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Political scientist Sosnovsky asked Berlin some awkward questions about the migration crisis

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Political scientist Sosnovsky asked Berlin some awkward questions about the migration crisis
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Evening with Vladimir Soloviev

Earlier, the American publication Bloomberg, citing its sources in the EU authorities, published the news that Brussels is considering the option of imposing sanctions against Aeroflot and Turkish Airlines. The EU assumes that both airlines are linked to the migration crisis on the Belarusian-Polish border.

In his Telegram channel “DOCTOR SOSNOVSKY”, the political scientist said that several German tabloids, citing an internal document of the European Commission, reported that most of the participants in the operation “migrants from Belarus” live in Europe, including the Federal Republic of Germany.

Political scientist Sosnovsky asked Berlin some awkward questions about the migration crisis
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Later on the YouTube channel “Soloviev LIVE” Sosnovsky raised this topic again. According to him, although refugees still end up in the EU from Belarus, the West is no less to blame for this. As it turned out, migrants move to the mainland with the help of European transport companies. In this regard, the political scientist had several questions addressed to Berlin.

“The question arises, what does the sanction against Aeroflot have to do with it if German citizens from the European Union themselves help transport refugees? For each refugee, any EU country can receive money – for each equipped refugee 10 thousand euros, ”the expert said.

He also asked why the German border guards and police are inactive in relation to refugees who enter Germany. According to Sosnovsky, all parties to this crisis must take action and solve the problem.

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