25.09.2022

Trump extends sanctions against DPRK for another year

The President of the United States Donald trump for a year extended the sanctions against North Korea, despite the recent summit with the DPRK leader.

About it reports a press-service of the White house.

According to the report, trump extended the restrictions imposed by the United States between 2010 and 2017. The validity of the sanctions, which include, in particular, import restrictions and the freezing of assets, was completed on 26 June.

“The existence and proliferation of materials suitable for use weapons on the Korean Peninsula and the actions of the government of North Korea continue to pose an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy and economy of the United States,” – said in the White house.

Trump has threatened to impose duties on Chinese goods at $200 billion

Donald trump instructed to prepare a list of Chinese goods in the amount of $200 billion, which will impose a 10% governmental taxes.

This is stated in the statement, which was distributed by the White house.

“I have instructed the U.S. representative for trade negotiations to identify Chinese goods in the amount of $200 billion for additional fees in the amount of 10%,” – said the President of the United States.

He stressed that the tariffs for these products will be introduced “after the completion of the legal process” and in the case that China will once again increase their fees.

Trump said that earlier announced the decision to introduce from July 6 customs duties of 25% on imported from China in the USA goods which total cost is estimated at $34 billion. “These rates are imposed in order to induce China to change its unfair practices in technology and innovation. They also serve as a first step towards balance in our trade relations with China,” said trump.

According to him, unfortunately, China has decided that it will adopt the same scale of measure.

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The Commission does not believe in the existence of the problem of fascism, even after the neo-Nazi party won 21% in the elections in Hungary. Moreover, according to the opinion of the Commissioner, in Europe there are no people who have negative attitude towards immigrants.

Laszlo Andor, European Commissioner for labour market, social policy and issues of social integration (who is also a Hungarian economist), stated that hatred of immigrants is not a real problem for the EU, and the issue blown up out of nothing. If to speak about the immigrants of Bulgarian and Romanian nationality, then, according to Andor, only Denmark and the UK suggests that experiencing difficulties: “the Discussions in these countries on my nerves, because what is being discussed and a myth as the “tourism income”.

But it is necessary to note that in Hungary the Jobbik party, which is considered far-right, won 21% of votes in parliamentary elections. In 2010 the Nazis was 16%, which indicates the trend. It is obvious that the Nazis rose in some specific short-term problem, and continuing for a long time the mood in the society. Representatives of Jobbik Magyarországért Mozgalom openly talking about the fact that Romanians and Jews are their enemies, and Pro-Nazi rulers during the Second world war – role model. They have ties with militants, arranging riots and clashes with citizens of Romanian nationality.

In the party Manifesto in 2010 stated: “the Coexistence of Hungarians and Roma is one of the most acute problems for Hungarian companies. Part of the Roma population doesn’t want no integration, no education and expects that the society will support these people without any conditions. Some types of crime are associated with this minority, and we say that it is necessary to use the right medicine.”

If to speak about the main party of Hungary, Fidesz and its leader Viktor Orban, who was re-elected to the post of Prime Minister, and then without some “radical” ideas did not come. Rewritten the Hungarian Constitution says that this country is Christian, and same-sex marriages are not natural. It’s certainly not fascism, but also traditional for the EU of tolerance we do not see.

Is there a problem of illegal or unwanted migration into the EU? It certainly is not only in Denmark or the UK, but in Hungary itself.
In this context, the rhetoric of the European Commission sounds at least strange.

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