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you sonya did that, so that's why i as hannah have to use a more serious and of course a companies in germany. so you for the yours or abuse and yes, our product a component. so this we are lately with you some toggle. i think that well, for it's part lithuania, says the economic pressure from china has got the potential to disrupt international supply chains where we discussed the situation with economists, alexander cat, who says that the e, you could intervene if there's enough evidence of pressure from china. pretty good . the you, as a clearly stated that it is a gathering evidence about any search or measure being implemented by china and any damage or a could have been inflicted on european companies. and. and once this case is strong enough for the
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usual way. ready to, to sort of the dispute is to go through the international organizations, especially in this case, this is true, the war trade organization, which is a muster and convenient body for settling. these are kind of disputes. while i think the german businesses, of course, if they could suffer some damage from, from that actions because they have some plans in between. yeah. so they, they are, are, are obviously exposed to do the consequences of this kind of situation and aberrations are underway in the sex trafficking and perjury, trial and gallon. maxwell, the british socialite and former powder of the late disgrace financing, jeffrey epstein maxwell's accused of facilitating his sex crimes against teenage
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girls and faces at the 70 imprison if he is convicted delane maxwell, trial f. b. i switch of apps, teens house rate, beg bucks, and big little lies. top 6 take away from the closing argument. prosecution shows footage of 2005 f. b. i rate on epstein's palm beach has when offices discovered pictures of naked women and skimpy dressed miners and sex toys. prosecution says maxwell, alert girls into epstein trap, epstein could not have done this alone when that man is accompanied by a posh smiling, respectable age, appropriate woman. that's when everything starts to seem. the jetta mate at scene transit at $30000000.00 to maxwell in late 19 ninety's and early 2 thousands, prosecutors believed that was a reward for being epstein's partner in crime. you don't give some $130000000.00 unless they are given you exactly what you want. and what absent wanted was to
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touch on the rage. girls, it was payments for committing terrible crimes with jeffrey epson maxwell's defence says, accuses, are motivated by money. memories have been manipulated. if you've got a breaking news for you all brand new german language channel r t d, which we began broadcasting last week, has now been removed from it's european satellite provider. you tell south the move comes at the request of germany's media regulator. this is also statement and response. to day the german regulator forced european settlers service util sat 9 to remove the broadcast of r. when you moscow bays german language channel, artie deutsch from its platform. it is an appropriate for the german regulator, m a b b to overreach, and ignore the european convention or trans frontier television under which it is subject, thereby forcing util sat to remove artie deutsch from the carrier solely due to the
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unsubstantiated and factually flawed claims of the german regulator, we believe this amounts to legal pressure and our confident this action will be redressed by the courts. we will be seeking all possible remedies against the german regulator and our audience can continue to access our content across multiple platforms and online. as we've been reporting here, r t d e has faced a barrage of resistance and allegations since it launched last thursday, is accused of not having the necessary documentation to broadcast in germany. but our t management insists that license was obtained in accordance with all european laws and regulations. the new channel with also taken of youtube the very day that it launched a technically there's no connection between that and the german t. v. broadcast dispute at the time and official for a german media watchdog. as i'm pretty ominous words for the new channel, which he called tricky. now that is without doubt, the trickiest launch for any of our family of multi lingual channels. here at
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archie with me is art is a seo alexi nickel of good, happy with us. thanks for this or can you talk us through what's happening and what's out is understanding of why it's happening. but the reason it's happening is because nobody wants competition. and we obviously are getting more and more popular. and the online service that we had in germany was phenomenal if successful, i should say. and naturally, no one likes competition. and that's fair. i mean, we all want to compete, well, trying to compete, trying to win our orders. the problem is that we want to do it perfectly legally, and we are absolutely sure, and we consulted with our international lawyers that everything we have don was exactly according to the existing laws and regulations. why do you think it's getting so much resistance in germany? because the english language channel has a bit of trouble along the way in the united states and sometimes in london. but
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we've been going for years, the french channel, the arabic channels, spanish channels that are all fine. why? it's such a problem for germany. i can only guess, i do not know for sure. i don't want to to guess publicly about the fact is that each new channel is getting more and more resistance, which is almost like getting a metal. because that means we are getting more and more successful. they see, see us as more and more of a competition. of course they claim something which is totally ridiculous that this is not being produced here in moscow. but you know, you know, very well that been user room is right across across the corridor. you know, the newsroom is here and this to those here. and the broadcasting facilities here and german regulator is trying to persuade us, this is all fictitious. right? i mean, they're just up the corridor. i said hello to the image presenting today as we pass, having a coffee getting out of the machine. so what the channels next, move going to be. while we were brought up in an idea that if you have
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a disagreement, you go to the court of law and that's how you solve your and settle your disputes. and quite honestly, who are bit surprised that in this particular case, the different course of action has been followed by some of our distinguished opponents. we intend to do exactly that we intend to go by the perfect, perfect illegal path. we know exactly what you are doing. would know exact. we are totally sure. we consulted checked and double checked with all the lawyers with all the experts in the area where absolutely sure that we are doing the right thing. and whenever you have a dispute, you're, you're resorting to the, to the law. and that's exactly what we're going to do. is this going to have any impact on the transmissions of the rest of the r t family of channels? not that i would know of that again, we have all the licenses that were supposed to have for all our versions for our
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languages. yes, we can, we continue working and hopefully, well, as we said in our statement we, we are available to him. many other options, i don't want to name them all, but there are, there was a number of options for people who want to know the alternative news. and sometimes, what we believe is a more accurate version of many events than what they get from the german maze tramecia. and we will, but we will fight, we will fight legally. and i'm quite sure that we will get the possibility to bring our version of events, which is total illegitimate, to which we are totally entitled to our viewers in germany as well as in all other countries. no the and actually the reform to be pressure from rivals within germany . that's just the nature of the game. and you and i both know, do you think there's been any extra pressure from governments on the regulators or rivals over this? while the fact is that with be in, but just
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a few minutes ago with been caught from air by a very well known and respected satellite operator. and why did it happen? this is the question that probably needs to be asked to the operator. could that happen without any pressure? again, without any decision, by a court of law, any injunction or whatever? again, this is the question that needs to be asked to someone else asked that i suppose it's evan. can i ask you a question that's similar to how long is a piece of string that the channel made it on air? it made it onto the satellite or be taken off a week later, getting channels to broadcast in various countries with a lot of paperwork that a lot of permission that's not a regulation. is this something that can be swiftly sorted out? do you think we have a plan, obviously, as well as tracking the plan that we've used was not a plan a unfortunately,
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we are not able to use the plan a that we use the plan b, which you, you may, you may know that we didn't to work to and we are going to get, we're going to dispute that in a court of law with another country. so now we're going to plan d and plan e have many of them. but one thing is certain people who want to know the different side to what ends and want to know the events of the truth that is not being brought by some mainstream german media. have the possibility to do that to do that, and we'll try to help them as much as we can. and i'm looking at the numbers. it's the fledgling channel, but it still go to following and it's building online, broadcasting online right now with the dot com. how important is it then to get on old fashioned linear television? if i can call stuff like the old fashioned? that depends on the generation. of course, i mean, we are both not very young, especially may i know people of my generation and older and younger they,
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they tend to watch more of traditional television. younger people watch go to social networks. years. they have mobile applications. we have all these tools which i think it's fair to bring our channel in the forum that's more convenient and usual and traditional for our target audience. i think it's just unfair not to allow people who are seen in the 60s like myself or their seventy's, but who want to have their own idea of their own picture. it's just unfair not to let them do that. i will try to bring down that convince. nick is still the case, isn't it? most people still get that use from tv? i'm thankful to say in terms of what assurances are ti might have to be the regulator of the government or whoever it may be in germany, watts, if not concessions as such, assurances have you been asked for yet in order to get
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a broadcasting license? that's. that's a good question. actually. the thing is that there was a complete lack of dialogue. it was all we have. we're presenting the fact and we're being said, no, that's wrong. so no lesson. we launched this the channel only less than a week ago. and it was covered, and it happened here in moscow. and if anybody is interested to watch, i mean, if anybody's interested to know the truth, not their own, destroyed carol the dance. we are more than open to show them what the truth is. we can show them the newsroom this to do. they say are the broadcasting facility. everything is here. so it is a channel which is produced in moscow. exactly, exactly, as we stated. and when you say you're saying something, they say, this is a green light. this is a green and black logo of r t, and i will tell, you know,
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it's blue and white says that it's impossible to have a dialogue like that. then you go to the court of law. so at least the judge will tell, tell you whether this is green and black or blue and white is a 3rd way of getting a rounded out such a legal way of getting rounded in terms of getting the license somewhere else or re establishing maybe a bureau office somewhere because the, the europe in, you needed one entity. it's a collection of many different facets, isn't it? are there other legal alternatives to be able to get our tv to its audience? we've been using the perfectly legal possible it the perfect legal way of getting get permission from one of the countries which is a signatory to the convention of transferring to a television, as well as germany. and the new license given issued by this country is 100 percent legal. of course, when an official spokesman of the journal,
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a german union of journalists is saying something like this, sir, but the license is not worth the paper. it's right. none. it's humiliating towards serbia, which is signatory in their own right. exactly the same 2nd period as germany and another 32 count europe, ian contracts for sign base convention. and i'm sure that some people in survey will be very interested to us tardy. what exactly do these german people mean by saying the issue, the kind of the license issued by the serbian authority is basically a piece of paper that was nothing we are following the legal procedure. we're 100 percent sure that we are doing the legally correct and right thing and we'll continue, continue doing so. so if t is going to continue its power of trying to keep its applications going along the legal path, is there a consideration that germany has done something that if not illegal as such but
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doesn't go against all, goes with the ethos of this body that serbia resigned up to where the license has been out and germany is also a signatory. is the challenge to be have that while i think you pronounced all the right words, i don't even have to to not. okay, well keep us posted bouquet watching. if you're watching r t d, you can watch it online at r t dot com and you'll also find it on all the social networks as well. so the next in a close, i'll t c o. thank you very much. thank you. continuing the news, our european gas prices have jumped to old time record highs and wall countries grapple with g crunches that apparently still time to play the blame game pointing the finger again. russia despite moscow fulfilling previously agreed contracts. gas prom supplies gas, according to consumers, requests and full compliance with the current contractual obligations. reco breaking day when it comes to the price of gas in europe that has topped $2000.00
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per 1000 cubic meters of gas for the 1st time ever. it's come about after a gas bron, the russian energy giant didn't book any gas transit through poland on the jamar europe pipeline in its most very basic sense. that meant no extra gas would be arriving in germany. now. gas pran continues to live up to the contracts. it has with european nations like germany and others. but what it's not doing is sending any extra on to the market. what that means is there's an increased demand and well not the supply as i said. so that means the prices have gone right open. fact they've gone through the roof this month alone. prices have risen by 40 percent since the summer they've gone up 300 percent and that is started to take a toll on energy companies and number of them deciding that this is just too rich for their blood. and they've had served while they fold it. they've had to file for bankruptcy, the latest to do that is neck and,
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and strong. here in germany they supplied power to some, 13000 homes across the country. they'll not be doing that anymore as they decided they just can't be part of this with the energy price. so high. now, i said that gasper on continues to live up to the contracts which it signed. however, that hasn't stopped european leaders from suggesting that russia is using energy is using gas supply in an attempt to try and exert political influence over some countries in europe. rogers used energy as a tool for political influence, the for instance, in moldova. and while it is strictly speaking, fulfilling its commitments on gas supplies, menaces, current refusal to increase export volumes to europe, or to refill gas from own storage facilities as a means to exert pressure on the you specifically to secure the regulatory licensing of move string to the kremlin spokesman the meter press. gov has said this isn't an issue for. busy the russian government that this is an issue between
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europe and gas, prominent questions on this whole subject, well shouldn't be directed towards the kremlin. they need to go to gas prom h q to mr to serve. what is the reason for the decrease in gas deliveries via the mile? your pipeline with gas now going in the reverse direction. is there a link between a suspension of supplies the germany, and the north stream to pipeline it up? so no, there is no link. it's a purely commercial issue and it's up to gus prompt to explain the reasons well, when you look at the prices, it's clear to see why this is such a big su, $4.00 to $4.00 and a half time increases across europe when it comes to gas prices. as i said, huge demand for russian gas in europe at the moment, it had been hoped that the, the nord stream to gas pipeline would be able to, to slake some of that thirst for gas. the plan was that that would be able to provide as much as 55000000000 cubic meters of gas every single year, directly into germany, and then on towards the rest of europe. however,
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it's found itself snarled opener and bureaucratic process when it comes to certification. here in germany right now, we're hearing it may well not be approved until the 2nd half of 2022. this is after we had thought it would be up and running by. well, now that was after the united states lifted sanctions against the north stream to company earlier in 2021 that had previously called the let caused delays on that project. okay, we're going to wrap up this bulletin for now in just have a 10 minutes or a special live event for u r. t correspondence, grilling the russian foreign minister. it's due to start in the next 50 minutes or so we're going to bring it to you live for now though, for moscow, this is art international. thanks for watching. ah, ah, is your media a reflection of reality?
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in the world transformed what will make you feel safer? isolation for community. are you going the right way or are you being led somewhere? direct. what is true? what is faith? in the world corrupted, you need to descend a join us in the depths or remain in the shallows. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy even foundation, let it be an arms race group is often very dramatic. development. only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful,
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oh, working room or should she popped in? she said, well, i'm getting ready to go shopping for christmas. family research with 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, the lady that lived over there. i was walking one of the dogs. so why do you wear again where you skin doesn't play ticket often? i think the people need to take responsibility in the middle names and be prepared if those kinds of weapons were less available. we wouldn't have a lot of the shootings that we certainly wouldn't have the number address
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mm hm. ah 0 one or 2. yeah. jeremy williams is so delegated and as you want to talk to, we stand together, we'll continue to stand together against russia, even in germany. repeat some of the areas that we doubt this made say, notice if he needs a shockey daughter,
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it's about their ability to influence other nations, france b, u. k. and even latin america and other countries in future, there may be no where to high run walk cycle alone with members of your household please, please, please, please. we're going to continue to fight. don't go, don't just need to, to do it. russia must not be allowed in germany or the out through common leave it to show up today in al td enough. the 5 and the yes actually ended outside the in office. mrs. guns until sunday. join me every thursday on the alex salmon. sure. but i'll be speaking together from the world of politics, sport, business, i'm sure business. i'll see you then. oh,
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the you're with are the for moscow. it's just ahead of mid day this wednesday, december, the 22nd and this hour. we've got an exclusive live event for you. russian foreign minister said gala rove, we'll be talking in depth with all the correspondence from across our family of multi language news channels. there's a lot that's going to be covered too, among the tensions with ukraine, nato expansion. they're all on the table and also the story that we broke for you within the past hour. no doubt, all german language channel r t d correspond. and i will note i want to ask a few questions now that it's been dropped by european satellite provider after pressure from berlin. the topics that are out for discussion, although they might seem easy enough with simple questions. they are multifaceted, not least, of all problems surrounding bilateral relations with ukraine and those trying to weigh in from beyond in europe and in nato that it.


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