17 Burst results for "Vladimir Zelensky"

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"President Biden hosted Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky at the White House today, saying that the United States is determined to be a more reliable ally of its friends around the world. Political analyst, Petro Bartkowski says there was a reason President Biden did not discuss the possibility of Nate of Ukraine joining NATO administration avoid it. What it's the clear mentioning that it supports Membership, actually giving membership action plan to Ukraine and that it supports Ukraine joining NATO and I think it was done in purpose in order note not to increase not to provoke Kremlin. The president didn't mention Afghanistan and his brief appearance with the landscape before the media. He highlighted his concerns about Russian aggression in the region and tried to reassure the Ukrainian president that his administration remains squarely behind the eastern European nation. News and analysis at town hall dot com. I'm Keith Peters in Washington Talk radio 6 80 Wcbm. There's a major change in television programming in China. That's been announced. Television regulators here have announced a major overhaul, which they're touting as providing political and spiritual guidance for audiences. Mass voting for reality television shows will not be allowed. Apart from by live audiences. Popular boot camp style programs training young people to become stars of the future have also been stopped. On the other hand, programs have been encouraged to make shows which promote traditional Chinese culture as well as advanced socialist culture. The stated goal of strengthening the country's cultural self confidence. BBC correspondent Steve McDonald reporting from Beijing. Electric cars are being put on the market. So why not boats? Electric boats are now faster? Have smaller batteries with longer ranges and are still zero emission. More on these stories. That town hall dot com I'm Keith Peters in Washington.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"President Biden hosted Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky at the White House today, saying that the United States is determined to be a more reliable ally of its friends around the world. Political analyst, Petro Bartkowski says there was a reason President Biden did not discuss the possibility of Ukraine joining NATO. The bite an administration avoided what it's a clear mentioning that it supports Membership during membership action plan to Ukraine and that it supports Ukraine joining NATO and I think it was done in purpose in order not to Increase, not broke Kremlin. The president didn't mention Afghanistan and his brief appearance with Zelinsky before the media. But he highlighted his concerns about Russian aggression in the region and trying to reassure the Ukrainian president that his administration remains squarely behind the eastern European nation. News and analysis at town hall dot com. I'm Keith Peters. There is a major change in television programming in China that has been announced. Television regulators here have announced a major overhaul, which they're touting as providing political and spiritual guidance for audiences. Mass voting for reality television shows will not be allowed apart from by live audiences, popular boot camp style programs. Training young people to become stars of the future have also been stopped. On the other hand, programs have been encouraged to make shows which promote traditional Chinese culture as well as advanced socialist culture. The stated goal of strengthening the country's cultural self confidence. BBC correspondent Steve McDonald reporting from Beijing Electric cars are being put on the market, so why not boats?.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:07 min | 2 weeks ago

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WBUR

"And President Biden has described that as unconstitutional. Meanwhile, state of emergency has been declared in New York City in the neighboring state of New Jersey as flash floods caused by torrential rain inundate parts of America's northeast coast. Let's head now to our next story because Ukraine's leader followed my Zelensky has had his first face to face talks with President Biden last night in the White Test on the agenda was Kiev's relationship with Moscow, which has been sad by the annexation of Crimea seven years ago. Also the Russian backed separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine. Joe Biden has voiced his support for the territorial integrity of the country and its euro Atlantic integration. Our correspondent in Kiev. Jonah Fisher, join says now an extremely important meeting. How will Ukrainians look at this? Will they be happy with what's come out of it? I think they will be happy down to the simple fact that this meeting took place. This is the first time in four years that the Ukrainian president has sat alongside an American presidents in the White House and that image of seeing their man, uh, sit sitting alongside Joe Biden is a powerful Picture of support, and I think that's the main thing that we Ukrainians will take away from from this as a reaffirmation. If you like of America's support for Ukraine, in terms of what came out of it in terms of agreements well, we've heard many of those words before in terms of support for Ukraine's territorial integrity in the face of Russian aggression and also some pretty Open ended commitment Shall we say to Ukraine's much stated desires to move closer to membership of the European Union and also to get closer to NATO? General reaffirmation of US support for Ukraine, but was this as much about sending a signal to Russia? Well, it does send a signal to Russia and the the fact that that President Zelensky was there. I think that there is no doubt that what's been happening in Afghanistan over the last few weeks with the American withdrawal has caused some Ukrainians to reflect on their alliance with the United States. The U. S is Ukraine's most important international ally in particular in relation to to Russia and the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine. And I think there are those here who are wondering just how much they can depend on on the United States going forward. If the U. S is indeed going down, more isolationist foreign policy route. How far can they depend on America's support? If Russia did is escalate the fighting in eastern Ukraine, or indeed attempt to take more Ukrainian territory at the moment, there's quite a lot of American military support. In the form of equipment to arm the Ukrainian army. I think the doubts here on now, just how how strong have robust the Americans would be if things were to get much worse for Ukraine. And what about Kiev's aspirations to join NATO did they figured we know in these conversations? How close those aspirations to becoming reality? They did figure in the conversation. Vladimir Zelensky, Ukraine's president spoke about, um, that desire in his opening comments, which were on camera. I think the long and short of it is that the NATO ambition particularly is quite a long way off. NATO is at its heart of security alliance in which the various countries who are members of it, promise that effectively that if one of them is attacked, that everyone will come to their defense, given Ukraine's security situation at the moment, which is effectively that it's fighting a proxy war in eastern Ukraine, with Russian backed Forces and that Russia has taken over upon a piece of territory Crimea that most of the world thinks belongs to Ukraine..

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The overwhelming majority around or not? I'm not confident with precision to be able to give you a set number, but I am confident But the prime minister is right that we've got the overwhelming number out off. What our focus on is now is hard. Given the facts on the ground. We get as many people to safety in a structured way and in a way that doesn't put them in the British Foreign secretary Dominic Raab before the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee in London. The British home office today, announcing that Afghan refugees who worked for the United Kingdom, military and government can permanently stay in the country. In all 14,000 people were evacuated from Afghanistan by Britain with 8000 Afghan citizens eligible through the United Kingdom's Afghan relocation and assistance policy scheme. Back here in the United States and President Joe Biden meeting in the White House Oval Office with the president of Ukraine, Vladimir Zelensky, US, promising up to $60 million in military aid to Ukraine to counter Russia's activity along their shared border. Crane in the United States have similar value system and strong commitment to the film's fulfillment of a promise that we hope all will come forward. And that is a Europe whole free and at peace. Very nicely. Sporting stock in America my experience in last year, of course in your pocket, then you go happening. You're not sure you should drop chilly smile..

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Going on in the United States. If I sound excited, because I'm excited if everything sucks then you and I are going to sit here and we're going to have fun throughout it all okay? And if Democrats are tearing each other apart and knifing each other in the back as the world burns You and I are going to be bad enough to take pleasure in it. That's who we are. But Jesse Kelly show weekday evening 6 to 9 on the Patriot am 11 50. You're less apple and a wiki Where am 11 50. Fox News. I'm Rich Denison, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are urging Americans to keep coronavirus in mind when planning for the upcoming Labor Day weekend recommending fully vaccinated people wear masks while traveling. If you are unvaccinated, we would recommend not traveling. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says. The guidance is based on the current rise in coronavirus cases. And the highly transmissible Delta variant the U. S. Has now recorded nearly 640,000 deaths from Covid 19 President Biden hosted Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky at the White House today, expressing support for Ukraine to govern itself while dealing with Russian aggression and and our support for Ukraine's Euro Atlantic aspirations. President Zelinski is also seeking support from the U. S. As Ukraine seeks membership in NATO America's listening to Fox News Go early, staying late.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 2 weeks ago

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Today at the White House. There was a meeting in the Oval Office that has been two years in the making. It started with a phone call July 2019. My call was perfect. The president yesterday of Ukraine said there was no pressure put on him whatsoever. None whatsoever. Then newly elected Ukrainian president balloon Vladimir Zelensky was on the line with then President Donald Trump trying to secure a White House meeting. Trump used the conversation to press for dirt on a political opponent. He did not get what he wanted. He got impeached instead, so Alinsky didn't get what he wanted, either. At least not until today when he met with that political opponent, Joe Biden. NPR's Scott Detroit joins us now from the White House. Hey, Scott. Good afternoon. I'm trying to decide where to start and talk about a meeting with a whole lot of baggage. I mean, it's hard to remember given the pace of news in the past years, including an entirely separate impeachment, but Zelinsky just to refresh everyone. Had desperately wanted to meet face to face with President Trump and according to the transcript of that key July, 2019 called Trump dangled the possibility of that meeting and also a bit more vaguely US military support for Ukraine on the condition. That's Alinsky helped him dig up dirt on Hunter Biden, who had been a member of a board of Ukrainian energy company Zelinsky refused. Of course, Trump was impeached. As you said he was acquitted a lot of history. To be clear, though the White House had zero interest in addressing that history today, I tried to ask press Secretary Jen Psaki about it during today's briefing. The events.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:49 min | 2 weeks ago

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noel King and me. Martinez Ukraine's President, Vladimir Zelensky, is in Washington for his first meeting with President Biden this Wednesday. As NPR's Charles Maynes reports from Moscow. The embattled Ukrainian leader is hoping to keep the U. S focused on his country's confrontation with Russia. Ukrainian leader Vladimir Zelensky is path to the presidency would seem odd in most countries, except maybe the U. S. Was an actor who became famous for playing a Ukrainian president on T V. Zelinsky one, the real thing in a landslide in 2019. His victory drew comparisons to and later in infamous phone call from reality TV star turned President Donald Trump. With Zelinsky even joking about the matter during their loan meeting on the sidelines of the U N later that year. It's better to be on TV than by phone. Yeah, but President Biden is no stranger to the messy world of Ukrainian politics, either. In the Obama years, then Vice President Biden oversaw U. S policy in Ukraine. Even making an appearance before the parliament Doctor Hamish a list of the Foreign Policy Council. Ukrainian prison, says that with that experience comes a deep understanding of the view from Kiev. Honestly, the only expectations we had were that he knows the topic. He doesn't need a long preparation or explanations. That is good, so it saved us a lot of time to talk about issues like Nord Stream two. Nearly completed pipeline project that bypasses Ukraine to provide Russian gas direct to Germany. Biden overturn Trump era objections to the deal in a bid to rebuild frayed relations with Berlin. But despite assurances from the U. S and Germany that Russia would face sanctions should it abuse the agreement. So lambskin says Europe is placing itself at the mercy of Moscow. We regard this project solely through the prism of security, we consider a dangerous geopolitical weapon of the Kremlin. Been seven years since Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine and launched a proxy war in the country's east. That's killed some 14,000 people. So Lansky wants Ukraine to join NATO, though some in the West argued that would only provoke further Russian aggression. Biden has played cool on the idea, providing Ukraine some U. S military training and weaponry. While urging Kiev to make further democratic reforms. The fact is, they still have to clean up corruption. The fact is, they have to meet other criteria to get into the action plan, and so it's you know, school's out on that question. In a recent interview with the Russian newspaper, the secretary of Russia's Security Council, Nikolai Partnership, argued that in the wake of the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan America's abandonment of Ukraine was just a matter of time. It's a concern some in Kiev have as well. Afghanistan little status. Analyst Vladimir Fursenko says Recent events in Afghanistan show Ukrainians that US partnerships aren't always made to last. But he also sees a key difference. Unlike the Afghan National Army, Fursenko says Ukrainians have put up a fierce defense of their sovereignty, realistic realists. We don't expect the U. S to fight for us, he says. Even if we join NATO. Many in Moscow field. It was a massive military build up by Russian forces along Ukraine's border last spring. That led to Biden calling for a June summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin film yet natural, and after the talks, Putin suggested he and Biden had come to an understanding of each side's red lines. Defining them may prove a new and perhaps crucial test of Biden's support for Ukraine as he attempts to put the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan behind him and show US alliances still means something to both friends and adversaries alike. Charles Maynes. NPR NEWS Moscow.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:34 min | 3 weeks ago

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KQED Radio

"C three AI This is Enterprise Ai. It's morning edition from NPR News under Will King and Martinez. Ukraine's President Vladimir Zelensky, is in Washington for his first meeting with President Biden this Wednesday As NPR's Charles Maynes reports from Moscow. The embattled Ukrainian leader is hoping to keep the U. S focused on his country's confrontation with Russia. Ukrainian leader Vladimir Zelensky is path to the presidency would seem odd in most countries, except maybe the U. S. Because the respect an actor who became famous for playing a Ukrainian president on T V. Zelinsky one. The real thing in a landslide in 2019 in his victory drew comparisons to and later in infamous phone call from reality TV star turned President Donald Trump. With Zelinsky even joking about the matter during their loan meeting on the sidelines of the U N later that year. It's better to be on TV, then by home. Yeah, but President Biden is no stranger to the messy world of Ukrainian politics, either. In the Obama years, then Vice President Biden oversaw U. S policy in Ukraine. Even making an appearance before the parliament Doctor Hamish a list of the Foreign Policy Council. Ukrainian prison, says that with that experience comes a deep understanding of the view from Kiev. Honestly, the only expectations we had were that he knows the topic. He doesn't need a long preparation or explanations. That is good, so it saved us a lot of time to talk about issues like Nord Stream two. Nearly completed pipeline project that bypasses Ukraine to provide Russian gas direct to Germany. Biden overturn Trump era objections to the deal in a bid to rebuild frayed relations with Berlin. But despite assurances from the U. S and Germany that Russia would face sanctions should it abuse the agreement, The lambskin says Europe is placing itself at the mercy of Moscow secret. We regard this project solely through the prism of security. We consider it a dangerous geopolitical weapon of the Kremlin. It's been seven years since Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine and launched a proxy war in the country's east That's killed some 14,000 people. Zelinsky wants Ukraine to join NATO, though some in the West argued that would only provoke further Russian aggression. Biden has played cool on the idea, providing Ukraine some U. S military training and weaponry while urging Kiev to make further democratic reforms. The fact is, they still have to clean up corruption. The fact is that to meet other criteria to get into the action plan And so it's you know, school's out on that question. In a recent interview with the Russian newspaper, the secretary of Russia's Security Council, Nikolai Partnership, argued that in the wake of the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan, America's abandonment of Ukraine was just a matter of time. It's a concern some in Kiev have as well Afghanistan little status. Analyst Vladimir Fursenko says recent events in Afghanistan show Ukrainians that US partnerships aren't always made to last, but he also sees a key difference. Unlike the Afghan National Army, Fursenko says Ukrainians have put up a fierce defense of their sovereignty Realists. We don't expect the U. S to fight for us, he says. Even if we join NATO. Many in Moscow field. It was a massive military build up by Russian forces along Ukraine's border last spring. That led to Biden calling for a June summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin Natural and after the talks, Putin suggested he and Biden had come to an understanding of each side's red lines. Defining them may prove a new and perhaps crucial test of Biden's support for Ukraine as he attempts to put the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan behind him and show US alliances still means something to both friends and adversaries alike. Charles Maynes. NPR NEWS Moscow This is NPR news. Look at your state coming up in a minute on KQED with your California report now, Joe McConnell with the state of Bay Area traffic. Still mostly uneventful, but we just had word of a crash in Petaluma in the south part of town on 11 North bounder Castagna, but it looks like it's on the shoulder and no sign of any slowdown. In Pacifica Northwest Manor Drive. Look out for a box in the road, Bay Bridge, metering lights, Iran, but the backup at the toll plaza still minimal, And the only really big jam is of course, the all the mom passed in two of five through Tracy. Highway four is pretty slow through Pittsburgh and will pass, too, but not quite stop and go.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:24 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KQED Radio

"But first we talk about Ukraine, which is hosting a conference on how it can get part of Ukraine back. We're talking, of course about the Crimean Peninsula. Next by Russia more than seven years ago. The Russian takeover hasn't been recognized by the international community and the government of Vladimir Zelensky in Kiev has not given up on hopes of restoring its sovereignty on the territory, has invited a number of diplomats and officials. Two initiative on what it calls the the occupation of Crimea. What's the plan? What can be achieved in the face of Russian military might speak to Ukrainian journalist Village Cool Thanks for joining us on the line from Kiev. Who is going to attend, then who is accepting the invitation from Ukraine to talk about D occupying Crimea? Good morning. Uh, today, 45 leaders of your European and European, European countries and USA will take part in a Crimean platform. Uh, seven of them will be presidents of different countries and, uh other people will be the leaders of, um And leaders will be I'm sorry. Uh, there will be 45 leaders and, uh, there will be people from Great Britain, USA, Georgia, all all leaders of European Union and also Australia. And there will be will be here today. Is it separate from the meeting that that he had with the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, because there was Quite a lot of strong statements about the gas pipeline. Russian influence Russia trying to cut Ukraine out of money that it gets from gas transportation is that a separate thing that just happens to have happened in the same period? Yes, Those are separate things. But as we see Angela Merkel will not take part in the Crimean platform. Syria only said that, um That us as it before. Germany says that Crimea is a part of Ukraine and it was annexed by Russia illegally, not illegally. Uh yeah, That is why the Lansky was very cold with Merkel yesterday, all Ukrainian journalist admitted. And they even said there's a Lansky was too cold. And it was. It was not fine. Um Meaning the um behavior of president or do do we do? Does he have a plan for how d occupation is going to happen? What? What's his answer to the overwhelming military might of Russia. Um, of course. One year ago. The Lansky said that we need to come back. Crimea Question to, Um um To the, uh to them. Uh, two. I'm sorry, um, for detailed discussion of the occupation of Crimea. Within the framework of the summit, the first for the magic panels will be felled, which will focus on the main tracks and Crimean platform. And next next, we will, um um we will talk about security, including freedom of navigation about ensuring the effectiveness of sanctions against the aggressive state. About the protection of human rights and international humanitarian law about protection of educational, cultural or religious right, Overcome and the negative impact er of the temporary occupation of Crimea on the economics of environment, and after the submarine activity, activities of the Crimean platform will not end. 444 formats. Uh, it's work, uh, planned presidential foreign ministers deputy, an expert and in the end government level will act and the platformer of consultants of foreign ministers coordination meetings of the special energized to work groups of priority areas and conferences, and, in particular, it is possible to establish an annual forum dedicated to the security of the wider C region and beyond the possibility of an annual sort of repeat of this event. Thank you very much. Indeed. On the phone from Kiev politico. Listening to Tuesday from the BBC with Lawrence and Connie. Let's take a look at the main headlines this half hour. The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to ask the United States to delay the withdrawal office remaining troops from Afghanistan so more people can be flown out of Kabul. President Biden says evacuations accelerating but military officials are discussing a potential extension. To the airlift and the U. S. Vice President Kamala Harris is holding talks with Singapore's leaders as part of her tour of Southeast Asia. Isaac is here with the sport. Yeah. Also, manager Mikel Arteta was defiant after his side were beaten two new at home. The Chelsea, resulting in their worst start to a Premier League season since 1992 the league the system.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

02:53 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"The Taliban has said that hundreds of its fighters are heading for the Pankisi Valley north of Kabul because local leaders had refused to hand it over peacefully. The region's powerful militia leader, Ahmed Massoud, had said he was open to an inclusive, decentralized government but would fight any regime imposed by the Taliban. The United States has ordered the emergency use of 18 commercial aircraft to transport people who have been evacuated from Afghanistan. The planes will not fly to Kabul itself, but will help move people have been taken to U. S bases in the Middle East. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel, has sought to reassure Ukraine's president Vladimir Zelensky about the North Stream two gas pipeline. She said Germany would push for sanctions against Moscow if it used the pipeline against Ukraine. The east coast of the United States has been hit by strong winds and heavy rain as tropical storm hungry made landfall in the state of Rhode Island power has been cut to more than 125,000 homes. The authorities in Haiti say more than 2200 people are now known to have been killed by the huge earthquake that struck the country earlier this month. The destruction of roads and debris has hampered efforts to transport aid. Qatar has announced the date for its first ever legislative elections and opened candidate registration. Voting for the Gulf States Shura Council is due to take place on October. The second ultimate decision making will remain with Qatar's emir, but the council is expected to approve the state budget. The office of Tunisia's president. Kind side, says Saudi Arabia Arabia has promised to help the country which is in the group of an economic crisis. President Saeed recently suspended parliament and took so charge of the country. BBC news Welcome back to news hour. One thing is certain about next month's German election. It will mark the end of the Merkel era but what will replace it? The departing German chancellor's conservative bloc has been ruling in coalition with the center left Social Democrats or SPD. But the two parties are now vying with each other to lead the next government in the run up to the vote. Our Berlin correspondent Damian McGuinness has been traveling through the country by train. I'm on the train speeding through the German forests heading north to the city of Hamburg is Germany's biggest port. It's also traditionally a pretty left wing place, a majority of voters there tend to opt for a left wing party. In particular, the centre left Social Democrats. SPD, which runs the regional government. There's some gentlemen to go live humble central station. The SPD is.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"What the hell happened so quickly to the United States of America? Mr. Trump signed a deal with the Taliban that committed American troops to pulling out. Hurricane Grace has torn through eastern Mexico after making landfall for a second time, killing at least eight people. The deaths and the worst damage were in Vera Cruz states where the storm came ashore early on Saturday. It uprooted trees, brought down power lines and caused widespread flooding. Another Hurricane. Omri is approaching the United States, prompting the authorities in New York to declare a state of emergency. Storm clouds gathered city authorities hastily ordered thousands of people to leave an All Star concert in Central Park, halting Barry Manilow set in the middle of a song. Nicholas Isabella, who's a storm chaser from Long Island, says they haven't had a storm like this in more than 30 years. The biggest threat with this storm is going to be storm surge, so the ocean water Reaches into the streets of Long Island. You can expect up to 4 to 6 Ft of order, So a lot of people that live in this area their homes could get flooded out. A lot of trees and power could be out. This is the latest world news from the BBC. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel, is paying a farewell official visit to Ukraine two days after her last summit with the Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet President Vladimir Zelensky but will not stay on for his Crimea platform summit to raise awareness of Russia's annexation of Crimea seven years ago. Mike Sanders reports. Ukraine is not expecting much from this summit. How can it when Chancellor Merkel is leaving, and her party might not even be in power after next month, But President Zelinsky will want to hear how Germany intends to mitigate the effects of the Nord Stream two gas pipeline from Russia. He thinks President Biden's reluctant agreement to waive the U. S sanctions that threatened its completion is a disaster for Ukraine's own gas pipeline network. Mr. Zielinski hopes.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

02:01 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Looking at us and saying what the hell happened so quickly to the United States of America? Mr. Trump signed a deal with the Taliban that committed American troops to pulling out. Hurricane Grace has torn through eastern Mexico after making landfall for a second time, killing at least eight people. The deaths and the worst damage were in Vera Cruz states where the storm came ashore early on Saturday. It uprooted trees, brought down power lines and caused widespread flooding. Another Hurricane. Omri is approaching the United States, prompting the authorities in New York to declare a state of emergency. As storm clouds gathered city authorities hastily ordered thousands of people to leave an All Star concert in Central Park, halting Barry Manilow set in the middle of a song. Nicholas Isabella, who's a storm chaser from Long Island, says they haven't had a storm like this in more than 30 years. The biggest threat with this storm is going to be storm surge, so the ocean water Reaches into the streets of Long Island. You can expect up to 4 to 6 Ft of order, So a lot of people that live in this area their homes could get flooded out. A lot of trees and power could be out. This is the latest world news from the BBC. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel, is paying a farewell official visit to Ukraine two days after her last summit with the Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet President Vladimir Zelensky but will not stay on for his Crimea platform summit to raise awareness of Russia's annexation of Crimea seven years ago. Mike Sanders reports. Ukraine is not expecting much from this summit. How can it when Chancellor Merkel is leaving, and her party might not even be in power after next month, But President Zelinsky will want to hear how Germany intends to mitigate the effects of the Nord Stream two gas pipeline from Russia. He thinks President Biden's reluctant agreement to waive the U. S sanctions that threatened its completion is a disaster for Ukraine's own gas pipeline network. Mr. Zielinski hopes.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"808 98 77 71 That's 808 98 77 71 808 98 77 71 Considering immigration reform, the Senate Judiciary Committee focused on migrant farm and food industry workers, many undocumented working long hours in dangerous conditions and for pay. Most natural born Americans won't even sniff at every step of the food production process from the moment of crop is planted to the moment our grocery bags are handed to us. There's an immigrant worker who plays a critical role in feeding our families Committee chair Dick Durbin, Whether they're packing meat or picking Berries, the workers who supply our food tend to work and confined in crowded spaces. Many have been unable to protect themselves from exposure to the corner virus. Some would be immigration reformers, one amnesty offered to these workers The U. S and Germany worked out an agreement to allow completion of a controversial Russian gas pipeline. The Biden administration still says the North Stream two pipeline is a bad deal. But it's essentially acquiescing to its completion in a joint statement with Germany on Merkel's government, which backs the pipeline, committed to retaliating if Russia uses it to harmed Ukraine. It will also provide up to $245 million to Ukraine for renewable energy projects. But Ukrainian officials are furious, saying the deal undermines its economy and security. The US tried to sweeten the pot, inviting Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky to the White House in August. 30th visit the young leader once sought from former president Trump Counter Finegan. ABC NEWS The State Department This is ABC News. Nothing is more important than your vote..

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:04 min | 3 months ago

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Atlantis News and to its two o'clock afternoon I'm Christiane will live in the WSB 24 hour News center President Biden to speak shortly after meetings with other world leaders. He is in Belgium for the NATO's Summit. This is the second leg of his first international trip as president, NATO leaders today declared that China poses a constant security challenge and is working to undermine global order. They say in a statement. They're worried about how quickly the Chinese are developing nuclear missiles. Looking further ahead, cyberattacks and ransomware two of the issues the White House says the president will bring up with Russian President Putin Wednesday in Geneva. I'm Stephen Portnoy. The president has vowed to press Vladimir Putin here in Geneva on Ukraine. Ukrainians have a strong belief that Joe Biden Has their back Andre Lucien. It's key leads the Ukrainian Society of Switzerland. Since the war has begun in Ukraine. You have more than 14,000 dead, and the government says a million and a half people have been displaced. The president has stopped short of backing Ukraine's bid to join NATO despite the renewed urging of his counterpart in Kiev, But Mr Biden has invited Vladimir Zelensky to the White House this summer. 89 degrees on Peachtree Street at 21, WSB meteorologist Kurt Mellows has low nineties isolated storm possible this afternoon. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up The Hawks tonight look to bounce back and even up their Eastern Conference semifinal matchup with the Sixers coach Nate McMillan knows what's on the line tonight. You win the game guarantees that You will have another game and you're building it becomes a new series. So that's our focus center Clint Capela says. They've been studying film and the Hawks need to become the aggressor, especially the way that our defense feeds on offense and the speed that we get into it, he says. It's time to switch into what he calls emergency mode, especially on defense. Game four tips off around 7 30 tonight in front of a sold out Atlanta crowd. Jessica Bottom. 95.5 WSB has breaking news 1st 1st This is WSB 24 hour Continuing news Reality winner is out of prison at his press statement from her lawyer this afternoon, which sites time earned and.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:38 min | 3 months ago

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WTOP

"Cyberattacks and disinformation. Terrorism, nuclear deterrence, NATO's role in the rapidly melting Arctic Ocean, the rise of China and Russia's aggressive actions, especially against Ukraine. I'm Stephen Portnoy. The president has vowed to press Vladimir Putin here in Geneva on Ukraine. Ukrainians have a strong belief that Joe Biden Has their back Andre Lucien. It's key leads the Ukrainian Society of Switzerland. Since the war has begun in Ukraine. You have more than 14,000 dead, and the government says a million and a half people have been displaced. The president has stopped short of backing Ukraine's bid to join NATO despite the renewed urging of his counterpart in Kiev, But Mr Biden has invited Vladimir Zelensky to the White House this summer. The president expected to speak at any moment now will have cross spring you the very latest, So keep it here with w. T. O p high ranking Justice Department official is stepping down today. The resignation follows widening reports of secretly seized phone records that happened under the Trump administration, and that includes members of Congress. Details from W. T. O P S. Mitchell Miller today on the Hill. The Justice Department's top national security official, John Dimmers, will resign next week. The announcement follows revelations that under The Trump Administration. Phone data from Democratic members of Congress was seized, including House intelligence chair Adam Schiff, as well as phone records from a former White House counsel and members of the media. Attorney General Merrick Garland says he expects the Justice Department's inspector general to conduct a thorough investigation. Virginia Senator Mark Warner, speaking on Washington Post Live, says he's troubled by the recent reports and is counting on the egg to get to the bottom of them. I hope this is a dark chapter that we can close, and I do hope that those who are responsible be held accountable on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P News Benjamin Netanyahu ERA is over in Israel, Naftali Bennett took over as Israel's new prime minister in a brief handover meeting minus the formal ceremony that traditionally goes with the change of power. Bennett put together a coalition by a razor thin majority that ended Netanyahu's 12 year reign over Israel. And its new government is promising to reach out to neglected foreign allies as well as to heal political divisiveness at home. But then Netanyahu is not going out quietly. He's vowing to depose his rivals and claims he was cheated out of power by one time allies just ahead of the U. S. Supreme Court, holding off on an affirmative action decision will explain its 1 33 do your part to reduce waste and recycle right. Many of us are ordering more items.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:56 min | 3 months ago

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Is good for Europe, but it's also good for America. Very good for America. Essential from CBS is Natalie brand, the 30, NATO leaders are tackling an ambitious agenda, including the security implications of climate change. Cyber attacks and disinformation, terrorism, nuclear deterrence, NATO's role in the rapidly melting Arctic Ocean, the rise of China and Russia's aggressive actions, especially against Ukraine. I'm Stephen Has their back Andre Lucien. It's key leads the Ukrainian Society of Switzerland. Since the war has begun in Ukraine. You have more than 14,000 dead, and the government says a million and a half people have been displaced. The president has stopped short of backing Ukraine's bid to join NATO despite the renewed urging of his counterpart in Kiev, But Mr Biden has invited Vladimir Zelensky to the White House this summer. In an NBC News interview, Vladimir Putin denied Russian involvement in U. S Cyber attacks. Justice Department's top national security official, John Des MERS, is resigning after revelations the department seized records from Democrats and reporters. The Supreme Court passes for now on a key affirmative action case, calling on the Justice Department to consider it first legal analyst Thane Rosenbaum. The Supreme Court is asking the Biden administration whether it has a position on the Harvard affirmative action case since Harvard receives federal funding and if they are impermissibly discriminating against qualified Asian Americans. Does that violate Title six of the Civil Rights Act? The Supreme Court could still hear the case, even if the bite administration takes no action or agrees that affirmative action should not be impeded. Minneapolis police say a woman was killed three others hurt late last night when an SUV hit a parked car and it slammed into demonstrators. A suspect.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

04:56 min | 3 months ago

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Judgments which they hope Will result in radical modish being locked up for the rest of his life. On a hologram with that report, And in the next hour, we'll be speaking to Camille Makovich. He's a former mayor, Shelbourne Nitze, who was 16 at the time of the massacre. He fled and walked 110 kilometers for seven days. To get to a safe place will be joining us in the next hour. 25 minutes past the hour. Joe Biden is very much on the world stage with the G seven rich Club of countries meeting in a few days who gets to meet him and how is a very significant issue a status issue for world leaders a few days ago, Ukraine's president Vladimir Zelensky. Was saying in an interview. He really really wanted to meet Joe Biden before the U. S president had a scheduled meeting with Russia's Vladimir Putin. Zelinsky offered to meet Biden at any moment and at any spot on the planet. He didn't get a meat straight away, but they have spoken on the phone. Sedensky has been invited to the White House this summer. And, of course, they had a lot of issues to talk about. Olga is a journalist in Ukraine. Joins us on the line from Kiev. There was a certain desperation in the tone. All there wasn't there that Zelinsky really wanted to have a sort of a face to face meet, or it was certainly a conversation before Biden meet Putin Will will he be satisfied with a telephone conversation and an invite for later? Good morning and thank you for having made the pleasure. Well. First of all this call is the second call between Zelinsky and Biden after Biden took office in January this year, And finally, there is an invitation to the White House, something that Zelinsky was expecting since he became president of Ukraine in 2019. You and the listeners probably remember the scandal with that led to the impeachment process against the former U. S. President Donald Trump. At which was actually the conversation with the landscape and trump that was basically asking for a quick broke war from Zelinsky saying that he would be invited to the White House if he launched a trial if he supported the trial against Uh huh. That's right. Yes, yeah. These ties to Joe Biden's son. So, uh, Zelinsky was denied a meeting. Then there was no hands at the meeting at his first conversation with Joe Biden earlier this year, and then finally, there is an invitation. So, of course, on the one hand, that's a big victory and the big delivery bubble for Zelinsky will be meeting in July. We know that already from Talansky's statement, his office statement On the other hand, Of course, there is some disappointment, probably for Zelinsky that this meeting will follow Joe Biden's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin scheduled to take place in Geneva in June 16 or why? Because you know that Ukraine is at the state of war with Russia. Basically, the factor the your is not, but the fact that it is Russia has been concentrating troops and Ukrainian borders. Since April, There is a gas pipeline North Stream two Russian gas pipeline that is almost completed and other pressing issues that the Alinsky wanted to discuss with Biden before him, It's Putin. Now these are very big issues, but there seems to be a sort of a tone of Biden of opposition of resistance to put in much more so. And under Trump. So does Zelinsky hope for advantage. The North Stream two bit of a disaster for the country. And yet do they have hopes in the future? Well, Definitely. There is more hope in Ukraine and in Ukrainian government and president Zelensky that under the Biden administration, there will be more substantial US support to Ukraine and more substantial that it was during the Donald Trump times. So, um and North Stream two is one of those projects that the Polanski hope the U. S. Would help to block it, although the project is on the final stage of construction And during the call. We know that they discussed the this got gas pipeline with Lewinsky, saying that this is not an economic project that this is a security threat, And he also hinted that some security guarantees should be provided to Ukraine. If the North Stream two is completed. We don't know what does that mean yet and from Joe Biden's statement? We only know that the president's discussed the need for close cooperation on energy security. Yeah, so that probably also remains North Stream. Two Ukraine. This is a vital issue because it would deprive Ukraine of its transit face gas transit exactly a lot of money at stake their older many thanks indeed. All go to karaoke.

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