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What part will your country play in World War III?

By Larry Romanoff, May 27, 2021

 

The true origins of the two World Wars have been deleted from all our history books and replaced with mythology. Neither War was started (or desired) by Germany, but both at the instigation of a group of European Zionist Jews with the stated intent of the total destruction of Germany. The documentation is overwhelming and the evidence undeniable. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)

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Wednesday, April 4, 2018

PT -- GUERRA NUCLEAR: 7.4 A escalada USA/NATO na Europa

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7.4  A escalada USA/NATO na Europa

O ano 2014, para Washington e para a sua Aliança transatlântica, arrisca-se a ser um ano negro, sobretudo em dois cenários: Uma Europa sem guerra onde, não obstante a expansão da NATO para Leste,  as ligações económicas e políticas entre a União Europeia e a Rússia estão a reforçar-se e, onde quase todos os aliados estão relutantes em aumentar a despesa militar ao nível requerido pelo Pentágono; um Médio Oriente onde a guerra USA/NATO está a falhar na Síria e o Iraque está a distanciar-se dos USA e a aproximar-se da China e da Rússia, cuja aliança é sempre temida pela Casa Branca. Washington é avisado, cada vez com mais urgência, da necessidade de encontrar uma «nova missão» para a NATO. Ela é encontrada pontualmente.

O putsch da Praça Maidan, preparado desde há muito pelo treino de forças neonazis ucranianas, leva a Europa a uma situação análoga à da guerra fria, provocando um novo confronto com a Rússia. A ofensiva do ISIS, preparada com o financiamento e armamento de grupos islâmicos (alguns dos quais eram designados antes como terroristas) acabada a guerra contra a Jugoslávia e a guerra contra a Líbia, permite às forças USA/NATO intervirem no Médio Oriente para destruir, não o ISIS, mas a Síria e para reocupar o Iraque.
A «nova missão» da NATO é oficializada na Cimeira de Setembro de 2014, no País de Gales,  lançando o «Readiniess Action Plan», cujo objectivo oficial é de «responder, rápida e firmemente, aos novos desafios à segurança», atribuídos à «agressão militar da Rússia contra a Ucrânia» e ao «aumento do extremismo e dos conflitos sectários no Médio Oriente e no Norte de África». O plano é definido pelo Secretário Geral da NATO, Jens Stoltenberg,  como «o maior reforço da nossa defesa colectiva desde o fim da guerra fria».

Em apenas três meses, a NATO quadriplica os caça-bombardeiros, duplica a capacidade convencional e nuclear, implantada na região báltica (antes parte da URSS); envia radares aéreos AWACS para a Europa Oriental e aumenta o número dos navios de guerra no Mar Báltico, Mar Negro e no Mediterrâneo; instala na Polónia, Estónia, Letónia e Lituânia forças terrestres americanas, britânicas e alemãs; intensifica os exercícios conjuntos na Polónia e nos Países Bálticos, aumentando-os para mais de 200.

A partir desse momento, a pressão USA/NATO sobre a Rússia cresce em progressão geométrica.Em quatro anos, de 2014 a 2018, os EUA gastam 10 biliões de dólares na «Iniciativa de Segurança da Europa» (ERI), cujo objectivo oficial é «aumentar a nossa capacidade de defender a Europa contra a agressão russa». Quase metade da despesa serve para potenciar o «pré-posicionamento estratégico» USA na Europa, ou seja, os depósitos de armamento que, colocados em posição avançada, permitem «uma rápida deslocação das forças armadas no teatro bélico». Outra grande parte é destinada a «aumentar a presença, com base rotativa, das forças americanas em toda a Europa». As porções restantes servem para o desenvolvimento das infra-estruturas das bases na Europa para «aumentar a prontidão da acção USA», à potencialização dos exercícios militares e ao treino para «aumentar a prontidão e a capacidade de interacção das forças da NATO».

Os fundos da ERI – esclarece o Comando Europeu dos Estados Unidos - são apenas uma parte dos que estão destinados à «Operação Atlantic Resolve, que demonstra a capacidade USA de responder às ameaças contra os aliados». No âmbito dessas operações, é transferida de Fort Carson (Colorado), para a Polónia,em Janeiro de 2017, a 3ª Brigada couraçada, composta de 3.500 homens, 87 tanques, 18 obuseiros de auto-lançamento, 144 veículos de combate Bradley, mais 400 Humvees (Veículos Automóveis Multifunções de Alta Mobilidade)  e 2.000 veículos de transporte. A 3ª Brigada couraçada será substituída a seguir por outra unidade, assim as forças couraçadas americanas são permanentemente deslocadas no território polaco. Os seus departamentos são transferidos, para treinos e exercícios, para outros países de Leste, sobretudo para a Estónia, Letónia, Lituânia, Bulgária, Roménia e mesmo Ucrânia, ou seja, são continuamente deslocados à volta da Rússia.

Sempre no contexto de tais operações, é transferida para a base de Illesheim (na Alemanha) de Fort Drum (em New York), a 10ª Brigada Aére de Combate, com mais de 2.000 homens e uma centena de helicópteros de guerra. De Illesheim, duas 'task force' são enviadas  para «posições avançadas» na Polónia, Roménia e Letónia. Nas bases de Ämari (Estónia) e Graf Ignatievo (Bulgária), são distribuídos caça-bombardeiros USA e NATO, compreendendo Eurofighter italianos, para o «patrulhamento aéreo» do Báltico. A operação prevê, também, «uma presença continuada no Mar Negro», na base aérea de Kogalniceanu (Roménia) e na de treino de Novo Selo (Bulgária).

O General Curtis Scaparrotti, Chefe do Comando Europeu dos EUA e, ao mesmo tempo, Comandante Supremo Aliado na Europa, assegura que «as nossas forças estão preparadas e posicionadas para barrar a agressão russa». Um contingente USA é posicionado na Polónia oriental, no designado «Suwalki Gap», um trecho de terreno plano com cerca de cem quilómetros de comprimento que, avisa a NATO, «seria uma passagem perfeita para os tanques russos». É, assim, desenterrado o armamento da propaganda da velha guerra fria:  o dos tanques russos prontos para invadirem a Europa. Agitando o fantasma de uma ameaça do Leste, que não existe, chegam de facto à Europa os tanques dos Estados Unidos.

O plano é claro. Depois de ter provocado com o putsch da Praça Maidan, um novo confronto com a Rússia, Washington (não obstante a mudança de Administração do Presidente Obama pela do Presidente Trump) segue a mesma estratégia: transformar a Europa na primeira linha de uma nova guerra fria, com vantagem para os interesses dos Estados Unidos e para as suas relações de forças com as maiores potências europeias.

Na instalação no flanco oriental – compreendendo forças couraçadas, caça-bombardeiros, navios de guerra e unidades de mísseis nucleares – participam as potências europeias da NATO, como demonstra o envio de tropas francesas e de tanques britânicos para a Estónia. Fala-se, neste período, de um «exército» europeu, mas no encontro dos Ministros de Defesa da União Europeia, em Abril de 2017, em Malta, o Secretário Geral da NATO, Stoltenberg, esclarece em que termos: «Ficou claramente estabelecido, da parte da União Europeia, que o seu objectivo não é constituir um novo exército europeu ou estrutura de comando em competição com a NATO, mas algo que seja complementar ao que a NATO faz».

O Art. 42 do Tratado da União Europeia estabelece que «a política da União respeita as obrigações de alguns Estados membros, os quais consideram que a sua defesa comum se realiza através da Organização do Tratado do Atlântico Norte». Visto que são membros da Aliança, 22 dos 28 países da União Europeia (21 em 27 com a saída da Grã Bretanha da UE), torna-se evidente o predomínio da NATO. Para evitar equívocos, o protocolo nr. 10 sobre a cooperação instituída pelo art. 42 sublinha que a NATO «permanece o fundamento da defesa colectiva» da União Europeia, e que «um desempenho mais forte da União em matéria de segurança e defesa, contribuirá para a vitalidade de uma Aliança Atlântica renovada». O bastão do comando permanece, portanto, do Comandante Supremo Aliado na Europa, um general americano nomeado pelo Presidente dos Estados Unidos.

Para reforçar mais ainda, a sua influência na Europa, os Estados Unidos promovem a «Iniciativa dos três Mares», que é lançada em Julho de 2017, na ocasião da visita do Presidente Trump a Varsóvia. A Polónia, definida pela Casa Branca como um país «fiel aliado NATO e um dos mais intímos amigos da América» é a ponta de lança da estratégia USA/NATO que arrastou a Europa para uma nova guerra fria com a Rússia. Aos olhos de Washington, ela tem todas as características para assumir outra tarefa exigente, a de orientar a «Iniciativa Três Mares», um novo projecto que reúne 12 países compreendidos entre o Mar Báltico, o Mar Negro e o Mar Adriático: Polónia, Lituânia, Letónia, Estónia, Hungria, República Checa, Austria, Bulgária, Roménia, Croácia, Eslováquia e Eslovénia. Estes países são membros da União Europeia e ao mesmo tempo, todos eles, excepto a Austria, são membros da NATO sob comando USA, mais ligados a Washington do que a Bruxelas. O objectivo oficial do novo projecto é «ligar as economias e as infra-estruturas da Europa Central e Oriental, de Norte a Sul, alargando a cooperação nos sectores da energia, dos transportes, das comunicações digitais e da economia, em geral, para tornar a Europa Central e Oriental mais segura e competitiva». Os EUA pensam isso. No seu discurso na Conferência dos Três Mares, o Presidente Trump «concentra-se no desenvolvimento das infra-estruturas e na segurança energética, evidenciando, entre outras, as primeiras expedições do LNG (gás natural liquefeito) americano para a Polónia.». Um terminal no porto báltico de Swinoujscie, custando cerca de um bilião de dólares, permite à Polónia importar LNG americano na medida inicial de 5 biliões de metros cúbicos/ano. Através deste e de outros terminais, entre os quais um projectado na Croácia, o gás proveniente dos USA ou de outros países através de companhias americanas, será distribuído através de gasodutos especiais para toda a «região dos Três Mares». O objectivo do plano é claro: atacar a Rússia, fazendo diminuir a sua exportação de gás na Europa (objectivo realizável apenas se a exportação do gás USA, mais cara do que o russo, for incentivada com fortes subsídios estatais) ligar ainda mais aos EUA, a Europa Central e Oriental, não só militarmente, mas também economicamente, em concorrência com a Alemanha e outras potências europeias. Assim, o objectivo do plano, é criar dentro da Europa, uma macro região (a dos Três Mares) de soberania limitada, directamente sob a influência USA, que acabe, de facto, com a União Europeia e se alargue à Ucrânia e mais além.  

Nota da Tradutora: Eis a concretização da «Iniciativa dos Três Mares» a ocorrer neste momento, nos Estados Unidos:



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00:00 allies and trustful allies and because
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of that we are sure that their reforms
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of NATO which we are investing together
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and preparing together will be result
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ative as it was before but especially
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now because we see in United States
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leadership we seeing the willingness of
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the United States to see different NATO
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different quality of NATO and I can be
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probably open we talked to the president
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I will joke a little bit joking about
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that we need leadership sometimes for
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decision-making even unpredictable
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leadership to make enough leverage and
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pressure for the rivals to believe that
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we can make a decision and as we seeing
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this kind of leadership in president
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Trump and this is good because without
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the leverage and pressure there will be
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no additional spendings
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in our defence in NATO there will be no
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additional decisions for rotating
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military forces or United States in our
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countries there will be no willingness
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to look into the matter of air defense
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which we need very much so from all this
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point of views we trust that our partner
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and Ally is investing seriously in
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future our defence not only our regions
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but the NATO's territory defense and in
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the peace and security of the world as
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it was before
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of course the businesses are coming
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together Ally in military cooperation in
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goes with Economic Cooperation and I am
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very happy there today in our business
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forum we will sign two agreements with
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two American companies on the on the
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liquid gas cooperation Lavinia has
01:46
liquid gas station and factory so-called
01:52
floating boat but we can be independent
01:56
all three Baltic States on the gas
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supply because of that and this gives us
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strength and possibility to make our own
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decisions not to depend on one supplier
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and American liquid gas welcomed on time
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and
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make us more independent in our decision
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making and diversifies our gas supply
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and this is about a real friendship
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about a real cooperation between our
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region and United States and this comes
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also together with the trade matters
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where today we see some discussions on
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the wealth level between United States
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and European Union we together with the
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decisions that the thread needs to be
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useful and equally fair to all sides
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there is no sense to go to the war but
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decisions if there is disbalances need
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to be fine and this we will support as a
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layer of United States so together with
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international obligations in military
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together with a cooperation in economy
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together with with the United States and
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European Union in solving the trade
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disputes and issues we are standing with
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and together and we hope that as
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president said next hangar chairs will
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be even better closer together and we
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will be able to achieve and make more
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thank you
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the Baltic US president summits
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overheard commitment to fundamental
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values our long lasting friendship and
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the steadfast partnership that we have
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enjoyed for nearly a century the United
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States of America is our closest friend
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and Ally I appreciate that we have each
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other's mutual support
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you know endeavours as well as in the
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security challenges we are facing today
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we reflected on our many achievements
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and set a course for our future
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undertakings we have agreed to enhance
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our defense and
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purity cooperation the Baltic states
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appreciate the United States commitment
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to deterrence policy in the Baltic
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region and the military assistance
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provided to our forces we will continue
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to commit 2% of GDP
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towards the development of our military
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capabilities for the purposes of both
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strengthening NATO posture in the
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eastern flank and contributing to
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international security the Baltic states
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and the United States acknowledged the
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need to continue the successful existing
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cooperation we have encountered in
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modern day security threats such as
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terrorism cyber and informational
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warfare and nuclear proliferation today
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all of us committed to placing greater
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emphasis on advancing our economic and
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trade and investment relationship we
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recognize great potential in areas of
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innovation modern technologies and the
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digital economy and we will explore
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possibilities for forging new
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partnerships to descend I am
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particularly proud of successes of
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latvian companies that have generated
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more than 2,000 jobs in the u.s. in
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georgia in north carolina in california
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it's it just shows how important is this
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economic cooperation and finally the
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Baltic States and the United States
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agreed to continue promoting closer
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people-to-people contacts because these
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contacts are very important for every
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of our society oh and let me stress that
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President Trump was an outstanding host
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today thanks for hosting us in this for
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us in this very important event when we
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celebrate 100 years anniversary of our
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statehood thanks Thank You president
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Trump my dear neighbors journalists I
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would like to thank President Trump and
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his administration for his political
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leadership in our region and for the
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very visible commitment which has been
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demonstrated through a number of
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high-level visits also to our region
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this year will you celebrate indeed our
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centennial anniversary of these hundred
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years 450 we were occupied by the Soviet
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Union and people in our country got up
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every morning knowing that there are
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democratic countries led by United
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States who have never recognized the
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occupation of the Baltic States our
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national flag the blue black and white
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was waving here in America throughout
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these years it couldn't have been done
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at that time in Estonia
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it was hot warming it was true sign of
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friendship we knew it back then and we
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remember it and we are still grateful
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for it will be forever today I we agree
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the declaration also reminding us about
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the foundations of our relations my
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friends here spoke a lot about what we
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do it's always worth to remind why we do
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this we believe that peace security and
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prosperity depend on strong sovereign
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nations that respect their citizens at
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home and cooperate to promote peace
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abroad our partnership is based on
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principles of democracy and individual
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liberty and the rule of law these things
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are extremely important today we stand
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together like-minded partners and allies
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yes Baltic states are quite small but
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they are important because of their
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location but not only because of what we
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do as contributing partners to the
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global security we find it very
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important to contribute in the
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counter-terrorist fight we find it
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important since 2011 to spend 2 percent
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of GDP on defense we find it extremely
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important to remember that we stand
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together and we form something which we
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call in my office and axis of good this
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is an axis of good made visible for you
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all yessss Estonia and the United States
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are very different by the size of their
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economy but when we are speaking about
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digital economies then this doesn't
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matter anymore
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Estonia is a one of the world leading
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nations of digital governments and our
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companies are working with companies in
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your country to make sure that people
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elsewhere could benefit this cannot come
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without cyber security there is a need
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to center of excellence on cyber
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security in Estonia because we have been
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attacked on cyber long before anybody
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else we still work together we
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contribute and we hope that we are
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really helpful to all of our partners
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yes we have also more conventional trade
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which we do together people in Walmart
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going for their pre-ordered packages in
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a couple of years will see them
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delivered by a stone and made package
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delivery robots we are proud of this and
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we also proud of our legal environment
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in Estonia which invites business to try
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and test new ideas in our place which is
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tiny and then upscale when it makes more
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sense top scale this way we work
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together both on defence matters
10:37
economic matters and always stand on a
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common value base this is the foundation
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of all the relations thank you for today
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for making this visible this axis of
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good thank you very much very much we'll
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take a few questions
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we're going to also have questions
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specifically for the Baltics Steve
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Reuters
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Thank You mr. president some of your
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military advisors are urging you to keep
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a contingent of
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US troops in Syria to ensure the defeat
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of Isis what is your current thinking on
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the subject you still want them out and
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secondly could you clarify what you
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meant about having US military guards
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the US border along with Mexico thank
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you sir
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yeah the first of all the border the
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Mexican border is very unprotected by
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our laws we have horrible horrible and
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very unsafe laws in the United States
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and we're going to be able to do
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something about that hopefully soon
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hopefully Congress will get their act
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together and get in and create some very
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powerful laws like Mexico has and like
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Canada has and like almost all countries
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if we don't have laws we have catch and
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release you catch and then you
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immediately release and people come back
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years later for a court case except they
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virtually never come back so what we are
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preparing for the military to secure our
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border between Mexico and the United
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States we have a meeting on it in a
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little while with general mattis and
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everybody and I think that it's
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something we have to do now the caravan
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which is over a thousand people coming
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in from Honduras thought they were going
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to just walk right through Mexico and
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right through the border as you know
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NAFTA is a phenomenal deal for Mexico
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it's been a horrible deal for the United
12:23
States we're renegotiating it now but it
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has been a horrible horrible
12:27
embarrassing deal for the United States
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this should have been terminated or
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renegotiated many years ago Mexico we
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have a trade deficit with Mexico of over
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a hundred billion dollars a year and I
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told Mexico yesterday that because of
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the fact that their laws are so strong
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they can do things about it that hard to
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believe the United States can't I said I
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hope you're going to tell that caravan
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not to get up to the border and I think
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they're doing that because as of 12
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minutes ago it was all being broken up
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we'll see what happens but we have to
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have strong borders we need the wall
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we've started building the wall as you
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know we have a billion six toward
13:09
building the wall and fixing existing
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wall that's falling down or was never
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appropriate in the first place and
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that's very important as far as serious
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concerned
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our primary mission in terms of that was
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getting rid of Isis we've almost
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completed that task and we'll be making
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a decision very quickly in coordination
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with others in the area as to what we'll
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do
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Saudi Arabia is very interested in our
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decision and I said well you know you
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want us to say maybe you're gonna have
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to pay but a lot of people you know we
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do a lot of things in this country we do
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them for we do them for a lot of reasons
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but it's very costly for our country and
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it helps other countries a hell of a lot
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more than it helps us so we're going to
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be making a decision we've had a
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tremendous military success against Isis
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as you know it's close to a hundred
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percent as I just said and we'll be
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making a decision as to what we do in
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the very near future we'll be consulting
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also with the groups of our people and
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groups of our allies to pull the troops
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out say you're you're inclined to pull
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the troops out I want to get out I want
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to bring our troops back home I want to
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start rebuilding our nation we will have
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as of three months ago seven trillion
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dollars in the Middle East over the last
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17 years we get nothing nothing out of
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it nothing and as you remember in
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civilian life for years I said keep the
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oil I was always saying keep the oil we
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didn't keep the oil who got the oil was
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Isis got the oil a lot of it that's what
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funded their campaigns they took a lot
14:53
of the oil and it was largely
14:55
responsible for fun and we should have
14:56
kept the oil then we didn't keep the oil
14:58
so I want to get back I want to rebuild
15:00
our nation think of it seven trillion
15:03
dollars over a 17 year period we have
15:06
nothing nothing except death and
15:08
destruction it's a horrible thing so
15:12
it's time it's time we were very
15:14
successful against Isis we'll be
15:16
successful against anybody militarily
15:19
but sometimes it's time to come back
15:22
home
15:23
and we're thinking about that very
15:25
seriously okay thank you
15:35
the three Lithuanian television mr.
15:39
president not not about getting out but
15:41
getting in the the joint declaration
15:44
mentions the periodic American
15:47
deployments in the Baltic countries what
15:50
specifically can you commit to having
15:52
heard the requests and wishes of the
15:55
Baltic States and president you have
15:58
mentioned Russia as a terrorist state
16:01
did you have a meeting of minds here as
16:04
to the thread that Russia poses to the
16:07
neighboring countries thank you well we
16:10
have a very strong relationship as the
16:12
presidents will tell you with the Baltic
16:15
States and we are with them we're
16:18
friends and we're allies and we are
16:21
going to have a long-term very fine
16:23
relationship in addition we do business
16:25
on trade we work very hard on security
16:27
together surprisingly large numbers of
16:32
trade these are very industrious nations
16:36
now you're from there so you know
16:38
exactly what I'm talking about these are
16:39
tremendous people and very very
16:42
industrious we do a lot of business
16:43
Andre thank you thank you very much the
16:46
second part of your question of course
16:48
interesting especially because we didn't
16:50
talk to in that words about the rival
16:55
especially on our board but then country
16:58
behaves aggressively performs wars
17:01
threatens with nuclear missiles on your
17:04
border of course you sometimes call this
17:07
country not very friend 'full that's why
17:10
we investing into our defense we
17:13
investing into our security we investing
17:16
into reforming NATO and we would like to
17:19
see strong NATO strong alliance and
17:22
that's what we are going to do together
17:36
mr. Trump speaking about economy about
17:40
Economic co-operation with my country is
17:44
Latvia but is the other message for
17:47
investors in Latvia and what is what is
17:51
your opinion about the investment in
17:54
what way I think all three would be
17:56
great places to invest stable
17:59
governments incredible people
18:01
hardworking industrious people I think
18:03
there would be great places to invest I
18:06
would have no problem with it although I
18:08
think as a president of the United
18:10
States they would call it a slight
18:12
conflict of interest perhaps you might
18:14
be hearing from these people no I think
18:16
it would be a great place I think all
18:18
three would be a great place to invest
18:19
okay thank you Thank You Murray and
18:26
roham estonian public broadcasting first
18:28
a question to President Trump as said
18:31
the concern of the Baltic states is
18:33
Russia and before the press conference
18:36
you also said that at the same time good
18:40
relationship with Russia is not bad but
18:42
how are you going to deal with President
18:45
Vladimir Putin is he as your enemy or
18:49
someone you can have dialogue with and
18:51
the second question is to our president
18:54
gets to call you light is the defense of
18:56
the Baltic States enough or should there
18:59
be something more for example air
19:01
defense systems thank you well I think
19:04
we'll be able to have great dialogue I
19:06
hope and if we can't you'll be the first
19:08
to know about it
19:09
nobody's been tougher on Russia than I
19:11
have and you can and I know you're
19:13
nodding yes because everyone agrees when
19:16
they think about it strong energy the
19:19
United States my opponent was into other
19:22
forms of energy like windmills where
19:26
we're very strong on energy were
19:29
essentially now energy independent we're
19:31
an exporter of energy that is not a
19:34
positive for Russia but it's certainly a
19:37
positive for the United States we just
19:39
passed a 700 billion dollar military
19:42
budget next year
19:43
716 billion dollars the largest-ever
19:46
past we are going to have a military
19:48
stronger than we've ever had before by
19:50
far and that's not exactly a great thing
19:54
for Russia but that's the way it is
19:58
we're gonna have the strongest military
19:59
that we ever had NATO NATO was
20:02
delinquent they were not paying their
20:04
bills they were not paying a lot of
20:06
states as we discussed they were not
20:09
they were not paying what they should be
20:11
paying since I came in many many
20:14
billions of dollars additional have been
20:16
paid by countries that weren't paying
20:18
and now they're paying and they will
20:21
have to pay more frankly if they're
20:22
gonna have to pay more so there are many
20:24
things that I've done and not only the
20:28
60 diplomats Germany did for France did
20:32
for we did 60 there's nobody been
20:36
tougher on Russia and with that being
20:39
said I think I could have a very good
20:41
relationship with President Putin I
20:43
think it's possible I won't and you will
20:46
know about it
20:47
believe me this room will know about it
20:49
before I know about it it's a real
20:52
possibility that I could have a good
20:54
relationship and remember this getting
20:56
along with Russia is a good thing
20:58
getting along with China is a good thing
21:01
getting along with other countries
21:03
including your three countries is a good
21:05
thing not a bad thing so I think I could
21:08
have a very good relationship with
21:10
Russia and with President Putin and if I
21:13
did that would be a great thing and
21:15
there's also a great possibility that
21:17
that won't happen who knows okay thank
21:21
you okay if I may marry on if I would
21:25
also like to contribute a little bit to
21:26
our first question
21:27
as I reminded you or we could trust the
21:29
judgment of the United States
21:31
administration's and people even while
21:33
we were occupied we could trust your
21:35
judgment when we regained independence
21:37
and seek membership of NATO for example
21:40
we could because we own a common
21:42
foundation you can walk around the mall
21:45
and read it's all written there this
21:47
foundation our compass for both and
21:49
therefore I trust the judgment of
21:51
President Trump and his administration
21:52
on that matter too now on your concrete
21:55
question on
21:56
only a defense yes we did discuss the
21:59
deterrence capacity necessary to make
22:02
sure that our deterrence is believable
22:04
to everybody who might want to cushion
22:07
it but you know equal partners don't
22:09
come to talk to each other this way that
22:11
I come here to Washington to ask for
22:13
these of freedom or I come here to ask
22:14
for let's say may you support me for
22:16
this or for that we analyze situation
22:18
together and we find the solutions
22:20
together which will work for us all
22:22
together because we are in it all
22:24
together we are contributors equal
22:26
contributors according to our size to
22:28
this process of guaranteeing our
22:30
security thank you summit we discuss
22:39
security issues in our region
22:42
with President Trump and I am sure that
22:46
this discussion will help a lot to
22:52
continue any political dialogue with our
22:56
Eastern neighbor Russia pick a reporter
23:03
please you could pick a reporter a
23:06
Baltic reporter ideally real news not
23:11
fake news god
23:17
you want to pick I think we have
23:19
anything do we have enough yes go ahead
23:22
pick mr. president
23:24
pick a reporter from the Baltics not the
23:27
same man he was very tough go ahead pick
23:29
a reporter yes go ahead
23:34
yes hi my name is Donald ray I'm from
23:39
Latvia so I have a question for our
23:42
president from Latvia you're going to
23:44
San Francisco after your meeting here in
23:47
Washington and you're meeting some
23:49
people who are making business
23:52
connections from Latvia and the US do
23:55
you see any any certain outcomes out of
23:58
that thank you first of all I think
24:01
during our summit I will repeat again
24:04
that we discussed how we can strengthen
24:07
our economic cooperation between Baltic
24:10
States and the US and of course my visit
24:15
to California to Silicon Valley will
24:20
give I think good basis for for better
24:25
understanding what our business people
24:29
need to be presented here and what I can
24:34
help how I can help them to be here
24:38
because anyway I think all these
24:41
cooperations between Baltic States
24:43
business people and US business people
24:46
is very important for our societies for
24:48
our business societies and as I said we
24:53
are thinking not only about investments
24:56
in our country and we are trying to make
25:01
better environment for investments in
25:05
our country but also our business people
25:08
are invested here and I think it is
25:13
important for both countries for Latvia
25:15
and for your for the US conclude by
25:20
saying that I'm very impressed with
25:22
these three great Baltic nations and
25:25
these three great presidents thank you
25:28
very much for being here thank you
25:29
everybody
25:30
thank you
25:49
you
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7.5  O «escudo» USA sobre a Europa



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UKRAINE ON FIRE

Discurso do Presidente da Rússia, Vladimir Putin, na manhã do dia 24 de Fevereiro de 2022

Discurso do Presidente da Rússia, Vladimir Putin, Tradução em português




Presidente da Rússia, Vladimir Putin: Cidadãos da Rússia, Amigos,

Considero ser necessário falar hoje, de novo, sobre os trágicos acontecimentos em Donbass e sobre os aspectos mais importantes de garantir a segurança da Rússia.

Começarei com o que disse no meu discurso de 21 de Fevereiro de 2022. Falei sobre as nossas maiores responsabilidades e preocupações e sobre as ameaças fundamentais que os irresponsáveis políticos ocidentais criaram à Rússia de forma continuada, com rudeza e sem cerimónias, de ano para ano. Refiro-me à expansão da NATO para Leste, que está a aproximar cada vez mais as suas infraestruturas militares da fronteira russa.

É um facto que, durante os últimos 30 anos, temos tentado pacientemente chegar a um acordo com os principais países NATO, relativamente aos princípios de uma segurança igual e indivisível, na Europa. Em resposta às nossas propostas, enfrentámos invariavelmente, ou engano cínico e mentiras, ou tentativas de pressão e de chantagem, enquanto a aliança do Atlântico Norte continuou a expandir-se, apesar dos nossos protestos e preocupações. A sua máquina militar está em movimento e, como disse, aproxima-se da nossa fronteira.

Porque é que isto está a acontecer? De onde veio esta forma insolente de falar que atinge o máximo do seu excepcionalismo, infalibilidade e permissividade? Qual é a explicação para esta atitude de desprezo e desdém pelos nossos interesses e exigências absolutamente legítimas?

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Before the Presidential Address to the Federal Assembly.



The President of Russia delivered
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January
15, 2020


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President of Russia Vladimir Putin:

Address to the Nation

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Parte Um: O Filho

Parte Dois: O Estudante

Parte Três: O Estudante Universitário

Parte Quatro: O Jovem especialista

Parte Cinco: O Espia

Parte Seis: O Democrata

Parte Sete: O Burocrata

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