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and the catholic church in france to resign with victims saying that the church here is out of control through bolcko's hila led him or i think that this is the demonstration. once again, the incomprehension and the out of touch dimension of these men of the church, they have cut themselves off from society in the realities of life. and this has led them to be out of control when one is capable of committing so many crimes. when one is capable of carrying out such a work of death than its concealment, it does indeed leave an aroma of crime against humanity. which raises questions which raises serious questions. victims now waiting for the church in france to make a final decision over what compensation they are going to receive for the fact that they were abused by those with close ties to the church. here in france over that extended period. including from abuses that the church not only knew about but shield it from the authorities. moscow's warned of further
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possible aggravations by the u. s. and revealed there's been little progress during talks with washington on embassy staffing. mission numbers have fallen sharply after tit for tat sanctions span. diplomats from both sides with deputy foreign minister, sergey rehab coff made the comments after meeting us under secretary for political affairs, victoria newland in moscow. earlier. newland was on russia. sanctions list but has been removed to ally her into the country as a sign of good will and i'm delighted to welcome on to the program now sir gay at re up cove. him self to speak to us more on that. you're very welcome. do you judge him? victoria newlands visits to russia. important regardless of whether there's a breakthrough, does her visit shows some sort of willingness for dialog very much so. ah,
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and in fact, i would say that the part from the very if they're very visit as and if that's that attracted a lot of attention. we have also produced some measure the results. i will put it this way in form of agreeing to consult further at a lower level than hers at the level of experts to do with the most pressing issues, with respect to be diplomatic presence as both of us and russia, and also on some other issues that constitute what i describe as an extra ordinary difficult, troubling agenda that we face. but truly under the vitamin ministration, the u. s. been able to do more in terms of engaging in terms of conducting dialogue . and this important element of her visit to moscow should not be underestimated.
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can we perhaps speak on as you call it, other gender? what kind of aggravations could take place? what do you warning of? well, you know, one of the problems we see now is an endless, endless, a serial of american demands. and a, you know, i will even call them ultimatums in some cases for us. ah, to adjust our diplomatic presence in the us according to their wishes. we have very different foreign services. they are organized differently, people are being recruited than dispatched for long term service overseas differently. we have a composition of missions in the u. s. a. that stands separately and apart from what u. s. maintains here just because of the obvious fact of the presence of you and
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yet, crap quarters on the u. s. soil. thus we can not just equalize the numbers one for one. but apart from all these we also have unnecessary restrictions. are, you know, an impossibility for the u. s. to see the obvious which is in the u. s. is absolutely able and capable to come up in their numbers in the russia to 455, which is an established cap that was established several years ago. and to feel these margin between what they have here currently and these cap with whoever them want service people for their huge compound, a diplomatic officers or cancer people to re engage in a normal we are on visa services and things like this. we tried to explain all these to us. there is no flexibility,
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they only want us to come lower in our numbers. they demand all sorts of things that the do not fit into our system. therefore, we said this is the way to nowhere further detail ration may take place. and you know what, we may even freeze the function of diplomatic emissions of both places, washington and moscow. if this continues, we do not favor this. we warn against this. we urge the u. s. to see the reality as ease and then to begin a real effort to manage these intolerable situation. from how you're describing the embassy staffing issue. does it appear that it can only get worse before it improves? i hope not. i hope improvement spouts right away and with anticipation of some, you know, reason in the position that we are already now in the process of preparing ourselves
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for that agreed round of lower level expert consultations on bilateral irritants. to use to use the vocabulary which we use here at the foreign ministry, because the will of course, be a lot of russians listening closely to what you're saying because it's being difficult, of course, to get american visas, hasn't it? off course of course the burdens dozens of thousands of people waiting and not knowing what to do. i'm traveling to distant places applying ah, online for a visa, or you know, a processing sound were bead yet even the nozzle thumb be wherever they can get. that's troubling, that's terrible. and all of these happen because us doesn't want to come up in their numbers, which they are entitled to. and perfectly able to do,
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we are sure you have just to maybe expand on an earlier answer. you have expressed hope and more cooperation in washington. where do you see that at coming from deputy minister? we can corporate on many issues we already corporate or on the cybersecurity to an extent that i think is satisfactory for the us and also something that lays down a fundamental for a broader interaction that we advocate. and we, once we can co operate on each use of regional security from korean peninsula or we're to afghanistan further all we're to syria and iran, which is ongoing. the usual agenda, which is a good one. we can co operate on trade and investment. hopefully a lot of this will be on the table and the,
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the visits of our high ranking delegation to the u. s. which takes place right now these, these are and you know, i might, or also my hope here would be that we will corporate on replacement of the new start. something that should come within the next 4 plus years as a result of our current effort to intensifies for the security dialogue with the us . did you get a sense that that might be willing, there might be willingness to speak on the start, waits early to see what the u. s. administration decides for they are in the process of reviewing their doctrinal documents like nuclear posture and others. we will see further down the road, how serious the us is. our position was laid down in great detail or for them at the 2 rounds of the executed dialogue which i participated in. we are preparing for the next one week. she, i believe i will take place ah,
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within the next few months, we have established to working groups at the last meeting at this form of one on the object principles and objectives for our dialogue. another one on capabilities and actions that are having strategic with strategic effect. i'm hopeful that experts there will do their job in the way that would promote the world case. oh, moving closer to a new security equation as it, as we call it, ah, to cover the whole ground, including the new technologies with military applications, tactics, doctrines, everything should be discussed and debated, and hopefully will we will thus add to the fundament of our strategic stability between us and russia and broader in global says as well. yeah, a good place to end perhaps and thank you very much. and what was, i'm sure was a busy day few giving us some of your time to explain all that russian deputy foreign minister,
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sir gay re up ca. thank you very much. okay, just stay coming up to 40 minutes past 5 here in the russian capital. an italian time has been completely transformed into a found said the small a sicilian fishing port is hosting a sheet for the latest installment of the indiana jones franchise. oh, i. oh, i i ah, ah, ah, it's a beautiful story. it enhances true,
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follows beauty that the whole city has been transformed for this great film. it unable to follow to welcome many tourists in the coming years. it's a wonderful advertisement for sicily yet, but i saw the film shoot and i took a fight of it. it was quite exciting. we travelled 5 hours by train to see the production, and now i hope to see it again with the owner before us in sicilians. it's unique and really very beautiful. the generally efficient in rome holiday. it would be usual, but in sicily is something different. and exceptional garrison fo disgracing our land with britain's popular press says, taking aim at one of its own after clayton's kremlin spice stole the formula for
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russia's. but nick v vaccine from the u. k. you may have seen ad that headline over the last few days. the story in the sun, that's where it originated was widely picked up by other outlets, but not at least one rival newspaper. one tabloid has retracted its article and apologize to come to our attention that this was full of the information about the inventor of the sputnik the vaccine gamma lin, national research center for epic meola g and microbiology is publicly known. the article also contained false information as an apology. we are happy to set the record straight and published the following statement from the russian direct investment fund. the son newspaper branded its report of exclusive saying an anonymous british government source proof the data for the russian covey job was pinched by moscow's foreign agent in person. with in terms of a response, the kremlin spokesperson had this the se,
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describing the paper as quote, being famous for it's deeply on scientific articles and developers of sputnik b as well. say they use the same scientific method they had applied in earlier research to quickly make the vaccine, at least in global terms and comparison against cobra. 1900. and it was the 1st registered in the world. russian scientists are working on joint clinical trials with us, dr. seneca, on a combination of the 2 vaccines in the british security minister when question on the validity of the report appeared hesitant to back any of these on the screen. can't comments won't comment on the specific case, but it would be fair to say correct to say that we face threats of this type that are different. they're more sophisticated, the more extensive than they ever have been before. will independent journalist lucrative a say he's not surprised that british newspapers are essentially turning on each
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other. they're unrelenting attacks on moscow or the real issue. while a competition and a british press is terrible. yeah. so especially for, for a catalog. it's like that. so um, no wonder that they are trying to show that the other one is not right. especially in this case that so a clear fake news. you know, you say the king is dead while the king is still alive. so that's a typical fate use gentlemen said tabloid, for which shot the scandalous the info oh, scandals sells paper and doll. so of course, on the internet and don't they don't really care about the truth of the and use and so even if it's so wrong, well, brush a hugely bad. so why not say it one more time? you know that sort of all form stupid argument that it could be in their mind. in the western press, simon jung was thin in the west and in the western press, it's own not one time. it is repeatedly eats every day. it is detailed news. big
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news, always russia is wrong. it's the message. this is fake news, giving only one part of the story, and they are so good at that in new york in press. your recap over top story, this our vladimir putin has commented on, europe's recent unprecedented gas price hike. speaking of russian energy week day, one of which it was today, wednesday mr. brewton, feel it, some tough questions to dispel what he called false narratives over moscow strategy on international at markets. i spoke earlier to correspond to elliot katrinka, he was there for the 2 and a half hour session for a better understanding. i just want to give you a quick insight into the context of mr. prudence latest remarks at the russian energy week 2021. so the post cobit power demand globally has been on the
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up and this really led to major changes in the supply change. it led to a change. i'd love to destroy disruptions and this in turn led to shortages of supplies. for example, the in europe, in particular, the prices for natural gas at one point skyrocketed to unprecedented levels. and that many analysts indeed call this a true global energy crisis. but in that time, specifically russia by some has even been blamed for politicizing the matter. and before that for. ringback years moscow has been under fire for some of its infrastructure projects like the north stream, to in particular for direct natural gas deliveries from russia to the northern coast of germany. and like i've been hearing from many experts here on day one of
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russia's energy week. there has been reassessment and reassessment is also something that mr. proven has been talking about. he also spoke about what he called mistakes on the part of some of russia's partners when it comes to their energy policies. so let's have a look at what else the western deed are said about that with higher prices on gas in europe are a consequence of a deficit of energy and not vice versa. and that's why you should not shifting the blame for over the last 10 years. step by step go systematic flaws were introduced into the european energy system and they lead to a massive energy crisis unit for any market. stability. unpredictability are important to us, and russia flawlessly fulfills its contractual obligations to our partners, including our partners in europe, that we, in short guaranteed uninterrupted gas deliveries to your help. we have every reason to believe that this year we will reach record levels of gas deliveries on the
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global market and you to what exactly could help europe in this particular situation. what kinda makes the prices go down? well, perhaps the answer is obvious. that is, extra supplies to the continent, and what mr. poo said during the panel discussion was that whenever russia was requested for a boost and exports the answer from moscow, the answer from gas from russia's gas plant was always yes. so much of never said no. and when mister proven was asked direct question whether moscow was ever using energy as a political weapon, the answer from him, from his, from him, sorry, was straightforward. the answer was no. one to ask you about it directly. has russia been using energy as a weapon? russia is not using any weapon capsule if you've been paying attention. as for the economy, where are we using weapons and what conflicts are we taking part and for the
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economy? this is not something we tend to use. this is what i call a politically motivated and hong if there's nothing to support and when it comes to saying that we use energy as some kind of weather at the end of the day, i guess the question is, how can you expect europe to believe you're a reliable energy partner when you're not supplying that energy via the pipeline. she was in here a beautiful woman. like what i'm saying, one thing to you and you're saying a different thing to me as if you haven't heard what i said, mister president with the same point with you said that you were not supplying gas through pipelines to europe, but actually you are mistaken. you are mistaken and all of those who feed on the information they receive and we are actually increasing our supplies to europe. as price increases, supplies by 10 percent, an overall russia increase them by 15 percent. we have increased gas supply through pipelines by 10 percent. an increased l n. g supply by 13 percent. we are increasing and i will not decreasing our gas supply to europe. he's with this
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brings me to the key ingredient of the stability on the market for latimer potent. this is, according to the russian leader, long term contracts for the exports of commodities when the prices for natural gas in particular are linked with oil prices. now this also brings me to something that's been a cause for concern among european politicians. that is russia sticking to the transit of natural gas supplies to europe, through ukraine, beyond the 2024. this is what europe wants to that latimer proven, says, well, what we need is contracts long term contracts to understand how much gas europe needs in the future. and then, and in that case, we can then decide how much gas goes through the turkish stream. that's what the
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pipeline through the black sea is called, how much gas we can send through our north stream pipelines and to ukraine as well . but mr. poo general answer to that was yes, russia is ready to maintain its ukrainian transit. besides this, mr. poo went on to talk about something that doesn't really have to do with energy, but this is something that the moderator has, the russian leader that was about rush relations with washington and about arms security. mister bruton said that russia is ready to talk with washington ready for talks with washington on the revival of possibly some of the old treaties that washington abandoned under donald trump, under the previous cedars as well. or it's ready to hammer out new agreements, which is very important for international security is stability. but mister,
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put this message has been the same all the time. we have only been responding to that whenever you were getting rid of the st whenever you are leaving. and out when it comes to the arms race, in fact, mister booth admitted there wasn't arms rights between the u. s. in russia. at this point, russia is only taking measures and response. so like i said, this was the number one message from the russian. yeah, a lot of interesting lines in that talk earlier from the russian president, but frankly taken us through that. that is where we leave, then use our but i'll be here up the top in a few minutes with all your global news updates on what is a busy wednesday. in the meantime, let's have a look at what else is coming up here in our international over the next few days or so. i'm you know, neil ting bye for now. ah,
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in the world corrupted, you need to descend a join us in the depths or remain in the shallows. ah, president pollutant say europe's own miscalculations resulted in their current energy crisis. confronting head on the narrative that russia is weapon, ising, or intentionally withholding gas, also coming up in the program this hour, the german city of cologne gives the green light to broadcasting the muslim call to prayer, a move, which has very much divided opinion there. i think this very great is wrong. i think religion is something personal. it's nice.


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