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today we're talking to syrian minister of foreign affairs mr vali done one on each other thank you for joining us for. new express deserve at the last meeting of foreign ministers of arabic states in cairo on the situation in syria where is the opposition welcomed them how do you think the arab league has been playing a constructive room. unfortunately due to the so-called arab spring countries that had been playing a significant role in the arab league's operation are now busy with their own domestic issues and this doesn't help consolidated solutions hopefully this issue ation will be resolved in the short term and these countries will become a sufficient again in consolidating the common arab cause this is first do you think it would be reasonable to discuss a country's problems without its participation. segment a proposal was made at this consultative meeting to free syria's membership of the arab league this is very
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dangerous. participating countries spoke against this proposal how can one imagine resolving common are big problems without syria. and thirdly this proposal contradicts the league's charter as the board of the arab states leaders' has the power to suspend or freeze membership this power was breached when making a decision on libya and we're all well aware of what happened then to have the u.n. security council use the arab league's decision when adopting its resolution and then nato used this decision for its purposes. when arabs speak up with such proposals they understand the purpose of these actions in which is to undermine what remains of the common arab cause my view is the law and the opposition states that the syrian leadership has little time left to implement the reforms announced my president bush. but they're saying that the syrian people are paying with their blood for the laysan these reforms why is there such a delay in implementing them. and they sound like the first of all there is no
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delay lark on the contrary a universal reform program underway in syria will be implemented in a record six months compared to other countries including russia where reforms lasted for several years i repeat that this is a record short period of time with those who speak about reforms know that certain laws should be passed to see them through the include laws on political parties and parliamentary elections slated for next february there are also elections to local self-government bodies a law on the media should also be possible that a commission has been set up to draft the country's new constitution and how fast should these things go and these are crucial issues solutions to which will determine the face of the new syria a pluralistic and democratic country a model example to other nations in the region these hasty action reasonable these are serious problems that require serious approaches based on experience and international norms of judging from that i would say that the country's leadership
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is not slowing down reforms are and the deadline set by the syrian president are very short and in less than six months the country will see these reforms carried out and that is why i'm asking if the opposition really cares for the future of this country why it wouldn't begin dialogue and lay out some serious approaches to creating a new syria. as for the bloodshed a war let me ask you whether there's a regime anywhere in the world whose purpose is to kill its own citizens or rather isn't its direct purpose to protect its own. and citizens from terrorists we are confronted with an armed terrorist groups who have nothing to do with reform these groups are being armed and financed from abroad and every day syrian television reports new arrests of these groups members which are sowing terror what objectives do they have other than how to earn more money therefore we should differentiate the national opposition which is it favor of political economic reforms from these armed groups. and can you please do not know the trends these groups belong to and
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who's given them during our long national month. according to our information these are al qaeda groups operating from iraq also traditionalist forces and muslim brotherhood units have been discovered these units are financed from two sources and by his nonis organizations in the arab world including the gulf states as well as organizations based in european countries the second source is a weapons and drug smugglers. more running low or. statements are made in the west one after another with his security forces continued to use violence against the protesters we actually saw the security forces in the armored vehicles in the streets of he found in their own homes are soon steering our visit to syria where so many troops are needed in syrian towns like homs bob. to start with the west only pretends it is worried about
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human rights violations in syria if in fact it was the west that imposed economic sanctions that have hit the interests of the syrian population so hard if it were this is an obvious discrepancy within the western approach to syria that they have a plan which clearly foresee the parent of the ruling regime in syria followed by its complete overthrow that why are they doing this long to minimize syria's influence in the region and force it to abandon its independent stance the west seems to think that economic sanctions and will help topple our government though this is a. exactly why we should try to prevent this plan from being implemented secondly we have not used tanks for seven months we did use them in the very beginning to provide proper protection for our soldiers who are safe inside of them but no tank has fired on the battlefield so far it is natural that no country would welcome a terrorist group financed and armed from abroad these groups are a threat to citizens security and the work of state institutions and schools that
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yesterday three children were killed in one family there was a baby girl who among the victims who was not an even seventeen months old they why is that what they call reforms or is it terror and who right now you understand why i can openly confirm that we did deploy our security forces in the regions where militants are operating with allow. a lot of an opposition maintains the dresser security council resolution that he too was supportive of the syrian government's position whereas you say that this step prevented foreign intervention into serious domestic affairs as you know russia proposed a new resolution through a security council under consideration now again would further steps can we expect syria to sale should the sneering solution be approved by wessel and crowley allen much forty. first of the war we do not expect the west to approve russia's new resolution. secondly vetoing the resolution has created benefits syria
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but not only syria it gave us more time to implement reforms russia above all other states require the syrian government to implement the reforms in question and to maintain a comprehensive dialogue we did more than just make use of russia's veto we used to live from our reforms process and we agree with russia that any foreign intervention into our domestic affairs as an acceptable just as any attempt he may second omics actions against syria since they infringe upon the interests of syrian so that we are in the course of our consultations it became clear that russia is even more demanding than urging syria to forms and to maintain a comprehensive political dialogue another issue here is that russia is between the proposed resolution gave new life to the security council itself by stripping the usa of its decision making work awfully on the international this day oh yeah that's a very important thing just look at what there were not really did in libya iraq and afghanistan the truth is that the policy the united states is trying to
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implement here in our region is far from unbiased and they're not even their own policy approaches a policy that serves israel's interests that only truth and i worked in the united states when ten years and i know this to be true that i was if. you have taken steps to livy ate the impact of economic sanctions in place to get syria you off what really is russia playing in the will plans have been made with. and resolve the situation the rules here and how to work a lot of. the west and that is the european union japan and usa have levied economic sanctions against us and that impede our economic development if they expected these sanctions to bring down the ruling regime quite naturally under such circumstances syria must rely on its sources and capabilities i am here by say. that we have enough strategic resources we have over a year's supply of food and basic products to meet the populations demand starting
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with grain and so on and secondly we need to develop economic ties with countries pursuing an independent policy of countries which haven't joined this western iraq i mean such countries as russia india malaysia and china and there are enough states with developed economies and advantage events in science and technology and these are the states we shall develop our relations with the us by relying on our own capacities and building cooperation with friendly states we hope to make it through the current situation accordingly. it seems that turkey's close to recognizing the national council how will syria respond if this takes place. but i don't want to get ahead of events but turkey knows the scope of syrian turkish relations we signed the intergovernmental agreements followed by growth in trade and cultural exchange at the end goal is to establish strategic relations between the two countries we have been working towards this which in practice means that
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citizens of both countries can visit each other under a visa free regime hopefully we won't go as far as to destroy the results of all our efforts over the last ten years. could we move to a different some shocking or did damascus suit any preconditions before agreeing to receive palestinian prisoners it's known in the west has been pressure on syria off of hosting the hamas leadership or did syria now to any specific conditions before agreeing to receive palestinians that were released from israeli jails. we have to remember that syria has been part of the palestinian issue we handed over the golan heights in an attempt to resolve the issue it's impossible to break this strong link between syria and the palestinian problem which is manifested both in our support for the resistance movement and attempts to resolve the problem at regional and international levels therefore so. it's natural that there could be no conditional requirements.
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but i define it as a struggle for syria australia i do want to tell you there's no we're going to see the film on screen if you want to have sex go and have sex. a very warm welcome to you this is your news today protesters on the walls streets
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they have to. leave the sentence when your chance to choose says it's a good move for example the status of the human experiment is exploding with thirty weeks you'll probably isn't this rap music or did you know it was literally trying to make sense of political economy and its arcane things as financial templates each of the researchers clambering to maintain a confidence in markets and thinking on the primitive wants to be seen trade imbalances recession leukemia patients close to collapsing in sub prime loan foreclosed homes people. to fail so whipple a business again feel level i think is a us crash and imminent smash the ceiling team clear despite protests and clashes in athens three the i.m.f. import strikes me on just programs increase the total economy.
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top stories this hour naughty gadhafi may be laid to rest but the controversy surrounding him lives on amid speculation. he could have taken a troop of potentially damaging secrets to his. grave. california police race to the ground an anti wall street tent camp to protest the shelters apart and
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arrest dozens of peaceful demonstrators. fresh trouble looms for the eurozone as the promised solution to the worsening crisis becomes modern political bickering and leadership but. also the fierce fight for a new chair resurfaces a new study accuses u.s. led forces of deploying secret uranium implants weapons systems during the infamous iraqi packets unless the consequences of radiation are still being felt. brings up to date for the month with more news for in less than fifteen minutes from now in the meantime the latest sport with. well welcome to the sport here on r.g.p. coming to you from moscow with the rim on calls for plenty of ahead but first the headlines. losing start there as well that obama goes down to petrol in her opener
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at the w.c. championships after both learned they will leave russia and czech republic in the fed cup final next month. while the title is within range as the texas rangers a rally against st louis to close in on baseball's world series ground. and the policy off most of g.p. star marco simoncelli is flown back to italy as his team rizzi to racing pulls out of the final race of the season following the tragedy in malaysia. to his first and former finalist a veteran of all not all but has lost her opening round robin match of the season ending championships in is some bull hampered by a shoulder injury shift picked up at the moscow desert and last week the russian went down to check that beats on spectrum in straight sets the reigning wimbledon champion winning in just under an hour and a half six to six for the final score while top ranked same carolyn wozniak to gain
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the upper hand in its ups and serve it's also with her friend i miss her advanced up all hole and. up next on the bill three time grand slam winner maria sharapova will take on current u.s. open champion sam stosur from australia is a chance for sharapova alice was key as world number one following her shoulder problems it's the first time sharapova has made it to the championships since two thousand and seven and in order to have a chance of finishing the season as world's top blair she has to at least make the final also in her white group is world number four victoria azarenka. and french open champion. you know it's one of the toughest competitions of the year and then to know that you've made it in the menu here and you're battling for the top spot and since the last tournament you want to give it all you have you know it's a privilege to be here again without winning the u.s. open i doubt i would have been out to get he so it's amazing how quickly he can
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turn around and what goal is that can i put in winning a tournament let us. out of my career might be. trying to finish finish my good year off with a good time and in related news sharapova who has just recovered from an ankle injury will help her country in the fed cup final next month that will once again lead the four time for the champions after cold shot you've got to be shipping lanes and on change squad for their showdown with the czech republic in moscow. on a see above the chunk of city all start in their semifinals going champions it's a day in april world number three petra competes of all will spearhead this strong czech side and so on that obama will want to avenge her defeat in some bowl. czech republic is very strong and very consistent they have a lot of good players they are not only good in singles but they also good in doubles so it's going to be yeah it's going to be
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a tough challenge but we're excited about it i like a tough challenge and. i will try to enjoy it and i will try to do my best. the texas rangers have taken a three two lead in baseball's world series victory over the st louis cardinals that means the rangers can wrap up the title in game six in st louis on wednesday nights but they didn't have it all their own way in texas. who was down by the second inning molina and then skipped shoemaker given the cardinals and thirty needs however the rangers fight back started with a home run from next morning. and then in the six adrian beltre trade home run to the game before mike napoli secured the victory with the bases loaded he hit it. right center field and fourth finished the rangers with a three two series lead in the best of seven contests and just to win away from
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being crowned champions. was to have a beard who broke the law suit. because new broadband protocol the best game we can win. we can't be thinking about we've got to win his game because all of a sudden we might miss something we want to stay in the moment we just want to go play our game and if it's good enough wins the we'll win if it's not we play thursday but we certainly won't be out there thinking about we just got to win one game i've been there before and that doesn't work. the bugsy all g.p. rider mark assuming shelley has arrived back and it's only after the twenty four year old was killed in a crash at the malaysian grand prix last week someone shot his father paul and fellow rider valentino rossi were on board this flight several seven flying world champion rossi had mentors to munch on the butts he was involved in the horrific collision at the supplying circuit on sunday someone shouted lost control of his
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honda blag during the race and sustained fatal injuries after his helmet came off a public viewing of some of his body is planned for wednesday in his hometown of korea know with the funeral is you a day later while in the wake of the tragedy they sat in steamy greasy racing pulled out of the season ending grand prix in valencia next month. elsewhere there are three more races to go before the end of the formula one season and teams are gearing up for a plunge into the unknown this weekend as the high octane sport will make its debut in india the brand new boots international circuit will be the venue for the inaugural indian grand prix the track is deemed to be among the fastest in the world and though sebastian fed so and his team a red bull have already clinched the drivers and constructors world titles rivals are still in years of battle at the circuit just outside city which has plenty of challenges in store. but we have
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a lot of down up and down and. down and say and osho may need all the decor not as caught up to. show you basically. companies banking used to be a banking and the other kind of to be speaker of the main you know all of the breaking. into the corner. and find that it's a football where the battle has intensified between big spenders on g. and rookies cross clubs are for the crucial top eight spots in the russian football premier league with more games to go whoever prevails will join the elite teams vying for european football but for now let's take a look back at the net bulging action from over the weekend is goals go lower.
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could a few maybe later arrest but the controversy surrounding him lives on amid speculation he could have taken the truth of potentially damaging secrets to his. grave. california police race to the ground and then to wall street. protests to shelters
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apart and arrest dozens of peaceful demonstrators. and fresh trouble looms for the eurozone as the promise solution to the worsening debt crisis becomes modern political bickering and leadership rivalry. also the fierce fight for fallujah resurfaces a new study accuses u.s. led forces of deploying secret uranium weapons systems during the infamous iraqi battle it's alleged the consequences of radiation are still being felt. international news in comment live from moscow this is with you twenty four hours a day after five days of being on public display inside a meat market for the slain former libyan leader moammar gadhafi has been buried his body was taken to a secret ok.


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