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Landowners and carriers the first suffered from the Russian ban on import of the European production

Sadly looking at a crop decaying directly on beds the Greek farmers and forcedly idling Romanian truckers here are some weeks almost main heroes of the majority of the European mass media. Landowners and transport workers the first suffered from the Russian ban on import of the European production and instead of growing up and transporting, only and do that consider losses. When the scale of losses became clear, the alarm was sounded by politicians. The Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán urged the European colleagues to restrain a heat and not to enter new sanctions. His Slovak colleague Robert Fico compared further complication of the relations with Russia expensive on a slaughterhouse. The Finnish prime minister Alexander Stubb, speaking to official language, I expressed serious concern in connection with deterioration of the relations with Russia.