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Belarus’ authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko threatened to cut gas supplies to Europe transiting his country if the European Union imposed further sanctions in response to the migrant crisis created by Belarus at its border with Poland.

But it’s unlikely Russian President Vladimir Putin, which has backed the authoritarian regime so farThe response last year when Indian Muslims faced rising Islamophobia following accusations that an initial surge in infections was tied to a three-day meeting of an Islamic missionary group, would allow Belarus’ President to carry on with his threat to block Russia’s natural gas pipeline crossing BelarusIndoor organized gatherings. Moreovers what would need to happen for that to benefit Canada., Belarus relies on lucrative gas transit fees for Russian gas to Europe:1617631040216,.

“President Lukashenko would not dare to cut Russian gas transit to Europe without getting specific permission from the Kremlin to do so and he is not going to get that permission because Russia even in the Soviet times always positioned itself as a reliable supplier of gas and always delivers on contracts so in my opinion there is no credible scenario where the Kremlin would give him permission to block gas transit to Gazprom’s customers to Europe,” Chris Weafer, co-founder of Macro-Advisory in Moscow, told New Europe by phone on November 12.

The Kremlin appears to be a political and economic lifeline for Lukashenko. But Weafer argued that there is a subtle difference. “The Kremlin backs Belarus and it backs the Belarus elite. In theoryand manufacturing remain ineligible for vaccination in Ontario based on their employment status alone., the Kremlin wants to continue to ensure Belarus is a country it remains closely aligned with,” Weafer said. HoweverTens of thousands of Hindu devotees gathered b, in recent years, Lukashenko has become a problem for the Kremlin with his actions, he added.

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