Klishas offered to expand Putin’s ultimatum twice in a day


Senator Klishas believes that Russia should sell nickel and platinum for rubles
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The export of nickel, platinum and palladium from Russia should be carried out for rubles, suggested Andrei Klishas, ​​a member of the Federation Council. This is his second proposal of the day to expand the ultimatum of Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sale of energy resources for rubles.

“Why aren’t nickel, platinum and palladium sold in rubles to this day? This is what the “West” really needs and has nothing to replace, ”Klishas wrote in his telegram channel.

This is the Senator’s second proposal of the day to expand Putin’s ultimatum. On the morning of May 29, Klishas called for the sale of not only Russian gas, but also grain and fertilizers for rubles.

On March 24, Putin signed a decree that countries recognized by the Russian Federation as unfriendly will be able to buy Russian gas only for rubles. This was done in response to tough sanctions imposed by the European Union and the United States due to a special operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine. Italy, Germany and Hungary have agreed to a new payment scheme, and the European Union has softened its position on Putin’s ultimatum.

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The export of nickel, platinum and palladium from Russia should be carried out for rubles, suggested Andrei Klishas, ​​a member of the Federation Council. This is his second proposal of the day to expand the ultimatum of Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sale of energy resources for rubles. “Why aren’t nickel, platinum and palladium sold in rubles to this day? This is what the “West” really needs and has nothing to replace, ”Klishas wrote in his telegram channel. This is the Senator’s second proposal of the day to expand Putin’s ultimatum. On the morning of May 29, Klishas called for the sale of not only Russian gas, but also grain and fertilizers for rubles. On March 24, Putin signed a decree that countries recognized by the Russian Federation as unfriendly will be able to buy Russian gas only for rubles. This was done in response to tough sanctions imposed by the European Union and the United States due to a special operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine. Italy, Germany and Hungary have agreed to a new payment scheme, and the European Union has softened its position on Putin’s ultimatum.

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