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markomihkelson

Vice Chair of Foreign Affairs Committee of Estonian Parliament. International relations. Global security. Russia. Baltic States. China. EU. NATO. e-Government.

BuonannoG

Sindaco di Borgosesia (VC), Pro Sindaco di Varallo (VC). Deputato Lega Nord al Parlamento europeo. Membro Comm. Industria e Agricoltura e Delegazione UE-Russia.

RT @RonNehring: Two of the toughest European leaders in holding Russia accountable are @Bordans and @FeldmansLV. They’re with the New Conservative Party of Latvia and are awesome. Give them a follow please.

RT @RonNehring: Two of the toughest European leaders in holding Russia accountable are @Bordans and @FeldmansLV. They’re with the New Conservative Party of Latvia and are awesome. Give them a follow please.

RT @RonNehring: Two of the toughest European leaders in holding Russia accountable are @Bordans and @FeldmansLV. They’re with the New Conservative Party of Latvia and are awesome. Give them a follow please.

RT @RonNehring: Two of the toughest European leaders in holding Russia accountable are @Bordans and @FeldmansLV. They’re with the New Conservative Party of Latvia and are awesome. Give them a follow please.

RT @RonNehring: Russia is holding “elections” in Crimea and Sevastopol today. These are a complete fraud and should not be recognized. #Russia’s occupation of #Crimea is illegal, and must never be rewarded. The West must keep up the pressure. @MFA_Ukraine

RT @spectatorindex: Nuclear reactors under construction, 2019. China: 13 India: 7 South Korea: 5 Russia: 4 UAE: 4 Bangladesh: 2 Belarus: 2 Japan: 2 Pakistan: 2 Slovakia: 2 US: 2 Argentina: 1 Finland: 1 France: 1 Turkey: 1 UK: 1 (World Nuclear Association)

RT @spectatorindex: Military power, 2018. 1. US 2. Russia 3. China 4. India 5. France 6. UK 7. South Korea 8. Japan 9. Turkey 10. Germany 11. Italy 12. Egypt 13. Iran 14. Brazil 15. Indonesia (Global Firepower) Longer list: instagram.com/p/BngU0-xl9gF/

RT @spectatorindex: Favorable view of Russia, 2018. Philippines: 63% Tunisia: 55% S Korea: 53% Greece: 52% Indonesia: 46% Italy: 37% Germany: 35% Israel: 35% Brazil: 35% Argentina: 34% France: 30% Australia: 29% Canada: 27% Japan: 26% UK: 22% Poland: 22% US: 21% Sweden: 17% Netherlands: 15% (Pew)

RT @spectatorindex: RT @spectatorindex: GDP. Russia: $1650 billion Spain: $1470 billion Australia: $1460 billion Mexico: $1240 billion Texas: $1755 billion

RT @spectatorindex: Share of energy from fossil fuels. Saudi: 100% Japan: 93% Russia: 92% Mexico: 90% Australia: 90% Argentina: 88% China: 88% S Africa: 87% Turkey: 87% US: 82% S Korea: 81% UK: 80% Italy: 80% Germany: 79% Canada: 74% India: 74% Indonesia: 66% Brazil: 59% France: 47% (World Bank)