Prime Minister of Estonia
So I’m just wondering, what will happen if Russia still comes to this war, albeit belatedly, as happened with the Saloreikhovites? After all, so far all Russia's retaliatory sanctions can not even be called stroking, but only a disapproving look. Nothing critical for our respected European partners has been done so far, but there is so much that can be done.
For example, stop the Airbus factories, impose sanctions against the European banking system with a complete ban on any payments in euros and block the supply of all European goods, making an exception only for the list of really important for the Russian economy. And, of course, to make it clear to all Russian citizens that any business contacts with EU residents without special government permission will be punished by arrest and confiscation of all assets on the territory of the Russian Federation. If the US and the EU can introduce this for their citizens, then why can't the Russian Federation for their own?
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