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Representative of the Russian Federation to the EU Chizhov relieved of his post

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Representative of the Russian Federation to the EU Chizhov relieved of his post

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree dismissing Vladimir Chizhov, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the European Union, from his post.


The 68-year-old experienced Russian diplomat has served as Russia's Permanent Representative to the EU and the European Atomic Energy Community for seventeen years since 2005. Prior to that, Chizhov worked as Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia.

Chizhov himself spoke earlier about his desire to leave his post. So, on September 12, in an interview with journalists, he said that he was "uncomfortable to act as a living monument to the strategic partnership between Russia and the EU."

The diplomat then noted that he had talked more than once with his European colleagues, trying to convince them that it was better not to burn bridges that are so difficult to build.

The further fate of Vladimir Chizhov may be connected with work in the Federation Council, as it was previously reported that he became one of the candidates for the post of senator from the head of Karelia at the end of July.

According to the law, upon taking office, the head of the region must present three candidates for the post of senator from the executive branch.

It should be reminded that on September 11 the head of the Republic of Karelia Artur Parfenchikov was re-elected.
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  1. I dare to_notice_
    I dare to_notice_ 26 September 2022 15: 00
    +2
    It would be better to release the EU from office first.
  2. rocket757
    rocket757 26 September 2022 15: 00
    +10
    Representative of the Russian Federation to the EU Chizhov relieved of his post
    . So to work in that madhouse ... everyone can reach the limit of desire and possibility.
    1. marchcat
      marchcat 26 September 2022 15: 30
      0
      for the post of senator from the head of Karelia
      It is interesting that he has been to Karelia at least once, he knows all the problems of the region in order to be elected from this region. Will it be like Narusova????
      1. Greg Miller
        Greg Miller 26 September 2022 16: 13
        -2
        What are you talking about!? This is indeed ITS people!!!
      2. rocket757
        rocket757 26 September 2022 17: 59
        +2
        It's a problem... people don't know who they choose/don't choose...
        Party list voting is complete...wrong.
        Large, fashionable parties do what they want and this is a FACT!
    2. antivirus
      antivirus 26 September 2022 16: 30
      0
      This is not about the EU.
      Surkov's "sovereign democracy" is over.
      Time for a new ideology.
      Who, what, when? - It should have been announced yesterday.
      And to develop the idiologeme itself the day before yesterday
      1. rocket757
        rocket757 26 September 2022 18: 03
        0
        Not for complacency, for the sake of objectivity ... EVERYWHERE IS THE SAME!!! Dermocracy, this is such an ambush ... however, in another way, it is hardly better.
        Maybe in some small, small country where everyone knows each other, it happens differently??? It's just that I can't remember anything worthwhile, alas.
        1. antivirus
          antivirus 26 September 2022 18: 23
          0
          Manage effectively - not the forms of democracy in England and Italy, the Germans observe
  3. Silver99
    Silver99 26 September 2022 15: 00
    +6
    we need young assertive and aggressive cadres, the EU does not understand otherwise
    1. 76SSSR
      76SSSR 26 September 2022 15: 10
      +5
      Quote from Silver99
      we need young assertive and aggressive cadres, the EU does not understand otherwise

      Yes, at the age of 68 it’s hard to dodge Russophobes in a madhouse, but the senator is the very thing, it’s a pity, but not instead of Narusova.
    2. Well done
      Well done 26 September 2022 15: 19
      +7
      Exactly. Like Kadyrov, you need to go there, but younger and smarter. Let this "rainbow" tolerance put in its place)
    3. tralflot1832
      tralflot1832 26 September 2022 15: 22
      +5
      I’m not allowed, firstly I’m starting. And if they appoint me in the morning, then by the evening the Eiffel Tower and the Tower Bridge will be on metal. Gonzalez will turn the Statue of Liberty in New York in a day to face the coast, and back to Europe.
    4. isv000
      isv000 26 September 2022 16: 17
      -2
      Quote from Silver99
      we need young assertive and aggressive cadres, the EU does not understand otherwise

      Dispatch as battalions form? wink
  4. Egoza
    Egoza 26 September 2022 15: 00
    +4
    The 68-year-old experienced Russian diplomat has served as Russia's Permanent Representative to the EU and the European Atomic Energy Community for seventeen years since 2005.

    It was a nervous job. It is right that a person is given a respite until retirement.
    1. UA3QHP
      UA3QHP 26 September 2022 15: 06
      +6
      It was a nervous job. It is right that a person is given a respite until retirement.

      68 years old, already retired.
  5. Ros 56
    Ros 56 26 September 2022 15: 02
    +5
    The cap of a diplomat is heavy in that madhouse.
    1. Boris Sergeev
      Boris Sergeev 27 September 2022 13: 04
      0
      In this case, it turns out that the SF is just a sinecure.
  6. Uprun
    Uprun 26 September 2022 15: 02
    +7
    Today, I repeat, today - do we need to work in the EU on a diplomatic line, not in the embassies of countries, but precisely at their Sabbaths?
    1. isv000
      isv000 26 September 2022 16: 26
      +3
      Quote from uprun
      Today, I repeat, today - do we need to work in the EU on a diplomatic line, not in the embassies of countries, but precisely at their Sabbaths?

      And for their own money! It would be better if they bought copters with this money ...
  7. Negruz
    Negruz 26 September 2022 15: 08
    +4
    Better him in the Security Council instead of Nebenzi ...
    That guy is literate, but there is no charisma ...
    1. Bad_gr
      Bad_gr 26 September 2022 15: 20
      +6
      Quote: Negruz
      Better him in the Security Council instead of Nebenzi ...
      That guy is literate, but there is no charisma ...
      I support this opinion. Nebenzya uncle is literate, but compared to Churkin, who previously occupied this place (he rest in peace), he is clearly losing. Chizhov would be in place.
    2. isv000
      isv000 26 September 2022 16: 26
      +3
      Quote: Negruz
      Better him in the Security Council instead of Nebenzi ...
      That guy is literate, but there is no charisma ...

      Stalin had charisma! ..
  8. astepanov
    astepanov 26 September 2022 15: 22
    0
    Successful work for Chizhov in his new post.
  9. Hadji Murat
    Hadji Murat 26 September 2022 15: 24
    -4
    An outdated frame, for an honorary sinecure and forget about it
  10. mojohed2012
    mojohed2012 26 September 2022 15: 39
    0
    They brought grandfather home. And right!
    Why did he sit there for so many years?
    He fought on the ice and nothing more!
  11. Anyuta Glorious
    Anyuta Glorious 26 September 2022 15: 45
    0
    Hmm...68 years old. Long time retired. Of course, that there is experience and TD, but purely physically and especially mentally, it’s hard to endure the load. It's time to do just consulting, and entrust the reins to those who are younger, more creative.
  12. Graz
    Graz 26 September 2022 15: 47
    +2
    Russia should delegitimize the EU, there should not be any of our representatives there, only bilateral representation in European countries
  13. evgen1221
    evgen1221 26 September 2022 16: 13
    +4
    And why should unwashed, foul-smelling under-sapiens breed politeness. If they want to communicate, let them bathe and personally go to the carpet with gifts. A trip to Russia should be a privilege for a European, and you still need to earn it.
  14. Former soldier
    Former soldier 26 September 2022 16: 13
    +3
    Quote from Silver99
    we need young assertive and aggressive cadres, the EU does not understand otherwise

    Yeah. Charge Sobchachka from - to + and send instead of Chizhov. :) She will arrange a house-2 for them.
    1. isv000
      isv000 26 September 2022 16: 33
      -1
      Quote: Former soldier
      Yeah. Charge Sobchachka from - to + and send instead of Chizhov. :) She will arrange a house-2 for them.

      But a good idea! Ksyushka, when bridled, can bring benefits, in the EU she will be like a fish in water. Look, they themselves will start running away from her there and they will tell us not to come anymore and not to get our money! .. wassat
  15. koralevviktor
    koralevviktor 26 September 2022 16: 22
    -4
    A feat that will now be very difficult to accomplish. A man of gold, these are now on the snap. It is a pity that not everyone will appreciate his actions for a long time. Ah, if we had another country, but there's nothing to be done here. Such are the times.
    1. notingem
      notingem 26 September 2022 16: 42
      0
      And where is the feat? The result of Ryzhkov's work is in the red.
      1. koralevviktor
        koralevviktor 26 September 2022 18: 54
        -2
        It seems so to you. If not for his efforts and the efforts of his team, things could have been much worse. It remains to be seen how his successor will behave under such pressure. Look at Nebenzyu, he is almost invisible. He does not even have operational information, unlike Churkin. Because the top does not consider it necessary to supply him with it.
        1. notingem
          notingem 26 September 2022 22: 37
          +1
          What receiver? Where ? In Brussels, it will feel very good like Chizhov is now from Karelia
          1. koralevviktor
            koralevviktor 27 September 2022 16: 19
            -1
            If you are not in the subject, then there is nothing to talk about with you. Nebenzya is a recent example.
  16. iouris
    iouris 26 September 2022 21: 58
    +2
    An ambassador to the EU is not needed. The EU is an aggressive bloc, not a state. On what basis the Russian Federation established "diplomatic relations" with him is a big question. Russians for the EU are Indians. The Indians cannot have diplomatic relations with the Big White Chief.
  17. Alex_Bora
    Alex_Bora 27 September 2022 07: 23
    -1
    Quote: rocket757
    Not for complacency, for the sake of objectivity ... EVERYWHERE IS THE SAME!!! Dermocracy, this is such an ambush ... however, in another way, it is hardly better.
    Maybe in some small, small country where everyone knows each other, it happens differently??? It's just that I can't remember anything worthwhile, alas.

    I know only one example: Iceland. When ordinary people demolished the government of bureaucrats who drove the country into debt bondage from the IMF. Gradually, all the inhabitants helped to extinguish these debts little by little. And the government, chosen from ordinary people, began to live within their means.

    But this is definitely an exception to the rule. Wherever the path to power lies through "political parties", there is rot and dirt. Especially in parliamentary republics, where the prime minister is elected by the parliamentary majority, and he, the prime minister and the cabinet of ministers, are endowed with much greater powers than the president.
    I believe that this is a perversion of democracy in its understanding as the power of the people, since in this case the power belongs to political parties, or rather, to those who support these parties. Plahotniuc in Moldova is the most striking example.