so much that it would not be financially possible to operate our Asian flights.”

Finland’s flag carrier operates flights between Europe and Asia that fly over its neighbouring country Russia. However, at present, its services are limited due to the entry restrictions imposed as a result of the Coronavirus and its new strains by authorities in Asia.

At the same time, Denmark’s Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod also announced that the country would close its airspace for Russian aircraft.

“At today’s meeting of EU ministers of foreign affairs, we will push for an EU-wide ban,” Kofod pointed out.

Other European countries, including Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Germany and Poland, have closed their airspace to Russia flights leading Russian planes to make a large number of diversions.

Authorities in Moscow have also taken similar measures, banning planes from these countries from flying over its country.

Following months of escalating tensions, Russia attacked Ukraine on February 24, launching an invasion in Ukrainian territory by land, air and sea.

The attacks registered on Thursday at 5 am local time were approved by the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, who called the invasion a “special military operation”.

The situation in Ukraine led its neighbouring countries Romania, Slovakia, Hungary and Poland to brace for many refugees. Al Jazeera’s report showed that about five million people could leave Ukraine in a worst-case scenario.

Ukraine’s neighbouring countries have stressed that they are ready to open their doors for an influx of migrants.

In addition, the European Union Agency for Asylum (EUAA) also stressed that it is ready to help in the reception of asylum seekers, condemning the unprovoked armed invasion of Ukraine.

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UKRAINE

Sweden prepares to shut airspace to Russian planes

Sweden is preparing to quickly close Swedish airspace to Russian flights, Swedish EU Minister Hans Dahlgren said on Sunday.

Published: 27 February 2022 12:57 CET
Sweden prepares to shut airspace to Russian planes
The Russian presidential plane Iljuschin Il-96. More EU countries are moving to ban Russian aircraft from its airspace. (Photo by ALESSANDRO DELLA VALLE / POOL / AFP)

“It is now absolutely necessary to proceed with further tough measures to isolate Russia,” Dahlgren told public service radio SR.

The Minister said the most effective course of action would be for EU countries to make a joint decision.

Sweden will push for such a flight ban at a meeting of EU foreign ministers scheduled later today, which could form part of the latest package of sanctions against Russia.

READ ALSO: INTERVIEW: How could Russia’s war in Ukraine affect Sweden?

Many EU member states have already closed their airspaces to Russian aircraft, while a more concrete decision could soon follow.

“We want this to happen as quickly as possible and the best and fastest way is if we can get a common EU decision,” said Dahlgren.

 
 
 

The airspace thing is the stupidest of all. Russia closed its airspace in return, and now they will have to fly to Asia via Dubai or Anchorage, which costs like twice the fuel. The Asian carriers, from the countries which did not join the airspace sanctions, will eat the European carriers breakfast.

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28 minutes ago, Andrei Moutchkine said:

The airspace thing is the stupidest of all. Russia closed its airspace in return, and now they will have to fly to Asia via Dubai or Anchorage, which costs like twice the fuel. The Asian carriers, from the countries which did not join the airspace sanctions, will eat the European carriers breakfast.

E.U. to Ban Russian Flights in Effort to Further Isolate Putin

enjoy your vacations in North Korea....I hear that it is a wonderful place to visit.....ha ha ha

 

The airspace thing is the stupidest of all???? Anchorage??? ha  ha ha that will end soon.....Before you know it the only way in and out of Russia will be walking. Enjoy the hike back to your beloved Mother Land. 

Next up any one travelling on a Russian passport...........Blocked

 

PS you said Sweden and Finland were just talking .....looks like they are acting not talking. Enjoy the thought

British Airways cancels Moscow flights as Russia retaliates over Aeroflot ban

Russian airlines to be banned from most European airspace

EU pledges block on overflying member states, taking total to nearly 30 countries that are closing airspace

 

 

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9 minutes ago, notsonice said:

E.U. to Ban Russian Flights in Effort to Further Isolate Putin

enjoy your vacations in North Korea....I hear that it is a wonderful place to visit.....ha ha ha

 

The airspace thing is the stupidest of all???? Anchorage??? ha  ha ha that will end soon.....Before you know it the only way in and out of Russia will be walking. Enjoy the hike back to your beloved Mother Land. 

Next up any one travelling on a Russian passport...........Blocked

 

PS you said Sweden and Finland were just talking .....looks like they are acting not talking. Enjoy the thought

British Airways cancels Moscow flights as Russia retaliates over Aeroflot ban

Russian airlines to be banned from most European airspace

EU pledges block on overflying member states, taking total to nearly 30 countries that are closing airspace

 

 

Look at the globe, will you? Even the 30 European countries is still lots less airspace than Russia's alone. Western Europe is but a larger peninsula attached to Russia.  So, Russia is more of an Asian country for now. Big deal. Anchorage is how you had to fly to Asia during Soviet times. Now, only one way. Because Asian countries are not exactly keen on jumping onto this stupid bandwagon and will, like I said, eat the European carrier's breakfast now. Overwhelmingly most popular foreign destinations for most Russians are Turkey and Egypt, which are still open.

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12 minutes ago, notsonice said:

www.aeroflot.ru .....the site is toast ....Bye Bye Aeroflot........good luck booking a ticket online.......HA HA HA or

changing one

 

 

Aeroflot

www.aeroflot.com....nada no more

Look, will you spare me your giddy little girl messages? It is probably a regular DDoS attack. Check the site again in a few hours or a day. Aeroflot is certainly not going anywhere. Even if there is only the domestic business left, they still are the largest airline in Russia.

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5 minutes ago, Andrei Moutchkine said:

Look, will you spare me your giddy little girl messages? It is probably a regular DDoS attack. Check the site again in a few hours or a day. Aeroflot is certainly not going anywhere. Even if there is only the domestic business left, they still are the largest airline in Russia.

 

 

ha ha ha enjoy walking back to your motherland.... Yes the largest airline in Russia ...one way tickets to Siberia for anyone protesting.......Putin hates his own people. Try to book a ticket in Russia  to anywhere in Russia...ha ha ha 

smallest airline in the world today. Enjoy

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Feb 27, 2022, 08:28 AM IST

 

Russians letting kids in the cockpit.....Where they the only ones Aeroflot could find to try to pilot the flight??? 

 

Aeroflot Flight 593

Aeroflot Flight 593: Ill-fated crash caused by children in cockpit

Aeroflot Flight 593: Ill-fated crash caused by children in cockpit

 

The aircraft involved in the accident was a leased Airbus A310-304, registered as F-OGQS, serial number 596 and was powered by two General Electric CF6-80C2A2 engines.

 

Feb 27, 2022, 08:28 AM IST

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8 minutes ago, notsonice said:

Feb 27, 2022, 08:28 AM IST

 

Russians letting kids in the cockpit.....Where they the only ones Aeroflot could find to try to pilot the flight??? 

 

Aeroflot Flight 593

Aeroflot Flight 593: Ill-fated crash caused by children in cockpit

Aeroflot Flight 593: Ill-fated crash caused by children in cockpit

 

The aircraft involved in the accident was a leased Airbus A310-304, registered as F-OGQS, serial number 596 and was powered by two General Electric CF6-80C2A2 engines.

 

Feb 27, 2022, 08:28 AM IST

This was 1994, a crappy time for Russia in general. Look at all the international awards Aeroflot has won more recently.

I read up on it and it seems it was a flight carrying mostly their own employees.

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4 minutes ago, Andrei Moutchkine said:

This was 1994, a crappy time for Russia in general. Look at all the international awards Aeroflot has won more recently.

I read up on it and it seems it was a flight carrying mostly their own employees.

and today is a crappy time for Russia....Those Patriots in the  Ukraine are going to make Putins and every Russians life miserable. Back to the stone ages in Russia....... 

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14 minutes ago, notsonice said:

 

 

ha ha ha enjoy walking back to your motherland.... Yes the largest airline in Russia ...one way tickets to Siberia for anyone protesting.......Putin hates his own people. Try to book a ticket in Russia  to anywhere in Russia...ha ha ha 

smallest airline in the world today. Enjoy

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What the hell is that supposed to mean? They probably drop all incoming traffic out of US for the time being, because I don't get that message. Since when is a Website critical for an airline's operation?

If you really want a ticket, try booking.com or aviasales.ru if you want a Russian site. How do you usually buy airline tickets? Try that.

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1 hour ago, notsonice said:

and today is a crappy time for Russia....Those Patriots in the  Ukraine are going to make Putins and every Russians life miserable. Back to the stone ages in Russia....... 

Russia is retaliating by confiscating assets of foreign corporations registered in "hostile jurisdictions" It is literally trillions. Russia has been a most profitable market for many a Western firm. You want to play with no rules? You can have it. This includes the 30%-40% of free floating stock in Russian companies that is in foreign hands and all the dividends. Among the affected investors are pension funds of several American states and DoD itself. Russia has been most profitable for them thus far.

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34 minutes ago, Andrei Moutchkine said:

Russia is retaliating by confiscating assets of foreign corporations registered in "hostile jurisdictions" It is literally trillions. Russia has been a most profitable market for many a Western firm. You want to play with no rules? You can have it. This includes the 30%-40% of free floating stock in Russian companies that is in foreign hands and all the dividends. Among the affected investors are pension funds of several American states and DoD itself. Russia has been most profitable for them thus far.

The stock in Russian companies will be worthless as soon as the market opens and their dividends are a thing of the past. Not to mention you can forget about any more investment in the country. Those Western firms have the rest of the world to do business with, they will do fine.

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5 hours ago, notsonice said:

largely avoided....More like the Russians are getting their asses kicked. Enjoy watching your fellow Russians being returned in body bags.

"The lowest is to attack a city. Siege of a city is only done as a last resort."

- Art of War

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8 minutes ago, Jay McKinsey said:

The stock in Russian companies will be worthless as soon as the market opens and their dividends are a thing of the past. Not to mention you can forget about any more investment in the country. Those Western firms have the rest of the world to do business with, they will do fine.

Aha. So, a bunch of foreign investors just got expropriated? Oil and gas companies are judged based on how much oil and gas they've got. Regardless how funny the political situation is. The dividends are real as long as oil and gas as expensive as they are. Also, suck on this

https://sputniknews.com/20220227/russia-placed-its-reserves-in-countries-where-eu-cant-block-them-borrell-says-1093430361.html

I am investing in the country. I was lazy and used ADRs/GDRs. Not doing it anymore and switching to direct investment in rubles. (Can't open an account remotely)

Notice Uncle Sam's usual pragmatic approach. US airspace is still open, with Aeroflot flights proceeding as usual, only flying higher up North. It is the stupid Eurofags only who are shooting themselves in the foot with maximum power.

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1 minute ago, TailingsPond said:

"The lowest is to attack a city. Siege of a city is only done as a last resort."

- Art of War

Look who is talking!

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Russia is doing no such thing. Note how besieged Ukrainian cites still have water, power and Internet.

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