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Russia is ready to fulfill the dream of the Baltics

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Recently, in the most of our western region, two new TPPs were launched at once. The ceremony was attended personally by Vladimir Putin. The opening of new thermal power plants is not just an important event for the Kaliningrad region. This is part of a real political detective story.


Despite the fact that the USSR collapsed even 27 years ago, the process of disintegration of the former empire continues to this day. And often it is based on political, not economic, motives, which is very noticeable in our relations with the Baltic States.

The desire of neighbors to isolate themselves from Russia is becoming increasingly self-destructive. For example, the exit from the BRELL energy ring (Belarus, Russia, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia) to abandon totalitarian Russian electricity in favor of more democratic European electricity. The final break should occur in the 2025 year.

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  1. Spartanez300
    Spartanez300 6 March 2018 09: 46
    +7
    Let no one cry No. .
    1. Reptiloid
      Reptiloid 6 March 2018 10: 02
      +15
      The Russian Federation has now taken almost everything from them. !!. They cried and apparently decided to take revenge on electricity. And our ----....... deceived them so ugly!
      1. Shurik70
        Shurik70 26 March 2018 21: 57
        0
        Well, yes, they wanted to offend Kaliningrad
    2. privateer2000
      privateer2000 7 March 2018 14: 07
      +2
      here they are ... then they all thought that the Russian teddy bear is zoo-like. and it turns out to be a real BEAR, and can stand up for it. KS2000,)
    3. dustycat
      dustycat 9 March 2018 08: 04
      +1
      It’s funny to hear about the European Economic Community.
      But doesn’t the land of pro-balts have land borders with the EU?
      Underwater cable you can’t flood a lot of electricity.
      Very expensive.
      Of course, it’s enough to light the houses of members of parliament.
      But how will they filter 8% (and an increase of about 0,5% per year) of electricity coming to the EU from Russia?
      Despite the fact that in the EU itself there is a specific shortage of electricity.
      1. Irena_2
        Irena_2 16 March 2018 22: 45
        +1
        If not, but with Poland, look carefully at the map opposite to us. Point Taurage (Lithuania), exactly between Belarus (Grodno) and Kaliningradsk. In the Baltics, we are talking about laying a power cable along the bottom of the sea from Sweden (Kazakh Estonians). The Baltic states and Poles have already agreed not to buy electricity with the new Belarus. NPP (70 km. From Vilnius). I believe that it is a great audacity to build a nuclear power plant near a foreign capital. Would be built next to Minsk. Therefore, (quite justifiably) the neighbors will not buy the electrons of Belarusians. The same thing will happen if they build nuclear power plants in Kaliningrad, it’s a lot for the region, neighbors won’t buy it, and Poland and Lithuania will not allow them to transfer to the Russian Federation, they will also be disconnected from our electric networks.
        1. Vkd dvk
          Vkd dvk 24 March 2018 21: 29
          +1
          Quote: Irena_2
          If not, but with Poland, look carefully at the map opposite to us. Point Taurage (Lithuania), exactly between Belarus (Grodno) and Kaliningradsk. In the Baltics, we are talking about laying a power cable along the bottom of the sea from Sweden (Kazakh Estonians). The Baltic states and Poles have already agreed not to buy electricity with the new Belarus. NPP (70 km. From Vilnius). I believe that it is a great audacity to build a nuclear power plant near a foreign capital. Would be built next to Minsk. Therefore, (quite justifiably) the neighbors will not buy the electrons of Belarusians. The same thing will happen if they build nuclear power plants in Kaliningrad, it’s a lot for the region, neighbors won’t buy it, and Poland and Lithuania will not allow them to transfer to the Russian Federation, they will also be disconnected from our electric networks.

          To build a power plant on your own territory is a normal occurrence. Moreover, it is quite on the border, 10 meters from the control-track strip. Dissatisfied can move the capital to any place. This is their sovereign right.
        2. utyutkin
          utyutkin 27 March 2018 21: 59
          +2
          you see the deeply respected irena2 the choice of the place for the construction of the white nuclear power plant is largely dictated by the fact that at the closure of the ignalina nuclear power plant the lithuanian government not only refused to take the nuclear power plant to Russia (this already does not fit into any framework!), it was also decided to bury the nuclear power plant 4 kilometers from the border with rb. and no matter how much the rb government did not request to at least bury them away no one in lithuania even scratched themselves. for now RB is building a Bel AES 70km from Vilnius :)! I think the conclusion is obvious - if you want to be heard, learn to listen to others :)
      2. Anatoly R
        Anatoly R 21 March 2018 12: 43
        0
        dustycat Quote: But how will they filter 8% (and growth of about 0,5% per year) of electricity coming to the EU from Russia?

        Like a piya dill. Reverse, twice as expensive.
  2. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 6 March 2018 09: 46
    +15
    Yes, he’s buried both in the Tribaltica and in the Outskirts ... we are undressing our own housing and communal services for the elderly .. soon, too, we will have to refuse heat and electric energy! and they’re digging out a mote in a stranger’s eye ... pah ...
    1. Monar
      Monar 6 March 2018 10: 16
      +6
      And "soon" in your opinion, when?
    2. Vkd dvk
      Vkd dvk 24 March 2018 21: 32
      0
      Quote: Andrew Y.
      Yes, he’s buried both in the Tribaltica and in the Outskirts ... we are undressing our own housing and communal services for the elderly .. soon, too, we will have to refuse heat and electric energy! and they’re digging out a mote in a stranger’s eye ... pah ...

      Instead of moaning about, it's nice to change the chaff in the head. And to understand that we went with this housing and communal services in Soviet times, falling into the trap of hopelessness. Is not the gyrus moving. you don’t understand that when a thing has 180 owners (180 apartment buildings) there will never be order. The owner should be only one. But your red flag of the USSR will make you aware that it was the USSR that drove us all into this breakthrough.
      1. Cossack 471
        Cossack 471 24 March 2018 22: 57
        0
        The USSR gave the majority of the people housing. and for 27 years of capitalism, they have not learned how to keep this housing in good repair. We have 64-10 out of 12 apartments in the house for a meeting. the rest believe that "someone should" run for them
        1. Vkd dvk
          Vkd dvk 25 March 2018 10: 58
          0
          Quote: Cossack 471
          The USSR gave the majority of the people housing. and for 27 years of capitalism, they have not learned how to keep this housing in good repair. We have 64-10 out of 12 apartments in the house for a meeting. the rest believe that "someone should" run for them

          There is no free anywhere, never and no one. Cat Matroskin understood that before you buy something, you first need to sell it. A two-generation family paid 23 rubles from each salary, monthly for a “free” apartment.
          This is the data of the newspaper "Arguments and Facts" for 80 years. This is in addition to all utility bills. How? The state, without investing substantial money in everyone’s wages, withdrew to pioneer camps, motels, hospitals, etc. According to the newspaper, the average salary was 511 rubles, but 155 were handed in hand. Thus, the apartments were repeatedly paid, but in property did not pass so. Fate will leave the family from their homes - the apartment, paid many times, was given to the state. And in a new place everything started all over again. And living in private homes? They also did not receive their 23 per month. But they lived in houses built by grandparents. How many people did not send children to pioneer camps, did not go to sanatoriums, did not lie in hospitals. And they paid.
          1. utyutkin
            utyutkin 27 March 2018 22: 23
            +1
            "There is no free anywhere, never and no one." - this is certainly true! but ... apparently you weren’t there yet so you don’t understand what you are writing about. first there was such a thing as a “hegemon” :). So this very hegemon, having received 155 rubles of salary, could quite easily run into the director of this factory with the most serious consequences for the latter. so maybe somewhere the workers were paid 155 rubles, but in fact the salaries were much higher. this time. secondly, for a two-room apartment, we paid about 25 rubles FOR EVERYTHING! (these are all payments for a month) the meter was only for electricity and not everyone :) in the third, the fare in public transport cost 5 kopecks :). and the dollar - 64 kopecks, by the way, the apartment could be exchanged in case of moving. Nobody just gave them away to the state. and if he gave it away, then only if they were guaranteed new free housing in a new place :) and there were also cooperative apartments :) and about the camps, they were paid for at the expense of the trade union. it’s just that in those days the economy worked much more efficiently and the officials did not have accounts in Swiss banks. Yes it is.
  3. Masya masya
    Masya masya 6 March 2018 10: 09
    +13
    The straws were laid on time, and the triebalt should be drowned at least with bile ... they wanted it ...
  4. Avis-bis
    Avis-bis 6 March 2018 10: 24
    +14
    Fools. From the USSR, the current states inherited a unified energy system, which allows the transfer of electricity when it is in short supply somewhere. And these "oxygen shut off" themselves.
    1. antivirus
      antivirus 7 March 2018 15: 47
      +4
      I’m more worried about differential sit-en-en on Far East and Sakhalin.
      How are they built there?
      1. Berdan
        Berdan 7 March 2018 20: 08
        +3
        Under construction, be calm. "At Sakhalin GRES-2, the installation of generating equipment was completed." http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/104531/
        1. antivirus
          antivirus 7 March 2018 22: 05
          +1
          are being built?
          But who will compensate for the difference in tariffs from the beginning of the 90s?
          how to return those who left and go to + growth from 90 g (with the completion of the failure of the 90s)?
          1. Berdan
            Berdan 7 March 2018 22: 24
            +5
            So you decide what worries you more: lack of energy or is everything gone? And I think so: there will be conditions for life and work, people will return. But this is a completely different story.
            1. antivirus
              antivirus 7 March 2018 22: 26
              0
              what fell something disappeared
              and what raised, then returned to use

              one story, if you throw out 10-15% of your salary or health in the mud?
      2. Irena_2
        Irena_2 16 March 2018 22: 25
        +1
        Two diesel power plants are being built on Sakhalin with a capacity sufficient to meet the needs of the island.
  5. Some kind of compote
    Some kind of compote 6 March 2018 12: 48
    +15
    Let him do
  6. uskrabut
    uskrabut 6 March 2018 15: 47
    +3
    Nuclear power plants must be built in the Kaliningrad region. You look, the European partners will behave more decently and the Americans will be asked to clean up their sin.
    1. Irena_2
      Irena_2 16 March 2018 22: 51
      0
      For whom to build it? The region does not need so much, there is nobody to sell and it is impossible to transport to the Russian Federation, Lithuanians are disconnected from the electric networks common with the Russian Federation.
      1. Vkd dvk
        Vkd dvk 24 March 2018 21: 36
        0
        Quote: Irena_2
        For whom to build it? The region does not need so much, there is nobody to sell and it is impossible to transport to the Russian Federation, Lithuanians are disconnected from the electric networks common with the Russian Federation.

        But aren't there reactors with capacities suitable for a small area? No? We will design. Let's make it. To transport fuel to the region in thousands of tons? Better than 30 years old, modern reactors such as nuclear fuel. In a car.
  7. Sergey Suvorov Ria
    Sergey Suvorov Ria 6 March 2018 18: 59
    +5
    I have only one question: why didn’t they print money and find a Russian contractor for the construction of these TPPs ... after all, these are salaries to builders and the purchase of components from our factories, and this is money that would then be returned to our economy through shops, taxes - and this in turn is a new influx of "blood" of our long-suffering economy and its growth! ...... the economic block of the Russian government, in my opinion, should be firmly cleaned up after the elections, because Russia can no longer work in the current realities, but must develop, as Putin said!
  8. mydanik
    mydanik 6 March 2018 19: 05
    0
    It is necessary to answer tougher for NATO in the Baltic states of Russia. For a long time it was necessary to build a nuclear power plant in Kaliningrad at the border of Lithuania and Poland. And cut off all ties with the Baltic states. NATO’s path and thinks how to build stations and provide energy. Although everyone knows that the Baltic states are not guilty, that Russia is weak. We are dictated what to do and there is no one to protect. The main thing is to the detriment of Russia. Spit on people. Let me remind you that in Latvia 41% of the Russian-speaking population.
  9. tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 6 March 2018 20: 38
    +2
    To evil grandmother frostbitten ears!
  10. Vyacheslav Kononov
    Vyacheslav Kononov 7 March 2018 16: 05
    +5
    Zadolbali all of us who are not lazy. Humpbacked reptile crap the whole country.
  11. rehev931
    rehev931 7 March 2018 22: 54
    0
    neighbors, they are !!! either fight or move !!!
  12. Plombeer
    Plombeer 8 March 2018 12: 38
    0
    A strange article, with a headline on the common energy system and its strengthening, and an article on disconnecting the Baltic states in favor of the EU energy system. So, if it is already known that with 2025 of the year there is a complete gap, then why additional power ?. More smacks of the theme * energy independence of a separate territory of the Kaliningrad region.
    1. NF68
      NF68 8 March 2018 23: 51
      0
      Quote: Plumbeer
      A strange article, with a headline on the common energy system and its strengthening, and an article on disconnecting the Baltic states in favor of the EU energy system. So, if it is already known that with 2025 of the year there is a complete gap, then why additional power ?. More smacks of the theme * energy independence of a separate territory of the Kaliningrad region.


      Even if in the Baltics they decide to abandon cheaper Russian electricity in favor of suppliers from the EU, Russia will not lose anything by this, as it will gradually, albeit slowly, but Russian industry will develop that will need this electricity, or they will come to their senses in the Baltic countries. Even if not right away. These 3 countries are not so rich in order to buy more expensive electricity in the EU for a long time. Or someone from other EU countries can think with their own mind that at least part of the electricity can be purchased from Russia.
      1. Senior manager
        Senior manager 11 March 2018 15: 50
        0
        The Skakuasas already tried to buy gas from the friendly Geyropa, they didn’t even like it, although the gas is so uncommunized and tasty. It will turn out similarly with electricity for the Tribaltics. Tailwind !!!
      2. Vkd dvk
        Vkd dvk 24 March 2018 21: 47
        0
        Quote: NF68
        Quote: Plumbeer
        A strange article, with a headline on the common energy system and its strengthening, and an article on disconnecting the Baltic states in favor of the EU energy system. So, if it is already known that with 2025 of the year there is a complete gap, then why additional power ?. More smacks of the theme * energy independence of a separate territory of the Kaliningrad region.


        Even if in the Baltics they decide to abandon cheaper Russian electricity in favor of suppliers from the EU, Russia will not lose anything by this, as it will gradually, albeit slowly, but Russian industry will develop that will need this electricity, or they will come to their senses in the Baltic countries. Even if not right away. These 3 countries are not so rich in order to buy more expensive electricity in the EU for a long time. Or someone from other EU countries can think with their own mind that at least part of the electricity can be purchased from Russia.

        The Baltic states have long been hanging on the EU Kukan. And nowhere. Greece is an example. Farmers were paid 780 euros for each olive tree cut down. Now in a general stream, buy Italian olive oil. Bulgarians uprooted tomatoes. Half of the USSR ate them. What the hell a competitor to produce. It was we who kept every blog at our own expense. The EU tear three skins from them. What frankly glad.
  13. NF68
    NF68 8 March 2018 23: 46
    +1
    The desire of neighbors to isolate themselves from Russia is becoming increasingly suicidal. For example, exit from the energy ring of BRELL (Belarus, Russia, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia) in order to abandon totalitarian Russian electricity in favor of a more democratic European one. The final break should happen in 2025 year.


    This is called so: "I will buy a ticket to travel by tram, bus or something else there, and I myself will go on foot to the harsh conductor on foot."
  14. germs
    germs 10 March 2018 20: 42
    0
    normal market relations - where they want and buy electricity there. Tribalts, however, are thought to be: European electricity, albeit expensive, but of better quality, is getting better and more correct there. Well, if they can afford it, then why not :)
    1. NF68
      NF68 11 March 2018 18: 26
      0
      Quote: germes
      normal market relations - where they want and buy electricity there. Tribalts, however, are thought to be: European electricity, albeit expensive, but of better quality, is getting better and more correct there. Well, if they can afford it, then why not :)


      That's right.
  15. vkfriendly
    vkfriendly 11 March 2018 14: 08
    0
    And the most important thing is that their rulers, the Western Sixes, are muddying, and the people are suffering. But he is silent, meaning he likes to stand in that position.
  16. edelweiss
    edelweiss 14 March 2018 17: 18
    0
    They wanted independence the very first in the USSR and got it and let it live as they want now, this is their headache and transit had to be allowed through their ports for a long time so as not to feed them a freebie.
  17. begemot20091
    begemot20091 24 March 2018 12: 49
    0
    Quote: Irena_2
    If not, but with Poland, look carefully at the map opposite to us. Point Taurage (Lithuania), exactly between Belarus (Grodno) and Kaliningradsk. In the Baltics, we are talking about laying a power cable along the bottom of the sea from Sweden (Kazakh Estonians). The Baltic states and Poles have already agreed not to buy electricity with the new Belarus. NPP (70 km. From Vilnius). I believe that it is a great audacity to build a nuclear power plant near a foreign capital. Would be built next to Minsk. Therefore, (quite justifiably) the neighbors will not buy the electrons of Belarusians. The same thing will happen if they build nuclear power plants in Kaliningrad, it’s a lot for the region, neighbors won’t buy it, and Poland and Lithuania will not allow them to transfer to the Russian Federation, they will also be disconnected from our electric networks.

    then it will be cheaper for us. enough parasites to feed.
  18. usador12
    usador12 28 March 2018 12: 08
    0
    what article? about nothing. just to shake the air. the author is wretched, if only to show off