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Suleiman Kerimov, a majority shareholder in Uralkali, could be the next victim in the ‘potash war’ as diplomatic relations sour between Minsk and Moscow.
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Ref Peter Snow.They cant sit down and discus it like human beings.They have to be in charge.What fools they are
Lates now is that all food from Belarus is suddenly dangerous and should not be eaten by Russians.They did the same with Georgia Latvia and anyone else that causes offence.What a backward lot you really are.Behaving like clowns
hahaha i laugh. am very happy 2 see russia sanctioning countries, the same tin they accuss america and the west of doing wat a country fall of lies and backwardness
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