Putin has planted the seeds of political instability in the EU! There may be turmoil in the whole area

Putin has planted the seeds of political instability in the EU! There may be turmoil in the whole area

6.3 million people have left Ukraine since Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February. The European Union (EU) welcomed these refugees with outstretched arms. All 27 EU member states have allowed these refugees to come to their countries without visas. It has been agreed in the EU that these people will be allowed to live and work in these countries for the next three years. All kinds of facilities have been given to these refugees, on which EU countries have to spend a large part of their budget.

Now many European experts are beginning to discuss the far-reaching consequences of this new refugee problem. Some commentators have said that in the long term these refugees could cause social instability in EU and NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) member states. If this happens, then Russian President Vladimir Putin's aim of creating a state of turmoil in this entire region will be served.


There are signs that people's sympathy for Ukrainian refugees in Poland is now ending. Initially, Poland also opened its doors to these refugees. Due to this, the population of Warsaw, the capital of Poland, has increased by 15 percent in the last three months. City Mayor Rafal Trjaskowski has said – This increase in population is proving to be a big burden on us.

According to a recent estimate by the non-governmental organization Center for Global Development, EU countries will spend $30 billion in just the first year on caring for Ukrainian refugees. This will pose a new challenge to the European economy, where inflation is already skyrocketing. According to experts associated with this organization, in recent years the opinion has strengthened that the arrival of refugees severely affects the political stability of the host country.

According to experts, the influx of refugees in large numbers creates enormous pressure on housing, health systems, and other resources in the host country. It in a way becomes a test of the endurance of the host population.

Some analyzes have pointed out that creating a refugee crisis in European countries has been a long-standing motive of President Putin. In 2015-16, Putin was instrumental in creating such a situation in West Asia that 1.3 million people became refugees. Most of these people left Syria, where the civil war had intensified. There was a deep disagreement in the EU on the issue of accepting Syrian refugees. Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic refused to accept a single refugee.

Analysts have pointed out that Putin's close ally - Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko - has been openly saying that if refugees from Iraq or other countries come to Belarus, he will help them enter the EU from there. Due to this, a big crisis had arisen on the Poland border last year. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen then called Lukashenko's stance a 'hybrid attack'. Now the question is being raised whether Putin has unknowingly or unknowingly carried out a similar attack on the EU, the consequences of which he will have to face in the long term?

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Sri Lanka is facing an economic crisis and wants to buy oil from Russia, two ministers will visit Russia

Sri Lanka is facing an economic crisis and wants to buy oil from Russia, two ministers will visit Russia

Troubled Sri Lanka is exploring options to buy oil from Russia. A senior minister said on Sunday. Sri Lanka is desperate to replenish its dwindling fuel stocks amid an unprecedented economic crisis due to a severe shortage of foreign exchange reserves. On Sunday, the price of petrol was hiked by LKR 50 and diesel by LKR 60 respectively, which is the third price revision in two months.

State-owned refinery Ceylon Petroleum Corporation on Saturday informed the Sri Lankan government that the move was necessitated after the arrival of fuel shipments was delayed due to banking and logistical reasons. Given the dire scenario, Sri Lanka's Minister of Power and Energy Kanchana Wijesekera stressed that the government is exploring options to buy oil from Russia. He said, “We are looking for diplomatic channels. The last ship to arrive was a Russian ship."

Two ministers to visit Russia on Monday
Wijesekera said on Sunday that our first letter of credit was rejected by international banks because the ship was owned by a Russian company. He said the two ministers are scheduled to visit Russia on Monday to discuss fuel and other diplomatic matters. Let us tell you that last week, the Sri Lankan government approached several companies suggested by the Russian Embassy in Colombo for the purchase of crude oil.

"Meanwhile, the government has also decided to implement a token system for the supply of fuel to the people waiting in the queue at the filling station," Wijesekera said. The minister said, “This program will be implemented from Monday, for which the government has sought the help of the soldiers from the police and the army.”

shortage of essentials in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is facing the worst economic crisis since independence in 1948, due to which food, medicine, cooking gas, and fuel are being sold across the country. There has been a severe shortage of essential commodities like

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