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Serbian Dictator Aleksandar Vučić Fooled U.S. Ambassador Christopher R. Hill Exactly The Same As He Fooled You

There's controversy over whether Aleksandar Vučić provided the real Agreement to Hill

Serbian Dictator Aleksandar Vučić Fooled U.S. Ambassador Christopher R. Hill Exactly The Same As He Fooled You

NEW YORK ( — The Kremlin has a terror alert system. Why? Don’t they befriend Serbian terrorists? Oh, come on guys, take a joke. The Rich TVX News Network launches its new Russian/Serbian Mafia bulletin series on the web today. After an unfulfilling The Godfather’s 50th anniversary and some mixed emotions about the U.S. Ambassador Christopher R. Hill and the U.S. Embassy in Serbia allowing the Serbian dictator Aleksandar Vučić to enter the United States. If you’d had the chance to read the contemporary diaries of a tyrant, say, Aleksandar Vučić — without knowing who he was — would you have read them? Anyway, following up on the latest scandal in New York, Aleksandar Vučić is pulling a gimmick meant to fake you out. Repairing the damage will not be easy, but everybody would love to see the Agreement that Aleksandar Vučić presented to the U.S. Ambassador Hill. It’s a bit weird to have so many grown men describe a fake document as beautiful, but there you have it. There’s controversy over whether Aleksandar Vučić provided the real Agreement to Hill. Longtime readers will know that we are big fans of U.S. Ambassador Hill, but the bitter truth is that Serbian dictator Aleksandar Vučić fooled U.S. Ambassador Christopher R. Hill exactly the same as he fooled you. He fooled everyone he talked to. The Aleksandar Vučić regime signed an agreement with Sergey Lavrov pledging long-term “consultations” on foreign policy matters amid Russia’s war in Ukraine. Sergey! Let Christopher, in Belgrade, have a ride on that one,” Aleksandar Vučić most probably thought. When first we saw this headline, we thought it could not be real: “Russian Embassy Serbia: Hill’s statement is inappropriate”. But it is all too real and tragic.

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Look At The Whole Picture Aleksandar Andjelković Vučić

According to our sources deep inside the Russian government, in the foreign ministry, and in the intelligence services, Serb dictator Aleksandar Vučić provided to some Russian delegates a copy of his ‘Black Book’, containing details of alleged kickbacks he must pay every month to American diplomats in the State Department. The whole room laughed. Despite everything that has appeared in the past decade, Aleksandar Vučić´s ‘Black Book’ offers the most complete look at corruption in the State Department. The envelope contained “an intelligence bombshell, but for some reason the mood suddenly changed. Frustrated, Vučić was bitter that he was not able to buy U.S. Ambassador Christopher R. Hill yet. Aleksandar Vučić kept talking about money, and the State Department. He sounded like a secret Deep State cabal tossing bags of dark foreign cash around. With all his responsibilities as a FSB station chief in wartime, balancing die time demands of his cover job as a senior diplomat with his other job directly overseeing the FSB Washington station and supervising the FSB stations in New York and San Francisco, the Russian told him: “Look at the whole picture, Aleksandar Andjelković Vučić. It’s not a pretty one. It looks very bad for you.” The Russian even issued Aleksandar Vučić with a dramatic ultimatum: “agree within a month to take action against Kosovo, or we will drop you.” The only way to avoid a war with NATO in Ukraine seemed to be for the Russians to start new wars in the Balkans. When Aleksandar Vučić tried to joke about Putin. It was a short-sighted stupid idea that the Serbian tyrant came to regret. “Just for that joke against Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin you should have been put away a long time ago,” the Russian told him. Even the real joke wasn’t about Putin, it was about Aleksandar Vučić. For the FSB, Aleksandar Vučić was a joke. The Kremlin fears of American success in the Balkans came as the war in Ukraine reached its most apocalyptic moment.

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The Kremlin Blew Up Russian Gas Pipelines Nord Stream 1 & 2

Attacks begin before Rich TVX News Network’s new bulletin is even released. We promise this will be the last Aleksandar Vučić post for a while. Sarcasm On. By the way, Gabriel Escobar from the State Department plans to form his own branch of government. Put it this way: This is not the first time for the Deep State we thought to ourselves, “If we had only listened to the Grandmaster, the State Department wouldn’t be in this mess in the first place.” Sarcasm Off. The former Polish Defense Minister, Radek Sikorski, has attributed to the U.S. the sabotage of two pipelines, Nord Stream 1 and 2, which carry natural gas from Russia to Germany. “Thank you, USA,” Sikorski wrote on Twitter. Oh, the possibilities are rich. Imagine this, but of course only a fool would act like that. Why would the United States of America do such a thing? The Russian Committee for the Development of International Trade (RUSCIT) plans to invite delegations from Serbia, Germany, the Far East and Africa as part of a drive to counter negative reporting on the Nord Stream 1 and 2 explosions, and provide first-hand proof to opinion-makers abroad. The way we read this: Vladimir Putin both endorses Super Russian pipeline bombers and supervises them. Show us how it’s done, Wowa: But don’t blow yourself up. The sane Russian says that the Kremlin bears a responsibility for what happened there; the insane Russian blames anyone else. The U.S. is working with allies and partners to quickly impose severe economic costs on the Kremlin over “sham” referendums held by Russia in occupied regions of Ukraine.

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Nord Stream

Nord Stream (German-English mixed expression; English North Stream; Russian: Северный поток, Severny potok) is the name for a pair of offshore natural gas pipelines in Europe that run under the Baltic Sea from Russia to Germany. It comprises the Nord Stream 1 pipeline running from Vyborg in northwestern Russia, near Finland, and the Nord Stream 2 pipeline running from Ust-Luga in northwestern Russia near Estonia. Both pipelines run to Lubmin in the northeastern German state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Each pipeline comprises two lines of approximately 100,000 pipes, each pipe being 12 metres (39 ft) long. Nord Stream 2 has been denied certification due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The name “Nord Stream” occasionally refers to a wider pipeline network, including the feeding onshore pipeline in Russia, and further connections in Western Europe.[2]

In Lubmin, Nord Stream connects to the OPAL pipeline to Olbernhau in eastern Germany, on the Czech border, and to the NEL pipeline to Rehden near Bremen in north-western Germany.

Nord Stream 1 is owned and operated by Nord Stream AG, whose majority shareholder is the Russian state company Gazprom. Nord Stream 2 is owned and planned to be operated by Nord Stream 2 AG, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gazprom.

U.S. Ambassador Christopher R. Hill

The first line of Nord Stream 1 was laid by May 2011 and was inaugurated on 8 November 2011.[3][4] The second line of Nord Stream 1 was laid in 2011–2012 and was inaugurated on 8 October 2012. At 1,222 km (759 mi) in length, Nord Stream 1 was the longest sub-sea pipeline in the world, surpassing the Norway-UK Langeled pipeline,[5][6] until surpassed by the 1,234-kilometre-long (767 mi) Nord Stream 2 pipeline.

The laying of Nord Stream 2 was carried out in 2018–2021.[7] The first line of Nord Stream 2 was completed in June 2021, and the second line was completed in September 2021.

Nord Stream 1 gave Nord Stream a total annual capacity of 55 billion m3 (1.9 trillion cu ft) of gas, and the construction of Nord Stream 2 would double this.[8][9][10]

The Nord Stream projects have been fiercely opposed by Central and Eastern European countries as well as the United States due to concerns that the pipelines would increase Russia’s influence in Europe, and the knock-on reduction of transit fees for use of the existing pipelines in Central and Eastern European countries.

Germany suspended certification of Nord Stream 2 on 22 February 2022 in response to Russia’s recognition of the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics during the prelude to the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.[11][12] As a result, Nord Stream 2 AG went into bankruptcy.[13]

On 26 September 2022, the NS1 and the NS2 pipelines experienced multiple unexplained large pressure drops in international waters. Seismographic instruments revealed explosions and a visual inspection revealed leaks, which may be the result of sabotage.[14] Terje Aasland, Norway’s Minister for Petroleum and Energy, said that the leaks were: “acts of sabotage.” Both the Swedish and Danish Prime Ministers have called it “deliberate”.[15]