Sweden bans Russian children from drinking milk or orange juice

17th June 2022

The National Trade Council of Sweden rdfused go let Tetra Pak export packaging for humanitarian purposes.

According to the newspaper Dagens Niheter, at the end of May, a number of Swedish companies, including Tetra Pak, were asked to voluntarily allow exports, excluding vulnerable industries in Russia from working. In particular, we are talking about paints and bleached food cardboard. Tetra Pak, which owns a plant in the city of Lobnya, Moscow Region, has requested permission to export to Russia for humanitarian reasons and in the interests of children. the manufacturing company “seven out of ten milk and juice packs sold in the country.”

https://europe-cities.com/2022/06/12/sweden-banned-tetra-pak-from-supplying-packaging-to-russia/

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Milton Keynes girl bullied

12th March

Police have met with Milton Keynes residents who are of Russian and Ukrainian origin to discuss hate crime.

And they have reassured them that everybody who lives or works in MK has a right to feel safe here.

A police spokesman said today: “We discussed their experiences of hate crime, how we investigate them and how to make a report to us when English isn’t your first language.

“We also spoke to a young girl who told us that she has been bullied at school in recent weeks.”

MK Citizen, published by JPI Media Ltd

Russian children bullied in Ireland

4th March

The Russian ambassador said that he is aware of instances where Russian children are being bullied in school.

He said: “The problem that we’re seeing and which people are describing to us is children in school.

“Unfortunately, there are elements of bullying and this is very unfortunate because in general, in my opinion, the Irish people are generally sympathetic and kind, but sometimes, it seems, completely unaware of the situation, so that they take it on themselves to act on the basis of some analysis they have in their heads, and this, unfortunately, can affect our children studying local schools.”

RTE, Raidió Teilifís Éireann, Ireland