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mercredi 12 juillet 2017

SANCTIONS ECONOMIQUES .. LE QUATAR IMPORTE DES VACHES LAITIERES

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 LES PREMIERES VACHES ARRIVENT PAR AVION D' ALLEMAGNE , ELLES ONT TRANSITE PAR BUDAPEST, LES PROCHAINES SERONT LIVREES PAR LES PAYS BAS, LES USA ET L' AUSTRALIE

 QUELLE TRAFIC D' ANIMAUX HONTEUX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
TOUT CELA POUR ALIMENTER DES PEUPLES QUI HABITUELLEMENT NE TOUCAHIENT PAS AU LAITAGES...
DES VACHES VICTIMES DU BLOCUS COMME UNE SIMPLE MARCHANDISE, C' EST DU TRAFIC IGNOBLE
 HONTE!!!!

It appears that the Gulf blockade against Qatar will remain in place for the foreseeable future after representatives from Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the UAE dismissed Qatar's response to their 13 demands as “not serious” and pledged to continue to keep the Gulf state under political and economic sanctions until it changes its policies.
And after a local businessman said he would import 4,000 cows to the gulf desert late last month, the first cows are already starting to arrive. As CNN Money reports, Qatar has taken delivery of 165 cows that were airlifted into the Gulf state to ease a milk shortage caused by sanctions imposed by Qatar’s neighbors. They are the first shipment for local dairy company, Baladna, which is ramping up production just weeks after Qatar's four Arab state antagonists cut off diplomatic ties.


Qatar has repeatedly denied allegations that it supports terrorism, and has said it would not comply with the gulf state’s other demands, including shuttering its media properties, including Al Jazeera. The first cows, purchased from a German supplier, arrived Tuesday on a Qatar Airways flight from Budapest, Hungary. Other cows are expected to be sourced from the Netherlands, the U.S. and Australia.
Most of Qatar's fresh milk and dairy products, meant for Doha’s more than 1 million residents, came from Saudi Arabia up until the sanctions were declared. That supply was cut off after the kingdom and its allies cut transport links with "a country that spends $500 million a week to prepare stadiums and a metro before the soccer World Cup in 2022.