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Estonian Foreign Ministry: anti-Russian sanctions cost the republic not cheap

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The anti-Russian sanctions cost Estonia not cheap, “but here is a question of principles,” leads Look statement by the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Marina Kaljurand.


Estonian Foreign Ministry: anti-Russian sanctions cost the republic not cheap


“Of course, sanctions are not cheap for us. We now have very limited export of agricultural products to Russia. But here is a question of principles. If one state violates international law and we want it to return to international law, we are ready to pay a certain price for it, ”
said the diplomat.

In her opinion, sanctions are one of the most effective methods of struggle.

“Sanctions are one of the most effective measures. I think they are now affecting the Russian economy, ”she said.

The cancellation of sanctions against the Russian Federation, Kaljurand associated with the implementation by Moscow of the Minsk agreements.

According to a newspaper referring to the Estonian statistics service, “in 2015, exports from this country to Russia decreased by 35% or more than 400 million euros.”
Photos used:
AFP 2016 / MARK GRAHAM
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  1. Atomist
    Atomist 14 May 2016 10: 55
    +26
    So 400000000 remained in Russia, very good.
    1. Lantau
      Lantau 14 May 2016 10: 56
      +31
      Yes, Russophobia is expensive today!
      1. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 14 May 2016 11: 06
        +23
        Quote: Lantau
        Yes, Russophobia is expensive today!

        For Estonian citizens, the country as a whole is expensive, but not for government officials - they are on the salary of the US State Department.
        1. BMP-2
          BMP-2 14 May 2016 12: 29
          +8
          They are so naive. As if they don’t know what pleasure should be paid. Even for such a dubious one.
          1. cniza
            cniza 14 May 2016 12: 43
            +9
            These are what all the time subscribe-sanctioners shit ...
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        2. bvi1965
          bvi1965 16 May 2016 10: 52
          0
          And it will be even more expensive ...
      2. CORNET
        CORNET 14 May 2016 11: 08
        +12
        That's even the liberal Levada Center shrugs its hands .... And mongrels like Poland and the Baltic states suffered the most.! Well, for the sanctions .. drinks
        1. Comrade Bender
          Comrade Bender 14 May 2016 16: 05
          +10
          And I kept wondering who had ripped our economy to shreds, and this is Estonia with its sanctions. Well, against such a great power with the most powerful economy in the world, we are powerless.
          1. PHANTOM-AS
            PHANTOM-AS 14 May 2016 16: 07
            +2
            Quote: Comrade Bender
            And I kept wondering who had ripped our economy to shreds, and this is Estonia with its sanctions.

            I'm patstalom laughing
      3. avg
        avg 14 May 2016 11: 09
        +17
        "In 2015, exports from this country to Russia decreased by 35% or more than 400 million euros."

        I look forward to export = 0 and import = 0. But in Estonian ports, herring nibble improve. recourse
        1. 4ekist
          4ekist 14 May 2016 17: 56
          +4
          I hope that exports from Estonia to Russia will tend to zero, there is nothing for tourists to do there either.
      4. azbukin77
        azbukin77 14 May 2016 11: 35
        +6
        It is necessary to tighten the eeeeeeeeeestam-close the ports, the railroad connection, dig deeper than the bomb shelter and so on and so forth and most importantly dig the crop deeper into the ground, suddenly the green men appear in their inflamed imagination.
      5. Mavrikiy
        Mavrikiy 14 May 2016 11: 59
        0
        [quote = Lantau] But here is a question of principles. [quote = Lantau] Yes, Russophobia is an expensive business today! [/ quote]
        It was not us who came up with it. Everything has a price. The principles of sprats after calculating the balance with the bulldoze will always give +. The printing press on that side. Therefore, all sorts of snot about losses, unfortunately, are only regrets (the owners will cut bonuses).
        No one will change the rate of sprats due to the losses of the country. Sprats play on the right side. All this blah blah blah chatter is nothing. Country Losses? And there are no such countries; they have been erased for a long time by an eraser. The rulers have a bonus and foreign citizenship.
        "In 2015, exports from this country to Russia decreased by 35% or more than 400 million euros." So what? What is said? Sprats are bad, and their rulers are good. And their course will not change.
        1. smart Fox
          smart Fox 14 May 2016 16: 22
          +2
          Sprats are bad, and their rulers are good. And their course will not change.

          How can the course of smoked canned sprat without a head change? recourse
    2. SRC P-15
      SRC P-15 14 May 2016 10: 59
      +16
      “Sanctions are one of the most effective measures. I think they are now affecting the Russian economy, ”she said.

      This is true! Finally, Russia began to develop its own industry and agriculture. If I were the president, I would give the hero of Russia to the one who came up with these sanctions (only not to Obama).
      1. vorobey
        vorobey 14 May 2016 11: 10
        +9
        Quote: СРЦ П-15
        If I were the president, I would give the hero of Russia to the one who came up with these sanctions (only not to Obama).


        but in vain ... For merits to the fatherland would look great
        1. SRC P-15
          SRC P-15 14 May 2016 11: 25
          +7
          Quote: vorobey
          but in vain ... For merits to the fatherland would look great

          The action on your avatar is best suited for Obama. So as not to stick out! smile
        2. atalef
          atalef 14 May 2016 11: 51
          0
          Quote: vorobey
          Quote: СРЦ П-15
          If I were the president, I would give the hero of Russia to the one who came up with these sanctions (only not to Obama).


          but in vain ... For merits to the fatherland would look great

          Strange, before everyone shouted -More sanctions, now no longer.
          Probably enough medals grabbed. wink
          1. Comrade Bender
            Comrade Bender 14 May 2016 16: 07
            +1
            Yes, let them continue to sanction who is against it.
        3. Winnie76
          Winnie76 14 May 2016 12: 16
          +3
          Quote: vorobey
          If I were the president, I would give the hero of Russia to the one who came up with these sanctions (only not to Obama).

          but in vain ... For merits to the fatherland would look great

          It would be level 80 trolling and political execution in one bottle. Clintonsha can win if awarded ...
    3. vlad66
      vlad66 14 May 2016 11: 00
      +25
      we are ready to pay a certain price for this, "

      Yes, to health, we also do not mind that Russian money would go to purchase Russian milk, not Estonian. yes
    4. Volzhanin
      Volzhanin 14 May 2016 11: 45
      +9
      So you need to reduce the remaining 65%, then another billion euros will remain.
      In theory, it should be disgusting and disgusting to do business with those who hate you, are afraid and reproach you. Balts must be severely punished and drink their cup to the bottom.
    5. Bobxnumx
      Bobxnumx 14 May 2016 12: 03
      +4
      The well-known principle: "I will frostbite my ears ......." laughing
    6. northern
      northern 14 May 2016 12: 56
      +4
      Baltic classics, "we cry, but we continue to eat cactus"
    7. marlin1203
      marlin1203 14 May 2016 23: 59
      0
      Some people stupidly forget that they are "Dwarf states". That's all...
    8. Vend
      Vend 16 May 2016 09: 36
      0
      But here is a question of principles.
      Yeah, spite mom’s frostbitten ears laughing
  2. Grabberxnumx
    Grabberxnumx 14 May 2016 10: 57
    +5
    C'mon, bark on, the last little people scatter ..
    1. Kasym
      Kasym 14 May 2016 18: 30
      +3
      That's it. The price that Estonia will pay may be the country itself.
      Ukrainians need to look at the Baltic states, which is under external control. The same thing awaits Ukraine. People are already starting to travel abroad, the economy is still shrinking (some industries are already destroyed, millions are thrown out into the street). hi
      1. pv1005
        pv1005 14 May 2016 20: 02
        +1
        Quote: Kasym
        That's it. The price that Estonia will pay may be the country itself.
        Ukrainians need to look at the Baltic states, which is under external control. The same thing awaits Ukraine. People are already starting to travel abroad, the economy is still shrinking (some industries are already destroyed, millions are thrown out into the street). hi

        What is there to look closely. They are already fully under external control. The territory is only a bit larger than the pro-Baltic because it falls apart longer.
        PS Kasym sorry for the minus, the finger went wrong.
        1. northern
          northern 14 May 2016 23: 00
          0
          Then we’ll fix your minus :-)
  3. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 14 May 2016 10: 58
    +6
    They completely washed their brains. In Maidania, the Svidomo people are sure that we have already eaten the last hedgehogs in the forests and drank the remnants of the washer - and what do the Ests imagine about us? The mongrel is sub-fence.
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    2. RUSS
      RUSS 14 May 2016 11: 00
      +7
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      In Maidania, the Svidomo people are sure that we have already eaten the last hedgehogs in the forests and drank the remnants of the washer - and what do the Ests imagine about us?

      How would they eat hedgehogs themselves ...
      The American rating agency Fitch affirmed Ukraine's rating at CCC. This means that in the country it’s possible default.

      The agency’s statement stated that according to the economic rating, Ukraine has no progress regarding reforms that are necessary for financial support.
      The agency also noted that in Kiev measures are not being implemented that should be aimed at improving the economy, as well as overcoming the crisis in the economy.

      Earlier in November 2015, Fitch upgraded Ukraine's rating from RD (Limited Default) to CCC. Then the agency considered that Kiev was able to avoid default, due to the fact that new securities were issued for holders of Eurobonds in the amount of $ 15 billion.
      1. Felix
        Felix 14 May 2016 11: 18
        +6
        Quote: RUSS
        The American rating agency Fitch affirmed Ukraine's rating at CCC. This means that a default is possible in the country.


        About how ... But does Ukraine’s moratorium on the payment of 3 billion debt not equal to default ??
        1. atalef
          atalef 14 May 2016 11: 21
          0
          Quote: Felix
          Quote: RUSS
          The American rating agency Fitch affirmed Ukraine's rating at CCC. This means that a default is possible in the country.


          About how ... But does Ukraine’s moratorium on the payment of 3 billion debt not equal to default ??

          No, of course, maybe this question is in court.
  4. ALABAY45
    ALABAY45 14 May 2016 10: 58
    +11
    "... but this is a matter of principles ..."
    Fundamentally, we will die of hunger and let Russia bury us! The logic of the toy terrier-schizophrenic ...
  5. Yak-15
    Yak-15 14 May 2016 10: 59
    +1
    What can be said about this.
    "a fool and cold ears." Somewhere like that)))
  6. vorobey
    vorobey 14 May 2016 10: 59
    +6
    yes ... really ... a small principled country ... (which country such principles are) more and more Europe looks like a herd of sheep which leads a provocateur ...
  7. Abbra
    Abbra 14 May 2016 11: 00
    +23
    But they got a real opportunity to get imported people as migrants ...
    1. g1v2
      g1v2 14 May 2016 11: 42
      0
      The funny thing is that this actor, who plays in the pictures of Arab migrants, is a Jew, and of the believers. belay Somehow I came across an interview with him. laughing
  8. Kibl
    Kibl 14 May 2016 11: 00
    +2
    It got .......... It's unlikely. Leave the principles to the donkeys, which you are!
  9. Amurets
    Amurets 14 May 2016 11: 02
    +6
    <<< According to the newspaper, citing the Estonian statistics service, "in 2015, exports from this country to Russia decreased by 35%, or more than 400 million euros." >>>
    Someone is talking about something, and a lousy about a bath. We will die of hunger, but we will not trade with the Russian Federation. But somehow the great "NON-STATEs" forget that the need for their ports has fallen, the railways are rusting, and the envoys of these states in Moscow beg Russian Railways will quickly repair the tracks on the approaches to these republics, since there is nothing to feed the NATO military. There is no transit, there is no money and Russian Railways does not want to transport cargo. On the mountain of the Balts. Ust-Luga port was built.
  10. Igor39
    Igor39 14 May 2016 11: 04
    +3
    It is high time to wipe with international law ...
    1. Senior manager
      Senior manager 14 May 2016 14: 00
      +1
      If you wipe yourself with international law, then there will be global jungle in the world. I think it will be more correct for RUSSIA to adhere to them and incline sane states to this, plus replaying the elect.
  11. LÄRZ
    LÄRZ 14 May 2016 11: 07
    +6
    But here is a question of principles.
    Yes, pepper is clear, Estonian principles are a sacred thing, it is strictly necessary to observe.
    If one state violates international right and we want it back to international right
    And here, Mrs. Kaljurand, there is no need to dissemble. Call a spade a spade. Not "international" but "American". Then everything falls into place.
    in 2015, exports from this country to Russia fell by 35% or more than 400 million euros
    And this is only the first vassal duty. Expect a second, etc.
  12. t118an
    t118an 14 May 2016 11: 07
    +5
    They have the right to die for international law, this is their right ...
  13. Izotovp
    Izotovp 14 May 2016 11: 09
    +2
    As one smart woman from the Foreign Ministry said: I'm not a doctor.
  14. starhina01
    starhina01 14 May 2016 11: 10
    +1
    “Sanctions are one of the most effective measures. I think they are now affecting the Russian economy, ”she said.
    the unpleasant person in the photo is very deeply mistaken and does not see beyond his nose, to make sure of this it is enough to drive to the border with Russia and see how their sanctions really affect.
    1. vorobey
      vorobey 14 May 2016 11: 20
      +5
      Quote: starhina01
      “Sanctions are one of the most effective measures. I think they are now affecting the Russian economy, ”she said.


      there the word is missing ... slowly ... slowly I think .. two years after the imposition of sanctions, ests saw that it was not cheap .. it’s interesting just how many years after the lifting of the sanctions they will cancel their ... wink while Europe, meanwhile, is looking for workarounds for cooperation with an isolated country and a torn economy. laughing
  15. seregatara1969
    seregatara1969 14 May 2016 11: 11
    +4
    I never liked sprats and can do without them perfectly!
    1. Muvka
      Muvka 14 May 2016 11: 26
      +2
      Quote: seregatara1969
      I never liked sprats and can do without them perfectly!

      Sprats like Latvian. :)
      1. vorobey
        vorobey 14 May 2016 11: 44
        +5
        Quote: Muvka
        Quote: seregatara1969
        I never liked sprats and can do without them perfectly!

        Sprats like Latvian. :)


        yes they are all sprats ... Latvian Estonian Polish Lithuanian Norwegian Swedish Icelandic ... they are all sprats - small herring .. laughing
      2. atalef
        atalef 14 May 2016 11: 50
        0
        Quote: Muvka
        Sprats like Latvian. :)

        Quote: vorobey
        yes they are all sprats ... Latvian Estonian Polish Lithuanian Norwegian Swedish Icelandic

        And Belarusian wassat
        1. kush62
          kush62 14 May 2016 12: 49
          +6
          Quote: Muvka
          Sprats like Latvian. :)
          Quote: vorobey
          yes they are all sprats ... Latvian Estonian Polish Lithuanian Norwegian Swedish Icelandic

          atalef
          And Belarusian


          Our "best friend" is trying to sow discord in relations between Russia and Belarus.
          And atalef better deal with American sprats. Each has its own allies and sprats. You have your own wedding, and we have our own.
  16. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 14 May 2016 11: 21
    +3
    And for us, how to live under Estonian sanctions, generally with hunger, swelling ...
    1. Altona
      Altona 14 May 2016 11: 35
      +7
      Quote: avg-mgn
      And for us, how to live under Estonian sanctions, generally with hunger, swelling ...

      ---------------------
      I’m going to choke on a hedgehog. Did not eat yesterday. laughing
      1. ALABAY45
        ALABAY45 14 May 2016 20: 37
        0
        Try the autumn smoked squirrel stomachs (seriously, I myself ate) good Pine nuts grains mixed with berries !!! I perfectly understand that a squirrel is a propiarized rat in time, but its contents are a delicacy! Hedgehog - everyday beef, in comparison ...
  17. atamankko
    atamankko 14 May 2016 11: 24
    +1
    Interestingly, they will declare a hunger strike for international law, or not?
  18. Prisoner
    Prisoner 14 May 2016 11: 24
    +2
    The best part is that they leave us the lost money. They pay for our development. winked Debt by payment is red. smile
  19. Deniosf
    Deniosf 14 May 2016 11: 26
    +3
    “Of course, sanctions are not cheap for us. We now have very limited export of agricultural products to Russia. But here is a question of principles. If one state violates international law, and we want it to return to international law, we are ready to pay a certain price for this ”

    Everything in the well and Estonians in the well ... a matter of principle or simply fools. request
  20. dckx
    dckx 14 May 2016 11: 28
    +2
    All these "smart thoughts" that European leaders are expressing are really nothing more than lip manipulation with the fingers of a hand thrust into their ass. Biological material delivered so that at the cost of the well-being of its peoples, to pursue the interests of the "Hand", from which one cannot get off. It's disgusting to read ...
  21. Vasyan1971
    Vasyan1971 14 May 2016 11: 30
    +2
    "Anti-Russian sanctions are not cheap for Estonia," but this is a matter of principles. "
    The mice cried, pricked, but continued to bite the cactus.
    Bon appetit!
    1. pv1005
      pv1005 14 May 2016 20: 11
      0
      Quote: Vasyan1971
      "Anti-Russian sanctions are not cheap for Estonia," but this is a matter of principles. "
      The mice cried, pricked, but continued to bite the cactus.
      Bon appetit!

      They do not bite him. They eat him with their mouth and emergency exit.
  22. Dmitry Potapov
    Dmitry Potapov 14 May 2016 11: 34
    0
    One more "participants" of the Minsk process and "guarantors" of implementation!
  23. Altona
    Altona 14 May 2016 11: 34
    +1
    This is the case when a prostitute also pays the client herself while serving him.
    1. Andrey77
      Andrey77 14 May 2016 11: 59
      0
      It turns out that way. Placing NATO bases is not a pleasure.
  24. behemot
    behemot 14 May 2016 11: 34
    +1
    what a principle skinny))))
    wait, the transit will end soon, sprats and dairy products are also not very needed.
    Forward, principle, the more ballast controlled from the USA on the neck of Germany and France the better.
    Faster this Euro-abscess burst.
  25. Who said
    Who said 14 May 2016 11: 35
    +3
    To be honest, no one noticed the lack of Estonian products. Even if they lift the sanctions, Russians should not buy their products out of a sense of contempt for the Estonian Nazis.
    1. Andrey77
      Andrey77 14 May 2016 12: 02
      +2
      We (Peter) all go to Finland. Even with a visa, it’s much cheaper than the Baltic states. And if you know when to go (Finnish sales) ... However, a visa, a trip is cheaper ...
      1. Winnie76
        Winnie76 14 May 2016 12: 30
        0
        Quote: Andrey77
        We (Peter) all go to Finland.

        Come on. What is there in Finland that is not in St. Petersburg? Before, yes, I specially went to the water park - we didn’t. Going shopping is the point? To stand in line at the border? Helsinki generally drives me into depression. Nothing to watch from the word, finally. Now I understand why they drink ... longing green
        1. Andrey77
          Andrey77 17 May 2016 13: 49
          0
          The key word is sale. There is such a topic in Finnish, although you do not need to know. :)
  26. Who
    Who 14 May 2016 11: 37
    0
    If the Balts did not live on a leak in the EU, they would have howled long ago.
    1. Andrey77
      Andrey77 14 May 2016 12: 08
      +1
      They are howling already. The EU compensates them for a small portion of lost profits. Ports in terms of cargo turnover are losing to Peter, although going to St. Petersburg is longer.
      1. Who
        Who 14 May 2016 14: 27
        +1
        I'm talking about something else. The EU directly finances the budgets of these countries, in 2014 - 7 billion euros. gratuitous help.
  27. Disorder
    Disorder 14 May 2016 11: 49
    +1
    Nobody except NATO needs this Baltic.
    1. Andrey77
      Andrey77 14 May 2016 12: 10
      +1
      More precisely, no one except the United States. Europe, all these third countries, is not needed for nothing.
    2. bravo-fab
      bravo-fab 14 May 2016 12: 33
      +1
      Equally Russia needs the Baltic States against NATO ... the further the front runs from its borders, the better.
      1. Disorder
        Disorder 14 May 2016 12: 50
        0
        That's just the Baltic states as part of NATO.
      2. Who
        Who 14 May 2016 14: 32
        0
        Today, the proximity of a potential adversary to the borders of the Russian Federation does not play that role. what happened in 41
      3. Andrey77
        Andrey77 17 May 2016 13: 53
        0
        This is not the same era. And you can shoot from Iskander from the center of St. Petersburg - Estonia is exactly covered.
  28. x.andvlad
    x.andvlad 14 May 2016 11: 52
    +1
    we are ready to pay a certain price for this ”
    Well, about "we" is a stupid Estonian slyness. Have dirtied their citizens' brains for a salary from Uncle Sam.
  29. BOB044
    BOB044 14 May 2016 12: 10
    +1
    In her opinion, sanctions are one of the most effective methods of struggle.
    Stupid, let him name at least one state that has broken under sanctions. If only Estonia.
  30. Oprychnik
    Oprychnik 14 May 2016 12: 10
    0
    "Foreign Minister of the Republic Marina Kaljurand."
    Hold me seven people. How similar to the Thumbelina Toad. Bre-ke-cupcake!
  31. 33 Watcher
    33 Watcher 14 May 2016 12: 11
    +1
    "Our export of agricultural products to Russia is now very limited. But this is a matter of principles."
    It is necessary to do so that there would be no (expert) at all. And for one import, including electricity, and see how important they are ...
  32. Warm Padded Jacket
    Warm Padded Jacket 14 May 2016 12: 17
    +1
    count how many international rights the United States violated and what price are you willing to pay to ensure that the states return to international law, or is the language in full swing here?
  33. 31rus2
    31rus2 14 May 2016 12: 19
    +2
    Dear, I don’t understand by 35%, so 65% are still “working”? I wonder what Russia is buying such a strategic one from Estonia? Again, it turns out who is the war, and who is his mother. Something with these sanctions is fooling around both in our country and in the EU
  34. 31rus2
    31rus2 14 May 2016 12: 38
    +3
    Ladies and gentlemen, Vesti just handed over to German companies allowed to invest in agriculture in Russia, this milk-cheese direction and agricultural machinery, it seems good, but this is the same rake, why buy a cheese factory? You need to take technologies and produce on the territory The factories themselves in Russia, the same with agricultural equipment, set a task, find opportunities and let your people work, well, enough already to work for Europe
    1. Andrey77
      Andrey77 17 May 2016 13: 56
      0
      Taking technology is buying a factory. This was done in the pre-war era. World practice.
  35. CAH4OYC
    CAH4OYC 14 May 2016 12: 41
    0
    decreased by 35%

    And why not 80-90?
  36. Felix
    Felix 14 May 2016 12: 44
    +1
    Quote: atalef
    No, of course, maybe this question is in court.

    Something new ... There is a violation of the payment deadline, there is a clear refusal to service the debt, what court is still needed to declare default on the debt?
  37. Comrade Glebov
    Comrade Glebov 14 May 2016 12: 45
    +1
    It is necessary to introduce such sanctions so as not to import anything at all and nothing to export at all. Oil and gas including. Then there will be production and jobs and domestic goods of various types. In the meantime, we pay oil for foreign phones and computers, drive foreign cars (because bureaucrats interfere with our cars, although we can do it), eat foreign products and wear foreign textiles, there can be no talk of any independence. Russia is one of the few countries whose geographic location allows it to be autonomous. But our Dimovs and Chubaisomillers, whose soft backs are accustomed to "Mercedes" and exorbitant stomachs to foie gras, this position of our country even hurts - "partners" can frown too much and cut off the above "benefits" of "civilization". Give us more sanctions!
    1. akims
      akims 14 May 2016 14: 45
      0
      Autocracy (from other Greek. Αὐτάρκεια - self-sufficiency; self-sufficiency) - a system of closed reproduction of the community, with minimal dependence on exchange with the environment [1]; the economic self-sufficiency regime of a country in which foreign trade is minimized. In modern economic vocabulary, authorship refers to an economy oriented inwardly, to itself, to development without relations with other countries. In this regard, autocracy is a closed economy, an economy that assumes absolute sovereignty.
      authorship appears not so much as a concept reflecting the existing economic reality, but as a tool of economic analysis. In this instrumental quality, the authorship allows us to show at what point between the two poles - the open economy and the authorship - the specific national economy should be in terms of sustainable economic growth. It is proved, for example, that small countries should gravitate toward the “open economy” pole — they receive more tangible benefits from external relations. Large countries, with their huge domestic market, gravitate closer to the pole of "autocracy". Therefore, the meaning of authorship is inextricably linked with the size of the country.
      The principle of autocracy was, for example, one of the key points in the political doctrine of corporatism. Authorship is aimed at creating a closed, independent economy that can independently provide itself with everything necessary, but this is its potential inefficiency: throwing all its strength into providing the state with everything necessary, it risks being unable to concentrate on one thing in order to improve its quality and its performance. The development of authorship in the country, according to some experts, runs counter to the development trend of the modern world economy, which in some cases leads to economic and, sometimes, technological backwardness of the country. The policy of striving for autocracy as an end in itself reflects, as a rule, the unhealthy state of the economy, based on a painfully heightened sense of patriotism that has nothing to do with genuine patriotism, the desire to avoid turning the economy into an appendage of the global economy.
      Over the years, some countries have sought autocracy (examples: Germany, Italy, the USSR, Japan and some others), but this was due to compelled circumstances. During the Second World War, the ruling circles of Germany, Italy, and Japan used the policy of authorship as a means in the struggle for the redivision of the world, and the USSR as a means of protection against external pressure. Totalitarian regimes used the policy of authorship to militarize the economy and exercise economic power over the population. The Nazi doctrine of autocracy was set forth by Goering (speech December 17, 1936 at a meeting of the Prussian Landtag in Berlin) and found reflection in a four-year plan, which was approved by the German government in 1936. The autocracy policy (its Nazi version) was condemned at the Nuremberg trials as a policy of preparation for war [source not specified 763 days].
      Authorship policy is the economic policy of states that are preparing for war, and is characterized by the conservation of the economy, its separation from the economy of other states and its "closure" on itself.

      Something like this.
      1. Comrade Glebov
        Comrade Glebov 14 May 2016 20: 37
        0
        Thank you, before writing a comment in pedagogy, I checked all the terms. That is what we now need.
  38. K-50
    K-50 14 May 2016 12: 59
    +1
    Anti-Russian sanctions cost Estonia not cheap

    A boost can not remain without consequences, by definition. fellow
  39. fa2998
    fa2998 14 May 2016 13: 19
    0
    Quote: avg-mgn
    And for us, how to live under Estonian sanctions, generally with hunger, swelling ...

    In general, WHAT did they send to us! The climate there is not Turkish, and 35% -400 million, euros. This means that there remains-65% -approx. 750 million euros. What is it that they grow up that our peasants cannot! Probably what re-export. I think to completely ban the import of products from the Baltic states - there would be a worthy response to their sanctions! Surely everything that grows in Estonia, probably grows in the Pskov region and near St. Petersburg! yes hi
  40. boroda64
    boroda64 14 May 2016 15: 44
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    ............
    - - my wife
    - estonian
    - but not like that - he knows how to count money ........
  41. Kite
    Kite 14 May 2016 18: 42
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    "we want ........ we are ready to pay a certain price for this",
    - well, if you want, then pay!
    When nothing remains and everything is expanded ... it turns out, then maybe the choice will become freer.
  42. Suhov
    Suhov 14 May 2016 18: 56
    +2
    Quote: Mavrikiy
    Sprats are bad, and their rulers are good. And their course will not change.

    When I read the article, for some reason I thought that now this madam:
    - To begin with, he will blame Russia for everything,
    - then he will prove that the sanctions were introduced exclusively in the interests of Russia,
    - then it will calculate the damage received from the sanctions and
    - will bill Russia for him ... wassat
    But something went wrong with her something has changed...
    What is it for? laughing
  43. KRIG55
    KRIG55 14 May 2016 20: 52
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    God forbid that at least 0.5% of the world's population knows that there is such a "superpower" Estonia and where it is located on the map. And the noise is like from a real state
  44. jrvp79
    jrvp79 14 May 2016 20: 54
    +1
    This "madam" is known for her Russophobia and national views since the 80s.
    The rhetoric emanates from her fascist, only recently the flame in her speeches has died out and this pleases. The fewer fascists at the borders, the quieter we sleep.
    1. Andy
      Andy 14 May 2016 21: 59
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      http://rus.delfi.ee/daily/estonia/slozhnaya-istoriya-semi-kalyurand-mat-rabotala
      -s-sekretnymi-dokumentami-otec-voeval-za-nemcev? id = 74495029
      she is the daughter of an SS man. worthy presidential candidate :)
  45. v.yegorov
    v.yegorov 14 May 2016 22: 11
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    Let them continue to make sacrifices, 65% are in stock.
  46. glasha3032
    glasha3032 15 May 2016 00: 56
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    the funniest thing about officialdom is ... "export to Russia officially - 7-8% (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany), a real failure in export - 30% (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany). This is how they live - with theirs and with our sanctions, they officially have everything well, in reality, a complete ass! (30%!) And so not only Germany is cunning! The same problems are for everyone in Europe, official nonsense, a few percent, in reality - a problem of problems!
  47. tolmachiev51
    tolmachiev51 15 May 2016 03: 48
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    all the Baltic sanctions remind a joke - "I'll take a ticket to spite the conductor and go on foot" !!!! Not for you to introduce them yourself would survive, but what will happen if the EU runs out of money ???
  48. sl3
    sl3 15 May 2016 07: 20
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    “But here’s a question of principles?” What are your principles, the holodroots. You have not had your own opinion for a long time that what the pimp ordered is what you do
  49. nikoma2015
    nikoma2015 15 May 2016 12: 51
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    Mrs. Kalyurand would have been desirable and it would have been fair to cut off your country from the Russian nipple if you lived at the expense of the Americans, Russia has been feeding you in the literal sense of the word, for almost 70 years now.
  50. 96423lom
    96423lom 16 May 2016 09: 03
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    Krylov Ivan Andreevich, a great mind was a man, Only I would say Pug and Bear.