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European Union countries must themselves concerned about their energy security. Gazprom assures clients that gas pipelines can support high volumes of supply of natural gas bypassing Ukraine. But as experts object, existing gas highways have restrictions for essential volumes and only construction of the new gas pipeline can provide stable supply of natural gas to Europe. Irresponsible Bruxelles politicians block South Stream construction and by that create a huge problem for some countries of Eastern Europe for the near future already.

 
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Russian FM Lavrov warns against ethnic cleansing in southeastern Ukraine


17 June 2014, 19:00


Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says he hopes the new Ukrainian leadership will not support those harboring scenarios of ethnic cleansing in the southeastern part of the country. "Instead of the promised ceasefire - which we heard from President Poroshenko - some announcements have been heard from the security agencies in Kiev that a military truce would be declared so that the separatists, as they call them, could leave the Ukrainian territory," Lavrov told journalists on Tuesday.

"This is no longer national dialogue, and this is no longer negotiations with all regions involved but is in fact ethnic cleansing," Lavrov said.

"I do hope that Poroshenko won't take his cue from those who are harboring such scenarios," he said.

The death of Russian TV journalist Igor Kornelyuk in Ukraine is "yet another serious signal to all those who are seeking a military victory in the southeast and this territory's mopping-up," he said.

The incident should also send yet another "powerful signal to Kiev's Western patrons to stop unreserved support for these violent actions and make the Kiev authorities deliver on what President Poroshenko promised, that is, start a truly nationwide dialogue on this country's future with all regions involved," he said.

Russia is working on the adoption of a UN Security Council resolution in support for the OSCE roadmap for settling the Ukraine crisis, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.

"We will be even more insistent in seeking support for the OSCE roadmap, which has been compiled by the Swiss presidency and which is based on the Geneva statement agreed upon between Russia, the US, and the European Union with Ukraine's participation. And we are seeking the adoption of a relevant resolution at the UN Security Council now," Lavrov told Russian journalists in Baku on Tuesday, Interfax reports.

Russian FM urges OSCE states to persuade Kiev to implement roadmap

Moscow expects member countries of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe to influence Kiev in order to persuade it to commit to the OSCE roadmap, which was signed by the organization's Chairperson-in-Office and Swiss President Didier Burkhalter.

"So far, Kiev has refused to support this roadmap", Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said at a press conference after a meeting with his Serbian counterpart in Belgrade on Tuesday.

"We believe that all OSCE member states ought to exert their influence on Kiev," the Russian minister said.

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The administration of the American president has to: 1 . to stop tomorrow's approach of the Ukrainian fascist Army to the cities of southeast Ukraine, 2. to forbid tests of the new weapons of mass destruction brought to Ukraine from the USA, 3. to withdraw all employees of the American private military companies from Ukraine, 4. to stop financing of the terrorist organization of the Ukrainian nazis "Right Sector". Small earthquake at coast of Alaska and death of the high-ranking American officials near Slavyansk were a final warning for Barack Obama's administration. It can be called greetings from the Universe Center. However, preventions ended on it.

 
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Tripartite negotiations on the joint gas project proceed still, but India and China are ready to take away all natural gas nowadays delivered to the European Union from Russia, in case of cancellation of gas contracts between Russia and the European countries. Economy of India and China develop wide steps, welfare of the population grows in these countries. India and China will be in great need in increasing volumes of natural gas at the end of the next three years.

 
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The Silence of American Hawks About Kievs Atrocities


The regime has repeatedly carried out artillery and air attacks on city centers, creating a humanitarian catastrophewhich is all but ignored by the US political-media establishment.

by Stephen F. Cohen   June 30, 2014   

For weeks, the US-backed regime in Kiev has been committing atrocities against its own citizens in southeastern Ukraine, regions heavily populated by Russian-speaking Ukrainians and ethnic Russians. While victimizing a growing number of innocent people, including children, and degrading Americas reputation, these military assaults on cities, captured on video, are generating pressure in Russia on President Vladimir Putin to save our compatriots.

The reaction of the Obama administrationas well as the new cold-war hawks in Congress and in the establishment mediahas been twofold: silence interrupted only by occasional statements excusing and thus encouraging more atrocities by Kiev. Very few Americans (notably, the independent scholar Gordon Hahn) have protested this shameful complicity. We may honorably disagree about the causes and resolution of the Ukrainian crisis, the worst US-Russian confrontation in decades, but not about deeds that are rising to the level of war crimes, if they have not already done so.

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In mid-April, the new Kiev government, predominantly western Ukrainian in composition and outlook, declared an anti-terrorist operation against a growing political rebellion in the Southeast. At that time, the rebels were mostly mimicking the initial Maidan protests in Kiev in 2013demonstrating, issuing defiant proclamations, occupying public buildings and erecting defensive barricadesbefore Maidan turned ragingly violent and, in February, overthrew Ukraines corrupt but legitimately elected president, Viktor Yanukovych. (The entire Maidan episode, it will be recalled, had Washingtons enthusiastic political, and perhaps more tangible, support.) Indeed, the precedent for seizing official buildings and demanding the allegiance of local authorities had been set even earlier, in January, in western Ukraineby pro-Maidan, anti-Yanukovych protesters, some declaring independence from his government.

Considering those preceding events, but above all the countrys profound historical divisions, particularly between its western and eastern regionsethnic, linguistic, religious, cultural, economic and politicalthe rebellion in the southeast, centered in the industrial Donbass, was not surprising. Nor were its protests against the unconstitutional way (in effect, a coup) the new government had come to power, the southeasts sudden loss of effective political representation in the capital and the real prospect of official discrimination. But by declaring an anti-terrorist operation against the new protesters, Kiev signaled its intention to destroy them, not negotiate with them.

On May 2, in this incendiary atmosphere, a horrific event occurred in the southern city of Odessa, awakening memories of Nazi German extermination squads in Ukraine and other Soviet republics during World War II. An organized pro-Kiev mob chased protesters into a building, set it on fire and tried to block the exits. Some forty people, perhaps many more, perished in the flames or were murdered as they fled the inferno. A still unknown number of other victims were seriously injured.

Members of the infamous Right Sector, a far-right paramilitary organization ideologically aligned with the ultranationalist Svoboda party, itself a constituent part of Kievs coalition government, led the mob. Both are frequently characterized by knowledgeable observers as neo-fascist movements. (Hateful ethnic chants by the mob were audible, and swastika-like symbols were found on the scorched building.) Kiev alleged that the victims had themselves accidentally started the fire, but eyewitnesses, television footage and social media videos told the true story, as they have about subsequent atrocities.

Instead of interpreting the Odessa massacre as an imperative for restraint, Kiev intensified its anti-terrorist operation. Since May, the regime has sent a growing number of armored personnel carriers, tanks, artillery, helicopter gunships and warplanes to southeastern cities, among them, Slovyansk (Slavyansk in Russian), Mariupol, Krasnoarmeisk, Kramatorsk, Donetsk and Luhansk (Lugansk in Russian). When its regular military units and local police forces turned out to be less than effective, willing or loyal, Kiev hastily mobilized Right Sector and other radical nationalist militias responsible for much of the violence at Maidan into a National Guard to accompany regular detachmentspartly to reinforce them, partly, it seems, to enforce Kievs commands. Zealous, barely trained and drawn mostly from central and western regions, Kievs new recruits have reportedly escalated the ethnic warfare and killing of innocent civilians. (Episodes described as massacres soon also occurred in Mariupol and Kramatorsk.)

Initially, the anti-terrorist campaign was limited primarily, though not only, to rebel checkpoints on the outskirts of cities. Since May, however, Kiev has repeatedly carried out artillery and air attacks on city centers that have struck residential buildings, shopping malls, parks, schools, kindergartens and hospitals, particularly in Slovyansk and Luhansk. More and more urban areas, neighboring towns and even villages now look and sound like war zones, with telltale rubble, destroyed and pockmarked buildings, mangled vehicles, the dead and wounded in streets, wailing mourners and crying children. Conflicting information from Kiev, local resistance leaders and Moscow make it impossible to estimate the number of dead and wounded noncombatantscertainly hundreds. The number continues to grow due also to Kievs blockade of cities where essential medicines, food, water, fuel and electricity are scarce, and where wages and pensions are often no longer being paid. The result is an emerging humanitarian catastrophe.

Another effect is clear. Kievs anti-terrorist tactics have created a reign of terror in the targeted cities. Panicked by shells and mortars exploding on the ground, menacing helicopters and planes flying above and fear of what may come next, families are seeking sanctuary in basements and other darkened shelters. Even The New York Times, which like the mainstream American media generally has deleted the atrocities from its coverage, described survivors in Slovyansk as if living in the Middle Ages. Meanwhile, an ever-growing number of refugees, disproportionately women and traumatized children, have been fleeing across the border into Russia. In late June, the UN estimated that as many as 110,000 Ukrainians had already fled to Russia and about half that many to other Ukrainian sanctuaries.

It is true, of course, that anti-Kiev rebels in these regions are increasingly well-armed (though lacking the governments arsenal of heavy and airborne weapons), organized and aggressive, no doubt with some Russian assistance, whether officially sanctioned or not. But calling themselves self-defense fighters is not wrong. They did not begin the combat; their land is being invaded and assaulted by a government whose political legitimacy is arguably no greater than their own, two of their large regions having voted overwhelmingly for autonomy referenda; and, unlike actual terrorists, they have not committed acts of war outside their own communities. The French adage suggested by an American observer seems applicable: This animal is very dangerous. If attacked, it defends itself.

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Among the crucial questions rarely discussed in the US political-media establishment: What is the role of the neo-fascist factor in Kievs anti-terrorist ideology and military operations? Putins position, at least until recentlythat the entire Ukrainian government is a neo-fascist juntais incorrect. Many members of the ruling coalition and its parliamentary majority are aspiring European-style democrats or moderate nationalists. This may also be true of Ukraines newly elected president, the oligarch Petro Poroshenko. Equally untrue, however, are claims by Kievs American apologists, including even some academics and liberal intellectuals, that Ukraines neo-fascistsor perhaps quasi-fascistsare merely agitated nationalists, garden-variety Euro-populists, a distraction or lack enough popular support to be significant.

Independent Western scholars have documented the fascist origins, contemporary ideology and declarative symbols of Svoboda and its fellow-traveling Right Sector. Both movements glorify Ukraines murderous Nazi collaborators in World War II as inspirational ancestors. Both, to quote Svobodas leader Oleh Tyahnybok, call for an ethnically pure nation purged of the Moscow-Jewish mafia and other scum, including homosexuals, feminists and political leftists. And both hailed the Odessa massacre. According to the website of Right Sector leader Dmytro Yarosh, it was another bright day in our national history. A Svoboda parliamentary deputy added, Bravo, Odessa. Let the Devils burn in hell. If more evidence is needed, in December 2012, the European Parliament decried Svobodas racist, anti-Semitic and xenophobic views [that] go against the EUs fundamental values and principles. In 2013, the World Jewish Congress denounced Svoboda as neo-Nazi. Still worse, observers agree that Right Sector is even more extremist.

Nor do electoral results tell the story. Tyahnybok and Yarosh together received less than 2 percent of the June presidential vote, but historians know that in traumatic times, when, to recall Yeats, the center cannot hold, small, determined movements can seize the moment, as did Lenins Bolsheviks and Hitlers Nazis. Indeed, Svoboda and Right Sector already command power and influence far exceeding their popular vote. Moderates in the US-backed Kiev government, obliged to both movements for their violence-driven ascent to power, and perhaps for their personal safety, rewarded Svoboda and Right Sector with some five to eight (depending on shifting affiliations) top ministry positions, including ones overseeing national security, military, prosecutorial and educational affairs. Still more, according to the research of Pietro Shakarian, a remarkable young graduate student at the University of Michigan, Svoboda was given five governorships, covering about 20 percent of the country. And this does not take into account the role of Right Sector in the anti-terrorist operation.

Nor does it consider the political mainstreaming of fascisms dehumanizing ethos. In December 2012, a Svoboda parliamentary leader anathematized the Ukrainian-born American actress Mila Kunis as a dirty kike. Since 2013, pro-Kiev mobs and militias have routinely denigrated ethnic Russians as insects (Colorado beetles, whose colors resemble a sacred Russia ornament). More recently, the US-picked prime minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, referred to resisters in the Southeast as subhumans. His defense minister proposed putting them in filtration camps, pending deportation, and raising fears of ethnic cleansing. Yulia Tymoshenkoa former prime minister, titular head of Yatsenyuks party and runner-up in the May presidential electionwas overheard wishing she could exterminate them all [Ukrainian Russians] with atomic weapons. Sterilization is among the less apocalyptic official musings on the pursuit of a purified Ukraine.

Confronted with such facts, Kievs American apologists have conjured up another rationalization. Any neo-fascists in Ukraine, they assure us, are far less dangerous than Putinisms clear aspects of fascism. The allegation is unworthy of serious analysis: however authoritarian Putin may be, there is nothing authentically fascist in his rulership, policies, state ideology or personal conduct.

Indeed, equating Putin with Hitler, as eminent Americans from Hillary Clinton and Zbigniew Brzezinski to George Will have done, is another example of how our new cold warriors are recklessly damaging US national security in vital areas where Putins cooperation is essential. Looking ahead, would-be presidents who make such remarks can hardly expect to be greeted by an open-minded Putin, whose brother died and father was wounded in the Soviet-Nazi war. Moreover, tens of millions of todays Russians whose family members were killed by actual fascists in that war will regard this defamation of their popular president as sacrilege, as they do the atrocities committed by Kiev.

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And yet, the Obama administration reacts with silence, and worse. Historians will decide what the US government and the democracy promotion organizations it funds were doing in Ukraine during the preceding twenty years, but much of Washingtons role in the current crisis has been clear and direct. As the Maidan mass protest against President Yanukovych developed last November-December, Senator John McCain, the high-level State Department policymaker Victoria Nuland and a crew of other US politicians and officials arrived to stand with its leaders, Tyahnybok in the forefront, and declare, America is with you! Nuland was then caught on tape plotting with the American ambassador, Geoffrey Pyatt, to oust Yanukovychs government and replace him with Yatsenyuk, who soon became, and remains, prime minister.

Meanwhile, President Obama personally warned Yanukovych not to resort to violence, as did, repeatedly, Secretary of State John Kerry. But when violent street riots deposed Yanukovychonly hours after a European-brokered, White Housebacked compromise that would have left him as president of a reconciliation government until new elections this December, possibly averting the subsequent bloodshedthe administration made a fateful decision. It eagerly embraced the outcome. Obama personally legitimized the coup as a constitutional process and invited Yatsenyuk to the White House. The United States has been at least tacitly complicit in what followed, from Putins hesitant decision in March to annex Crimea and the rebellion in southeastern Ukraine to the ongoing civil war.

How intimately involved US officials have been in Kievs anti-terrorist operation is not known, but certainly the administration has not been discreet. Before and after the military campaign began in earnest, CIA director John Brennan and Vice President Joseph Biden (twice) visited Kiev, followed, it is reported, by a continuing flow of senior US defense officials, military equipment and financial assistance to the bankrupt Kiev government. Despite this crucial support, the White House has not compelled Kiev to investigate either the Odessa massacre or the fateful sniper killings of scores of Maidan protesters and policemen on February 1820, which precipitated Yanukovychs ouster. (The snipers were initially said to be Yanukovychs, but evidence later appeared pointing to opposition extremists, possibly Right Sector. Unlike Washington, the Council of Europe has been pressuring Kiev to investigate both events.)

As atrocities and humanitarian disaster grow in Ukraine, both Obama and Kerry have all but vanished as statesmen. Except for periodic banalities asserting the virtuous intentions of Washington and Kiev and alleging Putins responsibility for the violence, they have left specific responses to lesser US officials. Not surprisingly, all have told the same Manichean story, from the White House to Foggy Bottom. The State Departments neocon missionary Nuland, who spent several days at Maidan, for example, assured a congressional committee that she had no evidence of fascist-like elements playing any role there. Ambassador Pyatt, who earlier voiced the same opinion about the Odessa massacre, was even more dismissive, telling obliging New Republic editors that the entire question was laughable.

Still more shameful, no American official at any level appears to have issued a meaningful statement of sympathy for civilian victims of the Kiev government, not even those in Odessa. Instead, the administration has been unswervingly indifferent. When asked if her superiors had any concerns about the casualties of Kievs military campaign, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki has repeatedly answered no. Indeed, at the UN Security Council on May 2, US Ambassador Samantha Power, referring explicitly to the counterterrorism initiative and suspending her revered Responsibility to Protect doctrine, gave Kievs leaders a US license to kill. Lauding their remarkable, almost unimaginable, restraint, as Obama himself did after Odessa, she continued, Their response is reasonable, it is proportional, and frankly it is what any one of our countries would have done. (Since then, the administration has blocked Moscows appeal for a UN humanitarian corridor between southeastern Ukraine and Russia.)

Contrary to the incessant administration and media demonizing of Putin and his agents in Ukraine, the anti-terrorist operation can be ended only where it beganin Washington and Kiev. Leaving aside how much power the new president actually has in Kiev (or over Right Sector militias in the field), Poroshenkos peace plan and June 21 cease-fire may have seemed such an opportunity, except for its two core conditions: fighters in the southeast first had to lay down their arms, and he alone would decide with whom to negotiate peace. The terms seemed more akin to conditions of surrender, and the real reason Poroshenko unilaterally ended the cease-fire on July 1 and intensified Kievs assault on eastern cities.

The Obama administration continues to make the situation worse. Despite opposition by several NATO allies and even American corporate heads, the president and his secretary of state, who has spoken throughout this crisis more like a secretary of war than the nations top diplomat, have constantly threatened Russia with harsher economic sanctions unless Putin meets one condition or another, most of them improbable. On June 26, Kerry even demanded (literally) that the Russian president in the next few hourshelp disarm resisters in the Southeast, as though they are not motivated by any of Ukraines indigenous conflicts but are merely Putins private militias.

In fact, from the onset of the crisis, the administrations actual goal has been unclear, and not only to Moscow. Is it a negotiated compromise, which would have to include a Ukraine with a significantly federalized or decentralized state free to maintain longstanding economic relations with Russia and banned from NATO membership? Is it to bring the entire country exclusively into the West, including into NATO? Is it a vendetta against Putin for all the things he purportedly has and has not done over the years? (Some behavior of Obama and Kerry, seemingly intended to demean and humiliate Putin, suggest an element of this.) Or is it to provoke Russia into a war with the United States and NATO in Ukraine?

Inadvertent or not, the latter outcome remains all too possible. After Russia annexedor reunified withCrimea in March, Putin, not Kiev or Washington, has demonstrated remarkable restraint. But events are making it increasingly difficult for him to do so. Almost daily, Russian state media, particularly television, have featured vivid accounts of Kievs military assaults on Ukraines eastern cities. The result has been, both in elite and public opinion, widespread indignation and mounting perplexity, even anger, over Putins failure to intervene militarily.

We may discount the following indictment by an influential ideologist of Russias own ultra-nationalists, who have close ties with Ukraines self-defense commanders: Putin betrays not just the Peoples Republic of Donetsk and the Peoples Republic of Lugansk but himself, Russia and all of us. Do not, however, underestimate the significance of an article in the mainstream pro-Kremlin newspaper Izvestia, which asks, while charging the leadership with ignoring the cries for help, Is Russia abandoning the Donbass? If so, the author warns, the result will be Russias worst nightmare and relegate it to the position of a vanquished country.

Just as significant are similar exhortations by Gennady Zyuganov, leader of Russias Communist Party, the second-largest in the country and in parliament. The party also has substantial influence in the military-security elite and even in the Kremlin. Thus, one of Putins own aides has publicly urged him to send fighter planes to impose a no-fly zonean American-led UN action in Qaddafis Libya that has not been forgotten or forgiven by the Kremlinand destroy Kievs approaching aircraft and land forces. If that happens, US and NATO forces, now being built up in Eastern Europe, might well also intervene, creating a Cuban missile crisislike confrontation. As a former Russian foreign minister admired in the West reminds us, there are hawks on both sides.

Little of this is even noted in the United States. In a democratic political system, the establishment media are expected to pierce the official fog of war. In the Ukrainian crisis, however, mainstream American newspapers and television have been almost as slanted and elliptical as White House and State Department statements, obscuring the atrocities, if reporting them at all, and generally relying on information from Washington and Kiev. Most Americans are thereby unknowingly being shamed by the Obama administrations role. Those who do know but remain silentin government, think tanks, universities and mediashare its complicity.

Stephen F. Cohen   June 30, 2014

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Modern Russian anti missile complexes will be delivered to Cuba according to the demand of the government of Cuba for ensuring total safety of the country in case of external aggression. The Cuban army joins the Russian global system of space monitoring also. The Russian GLONASS stations will be created in Cuba and in Nicaragua.

 
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The U.S. President Barack Obama will be compelled to retire after clarification of all circumstances of destruction of the Malaysian Boeing-777 in the southeast of Ukraine and his personal participation in this provocation...

 
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Increase of seismic activity coincides in time with the beginning of production of slate gas in the USA. But these two processes happen independently from each other at various depths in Earth subsoil. Frequency of seismic fluctuations is pernicious for mentally unbalanced people, they provoke flashes of rage and a mental depression.


 
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Russia accuses US of 'smear campaign' over Ukraine


Moscow (AFP) - Russia on Friday called the latest US accusations of Moscow's involvement in the Ukrainian conflict a baseless "smear campaign" and said Washington bears responsibility for the bloodshed.

"Due to the smear campaign against us that the US Administration has begun... we reject the unfounded public insinuations that US deputy State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf is spreading on a daily basis," a statement by the Russian foreign ministry said.

Harf on Thursday said that latest evidence suggests that Russian troops are firing artillery from within Russia on Ukrainian military across the border, while defence officials suggested that Moscow is supplying the pro-Russian rebels with equipment like rocket launchers.

The foreign ministry said that Harf has used "a basketful of these anti-Russian cliches" to sway public opinion against Russia.

"There are no facts or specifics about these falsehoods," the statement said, accusing Washington of essentially trying to "shield their Kiev wards and themselves" by obscuring the "real reasons for events in Ukraine."

Moscow has denounced the protests in Kiev which led to former president Viktor Yanukovych's ouster as a US-sponsored regime change and alleged that the current leadership wants to eliminate the Russian-speaking population in eastern Ukraine, where Ukraine's army has been fighting an insurgency since April.

The foreign ministry accused the United States of supporting the "coup" in Ukraine and "pushing" it toward "cruel reprisals against the Russian-speaking population."

"Washington fully shares the responsibility for the bloodshed. The US Administration should not lay the blame on somebody else. It would be more honest and responsible to keep quiet if recognising the truth is difficult."

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The European Union countries actually stopped anti-terrorist cooperation with Russia. Meanwhile leaders of known radical Islamic groups plan creation of the Islamic Caliphate of Europe. The centers of intensity will arise in Spain, Denmark, Norway, Great Britain in August. The sponsor of destabilization of a situation are intelligence services of the United States of America.

The various representatives the pro-governmental American organizations hold meetings with authorities and businessmen of the Russian regions for the purpose of weakening of economic relations with the enterprises of the European countries, mainly Germany, and for expansion of economic relations with the American enterprises. While business community of Great Britain shows interest to expansion of economic relations with the enterprises of Russia and to commodity turnover expansion between the countries. The British businessmen guarantee absence of sanctions against the European Union in spheres of the Russian-British economic cooperation.

 
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Russian Lawmaker Says Obamas Legacy is Starting New Cold War


MOSCOW, July 30 (RIA Novosti) US President Barack Obama will make history as the statesman who started a new cold war, senior Russian parliamentarian Alexei Pushkov said Wednesday.

Obama will go down in history not as a peacemaker everyone has forgotten about his Nobel Peace Prize already but as an American president who launched a new cold war, the head of the committee for international relations in the State Duma, Russias lower house parliament, wrote on his Twitter page.

Earlier in the day, Obama said that there is no new cold war with Russia and that the US will continue discussions with Moscow to find a diplomatic solution to Ukraine crisis.

On Tuesday, the United States and the European Union announced a new round of sanctions against Russia, once again accusing Moscow of supporting independence forces in eastern Ukraine. Washington introduced sanctions on three more Russian banks, namely the country's second-largest banking group VTB, the Bank of Moscow and the Russian Agricultural Bank, as well as the state-owned United Shipbuilding Corporation.

Additionally, Obama said that the US would also be blocking the exports of specific goods and technologies to the Russian energy sector, expanding sanctions to more banks and suspending credit that encourages exports to Russia.

Russia repeatedly denied accusations that it is supplying Ukrainian militia with arms and called the "language of sanctions" counterproductive.

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The Russian Federation is ready to enter the second package of sanctions against the USA, EU, Japan, Canada and Australia in connection with deterioration of a humanitarian situation in the southeast Ukraine and deliveries of the heavy weapon to the Kiev fascist junta from NATO countries. The second package of the Russian sanctions includes a ban on the car sale in Russia.

 
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Russia will sell natural gas to Europe only for rubles, in case of disconnection of Russia from SWIFT.

 
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The automobile corporations KIA and Toyota considerably expand the presence at Russia on expectations of Russian sanctions against the German and American automobile corporations.



 
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The speech of the protege of the king of Saudi Arabia and the jealous supporter of aggressive Islam, the U.S. President Barack Husain Obama on General Assembly of the UN is a huge prize for the Russian military hawks and the Russian military industrialists headed by the Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin.

 
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The Russian experts predict change of political elite in EU countries within the next three years. New European politicians will be adherents of national ideas and they will conduct the anti-American course for their countries. The map of Europe also change   as a result of increase of national consciousness of the population in a number of the European regions.

 
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Moscow May Be Forced to Demand Early Repayment of $3Bln Debt by Kiev: Source


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The breach of the conditions of granting a bonded loan to Ukraine may prompt Moscow to demand a repayment of the $3 billion debt by Kiev in the near future, a government source suggests.

MOSCOW, January 10 (Sputnik)
A whole range of parameters which are the conditions of granting a Russian bonded loan to Ukraine, are being violated, a source in the Russian government said Saturday.

"The situation that is emerging in the economy and finances of Ukraine suggests that a number of parameters, which are the conditions of granting Ukraine a Russian bonded loan are violated," the source said.

He also added that under these circumstances "it is likely that Russia will have to demand from Ukraine in the near future early repayment of the $3 billion debt."

Ukraine has been struggling to find a way out of a monetary crisis that has left the countrys economy in difficulty. To help restore the economy, authorities in Kiev have sought financial assistance from international financial institutions.

In spring, the IMF promised Ukraine a total of $17 billion in bailout loans, to be provided over the course of two years. So far, Ukraine has received two tranches, amounting to $4.55 billion.

Financial assistance to Kiev is also provided by the World Bank, EBRD (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development), European Investment Bank and a number of countries. Overall in 2014, Ukraine received financial assistance amounting to about $9 billion. The total national debt for 11 months of 2014 amounted to $69.3 billion.

In December 2013, Russia made a decision to issue Ukraine a loan of $15 billion and bought Ukraines first Eurobonds in the amount of $3 billion.

In November 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia would not demand Kiev to make an early repayment of Eurobonds in a bid to help Ukraine restore its financial system.

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The freedom of speech it isn't the publication of cartoons offensive to millions of Muslims. The freedom of speech is unlimited distribution of the truth about training of terrorists by the French intelligence services for overthrow of Syrian regime. The freedom of speech is truthful and free distribution of information on a shelling of the cities of Donbass by the Ukrainian fascist army and financing of coup d'etat in Ukraine by the French government.

 
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The American president, Barack bin Hussein Obama has to recognize defeat of the USA in the Ukrainian conflict for normalization of a meteorological situation in North America. Barack Obama declared new cold war with Russia. Some influential Russian persons accepted a call of Americans and decided to be at war by cold against the USA. Americans didn't consider historical experience of Russia. Russians as descendants of the ancient Arctic people, are able to operate by cold since the most ancient times. Sudden cold weather held down the French Army in Moscow in 1812 and the German Army near Moscow in 1941.

 
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