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ah, working room or should in the back, she popped in. she said, well, i'm getting ready to go shopping for christmas. and we, we saw there was a good buying another, shooting another safe part of american life shattered by violence. the gunman was armed with an a ar 15, semi automatic rifle. when the issue comes home, it's time to act when we're silent on this issue, the other side winds by default lady that lived over there. i was walking one of the dogs, which is why you where again when you scale and nothing they take it off it. i think the people need to take responsibility into their own hands and be prepared if those kind of weapons were less available. we wouldn't have a lot of the shootings that we certainly wouldn't have. the number a desk with
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their said boom bought the one business so you can't automate that brand new board . and i'm rachel blevins to the 1st time in 20 months, and then continued supply chain shortages and concerns surrounding global demand. we'll take a look at how markets are reacting. what energy prices are storing in europe as temperature is continued, drop boiler got the latest on the fate of the north guarantee pipeline, and whether it could face the new sanction from the lat. blog. the united kingdom has a post breakfast trade deal with australia as it love to build stronger tides of the nation. will dig into all those detail. got a lot to get to. let's go and we leave the program with china central bank announcing it will lower benchmark lin benchmark lending rate for the 1st time
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since april of 2020. now while the one year loan prime rate was only adjusted from $3.00 down to 3.8 percent. the news comes days after the peoples bank cut the amount of cash. well, we're just interrupted our programs that because let me pay to speaking the russian defense ministry's annual wrap up. let's have what he's got to say or utmost focus on. proving these are good them saying that you then your colleague, paperless, ease and readiness of the russian federation. the extended session will look like you will review the performance of 2021. i'm looking at the key to p eyes and we'll also plan going forward. and as we usually 2 are still with annual conferences like this, just like the previous year 2021 was an extra ordinary year,
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which is those are the 1st of all because of the ongoing pandemic. and there were still waiting for what was on the essential look that way of with the armed forces that you have delivered and all the commitments they believe was one that we're facing up with. that is that the army we've upgraded or in the ground troops and the navy and says the share of contemporary weapons is more than 70 percent. now. yes. and in the nuclear, you forces, i'm going to share that will in the 89 percent island gone and king shaw has been commissioned until well, you remember what the navy has a broad range is what what task? so submarines and surface ships will have been on duty and all the ocean is on the planet with our craft go home to exercises in the baltic sea
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and we'll see you in the sea pacific in the atlantic company and the groupings of submarines and other ships performed exercises in the mature when we got the or combat reading this, it is growing, was that the disco reflected up by the west 20 to 21 military exercises so that if i be speaking to the person. so you know, the union state, sir, defense capabilities have been tested during those drills. easterly not only were shady or, and the service man, you have the fundraiser in their duty in syria. they've been helping him to look up dinner studies, settle the crisis, and that has been stabilizing fort worth in that region. with that being for more than a year or a service man, you have provided certainly that peacekeeping efforts mean, lena gordon,
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a caraballo the d mind in number of areas that have restored some social infrastructure. what they've preserved historical and cultural landmarks. i'd like to thank the peacekeeping force in that region and praise youth for your summer bravery, the peripheral neuropathy of, for your constrained to buy sure from what you guys don't considering for assisting music via the civil population and our medical professionals. religion. have you treated more than 30000 people in natalie military hospitals when the music i'm available, just got a letter from the have helped and ceiling dvd uniform in 9 origins during the pandemic. if there's a rebuild of that image and they've even provided rehabilitation services, so they continued doing so. oh,
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for those who been facing i believe severe and medium. huh. so not we're cases specimen. i'd like to thank her. those professional salary is only senior. could you mean europe and providers rehabilitation services the are you not? packages get stupid russian armed forces that have conducted an almost 100 percent vaccination campaign that has held to the cut down on the number of cases protecting the lives and health that the service men and to ensure the high combat readiness that the are we, we know that have been seminal severe cases in the armed forces and there are some not combat casualties, but overall of armed forces have that lean able to rise to the occasion going into the building. it's william in them with the military buildings units. how far away in lena, delivering issues with video, with the sites on time with
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a fur help to, to provide water to what you crimea to it's capital sebastopol they held to bid is multi service mater. functional centers, sir, was really michel aim for those in the medical services. so the news about didn't you that we rely on the ground wordlessly built over the past years on and little progress that's been achieved in science and technology. we need to continue upgrading when the police are armed forces for the political situation around the world. conflicts in what little remains more complicated. there are new flare up, so you have tensioners with the way it nourish. we're deeply concerned or any way. and i, they build up of gifts or showing of the us, a nato rama on it. forces us on our borders. and by really be spotwood exercises, including your mon clan til of military drills. the us is deploying a certain miss our shield kind of came casara, ina,
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adapt your over the remaining and poland omega. and chi usually $41.00 kid be require, was it home a whole could miss out? they continued to use this system, so they deployed claim ukraine than their time to file will go down to 8 to 10 minutes. but if, if they deploy us with hypersonic me sales then to 5 minutes, then that's a huge challenge. tor security gonzalez, this is why we're up either. concretely the good reached out to you the u. s. present to our home dealer want with your us go with little talk about a specific arrangement. actually it was him who are, you asked me to nash assign the appropriate personnel and we thought it would then you should submitted. so it was pushed or a draft. she knew that it would precludes any further expansion of nato to the east, to and the deployment of alpha offensive weapons sir,
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on our borders. and we've submitted them with laura draft to the, to nato. and to the us, we need long term, legally binding guarantees. yet i'm going to say we know that we can't trust only the even you can go to such guarantee and said, look, because the u. s. can withdraw from any got international treaties very easily. that's they're not interested in t for they so that reason abuse. yeah. i can do a tang very easily, sometimes they provide some substantiation. sometimes they don't do it. when you just like the did with the open skies treaty with either or with the abm treaty, just because we sure we need something, at least, and legally binding guarantees. and not just in words, was we know the price for maybe shooting of words. we know that price very well. good me w. if to it except we can. so with just recently in the they got the late 19 eighties
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and early 90 ninety's, we were told that your concerns, every possible eastward expansion of nato, our ground less. and then what they did, there were 5 waves of eastwood expansion by nature terribly scheduled. and that was happening, as you remember mer, all grown up here. go back to that. that was happening at a time when russia and the us, human, russia, and many other is nature madness. allies had very good relations. the say, the we're almost allies. nobody was, at least we're getting along very well, and i said it publicly, and i'd like to remind you during the conflicts or excuse me, for europe this year. it was the russian missile defense sensors. we had us, especially since they came to live there to work every day they had the tables and the us flag, you know, what more could her, we done greatest through i,
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to europe and asia. they used to be that you could us aids in the russian government since they were c i, a operatives would support them. why did they need to suppress ford so pretty easily in the south caucasus, including isis. you can get in. there wasn't ices, but there were other terrorist groups. they supported terrorists. why liberal shooting? why did they want to expand nature? why did they want to withdraw from what abm treaty on the boards we're seeing today? the tension that we're seeing right now in europe is not going to be there with you full to look up there to blame at each step so young, which shows you what we had to respond. russia had to respond at each step, the situation that we should go to could came worse and worse. who did you say sora degradation movement continues degradation, daughter and we are to point when we have to designed something we have to take in
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decision. we cannot lead that total with but to continue happening with was issue. i hope they understand it. i'm often asked myself the question, why did the do that the muffler during those times? i really don't know. maybe that will you for a cleaning because they only buy one in that cold war. were nearly at fab, sir. they were not put my miscalculated he, they thought they won in the cold war graham, you pro and the williams provided sir, which was a wrong assessment, sir. alpha which will development. so what could come next to implicitly that we're not asking for who's you any exclusive fact terms that are russia, him with his of customers and the calls for an individual or equitable security. union yogurt is human in eurasia, thought a firm with our western counterparts continued to me. rush with an aggressive and
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dance and we'll take the as you to which you made a chain technical action. you may the, we have the full right to respond to any unfriendly missteps is a person we would like to protect our sovereignty. so any controls and our defense logan, if we know still a dispute for you folks that they've been using that the difference between some military guys's to act thousands of kilometers away from their own territory. there's not no pro. and if they don't really like the un charter and international law, they say it's outdated. we don't, we no longer need that, that you switch to the even. but if it fits their interest, like the normal, de leon would be happy to refer to him in a chair in law to a new and charter. we are sick and tired of those manipulations with this is because in this regard, as i said, it's important. wesley, she's too,
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as with your little continued to upgrade her armed forces in a systemic, consistent way when they be taken into account these priorities. in the latest edition media route, one of the state military planning 32030. so what are the key priorities for next year? first of all, i need to continue or planned and balanced with re equipment of our forces. the with contemporary of arms and weapons, maybe succeed closing high precision weapons reconnaissance at command to and but yet management system will gradually put, got to go some of that as well in terms of training room. we need more work for to make sure that our servicemen know how to access elena, we've, we've new environment and how to operate contemporary weapons. this is why these curriculum training programs need to be re adjusted junior was booked, was particularly for west 2022 exercises. 3rd fear. graham with success,
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we did often depends on the alignment and the way little speed in this of decision visit and during military operations. in leukemia, at least it's just a matter of minutes or even seconds. this is why we need to support decision making by commanders at every level, particularly in the tactical units, we need to reduce a i solutions in this area. the 4th of definitely at every level, we need to have a successful. there were of the rules and procedures, so we didn't, we knew to in the army, sir, conflict technology negotiable. and we often see that a gucho contemporary conflicts here, which are usually usually depends on what commanders do, not just on technology, depends on the character on to leave on smarten. if we go to that, you draw it mine, set of those commandants, those who take look for when you think out of the box,
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this is why we need to train room and we bring up such new smart with mercury command is thinking out to the box where they need to be put on the so called reserve. they need in to be provided with opportunities for korea. griffith little 50 and made to difficult international situation. we need to develop the initials it with the company. technical, i'm in the corporation deal with the collector, oscar to treat organizations and shall high corporation organizations. we also need to focus on that was really expanding taiser as part of the union states with belarus was beautiful and colleagues. one of the said the priorities ease to ex, revise within the better a social living standards for our serviceman. we are in the cities, he will leave you our service, man, risk their lives to protect our homeland and they need to. but the deservingly very good pay. richard burton, with that just as previously with their allowance needs to be in line if it comes
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with so the level serves us, the leading because sectors and it also needs to occur exceed, it was so far we still valid proportions. the average pay for the economy is $55000.00 roubles, and the average allowance there are to pay in the leading economies through the leading sectors, the financial so transport, oil that says $63.00 thousands roubles, according to my data worship. well, the ministry finance goes with 3 or it has a higher figures engine than the m. o. d says that the when you get an average allowance for a lieutenant good, i'm good. wishing to say that you visit the fisher is 81.2 or 2000 her little the city rouble. so while we know that there are different lieutenants sure
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berg, the average is a t, $1200.00 rubles fee. but as i said, the average pain of the leading sectors of the economy is 63000 roubles, and the government needs to continue. you make authority and a timeline and necessary amount a just of military pay. you can usually we illiterate william lucas and to increase military owned by retirement packages. renewing authority was the young lawyer continued to provide to premier housing to our service. men in 2021 is usually from the week what a good repair, bailey utility. could you please deputies at the in the schools. $4350.00 service men purchased apartments for p. thanks. d subsidy with an extra $9000.00 sir philip service. men will that receive the subsidies closet is 113000000000 roubles will be used from the dodgers. we should be the mortgage sher system really,
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there will has helped you. it not said the 15000 servicemen to tie in your apartments should it. and in the next 3 years apologise issued an extra $34000.00 words. the yes have is good. our own apartment service apartments are also provided were also provided to 35000 tree service men up 14 percent on our guy actually previous target sebra both and the phone will continue to put it in this and we see extra focus eve on these issues. and with finally our, like ti, thank us mr. for the leadership, the password, they were full and everyone at the top for honoring the commitments would it did. yes. i'm sure that she will continue to act in a professional manner. virginia was so give it to make sure that we achieve very high results. she, i wish you further service set, great service for the benefit of russia. thank you.
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those who, okay, which is lifting that. so you, president putin. he was speaking at the russian defense ministries, annual meeting there and talking about a wide range of issues. in particular though, he was talking about recent tensions with nato and put the blame squarely on the tape saying that essentially was their expansion since the 1980s that is led to this tension. and he also mentioned to the ongoing tools that they continued to perform new rushes borders and went on to say to that, russia has every right to take steps to defend itself and the sofa and say no, it wasn't just talking about concerns. he was trying to talk about solutions to and said that russia had put forward proposals to the us to try and secure some sort of
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legal guarantees to prevent nato expansion. but he was, you would say, a bit cynical about what he could expect to get from that because he did go on to say that a, there's no guarantee that the u. s. would actually would actually continue and pursue any guarantee that it given. because looking in the past, it's showing that it has broken many different agreements. he looked ahead to, to 2022 and said that the forces of russia would continue to be developed. he said that training would continue in different environments and different sectors. the army would continue to learn how to use different equipment, and he also stressed the need to the increase used to the artificial intelligence within the arm forces. so that was a brief summary of what president putin said. the times just came up to 2 pm here in moscow. he was talking for round about half an hour or so. and of course we will
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get plenty more analysis of what was said. there is plenty to talk about over the next few minutes. ah ah, i mean, you really must get a certain delegated and as you want to talk to, we stand together. we'll continue to stand together against russia. 80 in germany repeat some of the arrows that we doubtless made say no to civilians as chunky daughter about their village influence other nations, france b, u. k. and even latin american and other countries in ginger, there may be no where to high from cycle pollute with members of your household. please, please, please, please. we are to continue to fight. don't do anything just need to to do. russia
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must not be allowed in german audience you commonly but so, so are today in al t d in office and the yes actually in the 80, the not missiles guns until sunday. oil and gas, manufacturing, electricity, telecom, transportation, all of them now have i a t type of infrastructure connected to the internet. so clearly realizing there's disruptive potential so that those countries can't ignore it because it threatens national security issue. but if we take the nato and e u countries, virtually all of them subscribe to certain doctrines and maintains cyber task forces. they are a cyber army on behalf of a country. that's their job is
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too late. you cannot do anything about it. it's now a self fulfilling event for the u. s. economy, sorry, america, but it's over because the ability to do what paul walker did raise right, is no longer on the table because the duration rescue, the fundamental understanding of the what's gonna be in the bond market is so far out in the elk or that any little bit move up. we'll crash it anyway. so it's either crash or one way or crash it another way, but you're not gonna hold why the crash for is your media reflection of reality? ah, in the world transformed what will make you feel safer? isolation, whole community,
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are you going the right way or are you being that somewhere? direct? what is true? what is great? in the world corrupted, you need to descend a join us in the depths or remain in the shallows. ah, working room or shed in the back? she popped in. she said, well, i'm getting ready to go shopping for christmas and we, we circle but there was a going to buy another, shooting another safe part of american life shattered by violence. the gunman was armed with an hour 15, semi automatic rifle. when the issue comes home, it's time to act when we're silent on this issue, the other side wins by default,
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lady that lived over there, i was walking. one of the dogs is why do you wear again, were you scared or nothing? i think the people need to take responsibility on their own and be prepared if those kind of weapons were less available. we wouldn't have a lot of issues that we certainly wouldn't have the number and there's a a a, [000:00:00;00]
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a oh, driven by dreamer shapes banks concur. some of those with dares sinks. we dare to ask
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ah ah what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy even foundation, let it be an arms race is often very dramatic and development only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very difficult time. time to sit down and talk to finance over. i'm john. did i read all about money laundering 1st to visit this? yeah, i see the 3 different. oh good. this is a good start. well,
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we have our 3 banks all set up here. maybe something in europe, something in america, something overseas, in the cayman islands, you never know all these banks are complicit in there too. personally, we just have to give them a call and say, hey, i'm ready sir. is my laundry. okay, let's see how we did. wow, we've got, oh, is that a nice laundry? watch for max and for stacy. oh, beautiful jewelry. and how about? ha ha. luxury automobile again for mag, you know, it, money laundering is higher, legal. don't be a cookie. much as a report technology is a very big industry and there's lot of opportunities for hackers moving that it's not here, but he didn't bring the law in that country you're dealing with why arrest him there. the major cybersecurity challenge is the sovereignty of laws that cyberspace has no borders, no sovereignty. we ended up with, for example, the national health service in the u. k. the n,
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a chess was completely wiped out from a ransomware attack. if you are coming into a clinic, because you had a test or you had an operation, they can't find your records. they had to go back to pen and paper. ah, a hello that you watching out international hearing loss. okay, we're going to go back now to the russian defense ministry, the annual meeting. president peyton is just spoken. they are now, it's the turn of the russian defense minister. so a guy,


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