More Evidence of the Fake Wars

Spread the Word

by Claudiu Secara

Part I: The Fall of Europe

Part II: The Fake War

Part III: More Evidence of the Fake Wars

Part IV: Hungary and Turkey: More on the Fake War

There is more evidence supporting the conclusion of our post of a few days ago: The Fake War.

Algeria has admitted that it can no longer supply gas to Europe

The country has not invested significantly in the development of gas production in recent years and against the background of growing domestic consumption, therefore, it has no special opportunities to increase gas exports, said Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Algeria to Russia Smail Benamara.

Algeria has significant reserves of gas on the shelf and would like to start producing it, but this requires technology. “This possibility will be considered sooner or later,” the Ambassador stressed.

He noted that Algeria plans to develop gasification of the country’s regions, “we don’t have many opportunities to increase gas exports, so Russian companies can come to us to explore – we have invested little recently,” the ambassador said.

The Ambassador repeated that Russia invests little in Algeria, as if taking a wait-and-see attitude.


The European Parliament urged the EU not to buy gas from Azerbaijan

Many MEPs called on EU Commison President Ursula von der Leyen not to buy gas from Azerbaijan, which, according to them, “attacks the sovereign territory of Armenia”, but to take measures to stop hostilities.

In July this year, the EU signed an agreement with Baku on doubling gas supplies from Azerbaijan in the next few years as part of Brussels’ desire to reduce dependence on Russian gas.

“We cannot allow Germany not to close nuclear power plants, but at the same time import gas from Azerbaijan and depend on another criminal regime. I hope that we will all oppose Aliyev’s aggression against Armenia,”- words of French MP Francois-Xavier Bellamy.

Similar speeches were made by other French deputies, as well as representatives of Bulgaria.



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