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Germany: Ease Restrictions on Russia Shipping Goods to Kaliningrad, Toughen Restrictions on Britain


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Annalena Baerbock, Germany’s minister for foreign affairs, who in a joint byline with Simon Coveney slammed the UK government’s “unilateral” plans to change the Northern Ireland protocol and threaten the “rules-based international order”. 

According to the German government, there is “no legal or political justification” for the government’s proposal to de-restrict goods shipping between Northern Ireland and Great Britain. “We urge the British government to step back from their unilateral approach and show the same pragmatism and readiness to compromise that the EU has shown,” they say…

The UK government will be rightfully outraged at this hypocritical de haut en bas attitude from the German government. While their foreign minister is telling the UK to accept a border within the UK, five days ago president Olaf Sholz sought to cool tensions in the Baltics by urging Lithuania and the EU to lift restrictions on freight going from Russia to their Kaliningrad exclave, arguing war crime-committing Russia should be able to move goods freely through the EU single market because it’s all part of their country. 

If only Germany relied on Great Britain for swathes of their gas…

https://order-order.com/2022/07/04/germany-ease-restrictions-on-russia-shipping-goods-to-kaliningrad-toughen-restrictions-on-britain-shipping-goods-to-belfast/

 

Maybe the UK should invade somewhere in Europe which appears to provoke a more pragmatic approach from our friends and colleges across the channel. :devil: ;)  

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Guido is twisting the truth yet again. Here is the original Observer article, which is patently objective and sensible:

Unfortunately, the British government chose not to engage in good faith with these proposals. Instead of the path of partnership and dialogue, it has chosen unilateralism.

There is no legal or political justification for unilaterally breaking an international agreement entered into only two years ago. The tabling of legislation will not fix the challenges around the protocol. Instead, it will create a new set of uncertainties and make it more challenging to find durable solutions.

Northern Ireland wants stability. Tearing up the Brexit agreement will put peace and prosperity at risk | Annalena Baerbock & Simon Coveney | The Guardian

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Try this -  Russia should be able to move goods freely through the EU single market because it’s all part of their country. 

Now lets apply this logic to UK.

UK should be able to move goods freely through the EU single market because it’s all part of their country.

And NI is in the UK. 

It is quite obviously two sets of rules for the same circumstances.

One is UK the other an untrustworthy one party state using violence to get their way, yet the Germans give Russia the benefit of the doubt and say UK is using unacceptable behavior.

Totally bizarre. 

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