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

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

RT @shaunwkearney: If you were worried that Corbyn was a bit too friendly with Russia and Middle Eastern despots, this is our Prime Minister's track record. https://t.co/MRSp5pm1AJ

RT @AlexKokcharov: In #Russia, the editor in chief of @RT_com publicly regrets on social media that Russian armed forces did not occupy entire #Georgia in 2008 and entire #Ukraine in 2014. This is all you need to know about Russian propaganda TV channels. https://t.co/YI864zTtiC

RT @David_K_Clark: The SNP, under its current leadership, is admirably tough on Russia in stark contrast to the Tory Party, which is awash with questionable money and dodgy connections. By all means let’s have a proper inquiry into Russian influence on UK politics. But let’s look at all of it.

RT @StewartMcDonald: 🏳️‍🌈🇷🇺This week I’m hosting 2 activists from Russia •Soldado Koval, a trans activist who fled Russia after threats & violence from neo-Nazis •Svetlana Zakharova from ⁦@rulgbtnet⁩ - which helped rescue victims of anti-LGBT pogroms in Chechnya eventbrite.co.uk/e/march-to-equ…

RT @spectatorindex: RT @spectatorindex: Exports, 2015. France, the UK and Russia combined: $1.29 trillion Germany: $1.31 trillion https://t.co/ONfK73Jtok

RT @nealrstewart: Is Ulster now going to be to little England what Serbia is to Russia? Shorthand for jingoistic, cultural/religious tubthumping, yet ultimately left in the lurch when it comes to the crunch?

RT @rab_boyce: @StewartMcDonald I disagree with Stewart on his indy stance, but his informed view on why Russia isn’t our friend needs more support. Russia isn’t a friend of Scotland.

RT @LJ_Skipper: The UK loves Russia. Why? They prop up a good chunk of London. Worth contrasting that with whatever the PM says post National Security Council: theguardian.com/world/2017/mar…