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ah ah well, seems to remember we engage in dialogue with all interested parties. so this tool was planned quite some time ago. in algeria we had very substantive and extended talk to the president ted bone and foreign minister lamara. we have good ties in defense in industrial sectors and an adjective coat true and humanitarian exchange . so we also value the resistance of the arab nations to the west and lead blue and there impartial assessments of the situation in ukraine while, but they don't join the sanctions regime against russia. sure, because they generally understand the cause of the current events is the blatant refusal of our west and colleagues to grow on equal and impartial security in our common region. the member through my oman visit was the 1st one. so the satellite had been derrick, i'll say either a seated to the throne. he gave me
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a warm welcome. i spent a lot of time with visual skills. really. i really appreciated this from his majesty. as the mom protocol doesn't require interaction with ministerial level officials in such format rules, the talks have demonstrated that we have a lot of potential for developmental, especially in trade and economy. but maybe we are able to take these ties. there's a level of political science that of both of we have a lots of opportunities here, for example, in energy and i teach, but then on june, the 1st i will take part in the regular session of the foreign ministers form of golf corporation council. russia in riot way, but if this is a format that has been around for quite some time on the left l. g to cove, at 19, there was a pause in our meetings. now our friends have suggested we resumed reticent in addition to the g. c. c. rush forum, we will also have bilateral meetings with almost all members of the organization. all arab nations have adopted an ass sheet of responsibility. they have proven that they always act in a way that best serves the national interests and that they would sacrifice these
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interests for the sake of some one else's cheer. political schemes are abs over all our relations. it based on mutual respect, respect the fundamental interests of the arab countries, and we take their security concerns seriously when you, while they in town recognize threats to russia, security deluxe. the threats that the collective west has been engineering for decades, right on our borders, trying to use ukraine to contain russia and inflate serious damage on our comfortless mr. r. cock, we do believe they are ready to continue with that policy. despite the western pressure, the anglo saxon alliance as we college lug was douglas social. yes, the anglo saxon alliance has infinite gloom and they show it daily. the west doesn't honoring this obligation, is under the you and chance to respect the sovereign equality of states and abstain from interfering in their ins. handle the fat zavion. instead, we'll keep sending it. sam baset as an emissaries, the arab nations, and every other capital, the well to bluntly blackmail and deliver ultimatums loosely. it also uses certain situations in its black mailing of it and directly threatens other parties of the
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punishment you saying they will regret not joining the sanctions against russia. this is outright disrespect of sovereign nation festival, but by the reaction of the arab nations and most of the states in asia, africa, and latin america, we see that they don't want to sacrifice their national pride and be lucky to their senior partners. because it only shows that the colonial states of mind and habits of our western colleagues had never changed from the u. s. in europe is still thinking along those lines. you each in their own historical styles. they think they can impose their will on others. assume this isn't right and it's deplorable for a bit goes against the historical process of forming a multi polar wild with several centers of economic growth, financial power, and political influence. this no doubt, the india and china of the world's most fast growing economies with a lot of influence, just like brazil and other latin american countries. the colonial ends repressed the potential of africa that lies in its immense amounts of natural resources. they are still repressing in the neo colonial ages. the has an end been yellow. so
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africa is raising his voice seamlessly. i'm positive that the arab middle east is one of the pillars of the emerging multi polar world mcgiver, derushia machine, russia, china, india, and other nations have friendly relations. good. we see in the lines of those nations to oppose the u. s. blog guns. when you go, this is the young all young, we never found it alliances little buddied out against anybody. the new we have an extensive and well established network of partner organizations exist. so liza the structure is created after the collapse of the soviet union. but the commonwealth of independent states, sort of the collective security treaty organization and the eurasian economic union . true. there are also organizations that bring together plays across a great cheer political landscape before such as the shanghai corporation organizations of that is currently established and is developing close to ties with the li loose and the coupling of the eurasian integration projects with the chinese initiatives like the belt and road initiative, the bully of the people's republic of china, and the even have signed
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a corresponding agreement issues. the coupling of integration processes include more and more territory lulu, aside from the e, a. e u and the s c o. these organizations have also psy memorandums of mutual understanding with the syrian and this is the so called great to eurasia projects. is that the ration partnership, the one connect, the whole continental real president potent spoke about it at the russia as in summits 6 years ago. shooting and this project is taking shape based on real processes on the ground. it has a purely eurasian aspect. silicon. many arab nations are interested in collaborating with the s c o. 2 would flat rule of the, of the leading sub regions of all great continent representatives. we my do substantiate with positive alliances that don't seek rivalry with anybody of the coming a global trend. feel good news or the membership of bricks proves it from brazil, russia, india, china, and south africa. i'll saudi friends and argentina expressed similar interest in miss organization will show you the foreign minister of argentina is declared, the nations intent to become a full member of exists during the preparation for its next summit is on the way
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which will feature an outreach format. sure, hold a dozen countries developing mostly will participate in who said the progress is that if that but i'm, we know our western friends have many phobias and complexes of a superiority and infallibility complex it, for example. but they also paranoid because they see opposition and a threat to that dominance. in any process they don't control or not pilot soldiers . it's time to get rid of such habits as a per slid near. would you say the recent rush to china join military exercises are indicative of sampling of to put a billiard near lush? this is an extension of our partnership, which range to strength and security in the region or russia and china hold regular military drills and various of the exercises together. the goal is to enhance our anti terrorism coordination and strengthen our common borders as members of the shanghai corporation, organization, issues. russia and china has a long history of fruitful corporation in the area of defenseless good in the years now we've held regular exercises in the areas where we shad boyd is using where our
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security and press overlap. this reflects the responsibility and commitment with both russia and china to madison security. i get a sick shanaski. the anglo saxon allies has shown 0 concern of all the problem of biological weapons. despite all the evidence revealed by russia, how can we make the world recognized the dangers of biological warfare? although if you read the press, especially in the russian speaking world, they talk about a historic moment. now the trasha area has exposed those slabs to the world, but it more than the ocean. this is in direct violation with the biological and talks in weapons conventional under this convention for years we have advocated the creation of a transparent and universal verification mechanism. in these efforts, we've been supported by all of the countries except the united states. suddenly, the proposed mechanism would allow all countries to verify that none of the parts this is a convention or in violation of their obligations since 2001 molten 20 years. the u
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. s. is vehemently oppose this initiative because we know to day why they have gotten to this position because all these years, they have been creating military biological, the board trees around the world customer. there is an entire division of the pentagon or the defense threats reduction agency in charge of these operations is valid in developing the network of military and biological bar trees. the pentagon is directed special attention to the former soviet union countries and eurasia. and general sher, if you look at the available data on why such labarte trees have been set up, you can see they've been established primarily along the border of the russian federation. and in close proximity to the people's republic of china was initially we expected that the experiments conducted in these lippard trees, and not exactly peaceful or innocent in nature, are you? so then the russian armed forces along with it the nice and the guns, malicious, discovered these liberty trees him. are you close to the city, liberated, asked parts of the special militia operation of the americans who abandoned these the bart trees in haste. before the arrival of a truce, attempted to destroy all the documents in samples,
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but they couldn't wipe out all of that analysis of the will. the pathogen samples that survived, as well as the documents found the clearly demonstrate that the purpose of those experiments whose military wellness is from these same documents. it became clear that there are dozens of similar labs across the crime. so we will work to ensure the festival of the evidence we've presented to the un security council is taken very seriously. because as you've pointed out, the overwhelming majority of developing countries do take it seriously. and secondly, this information lays the groundwork of concrete actions to be taken under the biological weapons convention. humans of the united states must clarify what exactly they were up to. and we will also investigate further reports that sets in other countries, namely, the ukraine. germany were involved in these experiments, specifically those conducted in the ukranian lattice of a thing. if it's not classified, what else did you find? laboratories likely to be close to russia? nuclear, you know, it's not a little, but there are similar labs in armenia who has exxon and in several central asian
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countries. we are working with these countries through bilateral channels. and as members of the collective security tree tokenize ation to address these issues. you live with virtually every c, s, t o country and other members of the c i. s. we have signed or in the process of signing memorandums on biological security labels under these memorandums countries agree to inform each other of their respective biological research programs. borderline naturally, this requires transparency below so we can make sure none of these programs have a military government agency that is forbidden by the convention of so also these memorandums allow the sides to visits each other's research facilities and examined the activities of that bio lapse in addition of it stated in the documents that there must be no military representatives of any 3rd party. it's any of our biological facilities alluded, would reduce them according to this in what way would these countries benefit from hosting bio labs like these? so material game may be the material needed to se, ask you so you specially the soviet union had
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a massive biological research program. when the ussr assigned the biological weapons convention, the program which is all its military components, i speak the research that was still valuable from a scientific standpoint. when the us saw collapse in 1991, we will remember was they took country with interest. very haggerty of russia was at stake. we had no reserves to pay off our national debt. people didn't have the money to purchase, even the basic, everyday necessity when you're born in our western part is quickly seize the moment as they say they offered their services. in all aspects of life. the penetrated pool area, the newly independent country. they sent their advises that consultant and now were reaping the results. but times have changed. you know, these are no longer young and inexperienced. freshly independent republics, just woken up from the soviet dream book. this is all in the past. now. all the former soviet republics have grown stronger, shall establish themselves as completely sovereign and independent. they can now
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decide for themselves which partners to choose in the international arena homeless . we have agreement with them saying that commitments they made back to that. and as part of the c s c s t o one, the ration economic union that these commitments must be julie respected by other countries that are interested in fostering relations with all the states is the former soviet union of the studio. and of course, we engaged in discussion about the problems we will face back then during the formation of unused through various agencies. if we continue to exchange information about the risks associated with such seamless collaboration with foreign countries insensitive areas. in addition, naturally, biological research is one of those areas i need to, as i said, we now have an understanding that we share a bio security issues that directly affect public health and the environment within the jurisdiction of the collective security treaty organizational support that we will continue to work in a constructive manner in accordance with all these it, oh
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ah, i look forward to talking to you all that technology should work for people. a robot must obey the orders given it by human beings, except where such order that conflict with the 1st law show your identification. we should be very careful about personal intelligence at that point. obviously is too great trust, rather than fear. i would like to take on various job with artificial intelligence, real summoning with a robot must protect his own existence with
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what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy confrontation, let it be an arms. race is often very dramatic. development only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very difficult. time. time to sit down and talk. ah, don't ca now ter, kenny tele are proposing some sort of a plan to bring cross shiny keys back to the negotiation table. there's even a name for it already. their own plan is russia willing to engage in the negotiations that so far failed to produce and your results. well, let us go. we've talked about it many times before. our western colleagues simply decided to use lensky and use all citizens of ukraine to the very last person to
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try and contain russia. they want to close as much damage to russia as possible to try and defeat rush from the battlefield. and the, talking openly about this in washington, in berlin, in london, especially in london. and in warsaw. of course, in warsaw they went so far as to propose to wipe out the entire russian world, comparing it to a cancerous chima on the body of mankind. for years, russia's tried to make people listen. we've tried to explain so many times, why nato's expense and eastwards and ukraine being pulled into nato earn except when they heard us, but they didn't listen. all they had to do was make ukraine comply with its commitments. they failed to do that in 2014, when there was acute attack in ukraine. despite the guarantees of the for years we've been calling on care to fulfill its obligations. at one point to zalinski government publicly stated that they would never talk to these people, meaning the dumbass authorities and the west still covered for them. even though they were required to talk to these people by the un security council resolution
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that approved the minsk agreements. then they said they would never carry out the midst agreements that they would rather die than grunt these republics, any special status. meanwhile, ukraine passed the series of laws banning the russian language and education and in the media. the use of the russian language was prohibited even in everyday situation, as only the ukrainian language was recognized as the language of every day communication the ukrainians. let's not forget what lensky said about that. if anyone feels russian and they should feel free to go back to russia, he said that in september 2021. we heard all these humiliating anti russian races statements, and we saw ukraine's near nazi policies which were becoming enshrined in ukrainian law. we try to make the western nations the o. s. c, the council of europe and the relevant, you embodied take notice, but there was no reaction. occasionally someone would say, well, yes, they have to comply with their internal obligations. but zalinski could not care
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less about his government's international obligations, or the constitution of ukraine, which expressly guarantees the rights of ukraine's russian speaking population. they spat from the constitution on all the international conventions and kept pushing through the anti russian laws. we've explained why we had to make committees, and our findings that the ukranian army positions during the special operation suggests that it was almost too late to commence on february the 24th. they were planning to launch a so called plan b on march the 8th, a large ukrainian force that had been deployed on the line of contact by mid february was meant to launch in assault and take over the dumbass. that would have been a severe violation of the minced agreements and the un security council resolution mika, for i have no doubts that had they succeeded. the west would have turned a blind eye to these violations, just like it has been doing. so for the past 8 years and, and when care of proposed negotiations a few days since the operation, we immediately agreed several rounds were held in person and betters. we were
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trying to understand the position of ukrainian colleagues while they were trying to achieve. so we made our position clear. after a few rounds and bellows and online, we scheduled a meeting and it's time book. during that meeting, the ukrainian side finally provided its proposals in writing for the 1st time. the document was signed by the head of their delegation. we studied their proposals, reporting it to the president and confirm to ukraine and colleagues that we were ready to have them as a starting point. and since those were just disjointed elements and not the proper drive, we've prepared one on its basis. and i can't stress this enough with that draft was based on the ukrainian proposals. then we forward it to our ukranian colleagues. but the next day we had another gross stage provocation in butcher. 3 peaceful days had passed after the russian army left the city. when bodies were found in the streets, and russia was accused of mass murder, you know, what happened next year? the west introduced another round of sanctions as if it knew what was going to happen. and ukraine said it had changed its approach and wanted to reformulate the
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principles of the peace treaty. nevertheless, the contacts continued. as of today, the current draft is on the ukrainian side and no progress has been made. but as to who's ready for talks, the landscape is giving an interview. recently. he's talking to somebody every day these days. so he's giving an interview and he said he was ready for talk. but only between him and post it. there is no point in talks on any of the level. he thought there shouldn't be any mediators. and only after ukraine regains control of its territory on the borders as february, the 23rd. i guess i don't have to explain that this is just silly, but nobody can deny the west benefits from this irrational stubbornness. i've said before that the west is called to inflict a military defeat from russia. so the war has to go on. they need to arm ukrainian, nationalists, weapons, and ukraine, including those that can hit russian territory. president lensky is public. you requested such weapons. we have strongly warned the west against providing them. it is effectively waging a proxy war against russia using the hands bodies and minds of ukrainian near not
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caesar, but long range weapons would drastically escalate the conflict. and i sincerely hope that the few reasonable people in the west understand that. yes, we're looking into negotiations right now, but it's already been advertised as some kind of break through step. the same goes for the italian initiative. we haven't seen anything so far. we have respect relations and the descriptions of this piece initiative, the surface in the media. but from what we've read, if that is the real deal, then i must say it's regrettable how little the author of this initiative understand about the subject or about the history of the problem. if what i saw was correct, then they talk about crimea, and the dumbass being parts of ukraine is regions with broad autonomy, no serious politician. he wants to actually achieve progress on the issue and not just advertising self to his electra will propose something like that. the dumbass could have returned to ukraine a long time ago if the ukraine in governments, but portion coast answer landscape, had complied with immense agreements and granted special status to these people.
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the people who refused to accept the code, all they wanted was to retain the russian language. also, this italian initiative you spoke about says that in addition to the reconciliation between rush from ukraine, if the media report correctly, they also want to launch a new helsinki process to ensure the security of everyone in europe. funny how our friends in rome suddenly remembered the helsinki process. now, when it's too late, because the helsinki price escaped the world as well as our region, the euro, atlantic region, a number of very important things. getting in, for example, the declaration signed the highest level at the summit of the organization, security and cooperation in europe, specifically and assemble in 1999 and in astonish, in 2010. these documents enshrined the principal of indivisibility of security. they said that security can only be equal and indivisible. these documents contained a detailed formulation. every country has the right to choose its own alliances, but no country can choose its alliances or otherwise strengthened, security in
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a way that would undermine the security of any of the country. and the 3rd component of this formula, no country, no organisation in the o. s c can claim to dominate security issues. anyone who is familiar with the situation in europe understands that the key components of this commitment being flagrantly violated by western countries. they believe they are reinforcing their own security by opening violating rushes rights to its own security. they insist the only need to can call the shots in this region and no one else. so we try to make these noble political concepts into reality. they don't just remain words on paper, followed by the signatures of americas in europe's presidents. but so that they can actually make a change in the world. so we put forward a suggestion. let's turn this political commitment. the one i just told you about into an actual treaty. let's give it some legal power. back in 2009. we propose such a treaty to the nato countries. they said that they would not even consider discussing it. do you know why this is important? they said only nato can provide legal security guarantees than we say. but what
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about the a see if you will have your signatures head, don't you? they respond with, well, these are political promises slogans that. so this is very telling as to how western politicians treat, that president signatures. but that wasn't our only attempt. we tried again later, i gave you the 20092013 timeline. and then the qu happened in 2014 the minsk agreements in 2015 all those years. we kept saying they colleagues, this will not happen. well, because you are ignoring all legitimate interests, you're rudely saying no. when we are just asking you to consider all legitimate concerns. and we were not talking about some regions, tens of thousands of kilometers away. we were discussing the situation at the russian border. imagine the hypocrisy, the density, the colonial mentality. i am allowed to do whatever while you will do what i tell you. and we see this everywhere, not just in the treatments of our interest when they need to remember how in 1999 in the united states, suddenly decided that you get sloppy was
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a threat to american national security. 10000 kilometers away from the u. s coast and they just bombed it. they use the american who headed up the o. c. mission at that time, william walker. he cried genocide after several bodies who discovered in red check . as it turned out later, these were not civilians but militants. they dressed them as civilians and laid out their bodies. similar to how things were staged in boots at nick care on april the 23rd this year. the same technique. and it works even when it's not too convincing . they don't need to convince anyone they bomb the yugoslavia. they recognize conservation dependence, breaking all our c principles. and then they said, this is how it's going to be. by the way, after the referendum in crimea, they said no cost of self determination is right. but crimea self determination is wrong in 2003, the us decided that another country, 10000 kilometers away, post threatened to america, iraq. they showed a vial with powder, i think poor column power lay to complain that he had been set up by his
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intelligence agencies. in several years later, tony blair admitted yes, we made a mistake, but oh, well, what are you going to do? obviously by then there was nothing anyone could do the bomb, the country for millions of civilians were killed in iraq, territorial, and he is still in jeopardy. and the country is facing numerous problems. serious ones like terrorism, for example, which wasn't a problem before the invasion. yes, iraq and libya had authoritarian governments but no terrace. these were not combat zones with conflicts rising all the time. hibler libby, as another example in 2011 obama said that america will be leading behind europe. spac, france, the most democratic country, an old europe, with its liberty, a gala tag, fraternity principle, had it up the nature operation against the reggie and ended up destroying the whole country and libya's having a really hard time getting back to normal. the french of course, now trying to help they keep coming up with various initiatives, hold conferences,
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amount, selection dates, but nothing is working. they should have thoughts about libby as feature after the wes interference for the sake of the country security. i am not referring to this to say that if they are allowed to do it, why aren't we? this would be a simplification of a very complex issue. i'm just giving you examples of how the west thinks and operates. they consider the whole world, their security, so therefore they should decide for the whole world. look at nato, when nato crew to our borders. they responded to all our concerns by saying, don't worry nato's a defensive alliance. it doesn't threaten your security. firstly, this is diplomatic insolence. we should be the ones to decide what is in the interest of our security, just like any of the country. and secondly, the north atlantic treaty organization was a defense alliance when it had someone to defend itself from italy, when the war, so packed and soviet union dissipated, the defense line dissipated as well. any military academy graduate will tell you that both that they maintain their military substance and continued to move the defense light, bringing it to a border. we've just covered in detail the results of this policy. in recent months,
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nato secretary general and other hawks like the u. k foreign minister of the clad that nato should take on global obligations, nato must and show security in the pacific region. i guess it means that next time nate has line of defense will move to the south china sea. and it's not just nato e u. lead is also decided to play wall, so you learn to lavonda line can now compete with the east tough diplomat, joseph burrell, in how hawkish this she also mentioned that the e should take responsibility for the security in the, in their pacific. the gl, how are they going to do it when they're talking about some e u army, of that nature will not let them have this army while the alliance exists. and it sounds like the alliance will not even be reformed. ali, on the contrary, it wants to turn into alliance with global dominance ambitions. this is a very dangerous path, and this plan will inevitably fail spotty ramble, but shortly. thank you very much. one important question left. our viewers want to know about syria. how is this situation going to affect crochase military presence
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their day when i heard him so, gumble roseville. our presence was requested by the legitimate president of the syrian arab republic, the legitimate government of that country, and is completely in line with the principles of the un charter. we are addressing the tasks set out by the security council in resolution to 254. we will continue to do so, and we will support the syrian leadership in its efforts to fully restore the territorial integrity of the syrian, our republic. because there are still military units of states that were never invited, that in the u. s. military, for example, which has occupied a large part of the eastern bank of the euphrates, is open creating cause. i states directly encouraging separatism and exploiting the sentiments of a parts of the kurdish population in iraq to that end. problems arise between the various entities that represent the iraqi and syrian cuts. naturally, all of this contributes to tensions in this part of the region which is tech is understandably getting involved as well. for us. we want to solve these problems
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exclusively on the basis of respect for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the syrian, our republic, as we speak with the cause. we have channels of communication with all of them. and we encourage them to look more closely at recent examples of how the united states promises things and how they keep those promises. ah, mm. ah. since the break away, but don't, it's people's republic was been raging and don't bath. ukrainian artillery has been shelling civilian, townsend, mining village, is there more the hulu? fully deal with a lot of what i'm doing with miss lucy
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