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Russia dictates the terms of the European Union (Niezalezna.pl, Poland)

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Russia dictates the terms of the European Union (Niezalezna.pl, Poland)
Moscow has been delaying ratification of its treaty with the World Trade Organization (WTO) with the help of various legal tricks all the time. At the same time, she is preparing to transfer the costs of her choice to other countries. Including the European Union.

Before 4 in July, Russia had to ratify the treaty with the WTO and become - at least theoretically, a normal partner in the global market.

However, after 18 years of negotiations, ratification was postponed for two weeks. Despite the fact that Russia joins the organization on very favorable terms (according to some Russian experts), it works all the time to ensure that someone else pays for its entry costs. Recently, the European Union decided that he would have to pay it. The main condition for entry into the WTO is the reduction of customs barriers. As it was previously established, in the first two years after accession to the WTO, Russian customs rates will remain almost unchanged. Only later will be reduced duties on industrial goods (from 11% to 8,2%), as well as on some consumer goods.

The contract with the WTO is including long lists with the names of several thousand products and the precise definition of customs rates, as well as their changes. In Brussels, they realized that Russia perceives its duties rather narrowly. The WTO principle of the abolition of customs barriers and the development of world trade concerns, in its opinion, only the listed goods, Russia wants to impose duties and payments on several tens of thousands of others.

The agreement with the WTO is accompanied by agreements with the EU, called transitional (until the time of the signing of a “correspondingly serious treatise”). The Commission itself noticed what was seen earlier - how Moscow treats foreign partners on the occasion of a number of bans on the import of various types of agricultural products, which is absolutely contrary to the principles of the WTO.
“True, the European Commission demanded that Russia immediately lift all restrictions, but its possibilities of ensuring the protection of the interests of consumers and producers in the EU (...) are rather limited,” writes the trade commission. Consequently, Russia will be admitted to the EU market (which has collective membership in the WTO) on the principles of organization, in return, without taking on any obligations.

Moscow is particularly important expansion in the telecommunications and financial markets of the European Union. In exchange, she proposes to let investors in after nine years, and under certain conditions (in particular, foreign capital can not be more than 50% of total banking capital).

One can only express admiration for the perseverance and consistency with which Russia protects its market, but for us this means the real danger of the uncontrolled expansion of Russian banks and firms in our country.

True, the WTO has mechanisms for resolving disputes, but this would mean precisely a dispute with Russia and putting pressure on it to adhere to the principles. 15 years ago, the famous Russian human rights defender Sergey Kovalev on the occasion of Russia's accession to the Council of Europe called for such actions from Europe. Since then, Russia has fought two Chechen wars, one with Georgia, adopted anti-terrorism legislation significantly restricting civil liberties, and falsified parliamentary and presidential elections. No one in Europe dared to put pressure on her.

According to the former Deputy Foreign Minister, MP from PiS, Krzysztof Schersky, the negotiations on the terms of the trade agreement between the EU and Russia indicate that the European Union already provides it with special conditions.
- In Europe there is a mythic conviction about the enormous significance of the Russian market and Russian politics. This leads to the fact that the EU does not require from Russia what was required of other states, but simply gives it a privileged position, says Krzysztof Schersky.
The MP from PiS emphasizes that the contracts concluded between the EU and Russia are not symmetrical, and the principle of the preferred partner dominates the negotiations.
- In addition, from the point of view of the EU member states that have business in Russia, this form of contracts that go beyond the accepted principles seems to be beneficial. This is a blow to all political norms, ”Krzysztof Schersky sums up.
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  1. kuzmich
    kuzmich 6 July 2012 09: 18
    +10
    One can only express admiration for the perseverance and consistency with which Russia protects its market, but for us this means the real danger of the uncontrolled expansion of Russian banks and firms in our country.
    killed crying
    1. Lech e-mine
      Lech e-mine 6 July 2012 09: 30
      +12
      SERGEY KOVALEV
      this human rights nech ... must be a hero for the Poles
      1. 755962
        755962 6 July 2012 10: 00
        +6
        WTO accession may be delayedThe Constitutional Court did not decide on the case of Russia joining the WTO at an open hearing on July 3. The State Duma’s regulation provides that when one fifth of all deputies (as in this case) applies to the Constitutional Court, the ratification process is suspended, but the meeting on ratification of the treaty scheduled for July 10 has not been canceled. A series of mass protests against Russia's accession WTO, organized by both parliamentary and non-systemic opposition.

        But the activity of parliamentarians and social discontent are not the main obstacle to the adoption of the document. According to political analyst Boris Kagarlitsky, lobbying groups have been formed among Russian businessmen and regional elites that are negatively inclined to join the WTO. Therefore, with the help of legal tricks, the ratification process can be delayed until the fall.
        1. Facturin
          Facturin 6 July 2012 10: 15
          +19
          Membership is not required to import any rubbish into the country, but so far we have nothing to export. Well, and to which member do we need to? .. And so we have already played up to democracy! ..
          1. pu
            pu 6 July 2012 11: 52
            +9
            Facturin,
            Yes, it has been going on since those times, from the time of ebenshchiny, when we entered anywhere; just to enter! And now it seems like they have seen: - and we need it ???
          2. Dmitry23RUS
            Dmitry23RUS 6 July 2012 12: 02
            +10
            The Psheks stupidly pissed off the industry, and they are starting to foam, Putin is doing everything wisely, objectively approached the issue, and the full effect of the terms of the WTO agreement will begin only in 2018, we will enter gradually, and this will benefit the state.
            And the Psheks entered immediately. stupidly signing all the documents, and in a couple of years all their enterprises and plants were closed, right now only western companies work there, nothing of their own is done in essence. (the only exception is the food industry, but it is all subordinate to the West).
            Putin took into account the experience of stupid neighbors and decided not to repeat their mistakes.
            1. Sherlock
              Sherlock 6 July 2012 16: 32
              +7
              "Russia dictates conditions to the European Union ..." This is just a well-forgotten old thing, since the kings it was so customary. A herd of devouring dwarfs fancies themselves the navel of the earth! And Poland seems to think of itself as a great power! Bredyatina ceases to be languid, it's time to put things in order.
            2. Teploteh - nick
              Teploteh - nick 6 July 2012 19: 02
              +9
              Quote: Dmitry23RUS
              The Psheks stupidly pissed off the industry, and they are starting to foam, Putin is doing everything wisely, objectively approached the issue, and the full effect of the terms of the WTO agreement will begin only in 2018, we will enter gradually, and this will benefit the state.

              yes good drinks
      2. AlexxxNik
        AlexxxNik 6 July 2012 14: 20
        0
        there is mutual and unconditional love, I have always been touched by the tender and forgiving attitude of our "midfielders" to this "victim" of the occupation
    2. Alexey Prikazchikov
      6 July 2012 12: 34
      +4
      Blyaa Brytan is the same Poles, they are all on their head ... fucked up, having them that they consider themselves Europeans, we are cattle, and the WTO and Europeans do not even consider them to be our own and often use it, look, by the way, how much they lived
      1. dedroid71
        dedroid71 7 July 2012 05: 39
        0
        Not very clear figures are given. For Ukraine, gas, if my memory serves me right, is $ 425 per 1000 m ^ 3. (at the beginning of 2012). This is open data. I was not interested in other countries. But already such a big skew is surprising
  2. Sakhalininsk
    Sakhalininsk 6 July 2012 09: 22
    +15
    Another pshek sang his favorite tirade about the damned maskols and the eastern threat ... as you read the translations of the Polish press, one gets the impression that these limitrophes really need to be fenced off from the whole world and hung with a signboard "Psychiatric hospital named after Rzecz Pospolita".
    1. Odinplys
      Odinplys 6 July 2012 09: 38
      +6
      Quote: Sakhalininets
      Rzecz Pospolita Psychiatric Hospital.


      Such a definition ... the spoiled Slavs have not heard ... patent until no one has appropriated ...
      Pshek cannot reconcile ... they set the Zionists backside ... and Russia has privileges ...
      Will have to come to terms ... when the Russian Empire says ..
      1. dedroid71
        dedroid71 7 July 2012 05: 45
        0
        Haha. +. "And then the bear came ..."
    2. Juga
      Juga 6 July 2012 10: 19
      +10
      And I liked the article, because we should not forget that it was written for his Polish inhabitant.
      And despite this, the article does not feel the usual frenzied Polish Russophobic rhetoric, but rather consistently sets out the facts.
      There is a feeling that the author even wanted to praise Russia for a consistent position, but not right ...
      And so the main conclusion from the note is that what is allowed to Jupiter is not allowed to the bull, it’s me about the special conditions for Russia's entry into the WTO, the Poles are jealous, nobody asked them how they would be more comfortable in the WTO, in what position .. .
      Regarding the pros and cons of our entry there, this is a separate topic, until you thoroughly read all the subtleties and conditions there is nothing to talk about, there will be an unreasonable debate.
    3. saturn.mmm
      saturn.mmm 6 July 2012 10: 41
      +1
      Quote: Sakhalininets
      Psychiatric hospital. Rzecz Pospolita ".

      The Commonwealth is an allied state of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and Poland. The initiator of the creation was Poland to defend against the Teftons. It ceased to exist after the third division of the Commonwealth under Catherine the Great in 1795 and Belarus became part of the Great Russian Empire.
      1. Sakhalininsk
        Sakhalininsk 9 July 2012 04: 52
        0
        Quote: saturn.mmm
        The Commonwealth is an allied state of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and Poland. The initiator of the creation was Poland to defend against the Teftons. It ceased to exist after the third division of the Commonwealth under Catherine the Great in 1795 and Belarus became part of the Great Russian Empire.


        Thank you for the fascinating excursion into the course of school history, I did not talk about this, but only about the fact that the current representatives of the "progressive part" of the Polish population, who consider themselves and the limited education in which they live, are at least successors and worthy heirs of Stefan Batory ... in fact, they are just flawed limitrophes with limited thinking and calluses on the tongue from relentless licking of the huge backside of their overseas masters.
    4. Kaa
      Kaa 6 July 2012 12: 09
      +4
      No, the author simply considers Poland a superpower and is perplexed about this: - "In Europe, there is a mythical belief about the enormous importance of the Russian market and Russian politics."
      If not for Gazprom, Europe. in his opinion, she would buy a mythical Polish "gas", a tree from the Polish Tatras, would fill the Poles with goods at bargain prices and they would have everything in chocolate. A classic example of dissociation of personality, that is, schiza. I can imagine the world with Poland, a permanent MEMBER of the UN Security Council. Rule Poland by the seas! Anyway, think about the name of the newspaper - an independent policy (from reason, not otherwise).
  3. Igarr
    Igarr 6 July 2012 09: 37
    +9
    I read it.
    Looked - who is the author. Andrzej Lomanovsky.
    Smiled.
    The Poles, as always, are holier than the popes.
    "Oh, Pug, to know she is strong ..."

    Russia has nothing to do in the WTO. And we have been discussing this for a long time.
    1. ariy_t
      ariy_t 6 July 2012 09: 57
      0
      So the Pope is a Pole ....
      1. Armata
        Armata 6 July 2012 10: 21
        +2
        Quote: Igarr
        The Poles, as always, are holier than the Pope

        So they themselves equipped the sinner from there. So that against his background they seem holy. laughing
      2. Middle-brother
        Middle-brother 6 July 2012 10: 54
        +4
        ariy_t
        actually he is German
        1. smile
          smile 6 July 2012 16: 24
          +1
          Middle-brother
          Yeah. Mr. Ratzinger was also called the Panzercardinal ... he was especially touched by his excuses for his short service in the SS troops ... But still, we must give him his due - he turned out to be quite sane, unlike Wojtyla. who for decades led a frenzied Russophobic policy in the spirit of Brzezinski ... he would have announced a crusade, but his hands are short ... what to take from it - the Pole is the Pole.
      3. datur
        datur 6 July 2012 21: 45
        +1
        ariy_t, So after all, the Pope is a Pole ..---- not the dead. and now there is a German !! yes wink
      4. Delink
        Delink 7 July 2012 19: 52
        0
        ariy_t will correct a little.
        Now Pope Benedict XVI.
        Benedict XVI (Latin Benedictus PP. XVI, Italian Benedetto XVI, in the world Joseph Alois Ratzinger, German Joseph Alois Ratzinger; born April 16, 1927, Markt am Inn, Bavaria, Germany) - 265th Pope ( since April 19, 2005).
    2. Goga
      Goga 6 July 2012 10: 11
      +13
      Igarr - Greetings, Namesake! Pole he is Pole, it sounded especially touching - the quote - "No one in Europe dared to put pressure on her (Russia)" - that's the problem with the Poles - they themselves are scared, and there is nothing, and for them no one butting with Russia for the humiliated dares ... and also the "European Union" is called ... wassat
      1. Facturin
        Facturin 6 July 2012 10: 20
        +12
        Quote: Gogh
        especially touchingly sounded - quote - "No one in Europe dared

        This indignant Pole didn’t even understand what he called the European Union - a European ford! ... And he is not far from the truth.
        1. pu
          pu 6 July 2012 11: 54
          +7
          Facturin,
          They will cut the Poles' money allowance, they’ll not just call them Euro-ford, they’ll call them Euro-prod!
          1. chistii20
            chistii20 6 July 2012 19: 13
            +3
            Quote: pu
            They will cut the Poles' money allowance, they’ll not just call them Euro-ford, they’ll call them Euro-prod!

            Big plus for your comment (But it's true)
  4. serge
    serge 6 July 2012 09: 40
    +9
    That's because bad Russians - they are given privileged conditions so that they destroy their economy, and they are still pulling from the WTO. In general, if our enemies - the United States, Poland and Saakashvili Georgia - are for us to join the WTO, does this mean anything or not?
    1. pu
      pu 6 July 2012 11: 55
      +8
      Quote: serge
      In general, if our enemies - the USA, Poland and Saakashvili Georgia - are for us to join the WTO, say something

      This says, or rather cries out, what do we do there fucking!
  5. vorobey
    vorobey 6 July 2012 10: 18
    +6
    Author Andrzej Lomanovsky (Andrzej Łomanowski) - go fuck. and in general we have your WTO FSU. and you will get a wild market.
  6. btsypulin
    btsypulin 6 July 2012 10: 24
    +2
    Good afternoon! Well, thank God that we have not yet entered the WTO, we now need it ??? !!!
  7. alexng
    alexng 6 July 2012 10: 28
    +3
    Well, the Poles did not differ in originality in relations with Russia. They still cannot forgive us from the time of Minin and Pozharsky for having driven out of the Russian land, and this is a pathology.
  8. IRBIS
    IRBIS 6 July 2012 10: 39
    +3
    Until our economy gets to its feet, until the factories and factories in the WTO begin to work, it’s better not to climb. We’ll lose what remains and we won’t make a new one - we will simply be overwhelmed with cheap trash in bright wrappers.
  9. Curculum
    Curculum 6 July 2012 10: 46
    +1
    "However, after 18 years of negotiations, ratification was postponed for two weeks. Despite the fact that Russia joins the organization on very favorable terms (as some Russian experts believe), it is constantly working to ensure that someone else will pay the costs of joining it."- a cool conclusion. Considering that the EU states have already adopted the interpretation of accession, the author himself admits that the EU is suckers! Duc and health, there is no need to deny this.
    "In Brussels, they realized that Russia perceived its responsibilities rather narrowly."- this further emphasizes that in the capitals (Warsaw, Belgrade, etc.) - suckers.
    "There is a mythical belief in Europe about the enormous importance of the Russian market and Russian politics."- proceeding from the above, that Krzysztof Szczerski is a sucker, everything he said cannot be taken into account. It is better to let the second twin bow (the first one screeches).
  10. USNik
    USNik 6 July 2012 10: 53
    +3
    The meaning of the article in one sentence, you can not read further:
    Russia waged two Chechen wars, one with Georgia, adopted anti-terrorism legislation that significantly limited civil liberties, and rigged parliamentary and presidential elections.

    And why is Pshekam not exactly sitting? Didn't like the old picnic in the forest? You can arrange a new ...
    1. Hippopotamus
      Hippopotamus 6 July 2012 10: 57
      +7
      Not "you can", but "you must"! The dog only understands the stick!
      1. pu
        pu 6 July 2012 11: 57
        +7
        Quote: Hippo
        The dog only understands the stick

        Stick yesterday, sterilization is now in fashion!
      2. dedroid71
        dedroid71 7 July 2012 05: 57
        +1
        From experience, it is enough to swing a stone.
        PS Stone is optional
  11. Hippopotamus
    Hippopotamus 6 July 2012 10: 54
    +4
    Russia waged two Chechen wars, one with Georgia, adopted anti-terrorism legislation that significantly limited civil liberties, and falsified parliamentary and presidential elections


    Behold, a lying bitch, God forgive me!

    The article is a complete bluff, sucked from a finger!

    ... and these "people" are trying to teach us manners! ...
    1. Alexey Prikazchikov
      6 July 2012 19: 34
      0
      Very often emigrants shit on the Russian Federation, it is nice to see exceptions.
      1. Hippopotamus
        Hippopotamus 8 July 2012 11: 16
        0
        For those who shit, let them shit! Even if they gut the guts ... For Mother Russia, crushing ghouls is a common thing.
  12. gans
    gans 6 July 2012 11: 56
    +1
    had a chance to visit subland- rare ghouls
  13. btsypulin
    btsypulin 6 July 2012 12: 14
    +1
    gans, I also had a chance, if I’m not mistaken in 92m or 93m, ghouls, at the same time, regardless of age
  14. Oleg14774
    Oleg14774 6 July 2012 13: 20
    +2
    This is all window dressing, a zakanaya little article like how they are "afraid" of us and how they "don't" benefit from our entry. We do not need the WTO at the moment, we are a self-sufficient country and if we raise the economy and production, and not only be engaged in the extraction of resources, we do not need Europe in this regard now and will not be needed in the future. Amer now bite their elbows that they did not accept us in the WTO in 91-98 years. If we entered the WTO, then there was nothing left of the whole economy. and from the military, too, because many of the military-industrial complex were supported by consumer goods.

    "In general, if our enemies - the USA, Poland and Saakashvili's Georgia - are in favor of us joining the WTO, does this mean anything or not?" Just so chtoli the United States put pressure on Sahak so as not to oppose the entry of Mother Russia into the WTO ?!
  15. Konstantm
    Konstantm 6 July 2012 14: 03
    +1
    And Kovalev, that is still SUCH ... RA sub-intake. Hang people like him.
  16. Leisure
    Leisure 6 July 2012 14: 10
    0
    Enviously Poles, they were wholesale taken to the WTO, who are asking for such people.
  17. Kaa
    Kaa 6 July 2012 14: 20
    +7
    The Poles apparently remembered the statements of Otto von Bismarck. It should be noted that he was a shrewd man. This alone is worth it: "Do not hope that once you take advantage of Russia's weakness, you will receive dividends forever. Russians always come for their money. And when they come, do not rely on the Jesuit agreements you signed that supposedly justify you. They are not worth the paper. , on which they are written. Therefore, with the Russians it is worth either playing fair, or not playing at all. "
    1. Sherlock
      Sherlock 6 July 2012 16: 38
      +6
      Kaa,
      Old Otto said well! "Russians always come for their money." It's time to return everything to square one.
    2. ded
      ded 7 July 2012 00: 15
      +3
      Bismarck Otto von - aphorisms, quotes, sayings and sayings:

      Even the most favorable outcome of the war will never lead to the decomposition of the main power of Russia, which is based on millions of Russians ... These latter, even if they are dismembered by international treatises, are just as quickly reconnected with each other as particles of a cut piece of mercury ...

      Never fight with the Russians. For each of your military tricks they will respond with unpredictable stupidity.

      Preventive war against Russia - suicide due to fear of death.

      Russia is dangerous by the meagerness of its needs.

      Russians harness for a long time, but drive fast.

      "The secret of politics? To have good relations with Russia."


      Well, here are the most accurate:

      1 * The power of Russia can only be undermined by the separation of Ukraine from it ... it is necessary not only to tear off, but also to oppose Ukraine to Russia. To do this, you only need to find and nurture traitors among the elite and, with their help, change the identity of one part of the great people to such an extent that they will hate everything Russian, hate their kind, without realizing it. Everything else is a matter of time.

      2 * "There is Providence that protects idiots, alcoholics, children and the United States of America."
      1. 7 July 2012 08: 16
        0
        dedBismarck was a smart guy.

        Here are a few of his statements:
        "it's worth playing with the Russians either honestly, or not playing at all"

        "A war with Russia is a disaster for any state" (from memory).
  18. Ilyich
    Ilyich 6 July 2012 17: 48
    +4
    Abstract of the article:
    "Karrrrawll !!!!! These Russian boors want to defend their interests !!!! Well ... this is ... I don’t even know what to call it !!!" They are not only uncivilized savages, but also good They want to live! But what about us?
    Are we, bearers of high European culture? Whom are we going to rob, if Russia does not allow itself to rob ??? No, that's just outrageous! "
    Somewhere like that ... laughing
    1. valokordin
      valokordin 6 July 2012 19: 59
      +2
      Hi Ilyich, and in Ukraine I live people with the head I agree 100%
      1. Ilyich
        Ilyich 7 July 2012 01: 49
        0
        Quote: valokordin
        in Ukraine I live people with their heads

        Did you doubt it? I will tell you even more: in Ukraine there are about the same number of people with a head as in Russia. In percents.
        Can you imagine?))
        1. Alsa74
          Alsa74 10 July 2012 11: 48
          0
          Quote: Ilyich
          I will tell you even more: in Ukraine there are about the same number of people with a head as in Russia

          and here I am at the courses, and confirm !!!! From time to time you have to wander around to the Slav brothers (more and more Donetsk, Mariupol) above there is a post about the statements of Bismarck, it is clearly written about Ukraine and Russia ...
  19. Oleg Rosskiyy
    Oleg Rosskiyy 6 July 2012 22: 01
    +2
    Our fellows did the same, bent west and bent to the WTO, and now they kicked them. Not one mongrel from the EU can afford it, but we did.
  20. x45ssdffsf
    x45ssdffsf 7 July 2012 00: 56
    -2
    Well, from what have already reached, imagine there is a site http://poisski.notlong.com
    In which you can find any person only by last name, or first name,
    Collected information from the social. networks, police, etc.
    Our specials are even involved here. service, I don’t know, the truth is - but all the information about me, my husband and my children was here.
    Even photos that I never threw on the Internet, I’m at a loss.
    It’s good that I deleted it on time, which I advise you
  21. Delink
    Delink 7 July 2012 20: 04
    0
    We would have the WTO on this, but our ogloedy are torn there. They do not ask the people.
    Hots could open a site, lay out for discussion all kinds of projects and view suggestions from readers (Russian people). If the brains themselves have one gyrus and that one is dotted.

    They would sit and count the pros and cons. And made conclusions.
    1. Alsa74
      Alsa74 10 July 2012 11: 51
      0
      Quote: Delink
      They would sit and count the pros and cons. And made conclusions.

      Only if the vote with a clear user identification without any Internet anonymity ... and even better with RESPONSIBILITY ... PERSONAL!