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stand at the by the ministrations jeffrey feldman, envoy was in cartoon. and then with it ours, the prime minister was gone. yeah, well, what happened is that you freeze ultimate him so say that he has not lied to my lord han and just on our hon. the military leader, lieutenant general, i know i yanna miranda need to really, you know, i know live there. cool. and, and he was actually before going before leaving, he had the impression that everything was okay and that they had agreed to move forward. and then he was really of course, completely surprised when this happened and he did not expect this to happen. nicholson. i'm yanna brown. i showed him that they're missing my looking. so feltman biden's man and he thought it's ok for a country to 400 percent inflation,
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80 percent of $40000000.00 people living on less than a dollar a day. and 2700000 suffering from acute malnutrition. that's what by the ministrations envoy feltman thinks as oh right. oh fun. well, it's not all right. it's not all right. what, what is not right? actually to read that is that to my, the gun when you, that after the, that the legacy that to me and head it is on my machine is the reason that the sing . sure not to be. or i always in that 2 or 3 years, actually i am one on those food road. actually a book about this and said change will start that being all right, for 5 years on the because the, you're blaming, you're blaming this poverty. and the 2700000 on alba, sheer not on the govern, of course, because he had been there for 6 years. he was there for 50 years, and there is nothing to shortly when lily would have to take that into khans
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delicious. g o, i mean to the global south the changed since al bashir has been your closeness to israel. i understand it. your alignment against iran. ah sudan has become more a proxy of washington d. c than ever, hasn't it? before the year before, a lieutenant general wareham has intervened. well, i will do you see a proxy and we are interested in now redressing and correcting our relation with the international community antonucci unit in area them will to deal with certain countries that can help us to do so. and my duty as ambassador to washington master c, sorry that we we have a lovely rival, andy activity, our initials or the u. s. me the i m f with the world bank and of costly the
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african american bank and another by nationally situations. and without doing this is going to be really difficult or to sudan not to recover its rightful place in the international financial community from which you have been isolated. there are over 20 years. have you spoken to jeffrey feldman? we spoke about him on this program because he's alleged to be interfering, of course, in the, in the conflict in ethiopia, where the united states has been accused of for supporting the t p l f. and have you spoken to jeffrey felton since the change of power and cartoon? well, i, i can see that i did, of course, and he has an in on the media. and he spoke on, you know, open the, allowed to the situation in should, on, on his recently, of course, in golden situation as you can, cuz he has been called by the children and shabamo some of his will to, as you get do you think her, he discussed the plan by the russian federation to put
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a naval base in sudan with the prime minister ham dock before he was overthrown. i don't think so. you don't get a good job because obviously presumably the by the ministration is against he a russian naval base being put there on the red sea. wellness on this friday, knowing knowing that the kind of well situation doesn't developing along their, etc. and i and the, and the anglo really, i mean very quick that china's ambassador mazin min met with allah moorhead and after the change of change of power in got to can you not see lead and the emerging economies as it were, or certainly the global economic superpower by p. p. p at china. seems to be treating a lieutenant general elbow. honda decision with respect. well
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yeah, well i, it is for them to the sides. well now do i respect or not? but they were not the only ones to of to little me to with the alan graham. many other people including us some less than unless other met with him. but feldman hasn't threatened another rob libby, a style intervention because of what is going on in khartoum. i mean, we got to say that this in the context of washington wanting coups in venezuela theory therapy, eritrea iran, china, and russia, maybe somehow against what they call a qu in your country. well i lose your skies towards you said the load school last not my i mean my intention to go into that kind of detail that i, we wouldn't of course welcome any kind of intervention meetings and mentioning shouldn't whatever happens the people are capable with kicking. carol messages,
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do you think that there will be other countries who will be able to replace the $700000000.00 aid package from the biden administration, which i understand has been stop when i think that's a question to ask to another called looters, what are their plans to replace whatever assistance is coming from the international community. i mean, they oh and you know, when, when you, when it was a prime minister ham dog, $6400000000.00 are owed by saddam to china. yes, that's being discussed of course. and we are on the pass, so finding on solutions to that. and he did not get that response of the legacy of the former. you that over and miss you. so, i'll give play when the i m f tells the sooner these government, whatever government it is, what to do as regards privatization, as regards a liberalizing of the economy. the argument cartoon should listen more to be jing,
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than it does to the, the i, m f in washington. when i think we are going to, you know, we need a, you know, the short tin needs and the area needs to address the issue that we have in the international finance. and i mentioned institutions. i'm them in one here in the i. and if i'm china itself is new, little guy needs not so good that and we are discussing it because it counts in order to reach this aggregate, our mockery economy in order to be able to get rid of the he did a big name that we have and it's only norman, so it's a talk to and i knew about that. that does not mean that we should not talk to china. china is a, is an important ally to so done. i only said to me, if we had the opportunity to continue on this union side, it would have really wanting you to engage in china. and i like to be in
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a conference and say, you just have no idea why general one would have lost patience with what the by administration, envoy had to say to him. no idea at all. well, actually it was, and that's why the yes on incident little had up to run. i that he started to put in place for weeks ago. actually located on eastern side on last part of it. they're sitting in front of the, on a so as part of it, mobilizing some of the, you know, signatories or the you about getting into a spot to me. and it wasn't a clear that she was preparing, i keeping cool. and even we were aware of that, but why do you think, why do you think the finance minister of the government you supported and were appointed by deborah abraham, doesn't call it a qu. i, you know, it is
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a cool because he seems not interested to buy okay. unity more than anything else. i think he thinks that this interest is out to me to be able to get a mega share with the cake. she was either mediately. well, obviously we like him, him on the program. you clearly probably deny. deny that. do you think though that under general board hand, some of the foreign policies that have used will change? i mean, will you continue to recognize israel as a big friend? will you continue to support u. s. foreign policy in the region? i don't know. she not. she like to return your lot. because the, the geopolitics, you know, when i sit in obligations, i'm stating facts on the ground that need to be a nice. i'm opening up to is our names. of course, this is continue,
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no doubt about that. and building and relation the su continue also. but does not exclude dudgin. you shall open up to other cells. and just finally, you personally have you heard anything from general bore hand about whether you're going to remain the ambassador in d. c. or you'll be and you have bassett, no, actually i. e. m. man, he in general were home as a commander in chief of the armed forces or sudan, fired and 17 ambassadors and diplomats as commander on policy listened on. and i happened to be one of them. that of course inside the vehicle the night as him as being the head of the ship. let me let me finish and sedan i and they and elisha, you meant a government since they didn't know government anyway, i decided to remain in place. well, many of the people have remained in the government. you consider the sovereignty
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council announced by general hand to be legitimate. no, not at all. it doesn't you commit to call this up appointed by an elite you meant nobody has no right to repeal the constitutional documenting has no right to appoint ministers. have no right to appoint members only or in council on only so of course will be put into question by the people or should i come back? thank you. after the break, as the u. k. cut support for the un agency which age palestinian refugees while continuing to support bombing and sanctions on the places those refugees live. we oscar, i was commissioner general in the countries that create the refugees should pay more to support them. all of all coming up about to have going on the ground ah,
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allowing ourselves to be more efficient quicker with our transactions. but with that comes a trade off. every device is a potential entry point for security into any machine because it's an extension of traditional time. the defenders have always been one step behind the attackers to partner with them. there's one comes option in the offering . it's not a matter of, if it happens, it's a matter of when i was here to preach in the 10 percent isn't true, believers usually are highly committed to this. well, a few songs and i recall scientific fundamentalists, i'm not very interested in the evidence about psychic phenomena or about
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values, spiritual practices because it goes against our world view. but the evidence is very strong, spiritual practices and religious practices make people happier, healthier and live longer. ah, new york, it's really what america is about. ah, when our mayor took our place, he was elected because of his campaign on our city, being a tale of 2 cities, the haves and i have not. and those who have not are usually the ones who weren't being buried on hard i. the city is always wanted to forget about hold island. city is wanted to forget about the people who are buried there. it's wanted to forget about the fact that there is a potter's field that there was
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a play where difficult stories are in the fact that we're using inmates to maintain this active burial site. where 1000000 souls are buried. where so much of new york city history is buried is payment of the quality that exists in the city for centuries. ah, welcome back from and arguably us intensified economic and energy crisis in lebanon to a bombardment of gods or the killed hundreds to a continuing corrode of ours pandemic this year has been one of the hardest in almost a century for palestinian refugees. so why then is the un agency that supports them facing collapse? i'm joy now from amman and jordan by the commissioner general of that agency in ra felipe lorine commission. general, thanks so much for coming on. i mean, how is it possible that the you in relief and works agency may be facing collapse?
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that's unfortunately not a new one. i mean, the agency has been in to come into crisis now for almost a decade. since 2014, our income have not to increase that. but as you say, we are in a region with crisis or is tend to reproduce, need to have also significant increase the unexpected agency like on want to deliver on the needs expectation, which is not the case anymore. and you know, to be in to come across to the region. there is a doctor for despair distress, but also anger. because basically what is alive fan of the palestinian refugees. and the more want he's into a financial crisis to move the partisan refugees a. she'll abundant by the international community and this crisis is really on setting it on setting for the refugees is on testing for the staff,
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but also for the host to country. wonder if yes or no one will be able to continue to deliver critical services to somebody in refugees. yeah, i think many people think of and rolla because of the everything pictures coming from garza in may, but of course your roommate is a refugee is millions of them across the middle east, syria and lebanon. and so for jordan, way you're speaking to me from joe biden, just gave you a $235000000.00 in aid from next april. i know that the u. s. is just sold 735 millions in weapons to israel. but what's happening? i mean, shouldn't that have saved you after the trump decision to defend you? number one didn't see suffered a lot over the last 2 year or so from the financial crisis center and had to put in place quite a number of also recommended measure. and if you go beyond that today,
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it will definitely impact the quality of our services, but also the scope of our services. now the u. s. 3 engagement has been very, very important. and we have a saluted the return of the u. s. at unfortunately, it has been offset by decreases by decrease funding from a number of a tradition donor, but also from lack of strong engagement. here in the reason, i mean, can you see why barra johnson here in britain which slash the grant by 50 percent for 42 and a half 1000000 pounds to 20800000 pounds. i mean, obviously with issued weapons sales this coming to $400000000.00 to israel. what would you say to borrow johnson? well, the decision to decrease the over the budget from 0172015 percent of the g. d. p. has barrick the consequences,
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it has the human consequences, but it has also an impact on keeping and maintaining the stability here in the region. i mean, just to remind our viewers, say in garza, i mean they're just the other day, there's a 13 year old killed in the occupied territories. what does in row actually do? because obviously the red cross tries and does what it tries to. aid agencies are indigenous ones from his bola, from my mouth, from the p a. they try and do it. what does an ro actually do in gaza? say, let us examine the, which is our major operation right now. we have nearly 300000 girls and boy in our schools. in garza, we have a nearly 70 percent of the population which are rely on our primary health services, but also on our associates. if can into a program,
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we are providing food to 70 percent of the population in together trip. so we are a lifeline. and in top of that we are the 2nd biggest employer in the guys us cheaper. so a, so your appealing to donors like britain, germany, the united states, the, you, sweden, i mean, these are countries that are selling weapons to israel, that a used to bomb. sometimes in rolla facilities, you're appealing to those countries to give you money. meanwhile, those countries sell weapons to blow up garza, can you not see some circularity here? i am appealing to the members face to translate the strong political border and mandate been given to on the war and the to mit materialize into matching resources. this is what i am doing. basically there is an expectation
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from the international community that in the absence of a lasting political solution that the agency own walk provides a human development activities and services it, but it's in refugees. ok, i'm not sure of that onto the circularity question, because it, it is strange. explain why and you know, israel, and i think some american officials have complained of rela, facilities being used by terrorists to say, as they call them up. just remind us what happened in may when, when you k. u. s. german funded israeli aerial bombardment of gaza attacked attack the strip $256.00, including $66.00 children killed to remind us what happened in may. as you mentioned in 66 and killed in together paper. and among them you had also
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a number of keys where attending the what school. now during this conflict, our schools are also being safe haven for about $70000.00 a scene. and we were seeking refuse in our schools. so may, has been a human tragedy. it has been to force conflict in 14 jasa, you highlighted some of the absurdity i, with just today after the conflict. and basically people were completely traumatized, but they were already talking about a possible read upset. and basically we are in a situation which i would define as being the, a chronic of a next a conflict. and we have to break these observed circuit. and wow, as the recovery mean, i mean, behead of any,
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i know you're going off to the european union in a, in a week or so as time as i say, joe biden, 735000000 dollars in weapons sales to israel bars johnson selling off a 1000000000 to, to israel, i was the recovery be in before, perhaps the next conflagration. wow. i'll see you on fortunately much more modest. we had indeed an appeal we have received about 50000000 don't are to initiate some of the recovery and many the wedding and the shelter of the most, the most major set of the medicine refugees. and we have started this kind of rehabilitation a just after the war, just what we also did because a trauma has been very, very, very deep among the population. and don't forget, december petition,
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i will so gone through 18 months of coverage. and then you had to this war we have wrote very quickly and that was very proud of the children back to school in order to to to to to do re fixed out you know to do the healing of toma and to prepare them for the new school year, no problem about getting textbooks across the israeli checkpoint, aside from the building materials to actually build the classrooms. no schools are really to be used. some say that it in rolla was prevented from my working as they would wish to because of financial constraints. other people fill the gap. why do you think it is that indigenous groups, whether it me democratically elected officials or as well or p f l p. what, why can't they do their own schools from their own fund is
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a weakness of the, of the pedestal refugees. and basically at the time of the creation, it was expected that we deliver services in the absence of a put it because a solution. if more would be to the content in the absence of such a solution, it could be immediately be interpreted as being a total opponent of the international community that is applied to the research is . and you're right, by the way, if tomorrow we are not in a situation to provide our services. and if it collapse it, it will definitely trigger a crisis. and after the crisis, some might be tempted out of that to feel of the gap, a gap. but it's certainly not the same that you to me and the same type of
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monday. the one being given a lot, obviously has, well, i would differ when it comes to refugee camps and chevron should deal and so on, in lebanon, where they already do give aid. arguably, what about russia and china? do you think that rush, i know russia has given money? china is given money to you. very small compared to the money from the usa. do you think they just think, given that most of the arms come from nato countries and should be funded materially mostly from those countries, sending the weapons to israel. i don't know what to do. so we usually have a very strong support. whenever resolution being up to the, in support of the agency and mandate. but it is true that there is some room for improvement when it comes to translated because people to the resources that we are receiving support from countries like china and russia still very,
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very much this. and corona virus, obviously the parent corona virus, per capita, case number's and death numbers perhaps are less than here in london. a corona virus affecting the refugees in the camps right across the middle east. yeah, i would say that the pre balance is similar to the population in the respective countries. so one over the last 18 months has been part of a national response company in both for the prevention, but also for the commission a campaign. and just finding the embargo on lebanon. how does that affecting? and i was work as we approach when to, i mean, we are in, i'm very concerned about the situation in a political, financial, and economic collapse. it's for, exacerbating the situation in the car. i went a few months ago to visit and anyway,
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i'm not and by you know, anger is voting. there is a lot of frustration. people are really desperate. there is a lot of august nasa, and we should never forget how wine the situation is extremely difficult for the entire population in lebanon. it is an even more difficult to put it in. reproducible have been over the last few decades, also discriminated when it comes to accessing livelihood in the country. just briefly, though, do you expect the united states and britain to allow fuel this winter to come from iran to lebanon, to syria, where there are refugees? i have no idea, i guess it would be as good as yours commission general. thank you. thank you very much. that's it for the show will be back on monday to talk satcher . markson was who was one of the greatest chroniclers of the working class
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experience. also nominated problem door winning director mike lee until then keep in touch my social media and that is no countries around the world should stop a homing israel with weapons that kill vela gideon's. ah, just look at what's beyond the ability to repair and that's what american policy makers are playing with the justification for more money printing. because if climate change, if it were possible to fix climate change, it would shrink the entire global economy down to the point where these bankers would stop getting bailouts and they can't ever stop the bodies. so that's, that's the rhetoric behind that, that's the methodology behind it. that's the psychosis. join me every 1st day on the alex, simon, sure. but i'll be speaking to guess in the world of politics, sport, business,
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i'm show business. i'll see you then. mm. we're empowering ourselves to be more efficient or quicker with our transactions. we can make mobile payments from ourselves. the truth is that every device is a potential entry point for security attack. i think, okay, but i don't want to mention lee with anything but only eventually there's malware of thousands, maybe sometimes millions each day. they use the cyber, they use the technology as an extension of traditional crime. artificial intelligence has not many main threat. this is due to the 3 laws of robotics. one of the things that's happening at the many cyber implants right now, i'd be where they're really worried about it. most people with equally b, you can put a chip in my brain. so there has been a lot of progress from the hacker side using ai and using other advanced
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