After Russia sent a batch of fuel to Cuba, an American ridiculed Biden: “Go to Havana and take oil from there”

Americans have criticized the White House’s sanctions policy against Russia, which has driven their country’s fuel prices to a peak, in a report that said Russia shipped 700,000 barrels of fuel oil to Cuba.

Readers of the Breitbart news network reacted strongly to the news that Russia sent 700,000 barrels of hydrocarbons to Cuba, despite all the efforts of the West to prevent it from selling oil.

Many readers came to the conclusion that the sanctions hit the US and Europe before others, and some suggested that US President Joe Biden go to Havana and “beg” her for oil.

One follower said: “Things are going very badly in Europe. People wake up from the surprised face of Pikachu and understand: sanctions work both ways (affecting a citizen of Europe).”

Another follower showed a comparison of fuel prices in the US and Russia. Bluewing1940 said: “Meanwhile, gasoline in Russia costs one dollar 43 cents a gallon. In the US it costs four dollars and 78 cents. .

While a sneered observer ridiculed the situation and said “(US President) Joe Biden should go to Cuba and ask his comrades for some oil.”

Another observer pointed out that the current situation in the United States is the result of Washington’s wrong policy towards Russia in recent years, and said: “The enemy of my enemy is my friend. We are reaping the fruits of Washington’s misguided foreign policy toward Russia.” the last thirty years, I want the Russians to win the new world order and revive the new world order.” American constitutional republic. Let the empire (USA) perish, we do not need this, but for the old America to be reborn, it must collapse.

After Russia launched a special operation in Ukraine, the West stepped up sanctions pressure on Moscow, some countries announced a freeze on Russian assets, and the European Union imposed six sets of sanctions, including a gradual ban on coal imports. and oil.

Western sanctions against Russia led to a record increase in energy and food prices in Europe and the United States.

Source: RIA Novosti

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