- Aug 6, 2021
- Moscow, Russia
Beautiful words.Posting some facts about what what sanctions would have been broken will go a long way.
I have always been stumped by the requirement for businesses to comply with some requirements other than laws. The machine tool factory must make the machines most efficiently and sell them for the highest profit - without breaking the law.
All my life I see a bunch of this crap in Russia - a machine tool factory should make machine tools, and also maintain a kindergarten for the children of employees, a summer holiday camp for the children of employees, a hospital, a clinic, a sports team, pay a salary to a bunch of invalids doing nothing (who cannot be fired , even if they sniff coke right at their desk), etc.
Hell, the state should be in charge of shaping the sled. If someone has violated some law - it is bad, you need to conduct a trial in accordance with the law.
A couple of months after the start of the war (my God, this is the second year of this horror .....) it turned out that French enterprises supplied kits for assembling sighting systems that were installed on Russian armored vehicles, and the deliveries were made after 2014 of the year (after the annexation of Crimea ). Naturally, such things require an export license. I have no questions for these enterprises - their first goal is to earn. But what the hell was the idiot at customs who issued the export permit for this?????