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Ukraine War: Despite EU ‘Sanctions’, Western Goods Reaching Russia Through Georgia


The New York Times has published an article by Ivan Nechepurenko about Western goods being imported into Russia. according to the report, after Russia starts the Special Operation in Ukraine and Europe severed trade ties with the occupying country due to sanctions, Russia soon found alternative ways. The author notes that every day in Georgia trucks line up on the border with Russia. “Loaded with automotive parts, industrial materials and various products, they wait several days to cross the border and complete the journey, which usually starts in Turkey and ends in various cities in Russia,” Nechepurenko wrote. As he…

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