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i really am getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successfully, very difficult time to sit down and talk with the driver. has that to make this scratch really, really fast, so we don't fall under ukrainian shelling r t reports from the city of done yet scan speaks to our emergency services working tirelessly to the shell. my opinion force is on a daily basis. also, i had on the program, we must again the international community to practice true multilateralism, uphold the international system with the un at his court. that is the message from the chinese president has an online summit of the bricks grouping kicks off. the high level meeting comes to spite western attempts to drive a wage between the block of emerging economies. we've got live reaction all not
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coming up in a moment. the european parliament adopted a resolution in support of grunting ukraine candidacy status for the youth. but some politicians voice concerns the move could offer a kiev full. so with mid day in caracas, midnight in hanoi and 7 in the evening. here in moscow, welcome to the global news updates on our team. and they begin with a day's developments in the ukraine conflict. russia say it has destroyed up to 50 multiple rocket launchers positioned in hungers in nic alive. that is the same city where moscow claim yesterday it had killed $500.00 ukrainian soldiers. fuel reserves on repair facilities were head as well. while in fighting across the dumbbells republics, russia say some 650 ukrainian soldiers have been killed in the past 20 for hours of
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tanks, artillery units, drones, and other military hardware owned by key have been demolished. and the deadlock situation in the key city of suburban denette square, fierce battles have raged since early march remains unchanged. will r t has seen 1st hands how people in the city of done yet her living under daily shelling from the ukrainian army or correspondent among costs rep is there right now on file this report. today we're working in the keeps kit districts of the city of the nascar. this area has been targeted by a crate in military for the last 8 years. and the shelling only intensified over the last 4 months. and the moment we are at one of the units, sofa local firefighters, now this particular station has been hit several times by ukrainian artillery. over the last 8 years, it sustained quite a lot of damage,
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but firefighters emergency workers can continue receiving hundreds of calls every single day. the chief or for this station under election go, has been in charge of this unit for over 8 years. and everyone here is like a son to him, so he knows every one year i deeply hand personally. i asked him about the tactics that ukrainian artillery employ when bombarding civilian districts of the nest with intense shelling like this hasn't happened in 8 years. some regions of dentist city are shall to literally, every day. 8 years ago shelling lost it after an hour. now it can last 8 hours nonstop and it's civilian areas and civil an infrastructure that we're talking about live in no chance for repairs. we see a pattern here after some shelling our less arrive and then after half an hour in the shelling starts again. it is now go in cycles. what tactic is it?
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it's sort of tactic really. it's a mockery of all of us will of, of the we, but i just we are now ready to leave from this fire station, but so we need to make sure that the road is clear and we're not going to go under shelling. so i'm going to finds out whether the road is the coast is clear. mcgee over we just talked austin walker. but let me look them up critical widget. so we've left a fire station emergency services. the driver has that to make this rich read, read a fast so with don't fall on their ukrainian shelling, which has been continuing to day since 8 o'clock in the morning in the here in the keeps kit district or something that's been happening here over the last 8 years and wore intensively over the last 4 months scores, alpha civilians have been killed, score the sealants,
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have been the ones as but for now we are leaving this area and hopefully we'll make it back to our hotel, safe and sound rum on cosser of hearty done, that's yet another point to update you on us hi mars missile systems they have arrived in ukraine according to key of authorities. the long range rocket units were sent as part of another assistance package. washington previously announced the delivery of 4 other high mars systems, although they'd not as yet been deployed as ukrainian soldiers had not been trained in how to use them. ah, a summits of the bricks, countries, the world's biggest emerging economies has kicked off on line with russia's president joining the discussions. the 1st major multilateral meeting vladimir putin has been part of since the ukraine conflict began. here's what the russian leader had to say in his opening remarks, along with the host of the some
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a chinese president, she jin ping. this is our meeting today, cancelled the crucial moment of choice for the future of humanity. we must get the international community to practice true multilateralism, uphold the international system with the un at its core and international order underpinned by international law. we must abandon the cold war mentality and block confrontation and oppose unilateral sanctions. and it's important for the world to recognize that fortunate community with shared future is much better than the practice of hedge money will gonna will only on the basis of honest and mutually beneficial corporation. can we look for ways out of the crisis situation that has developed in the world economy due to the ill conceived selfish actions of certain countries will at the start of the 2 day session, the leaders of the 5 bricks nation stress, the importance of developing cooperation within the group with the russian president, stating the forum as must have potential for ensuring the world's stability and
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security. earlier our teens worlds apart shows stuck seller boy co, give me some insights on this years submit some. it's agenda. this is the ford in summit, and originally this organization was created as this loose can only trade a lions no strings attached. the idea was to kick stars trade and economic corporation among those large economies. and i think increasingly it's taking on a more political tone. it's not very express at this point, but he already can read between the lines. and i think the best way i can summarize it is that if the west particular of the united states sees the concentration in the world as sort of a clash of the central battle, that's been the talk receives and democracy for many of the bricks leaders. if not for all, it's about practical governance versus political or i would have been say, part isn't maneuvering because there is
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a clear sense in many of their statements that they want. they want to focus on practical matters of how to improve the lives of the people in this very difficult situation. we have, you know, run away inflation all over the world, shortages of food and fuel supplies, etc. and in put in statement that she didn't being statements, we see that stress on actual work rather than idea logical slogans. that's the main beef with the west that the western politics has become way too populous, not on the mass level, but on the leap level. it's all about slogans and very little about practical matters of people's lives. not interesting because that's what a lot of people in the west are seeing themselves. and now the hearing leaders of emerging countries seeing that as well. and by the way, i mean that there is emerging countries accounts for more than 3000000000 people. so it's a very large proportion of money. you mentioned it's been going through for over
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a decade now. the bricks, the brick for a month. how effective though, hasn't actually been over the years and how chris is it in today's economy? well, it's difficult to say, because i think we can clearly say that that potential hasn't been fully realized. even economically, even though, for example, if you look at the figures, russia's trade turnover with bricks, countries has increased 38 percent in the 1st 3 months of this year despite all the sanctions. but i think many of the analysts within those countries believe that there are many more senators that haven't been fully explored than that trying to do it now and not out of spice against the west, but out of a cannot make necessity. and there is a lot of talk about strengthening economic corporation, finding new ways of accounts settlements. there's even talk of perhaps some sort of a joint currency. again, not because of somebody, logical and 10 merican or anti repeat reason. but simply because macroeconomic
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station in the world is very, very difficult to be huge goodness because the, even the greenback dollar is, is the currency. so if you've got something that's backed up by major economies that could challenge the gemini, well, i think the united states itself is challenging. it's germany, and many of the leaders stated that already on various occasions in just the last few years, the money supply, they supply mass of the us dollar has increased roughly by 40 percent and with the euro, it's roughly by 20 percent. and obviously some of that burden is put on the developing countries. that's the major factor that's fueling the inflation. now even putting it aside, rushes own problems with the sanctions and being able to carry out those transactions . but it's a major financial liability and that's why they're talking about finding a way to secure the economies and do it then mutually beneficial way. and there's even talk about perhaps expanding it
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a bit further. just the other day. the argentine as an award to china on the for the summit, said that john is also looking forward to joining the alliance simply because corporation there is a mutually agreeable and it comes with no strings attached. you don't have to fulfill any political geo political obligations. well that's cross live now to follow and that's where our dean of management science is at the durban university of technology on former director of the south african bricks. think tank you're most welcome sir. the chinese president has said, this year's bricks forum comes a quarter crucial moment of choice. is that how you see the summit? most definitely one can say with confidence. the greeks now gained much more prominence. story than to the actions of the was tendered. and do these economy a lot of bricks,
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countries are looking towards russia and are looking towards themselves with and i got a continuous dependence on with the american john. and you will also see that at the u. n. a consul hold team had been split. it was for the very 1st time that we had so many from it, and 14 against the u. s. one. in a recent article, you mentioned that the relationship between the west and bricks countries is quote, at an all time low. what major factors do you see behind this trend and does that currently have any impact on the group? a yes, then i went a number of times one would have expected bags in the united nations. we'll
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treat all met you. what we've had you met us was that were not functions by the united nation. we are in iraq, syria and the u. s. went, i know it's time to week and there wasn't so much talk about defiance of the united nations. now one of the n a and we know the history, why and i, she, i moved into the region of ukraine and now all of a sudden the west and where to cry fall. i think there are double standards it play at all times. and i think it be where you are the entire way opened his eyes and they can see they can do guys that to fact from fiction. and this is why the corporation of critics will indeed to be leading force to buy these actions. because greece,
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nations can see that they cannot to rely on and trust with the patch notes on the west. yeah, i key theme. we're hearing flu from the brakes. members, it is multi lateral isn't an idea that the west isn't particularly fond of. how do you think that divergence could play out amid the ukraine crisis and economic instability generally in the world? i think the number one was good to legal guy to head. it's not be a full, the nation deferred way. it add to my do like a organization like the you were and where to bank i and we wouldn't be where we are today. we wouldn't even be talking about now that we are formulated to police in part as protest against a wall countries in that way. now all of
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a sudden we are given. ready even more for them to, to go into our all, i think we've got a lot of options and chances to make you to know and to paradigms our actions my, to force the hand of the united nations, to be too much of a company and to take the interest of everybody on why it's not like we all want to teach the united nations and well, the bank, we just hope that we're working with. yeah, very interesting point. and in terms of south africa itself, in your view, what's the key challenges that the country is facing today? and will they be addressed by the countries president at this year's forum? what's top of the agenda for you do think these i can pay for them to have these fees poor to be chairman chancellor as few weeks maybe 2 weeks ago. and he said, no, we'll put it in our position,
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is not the decision of the united states and nato. our limits, not all. when i've been in parliament some 2 days ago, was talking about africa in particular, we're going to do to buy and to get the inflation rate in the past 5 years. so we don't know when they're feeling the pinch. be crisis, which is their minimum. and then we will, we will these challenges, of course we have to do then last year. and of course, as we continue to gain the momentum. and just finally,
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would you like to see because this is one of the topics i think will be discussed in beijing or online, at least, would you like to see an expanded bricks other countries join? i think you did inevitable. we already talked about briefly last that are countries that are lining up that time to, to join take. he's one of them, just one of them. so the likely won't is that all the nation from the developing countries with united nation will be union lifetime actions that come from the not from the united states. and. 6 as an axis of the united states, i luckily want to know what the pricks and for additional members in it would be ok. very interesting. they thanks very much for your time and your thoughts today enjoyed that conversation with phil. next were
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a former director of the south african bricks. think tank know several countries. phil was going through there have already expressed interest in becoming bricks. members, including iran nuts where russia is. foreign minister held talks with his counterpart earlier, both sides to discuss question sanctions saying they limit the quality and sovereignty of affected countries. moscow into iran also insisted on the phone restoration of the iran nuclear deal, and called on turkey and the un to work to open up a black sea grain corridor. now you leaders have gathered to decide whether to support grunting, ukraine unvil dover candidacy status for the block that comes after the european parliament approved resolution. but some politicians say the decision will just be the start of a long road ahead for you. crane frontiers of any granted you candidate status,
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the ukraine is a symbolic decision. accession to the blog will require a huge reform some time to look into some more reaction to this. so benny as prime minister said ukraine joining the you will not be a speedy process, being up north macedonia, montenegro, serbian turkey. they are all current candidates and helping for some time on the list. not all you parliament members, as we mentioned, supported the resolutions from m. p. 's from friends, party identity marker, see on the left party in germany, voted again to me the europe in commission of the not to recommend georgia for the c status. it should be noted, such a status does not come for a membership which could still be decades away for your claim or was a pleasure to welcome onto the program independent political analyst, gilbert doctorow for his take you're most welcome sir. e u. leaders are expected to
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rubber stamp ukraine's come to the status for the blog, but seeing the challenges the country already at face stephen before rushes offensive is eventual membership. a realistic option. i don't think that realism enters into any of the calculations here. we're talking about a symbolic statement. we're talking about the demonstration by the commission and by we're sla, from the land in particular that you put up. if you apply massive force and coercion, you can get 27 member states to say that one and one is for age because it doesn't make one and one for. but it tends to create the illusion of solidarity and it, and it enhances the principle that motivates you today, which is to strengthen the resolution. the question of whether that strains called the vote is in confirm confirming, and implementing absolutely stupid policies is not discussed. in the case of,
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of ukraine's candidacy, which is being accepted. as you say, the practical considerations are 1st, that the process normally takes decades with countries as exotic. i just troubled as ukraine is. and the question is, what ukraine ukraine is, a country at war, ukraine's territory and population. arson is shrinking in front of our eyes. the question is, in one year and 10 years, what will the ukraine be that is being admitted into you? i don't believe that if this happens, it will be the ukraine. before february 24th, 2022. it will be a very different different, smaller, poorer, and without much prospect. russel's house dramatically accelerated the usual process. do you think it could allow ukraine to cut corners on the road to
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membership? it's one thing to get everybody to sign on the line that the country will eventually be a member state of the youth. that is what was done by the united states in 2008, when it coerced for the fellow members of nato, for sign onto a similar principle that your grain would eventually become a member of nato. so we see where that has gone. and whereas the candidacy of ukraine proceeds in the weeks, months, and probably years ahead. i think we'll find that the seeming unanimity on signing on for eventual membership disappears completely when membership becomes a matter of the immediate future. we know, for example, that holland has no interest whatsoever and support in supporting the can to the membership of ukraine. why parsimonious dutchman don't like the notion of having to come to pass their fun, their money. they're saving to the,
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to a destitute ukrainian, to ukraine, that is a permanent beggar. so whereas the, as the candidacy proceeds not only the issues of corruption and rule of law and all the other, does it or roger you real effect and postpone its actual joining, the hype, you, whatever the membership idea is today, i don't think this will go very far and certainly not go very fast. i just another aspect to get your thoughts on sir. the german chancellor will show us said the, you must quote, reform its internal procedures to prepare for new members and end one country blocking a decision. but france opposes rendering its veto. powers does not suggest not every one within the blockades, on the same page. absolutely can. it shows that some people are still have their brains because the notion that shows is,
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is promoting just flow is the exact same principle, operates his government. and why it is consisted, consist of unprofessional, people with no expertise, let's say for the, for the responsibilities. then there is, if there were to do way with the required unanimity decisions of major importance, then there will be a stampede by the east european countries to overrun the positions of the founding states of the you. that is unacceptable to france. and it is certainly unacceptable to other founding members who not aren't yet about me. why come out and attract attention to your opposition? but certainly as such emotion proceeds, we will see that old france is not alone in opposing to this rule. the fact that mister schultz would promote it as one more indication of
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a complete unpreparedness for the responsibilities of the bears as the leader of the most of the most economically important country in europe. reject top notch analysis as all was on the program from gilbert. dr. independent political analysts . thank you. thanks for having me. now finally this news our germany has sounded the alarm over gas supplies warning. note that countries economic i pad could fall into recession and the russian export stopped altogether at gas prices in europe jumped in mid july following use that a russian energy giant gas problem would reduce gas flow into germany by 40 percent, claiming a german operator for not making schedule pipe recursion time moscow. and since the supply cuts were not deliberate, however, berlin remains unconvinced. we must not fool ourselves. the custom guess supplies is an economic attack on us by putting from the on the guest is cars, commodity in germany. we are therefore now obliged to reduce gas consumption now
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already in summer, curious as early as shall say, beginning of april during a trip to london to see british prime minister course johnson. we are actively working to get independent from the important oil. and we think that we will be able to make it during this year, and we are actively working to get independent from the necessity of importing gas from russia actively working. he also said that germany was optimistic, that we will get rid of the need of importing russian gas very soon. so pop the champagne mission accomplished right. berlin is getting exactly what it said that it wanted and actively work for with a drastic reduction of russia. yes, the ports you sanctions against russia, but instead of celebrating its progress in reducing russian, yeah, it's sounding the alarm and the lady blind or good. why did even need to bring the line you're putting into this when they're doing such a bad job of being their own worst enemy?
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the russian president is obviously not responsible for setting you for german policy and harming russia. these folks really are just an absolute sideshow. berlin is surprised that explains it. backfires ran his face because it cleared he didn't think all this through before pulling the trigger on rush sanctions. and now there's added concern of a gas shut down in july during schedule north stream one pipeline maintenance, meeting even less gas supply. and it's not like there isn't another pipeline just sitting around way to be used. but berlin cow town to washington and the you, when they demand the north street too high, flying to carry russian gas into germany and europe, a lot by station chemical industry association. she, your rothermel says that german gas storage needs to be at 90 percent capacity. but also with gas shortages and mandated reduction of industrial gas consumption by the
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federal energy regulator. it's not a gas from c e o. alexi miller didn't warn you earlier this month and the potentially disastrous consequences of these kinds of misguided policies will go out. he mccook, the paradigm itself is changing with the priority is being driven to another formula, goods, money, good. so we sell gas than we extracted our goods. our rules. europe has abandoned long term contracts. that means that for those long term contracts that have not been concluded or extended capacities have not been created as a result. spot markets are a liquid. if we warned europe about the consequences we were asked to build nord stream to, we built it, but it was not certified, as shown with berlin is backed itself and quantity into a corner by caving to ideological anti russian pressures without a viable back plan or really any realistic, short term stock now measures,
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of course, berlin could end all of this self inflicted aid any time it wanted. and it could reverse course fire up north street, you would, that would require courage placing its own economic interests above suicidal. virtue, singling and of course, owning up to mistakes made by both brussels and berlin. the fuse of racial mars and now delving into the relationships between the leaders of allied forces and the build up to world war 2. and how such ties had ramifications far beyond their respective board is right up to the current or short documentaries. right. ahead say close elsie's mm ah ah needs to come to the russian state to never. i've studied us on the north lansky investment. i'm not getting all
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