Russia has sold fossil fuels worth 46.6 billion euros to European Union countries since the start of the war in Ukraine on February 24 this year, according to the Finnish-based Center for Energy and Clean Water Research (CREA). In fact, since the start of hostilities, despite talks about a possible energy embargo, Russia's revenue from selling them has doubled.
US President Joe Biden has asked Congress for $33 billion in support of Ukraine. NATO is determined to help Ukraine, even if the war lasts for years. Earlier, the Kremlin warned that arming Ukraine posed a risk to European security and promised a firm military response to attacks on Russian territory.
When a French and Dutch-led police operation cracked the code to Sky ECC in February 2021, investigators gained access to a treasure trove of real-time evidence against a host of international crime gangs.
Thousands of people have been arrested around the world based on the Sky ECC takedown; in the Balkans, Saric is the biggest, but he is far from alone.