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ah, ah well, with tonight's professional and direct, the russian delegation lays out the red lines in geneva, in crucial security. talk to the us, pending further progress on 3 key points. note nato east with expansion or ukraine, membership or missiles pointed to russian territory. vladimir putin says russia and its allies would not allow a revolution back by terrorist as the address to sum it to the military alliance, pacific member state catholic stuff. great. we will not allow the situation in our homeland to be disturbed. we will not allow a so called color revolution to be carried out. ah
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also protested, take to the streets in melbourne in support of tennis number one, no joke a bit earlier he one is called battle the challenge, the cancellation of his visa. well, there was trade is immigration minister tonight and says he still has the power to cancel it. we talked a joint venture, his father and nicholas williams. we never thought our son, the best athlete and tennis player in the world would have had to go through this. we never had to deal with politics. our politics is tennis. with hello there will well command, good evening to out international world news at 10 live for moscow with me, kevin, how it and 1st her high stakes talks between russia and the us all day to they've been held in geneva and wraps up just a little over an hour ago, that was a week of crucial negotiations on security issues as the west accuses rusher of
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plans to invade ukraine. moscow's also lay down its red lines on nato's eastward expansion and ukraine. never joining the military alliance along with missiles aimed at russia. training. and activities with respect to our moving capabilities around will continue in russia because this is what is absolutely required to maintain the necessary level of operative readiness. our of our armed forces in this situation were security environment for russia changed dramatically to the worse. we are worried though, when concerned on possible for locations on the part of ukraine. full of following those toes. first is a correspondence shall depend sky. heather, charlotte, what are the key takeaway points from today's talk to the low media briefing
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earlier, almost after it from mr. rap. gov, our and a half. yes, that's right. lots to say from the russian delegation in regards to what was discussed today in the inflexibility from the americans on certain issues. as you mentioned there, that red line for russia, which is ukraine joining the nato alliance, not just ukraine, but ga, to, for russia. also asking for roll back of military and weapon deployment in countries that have ascended the nato alliance since 1997. now, in new going into these talks at the united states, it said that it couldn't really discuss the security of europe without its allies. and one of the crucial issues is there are tensions between not just russia and the u. s, but also you repeat ins as well. so we heard quite a lot in the briefing from the russian deputy minister who is leading that
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delegation, trying to make a breakthrough. it doesn't appear as if a breakthrough was made whole though many people who said, actually getting them around the table is a breakthrough in itself. i just want to talk more about that red line. now i ukraine is hoping to become a member of the nato alliance. that is something that russia has said absolutely can never ever happen. and we know that the u. s. has gone into these discussions saying that that was a question. that was pretty much off the table. this is what the russian deputy minister had to say for us, it's absolutely mandatory. ah, to make sure that you green never, never, ever, becomes member of nato. we are shut up with lose dog. half promises, misinterpretation of what happened, that different forms of negotiations behind closed doors. we do not trust the other
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side. so to see we need iron clad waterproof bulletproof legally binding guarantees not assurances, not safeguards guarantees. can you get more confirmation than that? iron clad waterproof bullet proof. this is what russia says it's looking for in terms of those guarantees of that expansion of the nato alliance in to ukraine. and george, i know from the u. s. port we have heard time and time again from washington, that they are in a fixed position in this. and that they say nobody will view to dictate who joins nato and who doesn't. this is what of the us under secretary of state, had to say in regards to that we will not allow anyone to slam closed nato's open door policy,
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which has always been central to the nato alliance. we will not forego bi lateral cooperation with sovereign states that wish to work with the united states. and we will not make decisions about ukraine without ukraine, about europe without europe, or about nato without nato. the other issue is, of course, on sanctions heading into these talks, the united states once again threatened possible new sanctions against russia, saying that these would be targeted financial institutions, really trying to hit russia where it hurts. it says those would be put in place if russia invades ukraine and accusation that the u. s. has been bonding about 4 months now, talking about massive increases of russian troops near the ukrainian border. now, russia has denied this over and over saying it's not going to invade ukraine, and that was once again what we heard from the deputy minister this evening here in geneva that absolutely not russia is not intending to invade ukraine and that the
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sanctions are just not helpful, there's something that in nobody wins if we continue putting those sanctions, i want to talk a little bit more about what's happening in these discussions with my guess. now i want to, i welcome game it on to the program. thanks very much. joining us. i switch journalist and also a politician. am i in clad water, tight bullet proof guarantees in politics. is there ever such a thing? no, that's never the case, you know, and as reconsider results of to. so 1st law meeting is very disappointing. we cannot expect any break fall break through because there's probably 2 or 2 new in the process. but as we can say, it's like a mckuddle game. you know, the 1st door ross who moves has lost and we all just know it is kind of dead.
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and so we cannot expect any breakthrough in the coming weeks. it expires before to get some improvement. you say no break through, but we talking about positions that seem to be completely immovable at the mo, when it comes to this issue of ukraine, and whether or not it becomes a nato member in the feature. how do we push on from here? if this seems to be a red line for both sides, the program is, you know, for the western is always a, is always, are making pressures into east, you know, with the progression of nato until to the russian borders. but he did on the west will not recognize it. don't, don't, doesn't want to recognize the problem of security. that this progression is posing to russia for them. there is no, we could mission at all of this global security program. so in this case,
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it's impossible to get any improvement if you are only stuck on quinn on, do you know good to bad wash and be are trying to put the grip on the poor innocent european countries that's, that's no way for progression. so what we can say during this last years, it's only we're so far, big new we're so for big case, you know, you have discrete punkish, read the meddling, the so called meddling in the u. s. selections meddling into french and ex russian meddling in french election. you have now these are supposed to wash untruths. i do quin border. so every, every week or every moss. the west is creating a new case of her so for big. ah, you know, a narrative in order to justify the progress of nato in west,
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in eastern europe. so in, in that context difficult to, to see a sign of progress. yes you, i mean i can't pick up the newspapers without putting much, every day seeing some sort of and t rush in store. you mentioned some of the big stories but little stories that we see leaking through the press that can have an influence. you've talked about the political motivation for that. what about the motivation of sanctions? well, sanctions ever work. we've had this new threat of possible sanctions against russia . does it? this is again because we can sit under sanctions applied against russia since 2014 . don't, don't work. there is no effect. there is some effect on the russian economy. that's gilbert and i was also fx. and are you open economies to saw? did sir that sir? oh, norwin situation. so the sanctions are not really. we're sorry,
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your shot records. everybody. now can see it's not effective, but anyway, ah, there, there is always tries to apply new sanctions new. yes, no new new train of, of sanction, new, serious of sanction. but for me, it's a also a dead end because it's, there were no solution to be found thanks to, to sanctions. now we are, we are expecting to are waiting for the opening of nostrand to but we can see there is no sign until yet. until now, until now maybe a mis of salt, the new or german chancellor will push for 40. certainly it would be a good sign if he's a doing that. but until now, no,
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nothing happened. this is the 1st set of talks. this week, more talks in brussels and also vienna throughout the week with russia and various organizations, including nato, at what sort of optimism and hope do you have for the remaining talks to take place . i'm not so domestic because there is so many so many interests under american side in the eastern countries. european countries such as poland and baltic countries, to stop to block any progress in this discussion between russia and nato that i don't see. i'm not expecting expectation expecting, sorry, a much progress in the congress. probably what has been done the russia as put the way lines. now the nato countries, as baltic countries, poland and finland and sweden. they know if there is
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a new step or new threat coming from the west against russia, the problems could occur. that's may be what a good to her, what has been achieved to this discussion. ah, riches rich, good blue could bring some poor gus in vermont in the coming launches game it on. thank you very much for joining us here. an r t. so the end of the geneva talks, the next leg is brussels. are where nito will be discussing the issues with the russian council at that issue of ukraine, likely to be a big part of the miti discussions there. and of course we will be keeping you up to date on all of the developments here at r t. all week yes, you sound lottie. high stakes talks this week is no understatement as it shall dimansky thanks. finance likeness threw it away from her. the other big story
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caused to de tennis number. one of her joked edge faces uncertainty in australia still even at this hour, just a week left till the start of the country's top tennis tournament. despite winning a court. ringback battle earlier that challenged the cancellation of his visa for not being vaccinated against coven countries. immigration minister, still saying this hour he could revoke it. joke, wretch! his father told us his son had every right to play in the australian open program, additional fees and everything they ask him to do and he receives the cost decision that allows him to stay to play tennis. so i can't describe it. we never thought our son, the best athlete and tennis player in the world would have had to go through this, especially in such a far away land where he had already proved himself the best 9 times. it's incredulous in itself that this happened to him, but it happened and it was in no way related to sport. it's all politics. but as you can see, politics couldn't take a win over him. this time, he proved his right. he wouldn't have trouble there if he hadn't had permission
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from the government and the association of tennis of australia because all those permissions went through the tennis association. they provided federal and local authorities in victoria with requests. we never had to deal with politics. our politics is tennis, of course we expect novak to win the 21st grand slam and 10 foster alien open. are the members another joke of which is sit family also met the media for a press conference in serbia. listening to it for us was, was boris malagasy, jesus, serbian canadian journalist. no, my job, which is family, said that there is a reason to be optimistic after several days of what they described as going through hell. no joke, which is mom has said that this victory in the court case in melbourne is greater victory than any grand slam that no joke which has one in the past years while his father has said that this isn't just a victory for novak a joke of issue, he says, doesn't belong just to the serbian people the to all humanity. but this is
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a victory for free speech and freedom of choice. so essentially the family has said that no joke of age has followed all the rules that were set out by australia. his brother, noble job, which his brother, georgia, jo, push, has emphasized the fact that they respect the courts. they respect the rules, australia that nobody joke reach when they're not has any kind of political message . but just to play some tennis admire shelly on the way he led the whole process because i think he was very detailed. he was very thorough and he was very neutral . our thinking from the family for leading to processing such way for, you know, showing the world the whole truth and his father surgeon joke, which is said the justice has prevailed. they believed that despite a certain price being opposed by the australian government and political threats
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that the minister's administers in australia have issued towards the fact that no joke which may still have some issues towards. as we approached the australian opened, they said that at this point, they are happy that the court has made a non to local decision in relation to the facts that were presented. and they are very confident that no joke which will, when in fact the australian open while protest fled to melbourne. earlier support of the serbian, the superintendent with the police using pepper sprayed to contain some of the demonstrators, it is ah
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australian foreign minister alex wark, who says he still retains the right to cancel jock of it's his visa regardless of any ruling. the ruling of course today in melbourne was a church said they're failing. government has on fairly revokes his visa when he arrived in the country on wednesday. and then the hanes and we have reaction some people over a melbourne who said they're glad at the decision. usually legal system is functioning, it is evidence based, not influenced by any politicians. a no bakovich himself says he's been sleep deprived when he's been questioned of australia. of course, one of the most strict countries in the world as regards covey regulations. novak shockley said he is not making, there wasn't any kind of posturing from him. despite this diplomatic fall out and people getting involved, he said he's upset and confused by the decision. my agent and i had done all that
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was asked of us in making the application for entry into australia. i did not understand what was happening, and i did not understand why he was considering canceling my visa. i was upset and confused, alexander roach, the serbian prime minister has said this is a which a huge national icon, of course job which not only and serbia is here hero. but across the whole senate landscape. one of the most famous, most recognizable athletes in the world, on the other hand, australian prime minister scott morrison says, well, rules are rules. if you don't meet those requirements, you're not welcome in the country despite the just saying that john, which is actually free to leave the detention center and free to remain in australia. now, australian officials have not taken this lane down as far as they're concerned. this is just the man trying to enter the country, trying to fill out those strict cobra regulations. morrison just lost his case
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against jokers which total incompetence like on everything else. if they seriously didn't want him while nor did they give him a visa to fi here, novak jock of it is being detained in the same place that refugees, the health, some who've been detained for 9 years. they came to australia to flee war and torture. he came to when a tennis match, those reactions are so much railey and government officials of course, kind of belittling this struggle for novak job, which is family mother has been the hardest thing. they've had to go through the past 5 or 6 savings in locked up because telephone confiscated. as regards novak jock of which is predicament at the moment is very much in the balance. it seems so how that is tonight, rushes with him, a potent express support for i like has extern saying, days of right, so that central asian republic had been fermented by terrorists, trained abroad with combat experience on the museum. even the ignition is little military's,
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we'll witnessing the aggression of international terrorism. where did they come from? these gangs of armed men who were trained abroad and clearly had experiencing fighting in global hotspots. system forces do not shy away from using cyberspace and social networks to recruit extremists and terrorists to create sleeper cells of insurgence . we will not allow the situation in our homeland to be disturbed. we will not allow a so called cooler revolution to be carried out. while towards the end of monday, c s t o video conference, russian president vladimir putin described the unrest and classic stand as an attempt by foreign forces to intervene in the domestic problems of cause extend. and that it was neither the 1st attempt nor the last. he specifically mentioned criminals and international terrorists who were recruited using social media on line. now in terms of color revolutions, the russian president likely had in mind the kind of political violence we've seen across the post soviet world. in recent years, ukraine bella roost, georgia. these color revolutions all had in common the factor of
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a varying degree of foreign meddling. that's likely the reason why the cassock president, i express so much gratitude to the c s t o for a quick response to his call for help. he said that the kind of violence we're seeing throughout the country has gone far past the original upset with the governments lifting of the price controls on liquid petroleum gas. so turn the economy, ski of chesnut, socio economic and political demands were forgotten about in a hot phase unfolded with groups of all militants coming into action. the mango has become obvious to undermine the constitutional order, destroyed government institutions and seize power. we're talking about an attempt to coo, aside from the presence of international terrorists and cas extend. it seems like this is more of a region wide problem. we heard from the president of to jake a stand who said that islamic state militants are strengthening their possess. in afghanistan, and that there is actually over 40 camps and over 6000 militants,
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that are islamic terrorists surround the region of central asia. but like, like we were talking about just in kaz extend the anti terrorist operation is winding down. seems like this. 3 situation is stabilizing, and c, s t o. peacekeepers will be returning home soon. and meantime, a day of morning's been declared across cause extern as is 30, say, they've rounded up about 8000 people now on terrorism charges, with a large number of them being foreigners. the so a sweeping anti terrorism operation is still underway because it sounds, commercial, capital, and largest city of nazi which is on the run to the violence system of the aftermath. writers of lucy stores and torture government buildings. many of them reportedly carried firearms. dozens of people have been killed, including 16 police officers. the reclaims, some of them were beheaded, causing officials also say 3 children were killed by the gunfire. now security
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video to show you from a shopping center obtained by our correspondent, they're showing looters, destroying glass counters. grabbing anything valuable overall damage and the countries estimated that more than $200000000.00 reporting from massey next to senior correspondent or a guest. if it had been said to say that the peaceful protests in kazakhstan caused all that much economic damage, it, it was of the peaceful protest that was the riots the may. hm. and the looting afterwards, that of a scant days has caused more than $200000000.00 in damage to the country. mostly here in the city of amity and those are preliminary estimates. the real damage is expected to be much, much more context on his said repeatedly that it believes this wasn't spontaneous. it was organized, looting with more systematically hitting shopping centers and businesses at the
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shopping center, c. c t. v cameras caught the mayhem in this shopping center and elsewhere. looters of course, went for easiest pickings 1st that his electronic shops, jewelry stores, as well as a t m's. this, for example, was a food shop, not a lot left aside from a few broken gadgets. shelves were cleared in minutes. security could do nothing but watch and police were engaged in fatal fire fights with armed gangs elsewhere. and the looters went to town. there's very little doubt that this was plaid because the people that came here and did this, brought the right equipment. it takes a lot to get into cash machines, but they manage to do. it's taking the cash cassette posters. typical bullshit. i don't want this to be happening. of course it was scary. we stayed home with almost these were not off people. we were all resting after the new year's
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celebrations. were some foreigners were doing all this is we were waking up or people just went out to the square to peacefully protest and then left. and then it all erupted vehicles over there. i heard some kind of running around voices, so i looked out in melbourne most likely when they knocked out the doors of some shops. there are many electronic stores on the street level on it and then they got into the car and left. there was no police which was in the level of the will. they destroyed everything. people were in danger of being killed. it was scary. it's got that we live far away. it didn't reach us. everything was awful. that there is no street lighting yet. and people are not turning on the lights in their homes. people are afraid. there were different people on the streets. at 1st the protests were peaceful on gates. fishing. their sobers cause it. what can a pensioner say? i'm sitting at home. i'm afraid to go out. good, it's good that we have peacekeepers now. it was a terrifying time for civilians. many hidden their homes turning off the lights to
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avoid attention as guides lay waste to the city of alma t. it was nothing they could do though, when they could call for help till the peacekeepers came um ah ah ah ah ah ah, of the now secure airport. mathee evacuations are underway, wash, and other nationals that being evacuated abroad, charter flights and military cargo planes. they went through to only be described as an ordeal. rational book, and yet it was scary. of course, some of them there was no information or communication. i'll get back to paris. but
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if i have to explain their how bad the situation here is why they don't report it on the news. upper france is not organizing anything yet, but i do not think as they say in france, that it is bad that the russians have arrived. again, this is assistance to the country, the situation, and the citizens of russia. yes, more than that of my now it's a more or less normal situation. thank god. we were waiting for these planes to evacuate us. where stockton, with his was, it was faced, the crowd was armed, lived in the hotel next to the square. we saw however, she was burning flash grenades were thrown. so it was very scary. almost yet scary because i was born here and it hurt seeing all the events that happened and are happening. but everything seems to be getting better. what your system is, the classical socrates could have put down the rights on their own. and but how long would that take? perhaps they would have been even more casualties. all and all about a 100 people are being evacuated on this one military flight. but altogether about
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a 1000 people have contacted the russian culture and thus to be evacuated out of our mighty alone, just just one city and they will be evacuated over about 10 or so flood. but authorities have told us that they expect more people to contact the counselors at the request evacuation among them for a national and i thought he's world is at 10 live from oscar with me, kevin, i'm from the rest of the team. were good evening to ah ah in, ah,
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