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Ukraine Has Repelled Russia's Attempt to Cross Donbas River

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:11 min | 4 d ago

Ukraine Has Repelled Russia's Attempt to Cross Donbas River

"There is a story in the telegraph of Great Britain today. An entire battalion and again, I am not, I'm a civilian civilian, meaning I don't even know how to spell civilian, much less anything going on in the army. And the Russian army. But I know that when a battalion gets wiped out, trying to cross a river, that's not good for morale. So they tried to cross the river. It's in the telegraph, I tweeted it out. You should be following me on Twitter. And they got pushed back 20 clicks from 30 clicks, which in my mind I quickly estimate to be about 18 miles because the ten K is 6.2 miles and so 30 clicks must be about 18.6 miles. So Ukraine's are pushing back the Russians all over the place. They're in a static front in the Donbass, which is, you know, I couldn't draw the Donbass on a map. I know where Ukraine and Russia is, but it's part of Ukraine. And I couldn't get it right now where it is roughly. It doesn't get to Odessa. And only a part not a God, this is from the financial time. Military briefing can Ukraine push the Russian army from the country. Even that being written is something that's extraordinary.

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"russian army" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:01 min | 2 weeks ago

"russian army" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That they were going to introduce the ruble as the currency instead There's also been talk about holding a referendum on Monday on weatherhouse on once even to remain part of Ukraine Yulia spent two months under Russian occupation She's a fourth year student at kerson university rather I should say she was a student there because she's now managed to flee along with her mother to a neighboring country She asked that we not say where exactly nor give her full name because as you'll hear she still got family inside here son So why did she and her mother leave It was no longer a life it was a survival A lot of people were afraid of it They were fighting against it and still Russians were making their moves to claim that her son is no longer a Ukraine We were also going to meetings to say that we are against Russia in our city and still what happened is they started to throw tear gas So people will run away into their houses and hide from bombs They closed any entrance to the city so no food was coming into the city no medicine was coming into the city There were going after the people who were pro Ukraine my neighbor They made him take off all his clothes and he had a few Ukrainians to do the will of our flag and with our typical signs of Ukraine And they took the sandpaper and made him a scratch off any signs about it every day around the city we had the 16 or 17 checkpoints where they were trying to find any pro Ukrainian people any people from their army because they were deserted people who were running away from Russian army They were checking out only our cells and our documents they were checking our phones and if they could find anything really Ukrainian or that you've been to knitting or that you hate Russia firstly they made them software by shocking people with electricity by punching them and shooting in the legs or in the arms So they will be wounded for life breaking their knees and breaking their ribs that's like the thing that I know it's like people told me that I really know that they went through this Clearly a lot of people you are saying have suffered at the hands of the Russian forces that are occupying Do you know if anybody welcomed Russian forces into her son Is there anybody who's pleased that Russia has taken over Nobody is pleased really It's you can not be pleased with the situation Before the war maybe there were some people who were like yes Russia but no they all see that it's awful They are not letting life saving medicine in They're not letting food in or out They're not letting money in and out So the city is almost like dying Russians cut off any communications with Harrison and some parts of the project And that happened yesterday on Saturday Yes Yes it happened yesterday evening They cut off the electricity and they cut off the wires that were giving us the ability to communicate Have you still got family in the curse on I have my grandmother I have my father and I have my friends there My grandma is happy ill with Parkinson's disease She is no longer able to walk to stand up and she is all the time in pain The one thing that helped her is pills and she doesn't have them anymore And with communications cut off you must be very concerned about them Of course I am with no Internet connection or with no any signs of anything we can not even know Is there bombing Because the last time we heard from them the sounds of bombs we could hear if it's from our phones You mentioned that no money is getting to Hess on We've had these reports that the Russian ruble will be introduced as the currency in Hassan from today Do you think people will accept using it I don't think that they will accept people still buying from the local market from the market on the street They're not buying anything from the supermarket or from our local big shops because there is nothing to buy there The other thing that's been talked about is whether the Russians will try and hold a referendum in her son in order to try to show that people in the city are happy with Russia being in control What do you think will happen if they do try to hold a referendum First of all half of the city is like no no no we are not dealing with this and love the city when we were living the city It was like half or more than half that already The people that are in the city are those who have no choice and only to stay in the city And well I'm a little bit of prokaryote and by myself And so I think that if they will hold a referendum there will be a referendum they will say Harrison is no longer a Ukraine but Harrison is Ukraine It will always be Ukraine Yulia a former resident of JSON now along with her mother she's found a refuge in a neighboring country saying that she feels that at some point Ukraine will revert entirely to the Ukrainian government You're listening to NewsHour it's live from the BBC.

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"russian army" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:06 min | 2 weeks ago

"russian army" Discussed on WTOP

"CBS's Chris lives say with more on the battle in Ukraine's east In Ukraine's northeast civilians flee the town of rusko la sova with whatever and whoever they can carry away from the advancing Russian army Now fleeing to the city of harkey their refuge is itself a cauldron of war Ukraine's second largest city is just a few miles from the Russian border and Russian shelling Well President Biden and Russian president Putin meet up at the G 20 summit in November Mister Biden has said Russia should be rejected from the G 20 but Putin announced yesterday he plans to attend Indonesia's hosting and there have been talks about them stepping up its condemnation of Russia but no decision has been made yet The cost of everything is up Prices for groceries are sky high and filling up your tank still hurts All of us have had to take a deep breath at the gas station in recent months UC Berkeley's professor James Wilcox is watching what consumers do in the current inflationary economy are consumers willing to spend money right now They are willing to spend an in part because the job market is strong We've had surprisingly strong wage growth in the first quarter That's the good news because the economy stays strong when consumers spend CBS Michael George says the Federal Reserve is set to meet next weekend is expected to raise interest rates by half a point Move over SpaceX and other companies closer to sending its spacecraft to the International Space Station Boeing planning to send a flight May 19th We're planning four to 8 days depending on weather so real short Steve stitch runs NASA's commercial crew program The starliner gives NASA another option for sending astronauts to the station but like SpaceX Boeing plans to use it for privately funded flight Once it's certified Peter king CBS News at the Kennedy Space Center Oklahoma is a step closer to a Texas style of abortion ban that prohibits abortion after about 6 weeks of pregnancy CBS Janet chameleon Keep going Our bodies The flurry of Oklahoma legislation comes in at a state by state showdown over.

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"russian army" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:59 min | 2 weeks ago

"russian army" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Now broadcasting from the underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a non descript building We have once again made contact with our leader mind Love then Hello America Mark Levin here our number 877-381-3811 877-381-3811 During the break I was reviewing again an unfreedom of the press those of you who have it I would encourage you to go to the pages of chapter that begins on page 95 and go through it And see how the Democrat party has been anti free speech really since its existence Because it's anti americanism That's its approach to things I wish I had more time but I don't have more time I really need that fourth hour mister producer you know I very much need it But I want to move on And by the way don't forget liberty and Levin this Sunday If you can't watch it live please DVR at 8 p.m. Eastern Time With Peter Schweitzer on really a fascinating discussion In the matters many of you have not heard of before as well as and by the way the bidens won't like it in McConnell's swan like it either And Fred flights who I've known for decades former CIA former Trump National Security Council Just the terrific guy and you'll want to hear what he has to say as well I want to talk about Ukraine and Russia and so forth There was a piece in the London times by David aronovich It was a very very intelligent man David aronovich And he says it better than I can He says it was all western propaganda that rush was about to invade Ukraine It was all western propaganda once the invasion had begun To call in an invasion It was all western propaganda that the ebbing Russian tide revealed the summary killing and torture of civilians and looting Yet for all our so called propaganda no one's been more surprised than the west Terrible things happen in war of course We've only to think of the family and Kabul obliterated last summer by an American drone strike Because they'd been mistaken for terrorists putting an attack on the airport But even so there's been a particular quality to the behavior of Russian troops in Ukraine And also as far as we can talk from recordings of intercepted conversations between some of them and their relatives back home A casual brutality towards all Ukrainians To callousness that is extended to the treatment of their own casualties with little effort made to rescue the wounded or recover the debt All this has shocked us and the question that begs to be answered is why are they like this One answer is they are reacting to the continuous depiction in Russia of Ukrainians as being mostly Nazis That is since this is not an analytical term folk Devils Another is that the Russian army is poorly led and armed It will disciplined resentful and made up of recruits many of whom were subjected to violent hazing after joining They arrive on the battlefield already brutalized But there's something so cynical about this brutality Whether it's the actions of the soldiers the language of the vox pops on Russia street the threats from pundits from state sponsored current affairs shows It's almost as if it comes from a place where such actions are seen as somehow inevitable That always man will be both Joseph Stalin oversaw the murders and death by starvation of millions But I'm arguing that such a belief is intrinsic to Russians as a people They want the same things as we do to be happy for their children to thrive to become grandparents They have some say over their own lives To watch a good Siro on TV and go to Disneyland But as Karl Marx said we are weighed down and hemmed in by our collective past or rather what we imagine our past to be And the Russian past is centuries of brutality Often dressed up for its citizens as glory As millions of eggs necessarily broke into attained victory It is hard for us to imagine the psychological impact of this But the background is that the Bolshevik era was marked by an appalling level of official murder and catastrophic policies right up to the mid 1950s for which no one was held to account Between 1930 and 1953 the ruling elite of the Soviet Union presided over the deportation of several million kulaks a famine and up to 4 million people The summary killing of up to 760,000 people With 1.7 more sent to the gulags Were most perished And no one was tried No one was imprisoned The victims had no redress and at best could expect rehabilitation Very often posthumously Unlike the Nazi leadership board European collaborators there were no Nuremberg's no cyanide suicides no long stretches in jail Whereas mad old Rudolph Hess ended his days in the spandau prison in Berlin in 1987 aged 93 His Soviet counterpart 96 year old molotov Succumbed to pneumonia in a Moscow hospital a year later And his terrible colleague the iron commissar Lazar kaganovich who in his declining years like to sit on a bench in a park to chat to people Lasted till 1991 Both had been intimately involved in all of Stalin's great acts of mass murder Both had helped shape and administer the policies that caused the Ukrainian famine Molotov had been in charge of the mass deportation of kulaks And both had signed off on the murder people during the great so called revolution One of the most chilling books I read is the 1993 he says translation of molotov remembers The edited transcripts of 140 conversations he had with a biographer Philip Schwab In the 17 years before his death it is wrong to call the tone on repentant molotov did not feel he had anything but inevitable mistakes to be repentant for What he had done had been for the best and generally had worked out well Now the author taxed him with the murders of so many old comrades Men like Jeanne radzak he never confessed to anything about himself unquote said molotov He was executed by firing squad A Politburo member I don't think he was a conscious member of any faction but he was too easygoing about the opposition That was unforgivable Said molotov He was asked molotov about a case where he sent a list of women prisoners sentences for approval Of ten years in prison to being shot malatov said I was authorized to have access to this list and to amend it And so I did But what was the charge against her Who was she To have no importance said molotov De stalinization led to no reckoning only during the brief period of perestroika And then after the fall of the Berlin Wall did it look as though there was a concerted attempt to get Russians to come to terms with their history The archives were open books republished museums established But as the historian irina shabak hova a founding member of the human rights organization memorial recalled in 2019 The early reformers leading Russia lacked interest in history They were in a rush to build a market economy They didn't see the link between successful economic reforms and the need for a vibrant civil society So when things got tough and folks became nostalgic even for the bad old days Vladimir Putin was able gradually at first and then more completely.

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"russian army" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:09 min | 3 weeks ago

"russian army" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Invading Ukraine The longer Ukraine's army can continue to fend off the Russian army the more military aid and training they get from the west military experts say this is what Russian president Vladimir Putin was hoping to avoid Back here in New York City mayor Adams delivering his plans for the 2023 budget today Adams also discusses his first 100 days in office We moved 1800 guns off the streets of our city since I've been elected 1800 And so we're putting in place the foundation of dealing with the immediate needs of violence but we also stop in the pipeline that cause his children to get involved in violence One item in the budget includes a $171 million investment in homeless services the plan includes buying 1400 shelter beds And as if violent crime in the subway isn't bad enough now the MPA is trying to go after fair beaters The MTA is putting together a so called fairness panel to look into the problem and PH chairman Jenna lieber says this year alone Thera beaters will cheat the city out of $500 million because of this ongoing problem The latest on the mets and Jacob de Grom here is 77 WBC's Mike dno The much anticipated results of the Jacob de Grom MRI came back last night and I guess you can say good news for the mets The Graham's right shoulder showed considerable healing you will be reevaluated in three weeks Met in St. Louis tonight for game two of their three game set with the Cardinals the Yankees will open up a three game series with Baltimore to hockey big rangers game tonight They will host the hurricanes in MSG blue shirts chasing the hurricanes for the one seat in the metropolitan division some meaningless hockey for you tonight as well Devils and Ottawa islanders in Washington for 77 WABC sports on Lake Tahoe Mark the van up next on 77 WABC forecast from the Ramsey Mazda weather center tonight rain moving in lows in the low 40s chilly for this time of year Tomorrow mostly sunny highs in the mid 50s Right now 57° in cloudy skies outside the 77 WWC midtown.

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AP: Russia Launches Fight for Industrial Heartland, Ukraine Says

Mark Levin

01:24 min | Last month

AP: Russia Launches Fight for Industrial Heartland, Ukraine Says

"Associated depressed Russia launched its long third full scale offensive to take control of Ukraine's east Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky announced Now we can already state that the Russian troops have begun the battle for the Donbass Significant part of the entire Russian army is now concentrated on this offensive General Keane indicated on life liberty and Levin last night that 75% of the Russian military is now present in this battle That's a lot The Donbass is Ukraine's mostly Russian speaking industrial heartland in the east where Moscow backed separatists have been fighting Ukrainian forces for the past 8 years since 2014 and have declared two independent republics that have been recognized by Russia This is another hitlerian tactic Oh they speak German and they want their independence Therefore I will recognize it The sedate land Recent weeks the Kremlin declared the capture of the Donbass its main goal of the war after its attempt to storm Kyiv failed You have to withdrawing from the capitol began regrouping and reinforcing its ground troops in the east for what could be a climactic battle No matter how many Russian troops are driven there we will fight zelensky vowed We will defend ourselves We will do it every day

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"russian army" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:25 min | Last month

"russian army" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Politicians political leaders who have expressed a miscarriage on multiple occasions about negotiating with mister Putin I can't see any diplomatic solution to this conflict It is war on the horizon I think we could expect a military solution namely crossing the Russian army in Ukraine But of course I do keep my fingers crossed for the offspring Chancellor to gain any advantage from this kind of conversation in context with the Russian president You mentioned military support and said I'm curious about the defense part of this equation polling last week signing a deal for the purse of 250 Abrams tanks for the United States You've also said or Poland has also said plans to increase its defense spending to 3% of its GDP next year What does the defense contracting look when it comes to the United States Can you give us a little bit more color on that Yes we have stress very clearly over the last two weeks that we need to reinforce natives defense capabilities mostly on Islam bank And the Poland has the drama pivotal country in this respect And I think that everybody has already understood it We not only had specific full site in Russia's new imperial ambitions over the last few decades But we also are an important element of this equation as you rightly noted We should strengthen our military capabilities We should first of all let me tell you a pretty frankly we have a very short winner of opportunity for weapons deliveries to Ukraine And I think that what I said before is absolutely of utmost importance to have to help the Ukrainians not only defend themselves but also defeated the Russian army and be ongoing in this ongoing confrontation Now we can see that the Russian army is regrouping They are moving units to these fathers of Ukraine So I believe this will be a protracted wall And we have to be determined and willing to send even more weaponry to Ukraine Is this becoming increasingly a proxy war though You are going to be seeing Ukrainian forces armed with NATO equipment It would be in some ways easy for the Russians to assume that they are fighting NATO How do we make sure that that line is maintained But they have been training forces in NATO forces The Russian political elites have been trying to persuade the public opinion This is exactly the clash between Russia and the free world And the west for NATO If you will But first and foremost we should start using the appropriate terminology Russia is no longer an important gas supplier a business partner a nuclear power to record with Russia is now in plain sight a terrorist state ruled by a war criminal a racist autocrat with genocidal tendencies And a war criminal who is responsible for all those indescribable atrocities committed over the last four weeks on Ukraine and soil by Russian troops The massacre in butcher was not an isolated incident The shelling of the Kramer tools railway station was doubtless for meditated Rape and pillage are part and parcel of the Russian armies murders operand We saw it in Poland during the World War II We.

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"russian army" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:47 min | Last month

"russian army" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg This is Bloomberg best on Bloomberg radio I'm Ed Baxter on Monday Austrian Chancellor Karl nehammer met Russian president Vladimir Putin in Moscow becoming the first European leader to meet Putin since the start of the invasion After the meeting Poland's ambassador of the U.S. Merrick ski joined Bloomberg's guy Johnson and pretty Gupta and spoke about the possibility of his country's leader meeting with Putin It is not my role as Polish ambassador to the U.S. to comment on the Austrian Chancellor's decisions to travel and march to Moscow and to talk to mister Putin I can only quote many Polish politicians political leaders who have expressed misgivings on multiple occasions about negotiating with mister Putin I can't see any diplomatic solution to this conflict of this war on the horizon And I think we could expect a military solution namely crossing the Russian army in Ukraine But of course I do keep my fingers crossed for the awesome Chancellor to gain any advantage from this kind of conversation in context with the Russian president And you mentioned military support and said I'm curious about the defense part of this equation polling last week signing a deal for the purse of 250 Abrams tanks for the United States You've also said or Poland has also said plans to increase its defense spending to 3% of its GDP next year What does the defense contracting look when it comes to the United States Can you give us a little bit more color on that Yes we have stress very clearly over the last few weeks that we need to reinforce natives defense capabilities mostly on Islam bank and the Poland has become a pivotal country in this respect And I think that everybody has already understood it We not only had specific full site in Russia's imperial ambitions over the last few decades But we also are an important element of this equation as you rightly noted We should strengthen our military capabilities We should but first of all let me tell you a pretty frankly we have a very short window of opportunity for weapons deliveries to your grant And I think that's what I said before is absolutely of utmost importance We have to help the Ukrainians not only defend themselves but also defeated the Russian army and be ongoing in disarming confrontation Now we can see that the Russian army is the grouping They are moving units to base and part of Ukraine So I believe this will be a protracted wall And we have to be determined and willing to send even more weaponry to Ukraine And ambassador is this becoming increasingly a proxy war though You are going to be seeing Ukrainian forces armed with NATO equipment It would be in some ways easy for the Russians to assume that they are fighting NATO How do we make sure that that line is maintained But they have been training and forces in NATO forces But Russian political elites have been trying to persuade the public opinion This is exactly the clash between Bosch and the free world and the west or native If you will But first and foremost we should start using the appropriate terminology Russia is no longer an important gas supplier a business partner a nuclear power to record with Russia is now in plain sight a terrorist state Ruled by a war criminal a racist portal grant with genocidal tendencies And a war criminal who is responsible for all those indescribable atrocities committed over the last four weeks on Ukraine and soil by Russian troops The massacre in butcher was not an isolated incident The shelling of the chromatography was doubtless for meditator Right and pillage are part and parcel of the Russian armies voters hop around Do we solve it in Poland during the World War II We saw it in Afghanistan and Chechnya in Syria There were disregard for human dignity is absolutely outrageous So when we talk about just particular clash there's particular confrontation which is not yet a confrontation of physical confrontation between NATO and Russia because everybody does nobody needs this kind of conflict This is something that we should also take into account Ambassador you talked about the NATO role in this equation I'm curious about something that Poland has long been in favor of setting up permanent NATO military bases on Polish soil I'm curious how confident are you that Poland will actually hit that goal as soon as the next NATO summit later in June This has been our strategy to go for decades actually since we joined NATO in 1999 We have always been stressing the necessity to locate more permanent basis and more U.S. and NATO troops on eastern fact not only in Poland in order to detail Russia's growing aggressiveness I have seen a kind of a shift in this strategic thinking on the part of some political leaders in the west We heard NATO secretary general We installed it back at the terminal joint chief of staff and this general Mark milley Staying exactly the same thing about the need to locate those permanent bases Maybe not permanent troops because they will be stationed in Poland and another country is still one of the traditional places But Herman permanent faces this is something we really need right now That's Merrick Maduro ski.

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"russian army" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:21 min | Last month

"russian army" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And spoke about the possibility of his country's leader meeting with Putin It is not my role as publish ambassador to the U.S. to comment on the Austrian Chancellor's decisions to travel and not to Moscow and to talk to mister Putin I can only quote many Polish politicians political leaders who have expressed a miscarriage on multiple occasions about negotiating with mister Putin I can't see any diplomatic solution to this conflict It is war on the horizon I think we could expect a military solution namely crossing the Russian army in Ukraine But of course I do keep my fingers crossed for the Austrian Chancellor to gain any advantage from this kind of conversation in context with the Russian president And you mentioned military support and said I'm curious about the defense part of this equation polling last week signing a deal for the first of 250 Abrams tanks for the United States You've also said or Poland has also said plans to increase its defense spending to 3% of its GDP next year What does the defense contracting look when it comes to the United States Can you give us a little bit more color on that Yes we have stress very clearly over the last few weeks that we need to reinforce natives defense capabilities mostly on Islam bank And the Poland has the gamma pivotal country in this respect when I think that everybody has already understood it We not only had specific full site in Russia's new imperial ambitions over the last few decades But we also are an important element of this equation as you rightly noted We should strengthen our military capabilities We should first of all let me tell you a pretty frankly we have a very short window of opportunity for weapons deliveries to the grant And I think that's what I said before is absolutely of utmost importance to have to help the Ukrainians not only defend themselves but also defeated a Russian army in the ongoing in dishonoring confrontation Now we can see that the Russian army is regrouping They are moving units to eastern part of Ukraine So I believe this will be a protracted wall and we have to be determined and willing to send even more weaponry to Ukraine Ambassador is this becoming increasingly a proxy war though You are going to be seeing Ukrainian forces armed with NATO equipment It would be in some ways easy for the Russians to assume that they are fighting NATO How do we make sure that that line is maintained But they have been training forces in NATO forces But Russia and political elites have been trying to persuade the public opinion This is exactly the clash between Bosch and the free world And the west for NATO If you will But first and foremost we should start using the appropriate terminology Russia is no longer an important gas supplier a business partner a nuclear power to reckon with Russia is now in plain sight a terrorist state ruled by a war criminal a racist autocrat with genocidal tendencies And a war criminal who is responsible for all those indescribable atrocities committed over the last four weeks on Ukraine and soil by Russian interest The massacre in butcher was not an isolated incident The shelling of the chromatids railway station was doubtless for meditated Our part and pulse rate of the Russian armies noticed up around We saw it in Poland during the World War II We saw it in Afghanistan and Chechnya in Syria There were disregard for human dignity is absolutely outrageous So when we talk about just particular clash this particular confrontation which is not yet a confrontation of physical confrontation between NATO and Russia because everybody does nobody needs this kind of conflict This is something that we should also take into account Ambassador you talked about the NATO role in this equation I'm curious about something that Poland has long been in favor of setting up permanent NATO military bases on Polish soil I'm curious how confident are you that Poland will actually hit that goal as soon as the next NATO summit later in June This has been all a strategic goal for decades actually since we joined native in 1999 We have always been stressing the necessity to locate more permanent basis and more U.S. and NATO troops on eastern fact not only in Poland in order to deter Russia's growing aggressiveness I have seen a kind of a shift in this strategic thinking on the part of some political leaders in the west We heard NATO secretary general we insulted back at the terminal joint chief of staff miss general Mark milley Staying exactly the same thing about the need to locate those permanent bases maybe not permanent troops because they will be stationed in another country's still on a rotational basis but Herman permanent faces this is something we really need right now That's Merrick Maduro ski Poland's ambassador.

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"russian army" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:13 min | Last month

"russian army" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Schools will not take effect until July of next year That's the latest I'm Julie Ryan Welcome back to Bloomberg opinion listeners As Russia's war in Ukraine passes its 50 day Mark I spoke with Ukrainian philosopher and chief editor of Ukraine world To consider questions of Ukrainian identity and how it's changing as Ukrainians witness atrocities unthinkable just two months ago Also the very difficult questions that will face Ukraine in a future post war period Volodymyr how do Ukrainians consider Russians these days the 144 million people not Russia the country are they aggressors victims friends and family neighbors Most Ukrainians are saying that there is a kind of wool which is very difficult to get through because it seems that a big number of Russian support this war and don't really want to hear about the suffering produced by the Russian army And this is very difficult to understand of course So the increasing adjective to Russians is anger height very often and understandably so And Putin volodymyr if he were to be removed by his own people or an outside force would Russia look different Not sure not sure it will look different obviously the problem is not only putting it himself and if there is a replacement for somebody else most probably will have the same personality or even worse personality Although it's difficult to imagine worse So Ukrainians do not have any illusion with regard to this We understand that Russia in its current form is seeing itself as a wounded empire which tries to regain what it understands its past glory and conquering Ukraine or even annihilating Ukraine Ukrainians independents And Ukrainian self consciousness is one of the key elements for restoring this empire So for us it's a real existential fight We understand that Russians want to conquer these territories and have the Ukraine without Ukrainians You wrote a thread attempting to put into words why Russians hate and dehumanize Ukrainians so much It's producing a lot of cognitive dissonance that Russia wants Ukraine to sort of come back into the cradle and at the same time there is so much hatred directed at Ukrainians I think we have to understand that Russia is not a nation It's an empire So an illusion that sometimes you see it in America in Europe is to consider Russian Federation as a kind of a nation state where for example there are Russians living with certain homogeneity ethnic cultural linguistic et cetera It's not the case especially a continental empire which conquered so many different ethnicities which has its colonies inside its body So it also considered Ukrainians and revolutions as part of this kind of imperial body And when it for example sees Ukrainians saying that now look we are not Russians We are different nations with different organizations of society culture language et cetera This produces very difficult feeling in Russia because it believes that Ukrainians and Belarusians and Russians is the same construct the same nation and every deviation from this Russian nation as they say is an example of Nazis So I think that they are lagging behind in developing their own national identity They are concept of empire means that in part doesn't have borders in pi is always expanding Ukrainians develop this idea that well this is our land We have certain borders We don't want to go any farther this borders but here inside our borders we organize our society in the way we like And we don't want to expand anywhere And so Vladimir when people talk about a Soviet identity as a Ukrainian what does that make you think Is that relevant to the current Ukraine Well in Ukraine obviously there are people who have some kind of nostalgia about Soviet Union But much less than in Russia Russia really developed a political project of coming back to this glorious Soviet past Ukrainian political imagination is not centered on the past It centered on the future For Ukrainians to pass is a very traumatic thing So basically Russian slogan was we can do it again meaning the victory in the Second World War our major slogan is never again which is kind of a slowdown and also come up with Europeans Why Russians are developing this idea of ruskin Russian world It's also an artificial construct to replace this idea of Soviet people There is a kind of artificial invention in which every particular group will be just assimilated into some kind of utopian Soviet people which is very much artificial Let's talk about NATO for a second Do Ukrainians accept that Ukraine can not be at least as the world is now part of NATO Well public opinion polls show support of NATO membership is very high It has never been as high as now over 70 80% But at the same time what is NATO NATO is a security guarantee And Ukrainians do need these because they are living with such a monster neighbor We understand that NATO is composed of many different countries and you need consensus to get Ukraine into nature Maybe it's better to have bilateral security agreements with United States with United Kingdom with Poland The second thing is that Ukrainian army can be very efficient And in a way Ukraine can turn into kind of a security provider not only security recipient For other countries So I imagine for example Ukraine in the future to be a kind of a country which will share its military and security experience with other countries of the world Maybe with NATO members Do Ukrainians understand why Vladimir Putin might feel threatened by NATO No Ukrainians don't understand it So we just look at the map of Russia and we can't understand how Russia can be encircled as they say or fear the attack of NATO or whatever But the problem of Putin is that he creates a reality which he constructs in his imagination So he's propaganda was saying that Russia is not waging war with Ukraine on Ukrainian territory.

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How Long Can Ukraine Hold off the Russian Air Force?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:51 sec | Last month

How Long Can Ukraine Hold off the Russian Air Force?

"The Wall Street Journal story on the defense of the air that the Ukrainians mounted using a plaid quilt of machines and systems. Do you think they can hold off the Russian air force and maintain at least a fight in the skies senator? I have no doubt that they can hold off the Russian air force and the Russian army if we provide them with the weapons that they need, the administration typically has been behind the power curve on this behind Congress, even behind Europe. And that's not a good place to be. They continue to worry more about providing strategic up brands or improving Ukraine's position at the negotiating table. What we should be focused on is winning and victory in Ukraine. And that means Ukraine needs the weapons to fight their own war.

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"russian army" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:42 min | Last month

"russian army" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Belarus the Kazakhstan Putin has tried and the only way he sees fit to rebuild Russia brick by brick and Ukraine is the biggest brick He believes he had to take it Russia was becoming restless descents were being arrested dissidents that is and foreigners were dismissing it Strategy and power forced him to act But the problem was that his instrument of action the Russian army was as ineffective as Russia itself This had not always been the case as brutal as military service could be there was a certain pride in it The Russian army today seems disorganized unimaginative and uninspired They deployment of force preparation of logistics and command of the battlefields on all levels simply wasn't there There was a different sort of Russian army a bureaucratized one one more afraid of the Tsar than of losing to the enemy Putin demanded a rapid defeating the enemy but to rule by strength you must see clearly and strike decisively at the center of gravity Ukraine had no center of gravity only a widely dispersed lice infant light infantry force that provided no single point to destroy although that may seem like guerrilla warfare is not And Ukraine's surprised at centimeter with resilience and unpredictability The attacker can respond with brutal attacks on the population but that leaves the Ukrainians with no choice but to fight The Russian army wasn't designed for this war hadn't planned for this war And it's only brutal counter civilian action to take and Putin will take it The problem is that Putin can not stop Nor can he reach an agreement with Ukraine that he will keep This is the key that I wanted to focus on Every deal except for surrender by the enemy is a revelation of weakness On the part of a weak country in a weak ruler the only alternatives are ineffective action because the force he sent to war was the wrong force from a country that didn't have the right one Now he can reach a genuine ceasefire but if he does he's finished Not being able to defeat the Ukrainians and held in contempt by others destroys the myth of his power Continuing the war endlessly reveals the same thing As this goes on Putin's primary task is to pretend that the defeat is not happening because anything less than victory is a defeat Every agreement must send him betrayal and as it happens with guerrillas they get stronger and longer the war drags on The crucial question is whether Russia has strategic reserves the army has been in the field for over a month And whether that's still cold at the end of a logistical line that is problematic It's been fighting a highly motivated mobile light infantry force familiar with the terrain You can not go on indefinitely Russia has to rotate its forces Strategically it must send more instead its executing a bloody withdrawal You don't fight for the same ground twice unless you have to This means that Putin's war playing a shattered the resistance has been effective in his troops need a relief he can not provide Putin will faint faint in other directions perhaps in the Baltics or Moldova But he lacks the force to fight on another front He can't sustain this war easily especially in the face of NATO soldiers who so far stayed out of the fray Even so he says I can not predict what a leader will do in the end but for now it's clear to me Putin will cling to power and blame everyone around him But every day the war goes on Putin gets weaker Ukraine should not be able to resist NATO should not be united American economic warfare should not be so powerful Putin is growing more desperate He has mumbled about nuclear weapons the sign of utmost desperation but he knows he and anyone he may love will dine a nuclear exchange Even if he's prepared to commit suicide rather than capitulate He knows that in order to launch he must go through several hands and each of those hands knows that the counter strike will kill their loved ones Therein lies the weakness of nuclear war Retaliating is one thing initiating is another Putin trusts view people and he doesn't know how reliable anyone would be in this situation Nor what the Americans might do if they saw preparation for a Russian launch It's important point Putin gives up his position he is compromised and perhaps lost The buzzards are circulating So he must continue to fight until he's forced out and someone else not responsible for the disaster it takes over and blames it all on Putin I think that this can't end until Putin is pulled from the game Hello hello That's been my point too Oh there can be some deal but Putin won't honor it Says obviously a moving here away from geopolitical analysis into the political the former tries to minimize individual influence while the latter emphasizes it That gives my forecast an inevitable imprecision by given that situation on the ground and given Russian internal dynamics It does seem that all the forces coming to baron Putin dictate a certain direction The war will end but the war is evolving in a way that creates unique pressures when the Russian political system Because of the nature of the system the pressure pivots onto Putin Now this is not the only outcome Ukraine might collapse Russia might collapse The Russian army may devise a strategy to win the war A settlement that is respected might be reach all of these are possible but I don't see much movement in any of these directions A political end is what I would bet on with the Russians taking the short end of the stick And I wouldn't have thought this one the first day of the war but I think this is likely the shape of the last day I think it's certainly possible And I don't think this can come to a real legitimate end a lasting end.

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Cully Stimson: Putin Will Forever Be Branded a War Criminal

The Dan Bongino Show

01:47 min | Last month

Cully Stimson: Putin Will Forever Be Branded a War Criminal

"What do you attribute that to I have heard of various explanations grift corruption and the Russian military people stealing equipment old equipment poor training what do you primarily attribute that to Well you know I served in the navy jag corps for 30 years and just retired this year But I was not a war fighter I was a lawyer of two war fighters but my analysis is based on listening to people who are war fighters and who I respect And I think not only the things that you mentioned are factors in it But they're just not good at combined armed operations I think that was a surprise to the season hands at The Pentagon and retired military analysts that you would think that they would have perfected coordinating air land and personnel moves in coordinated operations even through multiple entry points But they weren't And God bless the Ukrainians and their love of country and their desire to defend their country and of course we've played our part we can debate whether we played enough of a pardon providing them arms And so is NATO But they have just not Putin's folks have not lived up to what we thought was the big bad Russian army And so they were creating they're probably pointing their attentions now towards the eastern Donbass region from all written reports I don't think that means they're given up on Keith and the rest of it And of course they're clearly engaged in a war crimes by indiscriminately killing civilians targeting children women hospitals And so however this thing ends Putin and his ilk will forever be branded a war criminal And that's people can't forget that

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Ukraine calls on Chinese drone maker to stop use by Russia

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Ukraine calls on Chinese drone maker to stop use by Russia

"You cranes appealing to a Chinese maker of civilian drones to block what the Ukrainian government says is a use by the Russian army to target missile attacks the appeal to DJ I technology highlights the conflict in Ukraine for Chinese companies Beijing says Moscow is this most important strategic partner at a time when western companies have cut ties with Russia Ukrainian official says Russian forces using DJ I products in order to navigate the missiles he's appealed to DJ ought to de activate drones used in Russia Syria and Lebanon the company has responded saying it's called the activate drones but can it can impose what it calls geofencing will software restrictions one well old drones in Ukraine can fly I'm Charles to that's my

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Thomas 'Drago' Dzieran: Media Is Not Telling the Full Truth on Russia

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Thomas 'Drago' Dzieran: Media Is Not Telling the Full Truth on Russia

"Well it is an honor to have you sir Drago folks is a navy seal of former navy seal He is also unfortunately all too familiar with the horrors of communism having grown up in Poland when it was a far different place under communism it would say free country now thankfully So Drago there is no one who has more experience in things like this I know of than you I love you a perspective on what's happening in Ukraine and Russia I read some of the material you had sent over and you seem to indicate that the media reports may not be telling the entire truth about the Russians that they may be having a little bit more success Maybe I'm reading it wrong Give me your perspective on how this war is going for the Russian army at this point I just came back from Poland capitol days ago So I had the chance to speak to Ukrainian refugees ahead the chance to speak to Paul's involving the rescue and helping them And yes you are absolutely right This is the CNN the MSNBC are lying there but this is not what is going on right now And you are absolutely right that what is being portrayed as a putting failures where the heat tricks his soldiers to go and in Ukraine thinking that this is exercise I think going back to could believe in that This absolutely not true Seems to me like putting these progressing various federally into Ukraine and we are as a west do not have united front just like you know President Biden just refused to stop payments to Russia for nuclear fuel for uranium Germany are still sucking on the Russian gas pipe like President Biden's sudden on the crack pipe This is

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Caller: The Russian Army Will Collapse in 2 Weeks (at Most)

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Caller: The Russian Army Will Collapse in 2 Weeks (at Most)

"I think it's a pretty easy decision actually. I spent 25 years on active duty in the U.S. Army. I jumped out of airplanes shot things in blue things up. I still do contract Ori occasionally. So like a little bit of a new mini, but anyways, there are several generals that I think have accurately predicted. What is going to happen? My prediction is that in about a week to ten days, two weeks at the most, the Russian army will literally collapse general Ben Hodges, has his keyed in on this. So his general catalog several others because I went down some of the matrix is some of the paperwork in the training that I received at fort Bragg and everyone of the key intelligence indicators tells me that the Russian army is literally on the verge of collapsing because every day that goes by, the Russian army gets weaker than being terror gets lower. Let me ask you something. You studied this and you know your stuff. Do you know how many troops? Do you know how many troops have died in Russia so far? The estimates? The U.S. intelligence estimates are placing an I think low.

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"russian army" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:34 min | 2 months ago

"russian army" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Let's circle back to cryptocurrencies Bitcoin specifically we saw a move to the upside from negative into positive territory and now we're back down to $38,523 a tweet by Elon Musk kind of offset this latest bout of volatility he wrote that he still owns and then he won't sell his Bitcoin Ethereum or doge and for those looking for advice from this thread is generally better to own physical things like a home or stock in a company You think makes good products rather than dollars when inflation is high Let's get to Ukraine's top diplomat because there's been a pushback on president Putin's suggestion that talks between the two nations have produced what he called positive movement Bloomberg's anime horde spoke exclusively to the foreign minister dimitro kuleba There was zero progress in talks So it's hard for me to understand what kind of progress president Putin is referring to So there from where your side is saying there have been no positive movements at all Well I see that the Russian army is doing Ukraine They continue destroying the status killing the children civilians and it speaks for one fact only that even we continue talking with Russia that does not have an impact on the behavior of Russian army on the ground Are there any further plans for another meeting between yourself and foreign minister Sergei Lavrov or even president Putin and president zelensky We believe that the personal meeting between president zelensky and president Putin would be helpful We all understand that in Russia president Putin is the decision maker and you have to talk to him directly I remain available for a meeting with minister wago if he can come with substance in his hands and we can make decisions We can negotiate and make deals but the last meeting that we had we mostly spoke But he was not ready to make any decisions And if he is he changes his approach to talks I'm ready to join At the beginning president Putin has said he wanted to quote his words demilitarize Ukraine He also wanted a new government in Ukraine Did you get the sense from Sergei Lavrov that those are still Russia's lines when it comes to these negotiations Minister Lavrov mentioned the military militarization once literally once he used this world only one time in one hour and a half without going into details And he said nothing about the change of government in Ukraine In fact you know the Russian position changes all the time depending on the developments on the ground and since they are blitzkrieg or the quick war failed because of the fierce resistance of Ukrainian people of Ukraine They are adjusting their demands to the new reality But still if you put all their demands together they remind more an ultimatum of surrender of Ukraine rather than a negotiating position Your colleague chief of staff to the president told my colleague Maria tadeo that potentially or there's lots of signals that Ukraine is ready to talk about neutrality What does neutrality look like in reality Well neutrality doesn't work hand in hand with heart security guarantees for Ukraine Currently Ukraine exists in a security vacuum We are not members of NATO We do not have any bilateral security guarantee with any country of the world So the most pressing issue now is to stop the war and to provide Ukraine with necessary security guarantees like the ones the one for example that if someone attacks Ukraine then the rest of the countries have to help Ukraine repel the aggression by supplying it was weapons by fighting on its side and so forth and so on This is this issue stands at the core of the discussion while everyone tries to focus the discussion on neutrality Ukraine is actually focused on the issue of security guarantees because the existence of our country depends on whether we are able to solve this problem Foreign minister of Dimitrov could speaking to Anne Marie horde still got.

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Russian General Speaks out Against Putin

The Larry Elder Show

01:37 min | 2 months ago

Russian General Speaks out Against Putin

"Now regarding that general, his name is Leonid if Akash, he's retired, Russian, colonel general, extremely, extremely well regarded. Would have been the second highest rank in the Russian army when he retired. Even tried to run for president of Russia in 2011. He filed as a candidate and as you know, they only chose candidates if they wanted. He's criticized Putin frequently, so this is not the first time he's criticized him and somehow has survived. And he right now is alone military voice speaking out publicly against Putin's action regarding Ukraine. But it is a big, big deal. Michael mcfaul, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia tweeted, quote, this is a big deal. At one time, the general was one of the most respected and hawkish leaders in the Russian military. So this is not somebody who is a dove by any means. And he's been very critical of NATO, considers NATO to be hostile power. However, he has been blasting away at Vladimir Putin. He said the annexation of Crimea, for example, was not recognized by credible nations and that Russia is widely viewed as a rogue state because of Putin's quote criminal policy of provoking war. His solution, fire, Putin. If he can't be forced to resign, and if necessary, put him in prison for criminal policy, a provoking war close quote.

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"russian army" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:42 min | 2 months ago

"russian army" Discussed on WTOP

"The latest developments out of Ukraine that massive Russian convoy stalled outside the capital Kyiv since last week appears to have dispersed satellite imagery shows the 49 40 mile line of vehicles tanks and artillery has broken up and have been redeployed Armored units have been seen in towns near the antonov airport north of the city and other units moving into the forest This is the Russian invasion of Ukraine enters its third week Thousands of people have been killed more than 2.3 million have fled the country since troops crossed into Ukraine February 24th and circled cities have been suffering from shortages of food medicine heat and electricity thousands of trapped civilians were hoping to leave before the weekend The country's top diplomats met in turkey for the highest level talk since the invasion began but they could not find common ground Among the many battles to come is the fight over Kyiv one expert on fighting armies and cities says he's confident the Ukrainians can force the Russian army to leave to withdraw from the capital We talk about it with retired army major John Spencer he chairs urban warfare studies at the Madison policy forum One I'm an awe of their resistance up to this point from day one They've made it clear that they have the will to fight and that's the most important thing of war This is a fight for their survival They did so They're preparing for the battle to come Barricading the roads Preparing multiple cocktails Why do you believe that they can eventually defeat the Russians That is forced them to withdraw Well Russians have one goal they've had one goal since day one That's to get to the center of key Remove the political power to take zelensky and his inner circle and is still their own Despite all the commentary up to this point Ukrainians have had the advantage from day one Urban train is where armies don't want to go So one they can force the Russian military to do it Usually what we say in a regular defense maybe you need three soldiers to every defender In the urban train we say you need 5 soldiers to every defender Well how many defenders do we think are in key right now Tens of thousands Russia doesn't have what it takes to do this And more importantly why do I think they can win based on the strategy they've implemented as in Ukrainians They can buy time based on what the Russian strategy is they don't have time So every day that Ukraine doesn't lose they're winning Why is urban warfare the hardest type of fighting including snipers and the effect they can have on Russian soldiers We call urban train the great equalizer And that means military aren't designed to fight in urban warfare They're designed to fight in the open terrain and why is that No military wants to fight nerd because it takes away all their power It takes away their power to hit the enemy from far away because the urban terrain conceals and protects the defender or the people inside One in restricts the use of force even Putin is killed to the laws of war Although he's making them very questionable and hopefully he gets investigated for those But even he knows that in a populated urban chain which they're always populated there are restrictions on the use of floors He can't carpet bomb Kyiv at this moment When he gets to the tactical fight he can be turned into a meat grinder a wood chipper to where every street that the Russians try to put a force down they get annihilated by hidden snipers anti armor ambushes Soldiers popping out of the sewers on them That 18 year old conscript that's being enforced is already doesn't want to be there It's his nightmare It's everybody's nightmare It's going to go bad Anything that's visible from the sky any position any barrier weapon any civilian would carry a gun from the sky would be targeted So the easy defense of that is to conceal locations put holes in walls so you can move from building to building know the underground and be able to seek the underground for that bombing Block every entrance They need to come in from somewhere blow every bridge knock down buildings to cover walls build massive barriers and then start thinking about what roads you want to completely take away from them So you force the Russians down the roads you want And then that's the meat grinder right So that's where you put my snipers I mean just anybody shooting from a window and they won't know where Retired army major John Spencer he chairs urban warfare studies at the Madison policy forum He was on Skype previewing the battle for Kyiv We are learning that at least one tank convoy has been seriously disrupted tonight by Ukrainian forces but another may be only 9 miles away from Kyiv We're going to watch it all for you here on WTO Now 8 14 Let Meadows farms nurseries help you get a jump on spring with most madness Four bags of shredded hardwood malt for just 1555 That's four bats for 1555 and these are the big bags Three cubic feet That's four.

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Joe Biden Killed the Energy Independency of His Own Country

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden Killed the Energy Independency of His Own Country

"In the enemy He genocidal maniac who runs Russia He's doing everything he can to assassinate him And yet so far he has failed His failed were in the past he has never failed Having assassinated journalists political opponents businessmen anybody who gets in his way In the United States there's a president by the name of Biden Who will not put in place The crushing sanctions sanctions that he promised Because he specifically excludes the most important sanction of them all Sanctioning Russian energy Which would cut off Funds Billions of funds a day To the Russian economy and more specifically to the Russian army He places sanctions on his own countries energy output Making it difficult if not impossible To produce the amount of fuel that's needed for this country to function He's taken an energy independent country which after half a century has finally become energy independent Under the leadership of his predecessor Donald Trump and with the signing of a document signature on one piece of paper he's killed it

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"russian army" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 2 months ago

"russian army" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The UN secretary general has demanded that Russia remove its troops from Ukraine it Baxter's got global news He'll do any good of course is the question This after an overwhelming majority of the General Assembly back to condemnation proclamation against Russia 141 four 5 against 35 abstain Secretary general Antonio Guterres saying the world is demanding peace People in Ukraine desperately need peace And people around the world demand it And Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky Talking to Russian troops here saying Russian mothers are losing their children in an absolute foreign country for them Think about this number almost 6000 Russian soldiers were killed And the call for peace representatives from Ukraine and Russia are headed to the Belarus Poland border for a second round of talks and U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is headed to Europe tomorrow to talk with NATO allies This is a threat to stability in Europe and to the entire rules based order which has been the foundation of security and prosperity for people around the world for nearly 80 years Blinken says the U.S. will help defend NATO Pentagon spokesman John Kirby saying meanwhile the weapons used by Russia violate international law Such provocative rhetoric and possible changes to nuclear posture involving the most consequential weapons in our respective arsenals is unacceptable Yeah Russian army now saying it has lost almost 500 soldiers and nearly 1600 wounded China has announced it will hold talks with Ukraine and further edging away from Russia's actions there thus far though not framed an invasion In Hong Kong has reported out another record number of COVID cases 55,000 day to day 117 more deaths with chief executive Carrie lam acknowledging that there are not enough isolation beds for everybody infected during the citywide testing program but not confirming any details of a potential lockdown And Brian was talking about a potential China exit from zero COVID We will talk with Bloomberg Stephen engel in about ten minutes from here on Bloomberg radio In San Francisco I'm Ed Baxter this is Bloomberg Right Douglas Thank you Eddie Let's get to Dan Schwartzman as we look at global sports.

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"russian army" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:18 min | 2 months ago

"russian army" Discussed on WTOP

"For more we turn now to retired army lieutenant general Mark Hartley A national security and military analyst for CNN telling WTO P this morning he does not believe the Russian military will be able to capture Kyiv and will face he says stiff resistance from Ukrainian fighters both military and civilian Yeah I think you're going to see actually not just around keefe but also around several other cities and around the border regions You're going to see a continuous effort by Ukrainian forces to counter any Russian activity In my view there are very good fighters They have a will to fight because they have a revamped and evolved force from the first time I saw them and 2004 very different than the Russian force which I as I pointed out in some of my writings is not as good as some people make it out to be And I also think primarily they have a just cause They have a country that is behind them a country that understands freedom and they have the desire to fight for it President zelensky is increasingly appearing like an extremely inspirational president a wartime president And both when you're a military force and you have the support of the government and the support of the population and a cause that you're feeling is right and that you want to fight for It's very difficult to dislodge those kind of feelings from an organization like a Ukrainian army We are keeping in touch with an older gentleman a retired journalist who is in Kyiv now fighting for his ancestral homeland He says he has no military experience but went to a police station and was handed an AK-74 rifle What do you make of that tactic to arm people that perhaps have never fired a gun in their lives It's sort of like the movie red dawn isn't it when government officials are handing out AK-47s or other type of weapons to civilians and saying make your own molotov cocktails how ironic is that in a fight against Russia It tells me that when people are stepping up and saying that they will do those things that there is a common cause amongst the population President zelensky asked people from the ages of 18 to 60 to be prepared to fight for the country and surprisingly they're doing just that So I think that speaks volumes about the potential for at least either an insurgency or a guerrilla war against any kind of attempted occupation by an illegal group of Russians by the direction of president Putin You know I spent a good part of my career in Europe in my last couple of tours I worked with Ukrainian army and also saw demonstrations conduct an exercises conducted by the Russian army We've got to stop believing that the Russian army is ten feet tall I've heard many journalists say what a first rate military they are They're not We have seen that multiple times in the way they act in combat and in peacetime And I just believe that the Ukrainian army has evolved over the last two decades to be a very patriotic and terrific.

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Russian Army Failed to Deliver Key Military Goals

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Russian Army Failed to Deliver Key Military Goals

"The biggest development this morning is probably the report from the UK's defense minister, defense secretary Ben Wallace, who reported today that, according to their verified intelligence on the ground, excuse me, that the Russian military did not achieve any of its military objectives on day one of the Ukrainian invasion. They've taken some significant hits. I don't know if you can call them significant losses. They've lost dozens of armored vehicles, some tanks, there's no word yet on personnel casualties, but there have been estimates that it's been running in the 300s or above, this is an invasion force that is meeting a very determined defense.

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Sen. Cotton: More Americans Will Support Aggression Against Putin

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Cotton: More Americans Will Support Aggression Against Putin

"Senator I'm looking at what's going on here The Russians rolling through Ukraine Ukrainians putting up a spirited defense and fight they are out armed Every step of the way partly due to us because we wouldn't give them the weaponry they needed to bog down the earth to Russian army But all that said are you concerned about the appeasement wing or the it's almost they claim to be American first but it seems like the America last wing that you hear in the media that you see in the Democrat party that you see in the Republican Party I mean there's a lot of unity against Putin I got that But there are these elements It's really kind of shocking to me Well Mark thanks for having me on in this grave hour It's a constant throughout American history Really throughout human history that some want to stick their head in the sand or look the other way when you have aggressive brutal dictators like Vladimir Putin who launch naked wars of aggression or in this case also threaten and telegraph that naked war of aggression for four months Many people start seeing in different tune once the bullets fly and we've seen some of that in the last 24 hours I will say this though Mark the Congress session This week I've spoken with loss of our cans and even those are kansans who don't follow international politics that much who don't know much about Ukraine A very strong visceral reaction to this kind of unprovoked aggression by a larger country against a smaller country on its border And I think that we'll see in the days and the weeks ahead that the American people strongly support a aggressive response more aggressive the Biden administration has announced thus far to stand up to Vladimir Putin and to protect America's interests

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Rep. Mike Waltz Shares His Concerns Over Ukraine and Biden

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Mike Waltz Shares His Concerns Over Ukraine and Biden

"What concerns you right now with what you're getting and what you're seeing out of the Biden? Yeah, so I just went out to Ukraine about a month ago and bipartisan congressional delegation and the frustration amongst the Ukrainians amongst our trainers. We actually have Florida National Guard and some special operations forces there doing some training, small numbers. And in the embassy itself, the frustration with a Biden administration, the indecision, the inaction, how slowly they were moving with the Ukrainians requests. And the whole tone and tenor coming from The White House was, we don't want to do anything to provoke Putin. We don't want to we want to instigate that Ukrainians were asking for stingers for surface air missiles for anti ship missiles. And I want to be clear to everybody listening, the Ukrainians are ready to do the fighting. Nobody's advocating for divisions of U.S. boots on the ground. The Ukrainians are ready to do the fighting, but they're asking for help against this monster Russian army coming over the horizon atom. And once again, you've got a concessions first, you know, America last kind of policy coming from, you know, don't shake the boat and if we're just nice enough to our adversaries, they'll be nice back. Well, you and I know that's exactly what provokes dictators. And when they smell that weakness, they smell opportunity. So it's no surprise that Putin is doing this now. He got away with it under the Obama administration. He thinks he can get away with it again. And why should Americans care? Well, Putin is marching towards recreating and reimagining the old Soviet Union to challenge the United States on the global stage side by side with China

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"russian army" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:17 min | 3 months ago

"russian army" Discussed on AP News

"Encouraging residents of rebel controlled areas of Ukraine who hold Russian passports to join the Russian army Russia has granted passports to more than half a million people in the territories while massing an estimated 100,000 troops near Ukraine's borders Meanwhile Moscow is relocating naval exercises that had been scheduled off the coast of Ireland in the coming week This after Dublin raised concerns they were to be held in international waters but within Ireland exclusive economic zone And finally there's exciting news for someone in Southern California The California state lottery says a single ticket sold at a Chevron gas station in the Woodland hills section of Los Angeles matched all 6 numbers in the mega millions drawing Friday night The jackpot $426 million I'm Ben Thomas ap news The Supreme Court has issued a ruling on a Texas abortion law that is sure to continue the legal battle A near ban on abortions in Texas will remain in effect after the Supreme Court ruled Friday that abortion providers will be allowed to sue the state over a law that makes abortion illegal after cardiac activity is detected That's around 6 weeks before many women know they're pregnant Researchers at the University of Texas have found that the number of abortion statewide fell by 50% compared with September of 2020 the AP has reported that Texas women seeking to end pregnancy have been seeking plan B medication in Mexico or turning to clinics in far flung states because those nearby can't keep up with the increase in demand The Texas law was designed to put obstacles in the way of legal challenges and so far that strategy has worked The case is almost certain to return to the Supreme Court after review by the 5th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals which has twice voted to allow enforcement The court's conservative majority also seems likely to roll back abortion rights in a Mississippi case that was argued last week although that decision is not expected until the spring Jennifer King Washington You could find yourself stuck on a snowy highway this winter or have your travel plans delay because of a shortage of snow plow drivers And that could be a problem from the east coast to the west as winter storms start dumping snow today From Pennsylvania to Washington state they're having trouble finding snow plow drivers The jobs are comparatively low paying They often involve working odd hours and dangerous conditions and they require a commercial driver's license An industry official says states will be shifting resources where they can and trying to make sure that roads are clear during peak driving times While they try to convince potential drivers that as he puts it jumping in a plow in the middle of the night at Christmas time is a good career choice I'm Rita foley The new German Chancellor olef Schultz is holding talks with Europe leaders and senior officials on issues including Eastern Europe tensions Schulz has met with French president Emmanuel Macron as both nations are making efforts towards the deescalation of tensions between Russia and Ukraine the leaders spoke during Schultz's first visit abroad after his coalition government was sworn in earlier in the week the German Chancellor is next in Brussels to meet with European Union and NATO officials Schultz says we all view the situation on the Ukraine border with concern The talks come as president Joe Biden this week moved to take a more direct role in diplomacy between Ukraine and Russia I'm Charles De Ledesma.

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"russian army" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:16 min | 3 months ago

"russian army" Discussed on AP News

"Encouraging residents of rebel controlled areas of Ukraine who hold Russian passports to join the Russian army Russia has granted passports to more than half a million people in the territories while massing an estimated 100,000 troops near Ukraine's borders Meanwhile Moscow is relocating naval exercises that had been scheduled off the coast of Ireland in the coming week This after Dublin raised concerns they were to be held in international waters but within Ireland's exclusive economic zone And finally there's exciting news for someone in Southern California The California state lottery says a single ticket sold at a Chevron gas station in the Woodland hills section of Los Angeles matched all 6 numbers in the mega millions drawing Friday night The jackpot $426 million I'm Ben Thomas AP news The Supreme Court has issued a ruling on a Texas abortion law that is sure to continue the legal battle A near ban on abortions in Texas will remain in effect after the Supreme Court ruled Friday that abortion providers will be allowed to sue the state over a law that makes abortion illegal after cardiac activity is detected That's around 6 weeks before many women know they're pregnant Researchers at the University of Texas have found that the number of abortion state wide fell by 50% compared with September of 2020 the AP has reported that Texas women seeking to end pregnancy have been seeking plan B medication in Mexico or turning to clinics in far flung states because those nearby can't keep up with the increase in demand The Texas law was designed to put obstacles in the way of legal challenges and so far that strategy has worked The case is almost certain to return to the Supreme Court after review by the 5th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals which has twice voted to allow enforcement The court's conservative majority also seems likely to roll back abortion rights in a Mississippi case that was argued last week although that decision is not expected until the spring Jennifer King Washington You could find yourself stuck on a snowy highway this winter or have your travel plans delay because of a shortage of snow plow drivers And that could be a problem from the east coast to the west as winter storms start dumping snow today From Pennsylvania to Washington state they're having trouble finding snow plow drivers The jobs are comparatively low paying They often involve working odd hours and dangerous conditions and they require a commercial driver's license An industry official says states will be shifting resources where they can and trying to make sure that roads are clear during peak driving times While they try to convince potential drivers that as he puts it jumping in a plow in the middle of the night at Christmas time is a good career choice I'm Rita foley The new German Chancellor olef Schultz is holding talks with Europe leaders and senior officials on issues including Eastern Europe tensions Schulz has met with French president Emmanuel Macron as both nations are making efforts towards the deescalation of tensions between Russia and Ukraine the leaders spoke during Schultz's first visit abroad after his coalition government was sworn in earlier in the week the German Chancellor is next in Brussels to meet with European Union and NATO officials Schultz says we all view the situation on the Ukraine border with concern The talks come as president Joe Biden this week moved to take a more direct role in diplomacy between Ukraine and Russia I'm.

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"russian army" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:14 min | 3 months ago

"russian army" Discussed on AP News

"Encouraging residents of rebel controlled areas of Ukraine who hold Russian passports to join the Russian army Russia has granted passports to more than half a million people in the territories while massing an estimated 100,000 troops near Ukraine's borders Meanwhile Moscow is relocating naval exercises that had been scheduled off the coast of Ireland in the coming week This after Dublin raised concerns they were to be held in international waters but within Ireland's exclusive economic zone And finally there's exciting news for someone in Southern California The California state lottery says a single ticket sold at a Chevron gas station in the Woodland hills section of Los Angeles matched all 6 numbers in the mega millions drawing Friday night The jackpot $426 million I'm Ben Thomas AP news The Supreme Court has issued a ruling on a Texas abortion law that is sure to continue the legal battle A near ban on abortions in Texas will remain in effect after the Supreme Court ruled Friday that abortion providers will be allowed to sue the state over a law that makes abortion illegal after cardiac activity is detected That's around 6 weeks before many women know they're pregnant Researchers at the University of Texas have found that the number of abortion statewide fell by 50% compared with September of 2020 the AP has reported that Texas women seeking to end pregnancy have been seeking plan B medication in Mexico or turning to clinics in far flung states because those nearby can't keep up with the increase in demand The Texas law was designed to put obstacles in the way of legal challenges and so far that strategy has worked The case is almost certain to return to the Supreme Court after review by the 5th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals which has twice voted to allow enforcement The court's conservative majority also seems likely to roll back abortion rights in a Mississippi case that was argued last week although that decision is not expected until the spring Jennifer King Washington You could find yourself stuck on a snowy highway this winter or have your travel plans delayed because of a shortage of snow plow drivers And that could be a problem from the east coast to the west as winter storms start dumping snow today From Pennsylvania to Washington state they're having trouble finding snow plow drivers The jobs are comparatively low paying They often involve working odd hours and dangerous conditions and they require a commercial driver's license An industry official says states will be shifting resources where they can and trying to make sure that roads are clear during peak driving times While they try to convince potential drivers that as he puts it jumping in a plow in the middle of the night at Christmas time is a good career choice I'm Rita foley The new German Chancellor olef Schultz is holding talks with Europe leaders and senior officials on issues including Eastern Europe tensions Schulz has met with French president Emmanuel Macron as both nations are making efforts towards the deescalation of tensions between Russia and Ukraine the leaders spoke during Schultz's first visit abroad after his coalition government was swollen earlier in the week the German Chancellor is next in Brussels to meet with European Union and NATO officials Schultz says we all view the situation on the Ukraine border with concern The talks come as president Joe Biden this week moved to take a more direct role in diplomacy between.

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Ukrainian rebel region residents can join Russian military

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Ukrainian rebel region residents can join Russian military

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The February Revolution in Russia

Revolutions

02:21 min | 9 months ago

The February Revolution in Russia

"The entrance of a bunch of socialist into the ministry and the endorsement of the coalition government by the soviet seemed to signal that the fragile period of dual power was drawing to a close the liberal and socialist wings of the revolution appeared to be combining under the banner of revolutionary unity. The man who most personally exemplified this new spirit of unity was alexander kerensky who had carved out a space for himself in both camps and was now serving as minister of war in the spring of nineteen seventeen. He was probably the single most energetically influential leader in russia. Today he will embark on an audacious plan he believes will permanently solidify. The gains of february rallied. The empire back to patriotic health and launch a new russia portugal aureus future in the spring of nineteen seventeen. The russian army would launch a major offensive to prove to themselves and to the world the revolution had not weakened russia but instead infused her with a mighty power as kerensky took over as minister of war in the first week of may nineteen seventeen the long and frozen winter approached the spring thaw and the question of how the february revolution would impact the war. Now had to be answered as we discussed last week now ex foreign minister pavel melia cough. Believe most of the anti czarist revolutionary energy that had been building since nineteen fifteen was driven by the catastrophic mismanagement of the war. And though melia cough let this analysis take him to the unsupported conclusion that there was nothing wrong with the composition of the army or the objectives of the war. Just its management. He was far from the only one who believed better run. War was meant to be one of the principal. results of the revolution. Kerensky himself was committed to the same idea but he believed the revolution would do far more than just shuffled around a few ministers and generals in kerensky view. The revolution had changed the very nature of the russian military. Infusing it with the new patriotic and democratic spirit that would propel it to glorious victory. Victory not on behalf of mir imperialist greed or territorial ambition but in the name of global freedom and global peace

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Putin Is Using Radical Liberals to Advance Russian Propaganda

The Dan Bongino Show

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Putin Is Using Radical Liberals to Advance Russian Propaganda

"Understands that the only way to destroy the United States is not militarily the Russian army would stand no chance against us. He understands. The only way to do it is to get dopey, useful idiots within the United States. Typically, liberals and radical liberals to emulate their tactics and Advanced Russian propaganda another propaganda in the United States to get the United States to eat itself alive from within. He's doing it right now. We're pulling the audio right now. Where Vladimir Putin l am Sorry, incredibly. Shockingly is up there, citing the American street chaos from BLM as one of the reasons he does what he does. You believe this?

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"russian army" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"russian army" Discussed on WJR 760

"This is democracy all the marching across France we call him food for the last several months of this campaign they're not the **** army marching across France more like the Russian army they did a lot of March in the winter I like the Russian army that's more is that's the way he goes the Russian art the Soviet army to be more specific that would have offended let's take a call Mister producer let's see who we we have Barbara buffalo New York Sirius satellite Harry Barbara I'm fine mark thanks for taking my call you got one of I wanted to weigh in on the whole Chuck Schumer issue and it it it is actually shaken me I mean I feel I feel almost as threatened as the Supreme Court justices do just from the standpoint that I'm never in my life heard an elected official issue such a trap and I feel that were also mom owner of well if you can threaten the cream court justices so blatantly what what what hope is there for us what's going to be done about that's the frustrating part I sent here to live listening to your show and we're all outraged what what and can we possibly do not leave we can't do anything there are there are institutions with the rules and I want to know what they're gonna do about you and I can't do anything you know sitting at home sitting in a studio whatever we can't return to Washington DC and and resolve this the Senate has ethics rules the American Bar Association has ethics rules the criminal code prohibits the threatening of a federal judge in the obviously the Chief Justice the United States believe this was a threat and believed it was dangerous so what are you gonna do about that's three different institutions what is McConnell going to do is the head of the Senate what is the American Bar Association honored with the New York Bar Association and what will our criminal justice system to all of them have a role to play here and just because it's Chuck Schumer just because he's the Democrat leader just because he threw his mouthpiece is trying to spin his way out of this and is really double down on his attack on Roberts here the fact is that Schumer threatened our Supreme Court any threatened threatened directly by name not criticized two justices and warned them warn them that they better not issue an opinion he disagrees with in the Louisiana case I mean I I've never seen anything like this ever I agree it's sickening it's absolutely sickening well there you have a buffalo.

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Sofya Kovalevskaya: The First Major Russian Female Mathematician

This Day in History Class

03:28 min | 2 years ago

Sofya Kovalevskaya: The First Major Russian Female Mathematician

"Was the first woman to get a modern doctorate in mathematics. She was the second of three children an born into a family of wealthy Russian aristocrats. Her father was in artillery general in the Russian army so the family had to move a lot when she was young but when she was around six years old. The family settled at an estate near Russia's border with Lithuania. They're Kovalskaya learned under her English. Governess an Polish tutor. She was good at an enjoyed writing. And even though too much intellectual stimulation it was deemed unhealthy for girls. At the time she read. Ed Books that were in her family's library in fact she said that her father had a quote strong prejudice against learned women and when she was caught with books exc. He punished her still. She continued her studies in though she wasn't the best at math. Initially Sophia had a lot of scholars and mathematicians in her family lineage. By the time she was fifteen she had garnered more interest and proficiency in mathematics. She began taking lessons from a mathematician at the enable school in Saint Petersburg but even though she clearly had a talent for mathematics she could not continue her education in Russia since women were not allowed to attend in higher education institutions. Sophia was able to attend lectures by academics. But she wanted to go to school abroad something. Her father did not support but she needed to get permission to study abroad from her father or a husband so she decided to pursue her goal by getting married to a man named Vladimir Sciutto a paleontology student at the University of Moscow. The agreement was that the marriage was a platonic one. They married in eighteen sixty eight in the next year. They moved to Heidelberg Germany. There Vladimir studied geology in Sofia took math classes at the university her professors had been students of the mathematician. Carl T. Buyer Strauss. So Sophia traveled to Berlin to study with him herself. Her husband stayed behind the university. versity their forbade women from attending fire stresses former lectures but vire Strauss agreed to teach her privately and he did so for the next few years. Kovalevsky ended up writing three doctoral dissertations Envir- stress submitted her work to the University of getting the dissertation on the theory theory of partial differential equations which expanded on ideas I posed by mathematician Augustin. Louis who she is considered the most important of the dissertations so she got her doctorate degree in eighteen seventy four but she still had trouble getting a teaching position so she went back to Russia to live with her husband. They had a child in for a while. They put aside their academic work but Vladimir died by suicide. Eighteen eighty three and soon Kovalevsky began Dan working as a lecturer in mathematics in Stockholm. She taught about inverse functions elliptical integral 's billion functions and. She also wrote more papers. Some of which won her awards she earned a lifetime professorship at the University of stock home and she was the first female mathematician to hold a chair the European university and her later years Kovalevsky pursued a career in writing authoring a play novels. She died of the flu complicated. Okay bye-bye Monja in one thousand nine hundred one.

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Mueller adds new charges for Paul Manafort and his longtime Russian associate.

Red Eye Radio

00:47 sec | 4 years ago

Mueller adds new charges for Paul Manafort and his longtime Russian associate.

"Who might be opposed any change in the status quo more criminal charges have now been filed against president trump's former campaign chairman former trump campaign chairman paul manafort is now charged with obstruction of justice and conspiracy to obstruct justice stemming from his alleged attempt to contact to government witnesses to keep them from testifying truthfully the superseding indictment handed up by a federal grand jury also charges constantine kalinic with the same crimes kalinic served as manafort's liaison overseas and has been called a former russian army trained linguists abc's aaron katersky late friday manafort's attorneys said the special counsel proof is virtually nonexistent warriors fans are celebrating golden state's second straight nba championship after their team the cleveland one away to eighty five to finish a fourgame sweep it is.

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Putin denies Russia responsible for MH17 downing

Global News Podcast

02:03 min | 4 years ago

Putin denies Russia responsible for MH17 downing

"Gatien dozens have come forward publicly to accuse him of sexual assault some even including rape and the states back over four years fieger outside that police station and later harvey weinstein left the police station in handcuffs flanked by two police officers on his way to court the netherlands and australia have announced that they are formally holding russia responsible for its role in shooting down the malaysia airlines flight m h seventeen over ukraine in july twenty fourteen all two hundred ninety eight people on board the plane were killed on thursday the dutch lead investigation team named the russian army unit that supplied the missile russia has denied involvement today the dutch foreign minister steph block had this to say initial if your conclusions which could joint investigation team to council of ministers discussed to findings of the joint investigation presented yesterday and made an important decision the netherlands hold russia legally responsible for the downing of flight i made seventeen this is a joint decision might dunedin's and ustralia country which is like us many victims on boards made seventeen our governments of informed russia of our decision by a diplomatic channels well to the bbc's anna hologhan in the netherlands so eight very significant announcement nearly four years after the crash usually significant but to be honest they didn't really have much choice off to the dumbing conclusions published yesterday by the joint investigation teams that you heard there steph block saying that disaster caused irreparable suffering an based on those conclusions that we heard yesterday that the missile was supplied from russia it was a a missile rocket that had been made in moscow in nineteen eightysix they have the markings they have the social media material and they believe beyond any doubt that this had been fired by the fifty third brigade.

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