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Lithuanian Prime Minister warned Minsk about the “danger” of exporting petroleum products through Russia

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If Russia forces Belarus to export petroleum products through its railways and ports, it can be economically unprofitable and dangerous for Minsk itself, Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernyalis claims, commenting on Vladimir Putin’s statement about the need to link oil supplies to Belarusian refineries with the transportation of developed petroleum products through Russia reports Delphi.

Speaking about this, the Lithuanian Prime Minister drew attention to the fact that Russian ports allegedly freeze, “the climatic conditions there are completely different.”

This is especially sensitive when it comes to the transportation of petroleum products.
- declared Skvernyalis.

Lithuanian Prime Minister warned Minsk about the “danger” of exporting petroleum products through Russia


Also, the head of the Lithuanian Cabinet of Ministers noted that “in the Eastern states” (Russia, Belarus - note VO) political decisions are often made without taking into account economic interests. Because of this, according to him, “Lithuanian politicians should also be active in order for Belarusian cargoes to continue to cross the Lithuanian railways to the port of Klaipeda”.

Note that the Lithuanian prime minister, let's say, is "cunning", speaking of the freezing Russian ports, trying to show the usefulness of the Baltic ports, which are currently idle without work and are essentially bankrupt. So the Russian port of Ust-Luga, which is located in 600 km from the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda, remains non-freezing 326 days a year. The remaining days are ice posting cargo.

In January-July of 2017, the volume of cargo transportation by railways in Lithuania increased by 6,5% to 28,99 million tons compared to the same period last year. Of these, transit of oil products through the port of Klaipeda amounted to 1,224 million tons.
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  1. oleg-gr
    oleg-gr 18 August 2017 12: 24
    +10
    What a timely "warning." Profits have fallen, but oh, how you want to eat. In a word - welcome to the “correct” geyropeyskih ports.
    1. Zibelew
      Zibelew 18 August 2017 12: 26
      +17
      Apparently the furry animal no longer looms on the horizon, but is houseworked in Lithuania. By the way, the PM’s face is disgusting, he would still have a German cap. Poured fascist!
      1. Monos
        Monos 18 August 2017 12: 36
        +9
        it can be economically disadvantageous and dangerous for Minsk itself, says Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernialis,

        What a caring LABAS BIBIS! He doesn’t sleep at night, he is happy about White Russia. smile
        1. Shurik70
          Shurik70 18 August 2017 12: 43
          +4
          But what does the joy of Belarus have to do with it?
          He directly said:
          Lithuanian politicians should also be proactive so that Belarusian goods continue to go along Lithuanian railways to the port of Klaipeda

          That is, he cares about the congestion of Lithuanian roads and the port. Only. And since, in addition to the Poland-Latvia transit, only Belarus uses these roads, they will go to dances with a tambourine with a bare backside in front of television cameras if this increase increases.
          smile
        2. bouncyhunter
          bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 12: 43
          +1
          Hi Victor! hi drinks
          Quote: Monos
          He doesn’t sleep at night, he is happy about White Russia

          He needs to relax! But seriously: there is such a Chinese proverb:
          "Do not give advice until you are asked about them."
          1. 210ox
            210ox 18 August 2017 12: 49
            +2
            pasha hi I didn’t understand the logic at all. In Klaipeda, the cargo turnover increased, so did the transportation by rail .. What's the problem? Constipation of thoughts, diarrhea of ​​words ..
            Quote: bouncyhunter
            Hi Victor! hi drinks
            Quote: Monos
            He doesn’t sleep at night, he is happy about White Russia

            He needs to relax! But seriously: there is such a Chinese proverb:
            "Do not give advice until you are asked about them."
            1. bouncyhunter
              bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 12: 51
              +4
              Hello Dima ! hi And do not even try to look for logic there - a waste of time and effort. One goal - to spoil Russia. yes
              1. cniza
                cniza 18 August 2017 13: 01
                +3
                Not only to shit Russia, but also to survive, they really want to eat, and transit is fraught before our eyes.
                1. bouncyhunter
                  bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 13: 10
                  +7
                  And it’s good that it is melting. Let the owner ask for help, and not climb to us with their Wishlist! Like BelAES, they are against it. And how are the ports idle, so Belarus help? Warhead from Polonaise them! am
                  1. Tusv
                    Tusv 18 August 2017 13: 43
                    +2
                    Quote: bouncyhunter
                    And how are the ports idle, so Belarus help? Warhead from Polonaise them!

                    How can one not recall Spring from the Belarus tractor. And the ammunition is not spent and the spare part is restored fellow
                    1. bouncyhunter
                      bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 13: 45
                      +4
                      Yes, I often mention different parts here: either the same spring from the tractor, then the bolt from the BelAZ wheel. Today I’ve remembered the Polonez MLRS warhead ... feel
                      1. Tusv
                        Tusv 18 August 2017 14: 03
                        +1
                        Quote: bouncyhunter
                        bolt from the wheel of BelAZ

                        Why so much cruelty. stop
                    2. bouncyhunter
                      bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 14: 13
                      +4
                      Quote: Tusv
                      Why so much cruelty.

                      Cruelty (and even more so excessive) here does not smell. It falls more under the category of “coercive measure” or “adequate response”.
                      1. Tusv
                        Tusv 18 August 2017 14: 30
                        +4
                        Quote: bouncyhunter
                        Cruelty (and even more so excessive) here does not smell. It falls more under the category of “coercive measure” or “adequate response”.

                        Kindly need to people and "look at questions broader." We looked at the hard labor of Klaipeda dockers and their railway workers and built Ust-Luga. Well, there was no strength to look at it. Well sorry laughing
                    3. bouncyhunter
                      bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 14: 33
                      +1
                      Quote: Tusv
                      Well sorry

                      But what do you think: do they pity us greatly? wink That is why I do not feel special pity for them. laughing
                      1. Tusv
                        Tusv 18 August 2017 14: 48
                        +3
                        Quote: bouncyhunter
                        But what do you think: do they pity us greatly?

                        So I make a joke. They built Ust-Luga, bought three icebreakers from the Finns, and drove 4. From the Arctic, they “stole” 20% of GDP from Lithuania. This is our answer to greed and fierce hatred. Well, of course, purely out of love for Lithuanian dockers. Spin after all, almost for free laughing
                  2. bouncyhunter
                    bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 14: 50
                    +2
                    Quote: Tusv
                    So I make a joke.

                    Yes, I understand . hi
                    1. Pete mitchell
                      Pete mitchell 18 August 2017 15: 26
                      +5
                      hi Pasha, strict but fair. Yes, do not give a damn about them: whoever pays, he orders the music, but no one asks the dancer
                      1. bouncyhunter
                        bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 15: 43
                        +5
                        Agree with you ! hi Why should my head hurt for those who consider us enemies?
            2. alexmach
              alexmach 18 August 2017 13: 57
              +1
              It is not clear why he grew up. The article says that Putin is “agitating” for Ust-Luga. If this agitation works for him, the cargo turnover in Klaipeda should fall .. It’s only Belarusians will have to go further to the sea, but they can compensate them for oil prices ...
        3. Solomon Kane
          Solomon Kane 18 August 2017 12: 45
          +8
          And his last name is "Felon," from the Russian "Nasty" ......
      2. jetfors_84
        jetfors_84 18 August 2017 13: 28
        0
        By the way, the PM’s face is disgusting, he would still have a German cap. Poured fascist!

        affected by the Teutonic life
      3. Paranoid50
        Paranoid50 18 August 2017 13: 34
        +1
        Quote: Zibelew
        Poured fascist!

        So, to the Lithuanian actors in the Soviet films about the Second World War such roles also got. Everyone played, except perhaps Banionis - he played the Soviet scout Odyssey. And, towards the end of the era, Adomaitis played Richard Sorge, by the way, one-on-one !!!
        1. svp67
          svp67 18 August 2017 13: 43
          +5
          Quote: Paranoid50
          Everything was played, except perhaps Banionis - he played the Soviet scout Odyssey

          And Juozas Kiselyus from Long Road in the Dunes

          Regimantas Adomaitis

          It’s mainly with us Americans
      4. venik
        venik 18 August 2017 19: 17
        0
        Quote: Zibelew
        By the way, the PM’s face is disgusting, he would still have a German cap. Poured fascist!

        ========
        Especially the "snobber" is inspiring - you just want to "podrihtovat" ..... And then the surname is ... -STERNIZED !!!! Yes, it is obvious that one of the "ancestors" was distinguished by "exceptional" moral qualities ........
        1. vetlan19
          vetlan19 18 August 2017 21: 47
          +1
          Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernialis - bad people
    2. Hagalaz
      Hagalaz 18 August 2017 12: 34
      +2
      Quote: oleg-gr
      What a timely "warning." Profits have fallen, but oh, how you want to eat. In a word - welcome to the “correct” geyropeyskih ports.

      And what is the talking last name laughing laughing laughing
    3. vkl.47
      vkl.47 18 August 2017 12: 42
      +1
      And what about negos "face"? Someone ruined the air. Probably from the thought of the green men. Which hordes crawl inside the oil pipeline. Unshaven and angry. Oh, and without weapons. Clean with axes
    4. seti
      seti 18 August 2017 12: 47
      +10
      Spit what the Balts say. Our task is not to convince Belarusians and Lukashenko personally to use our ports. Why? Yes, everything is simple. We supply them with significant discounts, but we may not supply them. And this is very significant for the budget of Belarus. Therefore, they should go to meet us in such matters. And the discounts on our railways are substantial. All but the Balts are the winners - so let them choke on the snot. It is time for Belarusian officials to prove that they are with us.
    5. Tusv
      Tusv 18 August 2017 13: 31
      +1
      Quote: oleg-gr
      In a word - welcome to the “correct” geyropeyskih ports.

      A Lithuanian acquaintance said that Klaipeda is 30% of GDP. And here we with our Ust-Luga blocked oxygen. Insidiously, meanly and differently. And the fact that We built Ust-Luga because of greedy Lithuanians is not an alley
    6. Vlad.by
      Vlad.by 18 August 2017 14: 35
      +3
      "What a disgusting face" in the photo!
    7. Irik yar
      Irik yar 19 August 2017 10: 55
      +1
      Yes, yes, everyone needs to eat! Only per capita GDP in Lithuania is higher than ours, and in PPP too.
      1. Nikolai Grek
        Nikolai Grek 19 August 2017 15: 37
        +5
        Quote: Irik Yar
        Yes, yes, everyone needs to eat! Only per capita GDP in Lithuania is higher than ours, and in PPP too.


        wassat wassat details, details open, due to what such a "great achievement" !!! lol lol lol and then at such a pace you will also begin to broadcast about the Pshek economic miracle !!!! wassat laughing laughing laughing
  2. svp67
    svp67 18 August 2017 12: 25
    +8
    The head of the Lithuanian Cabinet of Ministers also noted that “in the eastern states” (Russia, Belarus - approx. VO), political decisions are often made without regard to economic interests.
    Whose "cow mooed" ...
    Speaking about this, the Lithuanian Prime Minister drew attention to the fact that Russian ports allegedly freeze, “the climatic conditions there are completely different.”
    Russia has a GOOD icebreaking fleet. We can handle it.
    1. bouncyhunter
      bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 12: 38
      +5
      hi The words of this "leader" reminded me of this:
      1. sabakina
        sabakina 18 August 2017 12: 45
        +5
        Pasha! All the same, Psaki was right, you have a sea.
        Lithuanian Prime Minister warned Minsk about the “danger” of exporting petroleum products through Russia

        Speaking about this, the Lithuanian Prime Minister drew attention to the fact that Russian ports allegedly freeze, “the climatic conditions there are completely different.”
        1. bouncyhunter
          bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 12: 46
          +3
          Hello, Glory! hi You're right, the Belarusian Sea exists .... in Psaki’s head. lol
      2. Solomon Kane
        Solomon Kane 18 August 2017 12: 49
        +6
        Pasha! What about the "labs"? Concert for Polonaise with the orchestra? Will they hear?
        1. bouncyhunter
          bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 12: 53
          +3
          Not only “hear”, but also “feel”! soldier laughing
          1. Solomon Kane
            Solomon Kane 18 August 2017 12: 56
            +6
            I think it’s time, Belarusians have access to the Baltic ... wink laughing
            1. bouncyhunter
              bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 13: 01
              +3
              Yes, we are only in the Kaliningrad region corridor ... lol
              1. Solomon Kane
                Solomon Kane 18 August 2017 13: 04
                +7
                Do not be shy, Buddy! Labuses without the Baltic, dill without the Black ....!
                1. bouncyhunter
                  bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 13: 11
                  +1
                  Kostya, we are not Poles with their appetites "from sea to sea." bully
              2. Svarog51
                Svarog51 18 August 2017 13: 58
                +7
                Pasha, welcome hi
                Yes, we are only in the Kaliningrad region corridor ...

                Shhh! The Minsk-Kaliningrad metro line did not sleep. wink good
                1. bouncyhunter
                  bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 14: 01
                  +3
                  Great, Seryoga! hi Notice, I did not say a word about her, and you? wink So which of us shoots the office? lol
                  1. Svarog51
                    Svarog51 18 August 2017 14: 12
                    +10
                    Pasha, estimate how many wells they will drill in this section while they look. wassat
                    1. bouncyhunter
                      bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 14: 15
                      +2
                      So let them drill: while they are busy with business, there will be no time for any nonsense. wink
                    2. LiSiCyn
                      LiSiCyn 18 August 2017 14: 29
                      +3
                      The Poles, too, will have to look .. There, even so, at least differently, from the Lida region the distance is almost the same. By the way, under the Neman in the region of Sovetsk there was a little tunnel, smugglers. The electric cart went. Border guards accidentally burned, about 4 years ago.
  3. Same lech
    Same lech 18 August 2017 12: 26
    +4
    It would be necessary to get the arrogance from this prime minister ...
    to reduce by an order of magnitude the transit of our goods through the ports of LITHUANIA ...
    and you see, we give them money to earn, and they are impudent, spitting our backs into quiet things ...
    no harder would be needed with such shots.
    1. Logall
      Logall 18 August 2017 13: 01
      +16
      The whole problem is: the more painful we make Lithuania, the more difficult it will be, already difficult, the life of Russians not citizens ...
      1. sharp-lad
        sharp-lad 18 August 2017 18: 31
        +1
        Are you sure about that? I myself live in Latvia, life here is no worse for us than ordinary Latvians. It’s just more difficult to get into Russian power and that’s basically all. At the expense of the local, Latvian language ... so having lived not a dozen years, you could learn at least at the conversational level! Latvians, for the most part, understand Russian, almost half speak Russian fluently with Russians ... we are not worse than Latvians .... though, for 20-30 we still can’t learn to speak, read and write with errors request .
      2. Nikolai Grek
        Nikolai Grek 19 August 2017 15: 48
        +4
        Quote: Logall
        The whole problem is: the more painful we make Lithuania, the more difficult it will be, already difficult, the life of Russians not citizens ...


        wassat generally a very interesting position ... like like with hohland right now .. they have a 90% adequate population and it is for Russia, but everyone is sitting on the priest exactly .. and the authorities use this to blackmail Russia !!! fellow it's time to abandon this stereotype ... whoever doesn’t like it, let them move to Russia, the rest is their problem !!! if we are going to consider all our steps from the perspective of "and what could become of the" Russian population "on foreign territory, then we won’t be able to take a step anywhere !!! laughing and finally it’s worth a thorough look and analyze, and is it Russian there still population ??? !!! wassat lol lol lol out below, one unsubscribed that he lives no worse than Latvians .... so all Russophobia, fascism, problems of non-citizens in pro-Baltic states, etc., etc. are not particularly embarrassed! lol lol lol
        1. Logall
          Logall 19 August 2017 23: 34
          +14
          You read what he writes! Do you normally understand him? From one national battalion?
          1. Nikolai Grek
            Nikolai Grek 19 August 2017 23: 40
            +4
            Quote: Logall
            You read what he writes! Do you normally understand him? From one national battalion?


            wassat normally I read it ... nothing particularly doesn’t bother him to live there .... and I told you about it .... are you worried about some kind of "Russian" problems that you yourself are worried about these problems !!! lol lol lol
            1. Logall
              Logall 19 August 2017 23: 46
              +14
              Spell:
              Latvians, the bulk of the Russian mean

              R A Z U M E U T !!! I have heard such words, only from Ukrainians. But never read. So RUSSIANS do not write.
              1. Nikolai Grek
                Nikolai Grek 20 August 2017 00: 08
                +4
                Quote: Logall
                Spell:
                Latvians, the bulk of the Russian mean

                R A Z U M E U T !!! I have heard such words, only from Ukrainians. But never read. So RUSSIANS do not write.


                wassat laughing aaaaaaaa ... you about it !!! lol pardon me!!! drinks yes, hell knows them .... maybe it’s really someone from the “Russian” Latvians who has already screwed up in this pro-Baltic ... but we can also see .. who will now take them apart !!!! laughing laughing laughing
  4. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 18 August 2017 12: 30
    +8
    "In the eastern states" (Russia, Belarus - approx. VO) political decisions are often made without regard to economic interests

    And it says the representative of a country that, to the detriment of its economic interests, is trying to build the remaining economy on politics? He would have been silent already and would not have climbed into a strange monastery with his own charter.
    1. Logall
      Logall 18 August 2017 12: 43
      +17
      Money does not go to ports, that’s nonsense, from hopelessness ...
      1. Was mammoth
        Was mammoth 18 August 2017 15: 59
        +1
        Quote: Logall
        Money does not go to ports, that’s nonsense, from hopelessness ..

        They are in chocolate. News must be read wink
        "The Lithuania’s assistance plan for Ukraine, which is being developed by the EU, envisages annual economic support for reforms in the country from the EU in the amount of at least 5 billion euros ..." Further: https://news.rambler.ru/world/37680079/?utm_conte
        nt = news & utm_medium = read_more & utm_source = c
        opylink
        Ah, you: "Klaipeda, Klaipeda ...."
  5. avt
    avt 18 August 2017 12: 31
    +8
    The head of the Lithuanian Cabinet of Ministers also noted that “in the eastern states” (Russia, Belarus - approx. VO), political decisions are often made without regard to economic interests.
    bully Who's mooing that !? Those who happily ahead of everyone lowering their pants and lifting their skirts before the Poles ran to buy American liquefied gas ?? bully
    Because of this, according to him, “Lithuanian politicians should also be proactive so that Belarusian goods continue to go along Lithuanian railways to the port of Klaipeda”.
    bully Well, it’s understandable, Butska was given a 50% discount on Russian Railways, but for the time being he is turning his face. Maybe it’s waiting for super nishtyakov from the Baltic states, or maybe it just ,, diversifies, "well, according to an old habit, wiggles backwards .... a good gas cadre. However, the GDP has proposed to him that they do not refuse - do you want to process cheap Russian oil further? - export through Russia for export (again, we will calculate how much and where it flows away bully ,, Trust but check "), and the transportation costs are completely compensated for yourself. Do not want to? Well, there will definitely be a second branch of the Marlezon Ballet, where the gentlemen do not invite ladies, but completely fuck themselves up.
  6. rasputin17
    rasputin17 18 August 2017 12: 36
    +3
    One gets the impression that the prime minister against the background of Russophobia completely blown away the roof !!! When were the bees against honey ??? Indeed, now Lithuania’s lost money will flow to the treasury of Minsk !!! Well fabulous idiots !!!! laughing
    1. Kurare
      Kurare 18 August 2017 12: 47
      +3
      Quote: rasputin17
      Indeed, now Lithuania’s lost money will flow to the treasury of Minsk !!!

      This is where the dog is buried. If you look at the situation soberly, without political background, then the use of the Baltic ports in Minsk is also due to the fact that a large number of "Belarusian" companies that are engaged in this business are registered in Lithuania! These people have their own specific lobby in Minsk. When working with Russian ports, these companies simply simply become unnecessary and will have to be opened, most likely, in Russia and Belarus!

      There is a double benefit for Russia: loading ports and tax revenues of companies registered in Russia. But Belarus will not remain without additional profit. And a little “push” of Belarusians to such a decision is absolutely legitimate and necessary!
      1. rasputin17
        rasputin17 18 August 2017 13: 05
        +3
        Quote: Kurare
        . And a little “push” of Belarusians to such a decision is absolutely legitimate and necessary!

        Analyzing the current situation, we can confidently assume that it is in this scenario that events are now developing! hi You are not far from the truth!
  7. MoJloT
    MoJloT 18 August 2017 12: 36
    0
    An intelligent man in his place would be silent and not blather.
    1. vkl.47
      vkl.47 18 August 2017 12: 45
      0
      Well, this is a clever man who keeps silent and dukak grinds. Meli emelya, your week
  8. Chetov Sergey Vladimirovich
    Chetov Sergey Vladimirovich 18 August 2017 12: 42
    0
    Envy and only time to get rid of these nonhumans long ago.
  9. seregatara1969
    seregatara1969 18 August 2017 12: 50
    0
    Saulius Skvernalis
    our ports have been defiled - winters then no right now
  10. Masya masya
    Masya masya 18 August 2017 12: 50
    +4
    As recently as the 15th of this month ...
    "At a meeting of the Latvian-Russian intergovernmental commission, Latvia called on Russia to continue to use Latvian ports for the transport of goods, despite the development of its own ports." - vz
    Now they decided to go to Belarus with a petition and eerie ... Disease sick ...
    1. bouncyhunter
      bouncyhunter 18 August 2017 13: 12
      +3
      Dorusophobia ... lol
  11. XXXIII
    XXXIII 18 August 2017 12: 54
    +1
    The mistake was corrupted, if you compensate for Old Man’s failures in the budget of Belarus, he will certainly listen to your point of view! tongue In the meantime, for now, you can advise him on the current, because the oil in Belarus is not only Russian. Put on your attempts ..... wassat
  12. VadimSt
    VadimSt 18 August 2017 13: 37
    0
    Western politicians and journalists have the most urgent business in the morning, what else to warn, surprise or scare the world, while mentioning Russia!
    1. Irik yar
      Irik yar 19 August 2017 10: 49
      0
      That's just on the sites of our media all about Syria, Ukraine and what is happening in the West, but, for example, only vain is mentioned about the situation in our economy.
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  14. Berkut24
    Berkut24 18 August 2017 14: 25
    +1
    The head of the Lithuanian Cabinet of Ministers also noted that “in the eastern states” (Russia, Belarus - approx. VO), political decisions are often made without regard to economic interests.

    Yeah, but the expensive terminal for receiving expensive liquefied natural gas from an expensive country in the Baltic states, therefore, bought solely for economic reasons! And how can conscience allow them to handle the transshipment of enemy cargo?
  15. Alexander Abdrakhmanov
    Alexander Abdrakhmanov 18 August 2017 15: 48
    0
    Lithuania's nonsense is understandable, money will go past Latvia. What they just do not think about, they change the weather so that the oil just does not freeze and runs on rails through Latvia. When I was from Varandey, oil was transported from the shore of the Barents Sea from the 90s, I didn’t see that the oil in the tankers froze. Only icebreakers walked, dispersed ice from tankers. Still there was no modern terminal. Let them not make noise, they live and they get profit from their economy.
  16. APASUS
    APASUS 18 August 2017 17: 21
    0
    Damn, how naive children?
    Sitting on the back of Russia and screaming in her ear that she is a criminal, tyrant and despot, and when Russia turned away it turned out that she needed her goods. It's time to introduce duties on goods transported through this adder !!!
    I would write right away that Russia is Putin’s homeland, then everything was clear, otherwise they would stretch the canoe about freezing ports
  17. sgazeev
    sgazeev 18 August 2017 19: 15
    +2
    Well, the snob at this Fel. good
  18. Shender
    Shender 18 August 2017 19: 15
    +1
    Unite Pinocchio in the photo)))
    “In January - July 2017, the volume of cargo transportation by Lithuanian railways increased by 6,5% to 28,99 million tons compared to the same period last year. Of these, the transit of oil products through Klaipeda port amounted to 1,224 million tons."
    What else does he need?
    PS To each labus on a bus)))
  19. megadeth
    megadeth 18 August 2017 20: 24
    0
    The mongers of the FSA will not calm down ...
  20. MA3031SWL
    MA3031SWL 18 August 2017 22: 59
    0
    Labasna completely crap. Even pay attention to these freaks is not worth it. Let Dahl suck on them further (Although, she, in fact, is a lesbian, because she stood for Hillary), Well, it’s a lie to someone, what's the difference. Everything is sexy :)
  21. LeonidL
    LeonidL 19 August 2017 06: 42
    +2
    Thought, thought and invented! ... And a little mind, weak.
  22. Zomanus
    Zomanus 19 August 2017 08: 07
    +1
    No, well, that's right dude says.
    He works for his country, you also take this into account.
  23. neoshef
    neoshef 19 August 2017 10: 13
    0
    What else can a politician with a surname foul say?
  24. Irik yar
    Irik yar 19 August 2017 10: 42
    0
    Of course, he is cunning for the sake of maintaining his economy, but there is nothing criminal in that.
  25. irazum
    irazum 19 August 2017 12: 48
    0
    Full. How else?
  26. mult-65
    mult-65 19 August 2017 16: 06
    0
    And his mug is bad.
  27. gm9019
    gm9019 19 August 2017 18: 22
    0
    Skvernalis is a speaking surname, however .. lol
  28. Yeti
    Yeti 19 August 2017 21: 29
    +2
    Belarus lives at the expense of Russia. It's not a secret. Maybe only for some Belarusians. Therefore, Russia has every right to dictate routes. Russian oil. The price is also nowhere lower. Therefore, the whisper of the Baltic states must comply with subordination. Only after Russia. Especially considering the population. Which is below the seedy regions of Russia.
  29. 3 Gradient
    3 Gradient 19 August 2017 22: 41
    +1
    Which ... nasty ...
    This Fel ....
    And the nose ... "Duck" ....
    Such in Lietuv and Greater Europe ... heap ... things ...
    Like Gogol’s ....
    "Let me go on the big road ... And give the knife in hand ...
    Kill! "
  30. Evil 55
    Evil 55 20 August 2017 14: 31
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    Well, with such a surname-Skvernalis, only terrible tales with mothers to write and about maniacs to tell ..
  31. myobius59
    myobius59 21 August 2017 18: 38
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    As there in one film, "Fu, what a disgusting face!" .Toli did not get enough sleep, or he didn’t get enough.
    1. myobius59
      myobius59 21 August 2017 18: 40
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      It’s written either together or separately. Well, just in case, I wrote it like that.