MEP called the country, strongly promoting anti-Russian rhetoric

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MEP from Latvia Tatyana Zhdanyuk told Sputnik International about which countries are distributors of anti-Russian sentiments in the EU. Excerpt from an interview leads RIA News.



According to Zhdanyuk, the Russian Federation is criticized most of all by “the political figures of Poland, Sweden, Denmark and the Baltic countries”.

"Our politicians are trying to" export "these anti-Russian sentiments to the so-called old Europe - Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Greece - countries that were in friendly relations with Russia," said the parliamentarian.

She stressed that "these same countries were the main initiators of anti-Russian sanctions imposed against the Russian Federation in connection with the Ukrainian crisis."

“It is difficult to promote interests in the EU in such conditions and at the same time maintain good relations with Russia. But we continue to do this with other members of the European Parliament, who are obviously in the minority, ”Zhdanyuk said.
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  1. +4
    August 12 2015
    and the caravan is coming ..

    acapello so it is known .. the conductor was missed ..
    1. +31
      August 12 2015
      Surrendered during 1-5 days, Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, who fought 30 days, cannot understand why the Russians celebrate Victory Day.
      1. +7
        August 12 2015
        Quote: Telakh
        Surrendered during 1-5 days, Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, who fought 30 days, cannot understand why the Russians celebrate Victory Day.

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        Countries that are "powerful", just shivers from their authority in the international arena ...
        1. +3
          August 12 2015
          "Countries, what are" powerful ", just shivers from their authority in the international arena ... ''. The smaller the mongrel, the more squeal. Especially when the owner is a moron.
          1. +16
            August 12 2015
            Quote: papas-57
            The smaller the mongrel, the greater the squeal.
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    2. +3
      August 12 2015
      As for Poland, it’s clear, but Sweden and Denmark, for what?
      1. +3
        August 12 2015
        And Poltava, it’s probably a shame to this day.
      2. +1
        August 12 2015
        Quote: Explorer
        As for Poland, it’s clear, but Sweden and Denmark, for what?


        I don’t know about Denmark, but the Swedes made hockey for several World Cup in a row laughing

        Offended wassat
      3. 0
        August 12 2015
        And about the division of the North Pole, forgot ..? wink
  2. +8
    August 12 2015
    "Cunning" killed many.

    "Choose your friends carefully. Enemies will choose you."
  3. +3
    August 12 2015
    Euro-mosquitoes, with an inferiority complex, are everywhere sprayed with their poisonous saliva. They are supported by the American dad!
  4. +3
    August 12 2015
    ... "political figures of Poland, Sweden, Denmark and the Baltic countries."

    the Baltic countries are so insignificant that they are not even called individually in the EU laughing
    1. +2
      August 12 2015
      Yes, a small dog is always raving. No one will be silent and will not notice.
  5. +4
    August 12 2015
    "Most of all criticize the Russian Federation" politicians of Poland, Sweden, Denmark and the Baltic countries "...

    Well, with Poland and the Baltic states everything is clear ...

    But where is such a frenzy against Russia from Sweden and Denmark ???

    Or the genetic memory of someone who is dull, rotten ??? So you can recall ... neutrals, Mlyn ...
  6. +6
    August 12 2015
    "Political figures of Poland, Sweden, Denmark and the Baltic countries."

    The smaller the country, the more stink. It’s time to press the tails of these screamers especially from Eastern Europe.
    1. +2
      August 12 2015
      What for? "The dog howls, the caravan is coming" wink

      Paying attention to everyone indiscriminately is the destiny of the weak.
  7. 0
    August 12 2015
    and what is there that the German again asks to be allowed to enter the Russian market?
    Christian Schmidt called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to ease the ban on food supplies. According to the minister, this can be seen as a signal of readiness to improve the political situation. For his part, Schmidt offers assistance in resolving the crisis.

    "I am ready to direct everything that is within my competence to strengthen cooperation, as well as to support the development of agriculture in Russia," the German minister said.
    1. +5
      August 12 2015
      , as well as to support the development of agriculture in Russia ", - said the German minister. ,,
      yeah, that’s how they rushed to compete with their competitor. I personally already tire of their cunning.
  8. +4
    August 12 2015
    Austria, Hungary, Greece, Spain, Italy, Cyprus and Slovakia oppose anti-Russian sanctions, and American mongrels are trying to spoil Russia. But as they say, do not dig a hole ....
  9. +2
    August 12 2015
    Everything is arranged for them. Only the Germans and the French pretend that they have nothing to do with it. So if, what to say, it’s not our fault in the sanctions, it’s all these mongrels that started. They themselves dance to the Washington Tune.
  10. +3
    August 12 2015
    How did Denmark end up on this list? what
    And where is traditionally anti-Russian Britain? request
    1. +3
      August 12 2015
      Quote: ALEA IACTA EST
      And where is traditionally anti-Russian Britain?

      while the Saxons secretly increase gas purchases from Miller feel
  11. +3
    August 12 2015
    I would not consider these countries as a "pug". With a competent organization of the process (as long as this is all going on at the level of hysteria), the Baltic "partners" are in a position to screw us up quite seriously and it would be very imprudent to underestimate their potential. And they will do it very persistently and purposefully, despite significant economic losses, because otherwise, the entire Russophobic political structure of these countries collapses with all the ensuing consequences. It is another matter that we do not seem to be trying to punish them seriously enough, which we are quite capable of using the example of Latvia, Lithuania and less Estonia. What we are doing is only half measures.
  12. 0
    August 12 2015
    Hmm, what is this? Trying to designate a switchman? Interestingly, I'm directly intrigued by such a turn.
  13. +1
    August 12 2015
    Quote: Explorer
    As for Poland, it’s clear, but Sweden and Denmark, for what?

    The same question arose! Apparently they’ve pumped up so well! Hysteria is growing, and the brains of the Swedes and Danes are plunged into fog.

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