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nearly patrick isn't. alone love for the fatherland and he treats trees and some other countries a pleasure which i would like to see where you are so sure to log on the question. nations and to protect them against the radicals not so usually you can also. see what it is. all too well what is your only help and assistance when the georgian leadership we know what protection is what action that we got in two thousand of. this person lose the only thing that saved us. our brothers and self-assertion from for genocide she would know they have a good day i bring us the water similarly for we must not yet stay outside of. what's especially since i would like to be quotable programs we have in the back
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and says. if. we do not take care of our future today will be no warning it we are so good you got to help with that with all the people i'm representing that cry and all of them we live for the support you disappear i thank you very much i give forward to mr penton living. there was to be. please everyone who would like to speak just come closer to the podium. because i'm with you know when i was a michael reagan cheer and we're here colleagues because when you literally if you want today i received a lot of phone calls from all the regions so has the word. and everyone has asked me what to do supports a subpoena that he really gonzalez citizen do you want to put up and millions of our citizens who live in the neighboring state of ukraine the hard way through forests to. secure visibility was.
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probably doesn't make sense to speak about them violence and all your crimes that going on there we know all of them. a loser the patients who can't just be patient anymore he page you know and i call you a not a little patient a little more you know what is the only thing i can say now it's a quote from my observation my aunt used to say to you mr blair was you sure that there was a slower the reddish i was there. which calls for the use of what one is rather than the wordsmith it's time for them down the you might have to put them in which i would like to say to them but probably shouldn't think to those who are threatening us from. you know who did it i'm sure because it has happened before it has happened before in regard to church you know we heard similar routes i had
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about one hundred. more self with south ossetia but you know what all these are. so are most natural urging you i'm calling you to use all right i want a constitutional rights. based on the article one hundred and two of the constitution voted for sending. troops to yours and on to the territory of ukraine i want to bring state to provide health nationality to the citizens when issues are they are on the territory of you crazy but thank you alexandra but also thank you mr r. looks on for going to give your post up with the people. that we actually did. see once i have quite a list of those who wish to speak so i'm just calling you know their dear colleagues. know that to you twenty years ago you. could just be probably the best and we entered the world as a democratic state. we're convinced it's not back
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down and know that this is a point to see over war not often it's and the more like values of human biology was if you know my rights all of them your most important things that matter the international community is right but what i do is since the day democrat i just saw right through the middle of europe right in the middle of to me right here it we're having a ball just act and block. crane is what i'm going to do with the carnival president he is going to sag but he was elected and he was accepting the just so bomb learn mrs burr go and leaders of democratic state so do you as an equal or are you going to kill someone else and he had their support and then all of the sudden . the oxer that a policeman who did not kill to resign or who did not get any partial fault. here
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he was not in. parliament but he had threats to his life and was almost certainly country very vocal this is very deeply alarming. i feel very strongly. about. how indifferent is the opposition partly of the international community in particular on the night it states or lou crop weighed in differently i'd want to be garnished if there was an international order in the human rights in the world to know europe and i'm very content to draw. absolute and if you like we're considering now. perfectly terms or you don't feel like you can secure shade on the legal framework from the point of view of the consideration of democracy to the whole of the protein constitutions of states i am fully convinced that we need to support this new i think i think it was
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a very lengthy which it isn't skipper said mr results peabody to head of the social policy committee john warner was a very dear colleagues. evening i'm here to turn you on t.v. when my father is around he's eighty five he's from the ukraine sometimes it's wrong of so many war and i'm just so weird for his wealth and even his life. trudel knew more business and it's hard for me cold to explain to him what is actually going on in ukraine in his. father was not just a question with regard to the i recall that i was on the ration committee. for the elections in the three hours over the years and certainly we had a lot of snow way oh oops for the government in ukraine.
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which is really really what color me and relationships but when other countries will develop the right way. and you can score was to be. seen as i come from cause region course car you want good on usual number of our regions districts. don't like rain and all our corporations are against going on bozo at every level in the news when the villages between various. people are friendly neighbors there because she wants to know what this regime is trying to what's going on there now is it your loss must. be a speech or from various social policy countries you walk by the worst thing in the same situation some floyd needed least protected layer of the population. but yet was such as children old people. will handle paul and i share of this concern and therefore i support the.
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proposals that came for the committees of the defense and the national office to support your c.p.u. if people can buy your floor to receive. from the committee on the budget. your colleagues. doesn't financially important. to your own economy are the news ations industrialization when millions of citizens of unity grain who work in the hobby industry such as machine building building. their future is now in the question of the species if you can do if you not to ensure financial. assistance that we're already given to ukraine and we will give also please if you . are now this is
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a show that has come about in ukraine the super bowl usually requires our immediate reaction they actually have russia and i support really. really new order to restore the constitutional order to ukraine to use the armed forces there was. also. so there was a chair you're calling. the president and his where he'll say to the counselor. gave his assessment of the situation in ukraine was extraordinary and she gave his reasons why the situation was extraordinary which the ban would have ground to support our president is. that we have to work on them across the draft of the resolution that we have worked out through
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our troops. and i would like to draw attention to the statements made by mr pugh office and the situation on rolling along a crane no you can it's a little dish and if you know it's a lot of the younger it's got this sort of an interior no damn game just something that's going on in ukraine for quite a while with the participation of external power was never on the united states i mean this people's history was you know go to gnome's and it was really look at you know you know that was the main power in life just so you should have a distance a lot of foreigners to how to create the situation in ukraine to be like that and they would like this is getting out of securing the fruit of the situation. whereas russia has always been open white moderate. position and our president has been
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even a people approach. to distanced. reproach for not instilling fear or see the difference between the risk to position is. there now more russians predation was the biggest threat and we're very pleased being guilty of that situation in ukraine and i will michael to. my knowledge before me and i believe that we also have is when you work out. recommendation for no president on this measurements and second thing i would like to mention. is the scene you know two or three days to that will have our next session with nothing control for the duration i am not proposing or are still good on the journey. but it was going to be able. with the first order measures to be implemented just in order to address the urgency question is why providing. we was more about we would solution
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a liberal probably need to address issues such as simplified procedures of giving the russian citizenship. or national laws or some other issues as much so i believe a group of such matters has to be considered in the work that is there for the third time i propose we should come under to the russian president for his attention draw attention not be international can. also use such a strong all the improvement that was signed it was a little conflict and pointers and you were brain. trauma near france there must be there responsibility for it thank your preferences. on stage mr to carlin has the floor now. water you may want to you know well my. colleagues coke is not
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a study just like many i was not real good have some of my family in ukraine we get a ship and we all speak the same language nor do we have one history order to receive and this history has a lot of your blood russian lard to protect the tree to tell both countries short of your school so use of. it was no lie all coming through a lot of difficult times in sorry to lose and draw some good in the was more stupid in the you know we have two groups and carla see quite unusual in three to four so quite a while franklin's that as well put some pressure on by as around us for sure india was more from a military hearing curious about a c. grade school rather than wanted to print sad cus it's the russians crying in peace both when the old ones we've got a situation of russians deflation in the national war college but i worry to much
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more lives in three support from the president because russia but the people story on this matter in this difficult time i also would like someone who is not so inspired most of it too little and that's good discipline for you must have as much to supplant us as you possibly toward fissionable and productively but he took your notion. prince music on the roof it leaks mation old polish reason you put his melody up story a one time listen also report. to court and to order for him is the only way this is only for. those who conflict with. insurance to melissa he said it was included for the wedding that he can thank you mr not kim has to for now. i wouldn't you may have a moment here dear colleagues a british national president russian president said it feels as if the. counselor
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for the race. i would say it is a responsible for a just and finally a pretty and it's object solution required now look who came to the hall going from a little red to cold nationalists processed this was just a trip for the past ten years. the americans have invested over foreign silly little dollars in refutable us creating those forces that seized the garden. which has created a situation with. you know. president is now the british version of the responsibility for the further development of the situation what you. know he has appealed to law as literally i said just. support his appeal.
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but the resilience of voters only to wish that the military from iraq should be a success is possible even though it was like a feeling that emotional stuff from the supreme commander. could make it a puzzle first deputy head of the commission on the project was asked well you know . it's thursday. based on your quarterly. as a bush partner in the bush and conference some people expressed concern with the situation. surely with the situation in crimea. bring your which is has to be resolved and people are a deal for russia to take part in the settlers or the situation room issue in a preemie this is a decision which i hope all will adopt today. but you have support of the i.c.c. wanted you to the statement given by all of my colleagues one year.
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and i would like to add the following. remark about the. chairman of the ministers are crying and you will wish has asked for financial help it's clear that crimes are measuring situation and. territory. when you. should know the tourism on the high seas no it's not but. they do have a need for. budget help so i'd like to propose. him so be it as you call regions. me there were at you and your command is where you build rapport should not allocate some budget or maybe extra budget part. i believe my calculations show here if each of the version you saw.
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zero one zero point one percent. for the try mia it will be enough to cover a few craning his essential needs but usually in your brilliant. such decision how it will be possible for we did back in the new. year's message board and they believe that if. the subject of the russian going generation is due process is removed i live in a world so do so with a treasure. but. this really mean the support areas but she was this will go in line with our support of the president's decision but it is what it are about thank you and i would like to ask you to please organize work. on monday we are having a committee session and i will put it on the agenda thank you mr list called no one has the floor. mr bianco i think because i believe we are losing time now the opinions are clear and i would like to propose
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a new world what do you think colleagues. started because i want you all right i will put it on the vote. to get you right. on the order a lot of financial question of time even. if you're not maybe a little bit members are responsible for the variations which you can allocate half of the year which is a roll of the little cell research journey much of it always easily so but find of the help for creamy people in ukraine. has been proposed to start the debate and begin the vote so please vote for that should we stop debate and start voting both in progress. happening at the. decision has been impossible. therefore i
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must always be right sammy sosa said on your book images of never shed a smattering you to put the decision of the joint committees for your consideration . i don't know if you will read this stuff or your statement counselor to the very notion of the russian who was recently one of them on the use of the armed forces of the russians very different on the territory of ukraine that's why they are having to change the reality of the police from the president of the russian thank you for your new based on the interests of the series of the same fifteen if you get all the citizens of government it generations our country's parliament and the new owner to restaff. contingent of the russian army and navy deployment of them to go green and the cordons it will do to national after. the autonomy
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problem of crimea and in the cordons is the chorus g. part one article one hundred eighteen of the constitution of the national transportation council actually passed on how the federal assembly and production federations are going to take our. two different stand still a few of the freshness a situation a to use the armed forces so russian president on the talk to your cronies outside intelligence normalization of the situation is the political situation in peru is achieved by. the way still this decision come into force on the date it is scary and. i am asking do you support the rituals at all do you have any questions for mr was or look at it it was no question the phone you have any was additions. to personally. i need for that entails on this traffic nobody yet started out in that case i am putting this decision on the vote only
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saw those who are in play right on the possum this is a part. of the joint committee is please vote your goal so when you give you my vote is progress. it is. the decision has been doctored to mislead. us almost silly specifics in the thought of going to sites we have a list of the silent. people who do not come to this urgent search least because we are. sure you put the also joined. so the issue. of our to see you should be. breaking news on our team to national as address to the committees of the russian federation council unanimously
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was no match for. deployment of troops in crimea until the situation stabilizes there and. of course following they have had racial councils debate on whether to agree to a president's request to use troops in ukraine and he joins us now live from bat well arena. yes indeed well how did now it seems that we have to understand exactly when the troops will be deployed in ukraine the diary session has. just a little over an hour perhaps now this of course comes after a official request has been sent from the current. leader of the core of these homes republic of crimea who has asked for russia's involvement in the situation he believes that this region is highly unstable and there is a lot of danger posed to his population not just to russian citizens who live in
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that part of ukraine and of course there were requests for you in the making to the russian president for all the upper and the lower house of the russian parliament who have also asked a very very similar request to the russian leader. very concern is of course the safety of russian nationals and russian citizens who live in ukraine for merely there is a lot of them in eastern ukraine and in crimea and this is sensually is the main reason for the situation that we have just witnessed with the the president sending his address to the federal council and of course the federal council holding a station in order to approve that. lie about from moscow with the latest update thank you very much indeed we're pretty sure that it will be talking to you again later of course but earlier the
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authorities in ukraine's southern republic of crimea the russian president for help following in attempts to count key administrative buildings by armed men sent by the new authorities in kiev and also he is that you can also join the live with the details how do you promote a crimea's appeal for help. well overnight groups of armed men sent from kiev tried storming in and capturing several local government buildings here firing weapons and using sound grenades the so-called self defense squads were able to repel these attacks but perhaps this was the turning point after which the crimean prime minister announced that he's temporarily taking over the control of all the crimean security services including the police the military the navy and border guards and he also asked russia for assistance to help protect the local population from any further of possible threats coming from kiev where he said power it was hijacked by extremists as a result of
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a coup now another thing which the local authorities did today was they changed the debate of the referendum aimed at deciding whether or not the crimea should have more independence from kiev the dateless change from me to march so it should be held in the very near is to future just explain the east and the southeast of ukraine where we are now our region is heavily populated by ethnic russians around ninety percent of people leaving living in these regions they consider russian as their native language this is according to official statistics and the general understanding here is that many of the new laws passed by the new afterwards there are against russians. he cannot fly from crimea you are thank you very much indeed for that update and now the food more. in ukraine i'm going to national reaction when i joined live in the studio by international relations expert mark to knock welcome so russia is
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planning to move a military contingent to crimea to stabilize the situation that so how's that going to help. well right now we've got a situation in the ukraine where russia felt that it had to act we have a putsch government that has occupied kiev. which has been led into power on the ground by violent mobs and a vanguard of what can only be described as all true nationalists and neo nazis particularly of such groups as the right sector and so on. so russia feels that this government which was formed came to power by force overthrowing a democratically elected president mystery and a covert who is currently forming a government in exile in russia. in rust off the dawn of the last we heard
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last evening that. what is happening in kiev is outside the bounds of all constitutionality all legal democratic process and we have seen some quite frightening developments in the past week under a wave of revolutionary terror across the ukraine pogroms of party of regions and communist party members we have seen these political party offices burned to the ground in mass numbers we have seen attacks on cultural and religious. and russia felt that in order to secure its border and to protect the right of russian ethnic citizens in the crimea and across the ukraine that they have been. forced to act and it should be said that. russia has identified that this is
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a direct result of western interference support and funding for this in kiev. not just explain to me i just didn't quite get that what about the rest of south eastern ukraine i mean a well russia's current be needed in those regions as well or just crying this is is the question and there is right now some analysis of the text that was just approved in the russian federation council that would actually allow for the deployment of russian military forces throughout the ukraine there's some question on that as far as i understand but that's what it seems to be at the moment we have seen quite remarkable developments across the southern and eastern ukraine today in what people are already calling the russian spring we have seen. citizens of the ukraine. and civil society groups protest in extremely large numbers and. actually
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take control of government buildings taking down the ukrainian flag and raising the russian flag in cities from me of turiya to marry opal near its heart of key protests you know death so lugansk this is a quite remarkable developments and there was. a kind of fetishizing the sumption of the attractive power of the e.u. within the western journalists governments and commentary of where they thought that the eastern and southern ukraine would just go along with these developments with this putsch in kiev and the people of the ukraine of the east and southern ukraine and particularly the crimea have clearly spoken today and they have said enough what reaction should we expect from the new authorities in kiev now because . some reports about the extraordinary session they're just about. right now but we
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have seen even by its supporters what has been described as completely ineffective statements today i mean earlier today yet in new york the opposition leader who claims he is the prime minister of the ukraine right now. has been saying that this is all part of a plot to divert tourism away from. the crimea towards sochi because of russia's investment in the. sochi olympic games and we can quite see in that this government has clearly lost the plot this regime that is taking control in kiev it is not clear that they have any control over the armed forces of the ukraine or over the intelligence services. the only forces that they clearly have at their disposal are these violent. nationalists and the paramilitaries of the right sector and quite clearly well
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they're very good for seizing government buildings and staging attacks on. riot police who are ordered not to use lethal force as much as possible. they are no match either in numbers for what is going on in civil society in the south in the east or certainly for russian troops being intervened into the. obviously we say that crimea is populated. percent of ethnic russian people but we can't forget about crimean tatars and they have also started forming their own self-defense groups right now can we say that we're standing on the brink of that. as nick conflict. there remains this possibility but. for the crimean authorities they are divided faction way and some of the factions of the crimean tatars have actually proclaimed openly for russia and against what they
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call the band the right forces of the regime in kiev that is particularly the right sector these supporters of the genocidal nazi collaborator stuff invent their own so it is not at all clear that this is even a majority of the crimean tatar community that wishes to. support the regime even as its leaders some of its leaders at least have said to the point of calling up arms ok mark let's leave it here for a moment of course we'll be back here in just a couple of minutes ukrainian policemen while who were removed from duty by the new government in kiev are already receiving aid from moscow those who are stationed in crimea are being offered a russian possible starting from this saturday more of a notion now reports this is the golden eagles swan song on the bare cook's
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ukraine's elite police force after weeks of deadly clashes in the capital kiev on the orders of the ministry of internal affairs to protect government buildings from rioters the barricades are no more. ukraine's new authorities were quick to disband the thousand strong and to write unit. former officers were made to publicly kneel in western ukraine and beg for forgiveness while locals shouted shame pelting them with objects. the country's acting interior minister posted on his internet page that the barrackers a finished for me a matter for political more for it's hard for us there are many among us who sacrificed their health and lives to protect citizens after twenty two years of service they just threw a sound like garbage it's painful. litter denisov spent two decades in the ukrainian police he says the barricades in kiev were simply unprepared to face
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armed protesters while trying to carry out their deity yet issues on friday during his press briefing in russia president called which did apologize for that really well equipped and armed bear could offices have had more out of cocktails thrown at them being shot at by live ammunition and killed i apologize to these courageous people who have stood up and suffered near magoo. well i can't say that i don't accept these apologies at the end of the day we didn't fight for you in a covert and it was not him personally we protected we tried to protect public order to allow the state to function. within the body of a show that to one of numerous videos posted only to show in their backyards inaction to keep silent while watching. these videos you can see what these people who have booklets of beating were doing before they were arrested what was
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going on that was a real war and only experienced people with special training could tolerate that and the violence they witnessed led to more violence there with the british if you were in the lead to more head of barracuda veteran association who believes that the warring sides were far from equal. the burqa to face the world financed and a well trained force there recognitions was excellent they knew about our tactics and strategies we were naked and blind. and. with their kids reputation now fatally undermined by the interim government in kiev there remains at least one place in ukraine where they are still respected ukraine's southern autonomy as region of crimea recognized neither kiev's new masters nor their laws and they refused to design the barrackers in fact they reinforce them instead this is the headquarters of ukraine's very good here in crimea so for aprile as you can see the building is surrounded by barricades and
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patrolled around the court so-called people's guards are here day and night they say they're worried about attacks this is the upside down reality of the crane today those whose mission just until recently was to secure a peace and prosperity of the country's population are today in need of protection themselves people here have different backgrounds they're from different ethnic groups but they share one common goal this is only one. protection berkut from the army of folks who came to power as a result of the armed coup they're controlling the puppet government that's fishing decrease at gunpoint including disarming and sermon birchard we're protecting their families burped services are also our protectors against people who are committing terror in other areas of ukraine those who gathered here say they don't want to foreigners but if it comes here they would be ready to resist even if they have to pay with their own lives raef notion r t from crimea so as we
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know thousands of ukrainians are currently protesting against new nothing groups on the mind on movement demonstrations are taking place in a number of cities across the east and south of the country with high to cold and deaths among them and how to cope with some sources suggest a hundred thousand protesters gathered to tell the new authorities to leave the city there are reports of clashes and gunfire causing some injuries in donetsk crowds have formed to tell the new leaders they're not welcome there and demonstrators have already taken the center of the city under raise the russian flag over the local administration. representatives of the new ukrainian government are already threatening to quite literally go a new career as a p.c. from the suborder pass he won't that kiruv could go back on its own constitution and restock its nuclear arsenals with six within six months and the situ reports.
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double standards going to war washington suffer sleepless nights and paranoia when it comes to the nuclear capabilities of countries like iran iran's nuclear program around strictly a program iran's nuclear program but the us turns a blind eye when it comes to provocative statements coming out of key have one member of the ukrainian parliament's ultranationalists aboard a party warns that a fresh a dozen tread carefully it will be dealing with a nuclear power that's the rhetoric despite ukraine signing up to the international nuclear nonproliferation treaty of one thousand nine hundred four there is a double standard when it comes to the way that the united states deals with supposedly nuclear threat from iran which let's not forget there is absolutely no evidence whatsoever that iran intends to develop nuclear weapons for for aggressive military purposes unlike iran the warning from the ukrainian lawmaker includes an actual deadline of just a few months this in a conflict torn country where even the most pessimistic predictions ended up
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becoming a reality but none of that seems to disturb the u.s. the money that we can't use to be good for the hungry in the united states and in europe that money is going to support nazis in ukraine with nuclear ambitions who are looking to destabilize the region and whose sole goal is the destruction of russia yet another example of hypocrisy flying high from a country that touts itself as the world's leading democracy and cannot r.t. new york. so how real is kids nuclear threat sound funks on the country's atomic industry so ukraine gets hold of its energy from nuclear sources one with plans is europe's largest. the reactor is designed in russia jews are historical ties between the atomic agency but is that enough to make a weapon well ukraine does have facilities and scientists in that field but it lacks its own fuel getting no weapons grade material from russia now you can still
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put together a dirty bomb with that without wasting much time to get to their right to enrichment level but this would break ukraine's international commitments not to use or produce nuclear weapons and contradict its own constitution and to a delivery vehicles a nuclear payload can be fitted in a simple artillery shell all rocket and let's now take a look at they suggest a time frame six zero well actually from three to six months isn't enough to construct an atomic bomb as we know it but it is enough for a radioactive dirty bomb although political and economic analyst not is see from the globalist news website things they scenarios quite unlikely to reduce threats are probably be extremely irresponsible blots but it's very alarming to hear them being made in the first police new government which is now emerged didn't keep. other figures like the opposition state with the lease to act
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in the responsible manner to earn the deserved respect and trust and cooperation of the international community that comment is disastrously card to productive and should be seen as search. and of course. is monitoring the situation for us in the federation council's debate over whether to agree to the president's request to use troops in ukraine and she joins us now live. so what can you tell us on that i can tell you that the debate is over as of now we do we have a decision by the federation council to allow for the russian president to want to go ahead with a plan to intervene in ukraine's ongoing crisis or rather to do it to go ahead indeed with troops on the groud in the neighboring country now the stipulation for this move on behalf of the russian president is the fear is that the situation which seems to be deteriorating further in ukraine is putting in digital lives of
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russian national nationals russian citizens and the russian. military naval base of course in crimea this is the main reason why there was even concern in the first place among both houses of the russian parliament who have actually were the first to request russian intervention in this in this situation with ukraine in the first place both of them have addressed the russian president early on saturday and even before that there was also a message from the current head of crimea has personally the russian president that the situation is dire and he does want to see russia's help on the ground because of the many radical extremist groups who seem to be permeating and coming in from various other cities in ukraine not just to crimea but to other places so this is a situation that we're looking at right now you know exactly when we could be expecting to see russia in military contingent in ukraine is not yet clear but
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because the federation council has been incredibly quick in voting yes on this matter really we should be waiting for too long. all right. he's there in english though with an update every now thank you very much indeed for that and we continue on just going to throw to you mark right now because well as we just heard the federation council has voted unanimously to send troops to crimea to ukraine and won't stop scandal will the west take now. this is a serious question. up till now the support that the west has provided for the putsch regime in kiev has been limited to financial aid reportedly some training and political support inciting crowds. in kiev and so on whether the nato. or
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individual member countries such as the united states will take the escalation and resort to an armed intervention in support of this push regime in kiev seems to me to be somewhat unlikely simply because that would bring them into direct conflict with another nuclear armed power the russian federation. however if you would have asked me if russia would take the steps to protect its national interests and restore stability to the ukraine a few days ago i would have also said it was unlikely so at this point anything is possible. information we have that a key of self appointed prime minister promises to rule in crimea is via tourist industry by blocking entry from russia belarus and to europe unless the russian troops leave or to make a i don't think it's anything that should really be taken very seriously at this
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point obviously there are much bigger issues. at stake. at this point then tourism we are looking at potential. conflict between states at this point so tourism is is the least of anyone's concerns of this man show. there were also heard the president going to call the edge promising that hey we'll continue to fight for ukraine and he will return realistic. statements well i think that people are suddenly taking it far more realistically than they did just yesterday during president unocal which is speech to his country and to the world from rostov. president can be described at best as an imperfect president but he is still the democratically elected and legitimate president and at this point the only
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legitimate authority in the ukraine. certainly it would seem likely at some point that we will see him return at least to the crimea in the very near future. market just the latest so we have the one the vice speaker of the russian federation council has called for russia to recall with some bands that are from the u.s. because of president obama's aggressive rhetoric he was reacting to obama's thread that moscow's actions in the ukrainian crisis could prove costly requests from parliament could now be sent to the russian president so what can you make of that . i think right now emotions are flying a little hot both in the federation council and obviously on the streets. throughout the south and east of the ukraine while. the assertion that the united states and other western countries have interfered in the
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political process is in the ukraine causing russia to respond likewise to restore stability in the constitution order are valid i don't think that the escalation at this point of removing the russian ambassador to the united states and what is an extremely crucial moment. is likely the vote may go through but whether putin would actually sign such a declaration and make it into effect seems unlikely to me. and also the threats from some quarters calling for ukraine to or build nuclear weapons we just had a report on just a huge like explanation about what's going on there and they say it's a leverage against russia what reaction can we expect from the west ok i again this is. things that are being said and repeated on the internet in an extremely emotional and somewhat hysterical vein the fact in particular that
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this was said bice for. party members a party that is now part of the regime. whose leader all the china bark it was posing in photo ops just a few months ago with sen john mccain and victoria nuland in various european officials he has been described repeatedly in academic and journalistic literature up until a few months ago as a neo nazi. so at best in alternation a list so the fact that he should be speaking of the ukraine regaining nuclear weapons i think could only be taken as a sign of panic and desperation and should. in any real fashion. mark let's leave it there for a moment just to remind you of our breaking news this hour so the federation
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council as you know unanimously votes for deployment of troops in crimea until the situation there stabilizes and also the vice pico the russian federation council has called for russia to recall its ambassador from the u.s. because of president obama's aggressive rhetoric of course we'll keep a very close eye on this developing story how things escalated in moscow and in crimea and earlier the authorities in ukraine southern republic of crimea the russian president for help following an attempt to capture a key administration buildings by armed men sent by the new authorities in kiev she's a gorgeous going off has more now. both groups of gunmen from kiev attempted to capture several government buildings here in the crimea fired arms and used sound grenades as well but these self-defense squads managed to repel these attacks although there are reports of injuries are more of them now local authorities are
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saying that they will continue to protect the crimea from any radical threats coming from extremists who hijacked power in kiev as a result as a result of a coup and we are also hearing from the local prime minister the prime minister office autonomous republic that he's now put all the local security forces including the police the military the navy and the border guards under his personal control. of the police and now demoralized the security forces are incapable of controlling the situation and there are armed groups on the territory of crimea taking all that into account it's been decided that temporarily i am in command of all the security forces in crimea and they follow only my orders. the authorities here have also changed the date of a referendum aimed to decide whether or not crimea should gain more independence from kiev the date has been changed from may to more so basically in the very
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nearest future and also authorities here in the crimea are asking russia for help russia is deeply concerned with the recent developments in crimea in the early hours of march the first man sent from key have made an attempt to seize the interior ministry of the crimean autonomous republic this treacherous provocation left several people injured. thanks to the resolute actions of the self-defense squads the attempt to seize the building was repelled this latest incident proves that certain political circles in kiev a rigger to destabilize the situation in the crimean peninsula we are to those who issue such orders from kiev to show restraint we believe that a further escalation of the already tense situation in crimea is irresponsible. you just listen to a statement coming from the russian foreign minister was sure said it's quite a lot about these attacks which happened over the night here and said it's very
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unproductive for than your thought is. to aggravate the situation here like that. crimea is appeal for russia's hold and its staunch opposition to the current or former issues in kiev is rooted in the region's complicated history crimea was long part of russia and in the us a side belong to the russian soviet republic and nineteen fifty four that's when the soviet leadership decided to hundred over to ukraine that of course no one thought the u.s.s.r. would break up like it did in one thousand nine hundred one and crimea was left as part of independent ukraine but the majority of people living there continued to associate themselves with russia as you can see more than a hobby population all they've been insular ethnic russians ukrainians and crimean tatar minority in the republic now even more people in ninety seven percent of the whole population in crimea use the russian language in their daily life and work so
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when the new authorities in kiev put forward a language bill that revoked the rights of native russian speakers it's punk's protests and calls for greater independence from the ukrainian capital just a bit of history for you. all right just to remind of our breaking news this hour the russian federation council has voted unanimously to send troops to ukraine to stabilize the situation there and protect the russian majority as well and second part of it is that the russian federation council suggested to revoke the you are some bastard or. from the russian ambassador to the u.s. and of course more news in just a couple of minutes stay with us here on out international anoxia botha will be here with my colleague buildup to discuss the situation in ukraine as well as here in moscow.
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breaking news on t.v. russia's parliament approved the use of military forces in ukraine following a request by president putin and an appeal for help from authorities in crimea. and on the sword on administrative buildings in ukraine's crimea ordered by kiev is thwarted by local self-defense forces in response the republic's prime minister has taken control of all security personnel and sped up a referendum on greater autonomy. also russian federation council wants to recall its ambassador to the u.s. after threatening words from president obama our breaking news this hour.
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live from austria center in moscow this is our international with the twenty four hours a day so we start with the breaking news this hour and that is that russia's upper house of parliament has voted unanimously to approve the deployment of forces in ukraine until the situation stabilizes president putin had asked the senators to support the move because of the extraordinary situation ukraine which represents a threat to the lives of russian citizens our compatriots and the contingent of russian armed forces located in the autonomous republic of crimea according to an international treaty stated in the constitution of the russian federation i asked the upper house of parliament for permission to use armed forces new crane until the situation there is stabilized. well not easily has been following moscow's
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reaction to those events in crimea joins me live now from moscow and you know so they've approved then the deployment of those forces in ukraine but what do the m.p.'s want to see next. well at this point it does look like of course we will have they will have to figure out exactly when and in what capacity and what numbers the troops will be heading to ukraine again this is not a hostile takeover as it probably is going to be portrayed by many people out there particularly the western media as well who could already be possibly having a field day in fact that if they declared russia russia's in war in ukraine before the federal council has even voted on it this is a very touchy situation and we have to understand that the main reason why we have this about is first and foremost because both both chambers of the russian parliament are extremely concerned with the safety of russian nationals and russian citizens who live in ukraine particularly in eastern ukraine and in crimea so their safety and security is their main concern here and they're also concerned. has been
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on the rise over the past several weeks especially coming from. some radical nationalist groups such as the like sex to openly consider russians to be there and to me and they pose a very palpable threats to russians living in ukraine and then of course there was peel from the officials in crimea who themselves the russian government particularly president for help in order to stabilize the situation we have to keep in mind this word that stability is the main. option here the main goal and not a hostile takeover thanks very much indeed for that loan from central. only the authorities in new cranes so the republic of crimea the russian president for help as we heard from the arena full going to attempt to capture key administrative buildings by.
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the new authorities in kiev. brings us the details on that. overnight groups of armed men sent from kiev tried storming in and capturing several local government buildings here firing weapons and using sound grenades the so-called self defense squads were able to repel these attacks but perhaps this was the turning point after which the crimean prime minister announced that he's temporarily taking over the control of all the crimean security services including the police to merge each of the navy and border guards and he also asked russia for assistance to help protect the local population from any further of possible threats coming from kiev where he said power was hijacked by extremists as a result of a cool now another thing which the local authorities did today was they changed the debate of a referendum aimed at deciding whether or not the crimea should have more independence from kiev the date was so changed from may to march so it should be held in the
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very nearest a future just to explain the east and the southeast of ukraine where we are now regions heavily populated by ethnic russians around ninety percent of people leaving living in these regions they consider russian as their native language this is according to official statistics and the general understanding here is that many of the new laws passed by the new afterwards there in kiev are aimed against russians. appeal for russia's help and its staunch opposition to the current authorities in kiev is rooted in the region's complicated history crimea was long part of russia and in the u.s.s.r. it belonged to the russian soviet republic until one thousand nine hundred fifty four that's when the for soviet leadership decided to hand it over to ukraine back then of course nobody thought the u.s.s.r. would break up like it did in one thousand nine hundred ninety one i mean it was left part of an independent part of ukraine but the majority of people living there continue to associate themselves with russia as you can see more than half the
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population of the peninsula are ethnic russians ukrainians and a crime in time. as are a minority in the republic and even more people ninety seven percent of the whole population in crimea use the russian language in their daily life and their work so when the new authorities in kiev put forward a language bill that revoked the rights of native russian speakers it sparked protests and calls for greater independence from the ukrainian capital. well the vice speaker of the federation council here in moscow has called for russia to recall its ambassador from the u.s. because of president obama's aggressive rhetoric and he was reacting to obama's threat that moscow's actions in the ukraine crisis would prove costly federation council chief agreed saying the leader's words were disrespectful to the russian people requests from parliament could now be sent to president putin. for more on this developing situation in crimea he's still with us here in the
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studio to give us his view of what's happening international relations expert mark for those who just joined us could you just outline exactly what that threat is for those ethnic russians living in crimea at the moment and what has prompted this response from the moscow parliament. i think. originally when this putsch government came into power with the help of the violent mobs of the might die on this vanguard of all true nationalists and neo nazis with the right sector and it should be said with the support of western funding and political backing russia at first the russian government looked for some form of compromise they looked for signs that a responsible government would take place in kiev that they could at least do business with. and what we've seen instead is the
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appointment of a number of extremists to. the this putsch government in particular and ruby who was formerly a co-founder of the social nationalist party a simple turnaround of national socialism a outright neo nazi and dmitri the leader of the. violent ultranationalist right sector both of whom have made many statements previously about their contempt for the russian ethnic people of the ukraine and for russians and russia itself so clearly they regard the russian government was faced with taking this as a threat not only to the russian ethnics living within the ukraine but also as a potential national security threat to russia itself and right now putin has got support then to send in troops is that really likely to happen is it something that
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could happen soon or is this more of a gesture at the moment. i would say considering that what we have seen in the crimea today and the question of the identity of soldiers and civil defense units self-defense units that are formed locally supposedly led by ex members of the brecourt now officially members of the records again as the. prime minister has reinstated the force. i would say that this point it is far more than likely that we will see russian forces. at least in the crimea or at certain if that happens we've heard that the klitschko of course one of the leaders the opposition there in kiev he is actually just said he's ready for general mobilization so if we get that sort of response from the
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kiev government we actually talk about war here. vitaly klitschko this opposition leader he can make claims. on behalf of the put government to mobilize the ukrainian armed forces but this government has demonstrated no ability or no clear indication that they have control even of a majority of the ukrainian armed forces in the intelligence services i have serious question about whether in fact that a significant number of them wouldn't fail to follow his orders the prob the ukrainian truth newspaper a a pro. putsch government newspaper it should be said in the u.k. and reported earlier today that prime minister yatsenyuk had asked that the turkey close of the strait dardanelle streets to the passage of
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a ukrainian frigate. which supposedly has lowered its ukrainian flags and raised the russian naval ensign and was heading back to sevastopol this and several other indications the fact that we have no clear reports of ukrainian military units resisting the self defense and whatever other forces are taking control of the crimea leads me to believe that there are serious doubts that this push government has any real control over the ukrainian armed forces or out well the interior minister the new interior minister said this is a military invasion and occupation and of course those are the sort of words we're seeing in the western media at the moment people very clearly concerned about what's happening the u.n. security council is holding an urgent meeting today on this developing situation now what response do you think we will see now from the west bearing in mind of course what a bummer has said there will be costs well first of all it's rather difficult to
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call the state invasion of the crimea it's difficult to invade the willing. i have family in the crimea and i think the vast majority of the population there have clearly demonstrated that they are entirely in favor of what's happened very much there is russian military there is a significant forces reportedly over twenty five thousand russian forces normally in the naval base station there. these people look to russian for their identity and right now they are looking for russia for their safety and security and the restoration of stability. so i don't think either in the crimea or in much of the south the rest of the south and the east of things escalate there as well that we can in fact call this a invasion if anything a liberation described as a stabilizing force so how we're going to get stability there well i think we've
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already seen a degree of stability restored at this point reports are that life is is going on quite as well in fact. people in service the poor have regarded it as a carnival atmosphere with the people basically celebrating what is happening in the streets so that is a good indication certainly what we've seen in harkov today is an indication that there still is instability in other areas of the country that. certainly are going to weigh into events in the days ahead thanks a lot stay with us because great to talk to you more on these developments there in crimea and ukraine of course you mentioned the east of the country too so just to remind you that russia's parliament has indeed approved the use of military forces in ukraine that's following a request by president putin and the pill for help from authorities in crimea itself we'll be following those developments getting more expert analysis and of course international reaction to this latest news here on r.t.
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from the u.s. because of president obama's earlier statements on the situation there in ukraine well that thousands of ukrainians are currently protesting against near nazi groups and the my down movement demonstrations are taking place in a number of cities across the east and south of the country with a cock of donetsk among them in the dark of some sources suggest one hundred thousand protesters gathered to tell the new authorities to leave the city there are reports of clashes in gunfire causing some injuries there and in donetsk crowds have formed to tell the new leaders they are not welcome demonstrators have already taken the center of the city and raised the russian flag over the local administration well ukrainian police officers who were removed from duty by the new government in kiev are already receiving aid from moscow those who are stationed in crimea are being offered russian passports starting from this saturday are reports . this is the golden eagles swan song the best cook's ukraine's elite police force after weeks of deadly clashes in the capital kiev on the orders of the
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ministry of internal affairs to protect government buildings from rioters the barricades are no more. ukraine's new authorities were quick to dispense a thousand strong and to write unit. former officers were made to publicly kneel in western ukraine and beg for forgiveness while locals shouted shame pelting them with objects the country's acting interior minister posted on his internet page that the barrackers a finished for a new master for politico more for it's hard for us there are many among us who sacrificed their health and lives to protect citizens after twenty two years of service they just threw us out like garbage it's painful when you know victor denisov spent two decades in the ukrainian police he says the barricades in kiev where simply unprepared to face armed protesters while trying to carry out their
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deity yet issues really on friday during his press briefing in russia president called it did apologize for that i believe well it. could offices have had a lot of cocktails thrown out there being shot at by live ammunition and killed i apologize to these courageous people who have stood up and suffered any new magoo. so they can say that i don't accept these apologies at the end of the day we didn't fight for you on a covert and it was not him personally we protected we tried to protect the public order to allow the stick to function. within the body other i show that to one of numerous meetings pasted on the t.v. show in the backwoods inaction he keeps silent while watching. on these videos you can see what the people in the booklets of beating would doing before they were arrested what was going on that was a real war and only experience people with special training could tolerate that
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a little and the violence they witnessed led to more violence to do with the british of cuba in the middle of the dinner had a very good veteran association who believed that the warring sides withdraw from equal. the berkut space their well financed and a well trained force there in a sense was excellent they knew about our tactics and strategies and when they couldn't blind. it. with their kids reputation now fatally undermined by the interim government in kiev there remains at least one place in ukraine where they still respected ukraine's southern autonomy as region of crimea recognized neither kids new masters nor their laws and they refused to design the bankers in fact they reinforced them instead this is the headquarters of ukraine's vericut here in crimea so for opel as you can see the building is surrounded by barricades and patrolled around the core so-called people's guards
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are here day and night they say they are worried about attacks this is the upside down reality of ukraine today those whose mission just until recently was to secure a peace and prosperity of the country's population are today in need of protection themselves people here have different backgrounds they're from different ethnic groups but they share one common goal this is only one. well protection emerged from the army of folks who came to power as a result of the armed coup they controlling the puppet government petitioning the crees at gunpoint including disarming and sermon birchard where protecting their families burped self-assertion are also our protectors against people who are committing armed us here or in other areas of ukraine but of all those who gathered here say they don't want to filings but if it comes here they would be ready to resist even if they have to pay with their own life's rich nationality from crimea. representatives all the new ukrainian government are already threatening to
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quite literally go nuclear a deputy from these forbode a party warns that kiev could back down on its own constitution and restock its nuclear arsenal is within six months they started checking the reports. double standards going to war washington suffer sleepless nights and paranoia when it comes to the nuclear capabilities of countries like iran around nuclear program iran's nuclear program iran's nuclear program but the us turns a blind eye when it comes to provoke it if statements coming out of kiev one member of the ukrainian parliament's ultranationalists cobbled up party warns that a fresh a dozen tread carefully it will be dealing with a nuclear power that's the rhetoric despite ukraine signing up to the international nuclear nonproliferation treaty of one thousand nine hundred four there is a double standard when it comes to the way that the united states deals with supposedly nuclear threat from iran which let's not forget there is absolutely no
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evidence whatsoever that iran intends to develop nuclear weapons for for aggressive military purposes unlike iran the warning from the ukrainian lawmaker includes an actual deadline of just a few months this in a conflict torn country where even the most pessimistic predictions ended up becoming a reality but none of that seems to disturb the u.s. the money that we can't use to be good for the hungry in the united states and in europe that money is going to support nazis in ukraine with nuclear ambitions who are looking to destabilize the region and whose sole goal is the destruction of russia yet another example of hypocrisy flying high from a country that touts itself as the world's leading democracy and r.t. new york. so our breaking news this hour here in our international russia's upper house of parliament has voted unanimously to allow the deployment of military forces in ukraine until the situation there stabilizes let's listen to the statement that has just recently be made. that's part of the of. the from the
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president of the russian thank you for your show based on the interests. of the safety if you get all the citizens of government generations our country's parliament and the military staff of the little contingent of the russian army and navy deployed in the crane and the cordons international after. the autonomy's republic of crimea and in the cordons because the core is g. part one article one hundred seventeen of the constitution of the question you have to ration if you look at our council if you actually pass on how the federal assembly or production federations. give you notes to give you can stand still a few of the russian a situation or to use the armed forces the russian federation on the total or ukraine money that's an entirely reasonable illustration of the situation is the
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protocol situation you prefer is achieved. still this decision. to sign it on the date is you sad. well earlier president putin had asked the senators to support the move following an appeal for help from the authorities in crimea it's an autonomous republic in the south of ukraine that does not recognize the country's new leadership the president's spokesman has however stressed that the approval does not necessarily mean it will be implemented in addition to approving the troop deployment the federation council is planning to was prudent to recall russia's ambassador from the u.s. because of president obama's earlier statements on the situation in ukraine saying there will be costs now the move comes in reaction to the threats by the u.s. leader that moscow's actions in the ukrainian crisis could actually prove to get some sort of response from the u.s. although it wasn't specified exactly what sort of response that would be well that will be of course following those developments here on r.t. international we'll have a live update from moscow itself and also some expert analysis here in the studio
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stay with us more after this short break. judy cox a utah mother out of spite but an entire line of t. shirts at a popular chain store at her local mall the reason that she bought them was because she feels that the images of nearly naked women on them violate her local towns decency code she wants to make it clear though that she feels the store has the right to sell this type of shirt just not displayed in an exterior window ultimately her plan is to return the shirts on day fifty nine of the store's sixty limit let's hope for her sake they don't have a no return policy i bring this up because this is a great example of a nonviolent form of protest that actually works cause the scandal and more importantly it will make the company lose a few dollars technically the girls on the shirts are even fully exposed believe me i checked thoroughly and i would even call them r. rated the local communities have the right to be more conservative than the rest of
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the nation if they want to be and it's good that judy cox actually did something rather than just sitting at home on the air complaining about moral decay across the country if a housewife from a small mormon community could stand up to the man what's stopping you but that's just my opinion. the economic ups and downs in the final. days that sank night and the rest of life it's a neat take it will be every week. this is a joke you're mentally ill of children and. we can't get over it seems to be running
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out of steam as well as cold. this energy crisis that we america and obama is wise and far sighted is not about to fight it's futuristic like that you don't accept life like riverside do. we continue with our breaking news this hour russia's upper house of parliament has voted unanimously to approve the deployment of armed forces in ukraine until the situation there stabilizes president putin had asked the senators to support the move because of the extraordinary situation in ukraine which represents a threat to the lives of russian citizens our compatriots and the contingent of russian armed forces located in the autonomous republic of crimea according to an
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international treaty as stated in the constitution of the russian federation i asked the upper house of parliament for permission to use armed forces new crane until the situation there is stabilized. so you've got to be getting that approval has been following more action to those events in crimea joins me now from central moscow. decisions are being made very quickly today in moscow me absolutely but we still have to keep in mind that one of the most important aspects of this decision making process and that is the fact that even though the russian president has asked for the federation council's permission in order to put the troops down on the ground in ukraine now he has to actually make that final decision so it's not all all greenlight it's not it's not exactly happening within the next couple of hours we still have to hear from the russian president yet again on this obviously very important matter now to backtrack a little bit how this all got to the point where it is at the moment well we have
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heard from the officials in crimea who have asked russia for help and then earlier on saturday both the federation council and the state duma which are essentially two chambers of the russian parliament have appealed to the russian president saying that they simply cannot. concerned with the situation in ukraine which seems to be not just destabilized right now but seems to be deteriorating even further and they are worried about the radical extremist groups that are operating on the ground the likes of the nationalist right sector who are putting in dangerous situation the russian nationals and russian citizens who live in ukraine particularly in eastern ukraine and in crimea and it's the concern for the safety and security of these people there are some nationals that has been driving the events that are happening in the legislative area of russia right now but again important to remember that it doesn't mean that the troops are going to enter ukraine immediately we still have to hear from the russian president about his
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concrete decision on that subject ok for the moment thanks very much. in central moscow well earlier the authorities in ukraine's southern republic of crimea the russian president for help following an attempt to capture a key administrative buildings by all men sent by the new authorities in kiev. brings us now the details on that. overnight groups of armed men sent from kiev tried storming in and capturing several local government buildings here firing weapons and using sound grenades the so-called self-defense squads were able to repel these attacks but perhaps this was the turning point after wish the crimean prime minister announced that he's temporarily taking over the control of all the crimean security services including the public the police the military the navy and border guards and he also asked russia for assistance to help. from any further possible threats coming from kiev where he said power was hijacked by extremists as
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a result of a cool now another thing which the local authorities did today was they changed the debate of the referendum aimed at deciding whether or not the crimea should have more independence from kiev the dateless a change from made to march so it should be held in the very nearest a future just to explain the east and the southeast of ukraine where we are now a region is heavily populated by ethnic russians around ninety percent of people leaving living in these regions they consider russian as their native language this is according to official statistics and the general understanding here is that many of the new laws passed by the new off towards the end of our and against russians. well appeal for russia's help and it staunch opposition to the current authorities in kiev is rooted in the region's complicated history crimea was long part of russia and in the u.s.s.r. it belonged to the russian soviet republic until nine hundred fifty four now that's when the soviet leadership decided to hand it over to ukraine back then of course
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nobody thought that the u.s.s.r. would break up like it did in one thousand nine hundred one and crimea was left as part of independent ukraine but the majority of people living there continue to associate themselves with russia as you can see more than half the population of the peninsula are ethnic russians ukrainians and crimean tatars are a minority in the republic there now even more people ninety seven percent of the whole population use the russian language in their daily life and work so when the new authorities in kiev put forward a language bill that revoked the rights of native russian speakers it sparked protests and calls for greater independence from the ukrainian capital. well the vice speaker of the federation council has called for russia to recall its ambassador from the u.s. because of president obama's aggressive rhetoric and he is reacting to obama's threat that moscow's actions in the ukrainian crisis could prove costly the federation council chief agreed saying the leaders words were disrespectful to the
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russian people a request from parliament could now be sent to president putin who has the final say on any recommendations. well let's get more now on the developing situation in ukraine and indeed what's being said here in moscow most is still with me here in the studio mark this call to get the u.s. ambassador back from the united states to moscow what you make of that that's really increasing the tensions now between moscow and yeah i think that this is something is being done in the height of a motion by members of the federation council. myself i think it would not be good for the current situation it would only certainly escalate tensions to a much higher level and certainly at some point. both russia and the united states and the european as well union as well are going to want to de escalate the situation when they can both agree on that and i don't think this would be helpful
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i do not see president putin following through with this but was it helpful or said there will be costs certainly night now it should be taken that i don't think it should necessarily be taken to mean that the united states would militarily intervene in this stabilization operation in the ukraine it is far more likely that he is simply talking about what will obviously be economic or rapper questions for the rest russian federation obviously the european union the united states will not look. on this the business climate is will undoubtedly get worse and if we were in a cold war before this point i don't see any conceivable way how if we when we come out of the situation that we will not definitely be in one so he's far more than likely talking about economic costs however the open natured way of the way he said
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that could certainly be interpreted and probably wasn't her predicted by the russian federation as a potential military threat we talked earlier about whether the fact that the parliament had agreed for those troops to be deployed in ukraine would actually go ahead now in the said he's going to decide on this it doesn't necessarily mean it's going to happen is he waiting for international reaction on this or already the needs of those people those ethnic russians in crimea far more important to him well i think that what we've seen across the south and the east today has been a political awakening that is in higher li and particularly pro russian nature that is an entirely new phenomenon in the politics of the south in eastern ukraine since one thousand nine hundred ninety two i think it could actually be said that actually the party of regions influenced as it was by all the guard
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in the ukraine kept these sentiments within these populations politically neutered these restraints have been removed because of the crisis situation and we've seen. a political cultural and a values awakening. we're advertising this as the russian spring and that is the way of right well let's just talk about that we've also been concentrating on crimea itself but of course thousands of ukrainians are currently protesting against the neo nazi groups and the my damn movement demonstrations are taking place in a number of cities across the east and south of the country so it's not just crimea we're talking about here. sources suggest one hundred thousand protesters gathered to tell the new authorities to leave the city there are reports of clashes and gunfire causing some injuries in the crowds of formed there to tell the new leaders they are not welcome and demonstrators have already taken to the center of the city
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and raise the russian flag over the local administration so as we can see that this is having an impact throughout the whole of the country and just getting back to what's happening in crimea at the moment this idea that russia is in effect coming to help ethnic russians in the country would that be seen as in many ways a sigh of relief or more like rallying the troops as it were perhaps from the situation make tensions even worse well from the perspective of the russian ethnics and those other citizens of the south and eastern ukraine that look towards russia for cultural and political orientation i think that what they saw today in the ukraine inspired them. what they saw in the crimea inspired them i think that what we're seeing is a cascade effect so we're looking at the country spreading in half because even when you take over it was still there all these tensions in my down in independence
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square people saying the country is basically going to split into two is that really what's happening now we can certainly see politically that's the way it's playing out now whether it will split in two. and what percentage is that will be that's open to question at this point we've certainly seen. a counter reaction to these revolutionary and ultra nationalist forces of them i don't in fact a western journalist commented today on twitter that what they're seeing in the southern eastern ukraine is like a. looking glass and vision of what my dan was a kremlin perspective talking about this split and also of course that the idea that there could be a major division earlier we spoke to international affairs writer. he believes that russia can actually help any split any civil war that could perhaps unfold there in
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the country let's hear what he has to say. any attempt by the mom bachar see that has gained power in key of to establish its writ in not only crimean peninsula but also in the such other southern parts such as a day or so nikolayev and eastern provinces donetsk and hardaker of can only lead to an outrage civil war ukraine is internally divided between people in the center and the west who have a radically different self perception and radically different values and images of the future for themselves to people in the east and the self and in the long term i think that the russian leaders realize that some form of federal if not confident will order is the only way to prevent further bloodshed disintegration
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of this somewhat hybrid country ukraine is scared being told was the scene to gratian or at least a form of federalize ation to which the russians can make a stabilizing contribution so what does he mean by that federalization are we perhaps even looking at a republic scenario where perhaps crimea could become republican the east as well well the crimea already has an autonomy as sure the republic status of course is not part of russia not part of russia. so. i think that this will be determined through negotiations with this push regime in kiev and of course also with the western in the e.u. powers that have backed it. but with this quite passionate pro russian sentiment that is playing out on the grounds in the south in the east i think that at some point you will have problems reigning this
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in. the people there the crowds that have gathered at the least they are calling themselves. at this point which the russian government might find particularly politically uncomfortable right but of course there could be a bill that will be a referendum on even more independence in crimea thirtieth of march has been brought forward so here is a chance for the people to speak but will it actually be recognize their sentiments what they really want. well the we've seen several changes in this. referendum it's been brought forward. the date quite significantly because of the crisis as of right now the wording of this referendum questions are a little awkward and i would not be surprised to see that the actual questions asked will be revised again in the coming days before that referendum is. certainly
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in the crimea i think we can definitely expect to see that whatever options are given to them somewhat probably more extreme option will be chosen thanks very much for the moment more from you a little later here in the meantime we're going to take a short break and we'll continue with our look at the developments there in crimea and of course throughout the whole of ukraine this is an international live in moscow.
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i marinate join me. in that impartial and financial reporting commentary contributor and much much. only on bombast and open. in two thousand and chime one of the first things released by wiki leaks was a secret video recording that actually looked like a video showing two american political officers opening fire on a dozen people in iraq this is not a means to live in a society images of violence become normal this is why the sense of isolation and lack of empathy. we try an experience in place that only disassociate. and embodied action. we also have seen from certain kinds of. i absolutely am frightened of the potential games
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desensitize people we know they can because the military uses games nations. of war is not so sure but it is chilling and killing. exacts a penalty of the killer. people for whom it is defined by the popular media. we continue with our breaking news this hour here on out international russia's upper house of parliament has voted unanimously to allow the deployment of military forces in ukraine until the situation there stabilizes and president putin had asked the senators to support the move following an appeal for help from the
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authorities in crimea which is an autonomous republic in the south of ukraine that does not recognize the country's new leadership the present spokesman has however stressed that the approval does not necessarily mean it will be implemented in addition to approving the troop deployment the federation council is planning to ask putin to recall russia's ambassador from the u.s. because of president obama's earlier statements on the situation in ukraine and the move comes in reaction to the threats by the u.s. leader that moscow's actions in the ukraine crisis could prove costly well that we are getting some live expert opinion here and analysis on what's happening in ukraine with mark you watch various news channels obviously papers throughout the world some will say military invasion occupation aggression from russia and then of course there's always the other side of the story so what do you make of the way that the media is interpreted this current development now in ukraine you know we compare the way it's being portrayed in the russian media and the way it's being portrayed in the western media we see a completely opposite. the room you could refer to it as
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a bizarre world completes split between the two different perspectives of the situation and i think part of this plays into the way the western media has constructed a narrative mythology of their vision of the events that happened with the my don where they completely willingly ignored. the violent and extremist elements and their actions in pursuit of their ideological goals and their vision of i think they were projecting a bit of themselves on to the situation i think it shows that they have a real lack of understanding of some of the people in this part of the world certainly there are surprise towards the developments today in the east and the south with the right and you can expect that sort of a long coat you the idea that russia russia is deploying troops in another country
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you're bound to get that sort of reaction are you. certainly the reaction of the russian employment stabilization forces is. a shock to i think. both the western media is going to because of what happened to georgia of course and echoes of what happened to georgia with south. are certainly what is being called the mine but i think there's also a surprise and perhaps even a bigger surprise what we've seen with this political awakening in the east in the south and part of it is they have a finished fetishist belief in the attractive power of the e.u. which we've seen both economically in terms of prosperity in terms of democratic and political legitimacy and in terms of moral and social values that attractive power has decreased while we've seen at least in this part of the world russia's soft powers of attraction have we don't want to draw too many parallels to see what
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happened with georgia self-assertive a cause here but it was universally agreed eventually of course that georgia made that first move and russia did react so to start drawing distinct barrels or comparisons to the two is not fair is it. every situation like this has distinct differences and while the even the e.u.'s internal assessment of what happened in georgia. the primary instigation for the conflict came from the liberal saakashvili regime in an attempt to. the west during commentary and media continues to try to present a completely different vision of that so certainly. i think that we'll see the same repeated with what is happening but. you can characterize it as the east against the west. any chance of a military response from any. any european country is very unlikely we're not going
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to see a war unfold here between nations are we we might see tensions between ukraine and russia but not why didn't that ok well there are at least two different ukraine at this point and one of them doesn't the one sitting in. not much legitimacy i would say. may not have. a significant control over the ukrainian military forces to present much of a conflict with russia right but yes i agree that the west at this point it would seem unlikely that they would militarily interfere with the stabilization operation nobody's talking about at the moment because he doesn't have a lot of support in crimea is there any way that he could back on the scene there ok i wouldn't exactly say the president has a lot of support in the crimea the sentiment towards president is that however
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imperfect he still is the democratically elected and legitimate and that these forces that have taken control in their western backers had no right to make that despite what you say the legitimate fact that he's gone he's finished. i think that president you know coaches political future we will see him return at some point to. as a form of legitimization of the stabilization of supports from ethnic russians. he has a certain amount of support in the fact that he was the democratically arrested president whether he has a political future within the country or within a portion of the country at this point that remains to be right let's talk about the political future here we have this interim government in ukraine what's the next step elections and of course the constitution the two thousand and four constitution will mean less power for the president so you can see stronger
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parliament in the future what's going to happen ok i think that is. a little premature to speak of those changes of this point because right now we are in a situation where military forces are being deployed to stabilize the situation in fact the statement coming today from russia is that any elections held. these situations would be completely illegitimate. so how do you get this stability then it's got to be political stability that's and dialogue and talking between everybody that's the only way to resolve this is political stability will come once there is physical stability to hold the conditions of an election on the ground there is a bit of a catch twenty two involved but we have seen clearly in stabilisation operations in other countries that the west has been involved in that it is problematic to hold
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elections while there is violence or the threat of violence on the ground of course is not so straightforward as it were of course the majority of those in crimea russians but of course you've got the ukrainians and the the top as it were as well who are muslim so you've got to take into account their sentiments and of course they're very vocal. they are. some segments of the many should be said that not everyone who is ethnic ukrainian or russian necessarily has the political views that you would expect. ethnicity although certainly the majority of the russian ethnics do but they're often there's no quite clear indication of where russian ends and where ukrainian begins their as for the tours they are also politically split so it would be wrong to say that all of them feel negative in fact some of them expressed support for what is going on because the language minority bill that
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was removed by this put your government also affected the torah language let's talk about people that you've got family in crimea how is the ordinary ukrainian being affected by this no matter what their loyalties are the economy is collapsing how is it affecting daily life now ok well we have seen an economic deterioration in the falling the economic situation has been bad but it hasn't been dire as of yet it will get dire in the days ahead unless a political settlement between all the powers is reached. the service is the way the country is running at the moment when you see the devastation there in kiev it's no is any wonder the country is actually operating. i mean i think it is a bit of a wonder and i think it's operating simply on a little bit of momentum at this point because it is not at all clear that this puts government what amount of control they actually have over the government institutions not only throughout the entire ukraine but even within that immediate
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section and in the west in the center they would seem to the strongest grip on at this point and you talk a little earlier about how quickly this is all happening has it come as a real shock to ukrainians the sheriff the fast moving events there and how it's affecting their lives i think it's affecting everyone's lives at this point and i think ever all of us are a little bit shocked by it and at some point where we're all going to have to take a step back and take a deep breath well that's exactly. it isn't there and do you think that is going to happen a lot of rhetoric flying between everybody at the moment all parties involved just your final thoughts about where we go in the next twenty four hours. in the next twenty four hours what right now the emotions in crimea are for celebration they're popping champagne bottles at least a great number of them are. sober assessment i think will come tomorrow and i think
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that we might see a bit of a deescalation of the situation most of over thank you very much great to talk to you thanks for your time here live in the studio well just to recap president putin earlier had asked the senators to support the move following an appeal for help from the authorities in crimea it's an autonomous republic in the south of ukraine that does not recognize the country's new leadership present spokesman has however stressed that the approval to deploy those troops in ukraine does not necessarily mean it will happen it will be implemented in addition to approving the troop deployment the federation council is planning to ask president putin to recall russia's ambassador from the u.s. because of president obama's earlier statements on the situation there in ukraine the move comes in reaction to the threats by the u.s. leader that moscow's actions in the ukraine crisis could prove costly that brings up to date for the moment when of course have more for you in just over five minutes from now from ukraine stay with us our international.
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a responsibility and simply come to pay through the eyes of children if we can't do it for our children for future what is the country will say. we'll call it on the road side to the car skidded at breakneck speed and fell into a ditch and i was thrown out of the car it was like a broken dome it wasn't a single soul piece left that's it i thought if i lived and had a chance to start my life from scratch with that i would start making goals to help children into its component right after he was born the baby was all in casts. his legs are getting bigger and the ortho cysts get too small so we have to order new ones said lorna has raised money for us she helps us to get the leg braces. five years after my potentially fatal injuries in a car crash i gave birth to my little missy i think she's my reward for helping all
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those children who are selling the dogs to buy life for the children. they look like bounty yard. where the locals can enjoy the song the ocean. but what was buried here years ago. means these people are suffering the consequences. how much more poison lies on the this ground. some and behind this knowledge of that there is what we call the collect bank on which there is a because it alters the code you left by security test which calls for this person of radionuclides despite what you know the screening efforts there remains the don't hold it last a little less than two of the laws of the tony and when your stomach feels iraq going out all the coral reef and over south of miami just down nuclear tests and
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down on camera. things are. breaking news russia's parliament approved the use of military forces in ukraine following a request by president putin and it appealed for help from authorities in crimea. to sort of ministry buildings in ukraine crimea ordered by. local self-defense forces in response republic's prime minister has taken control of all security personnel and sped up a referendum on greater autonomy. forces federation council wants to recall a time passage there to the u.s. after threatening words from president obama.
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from our studio center in moscow this is r.t. international with you twenty four hours a day and we start with our breaking news this hour russia's upper house of parliament has voted unanimously to approve the deployment of armed forces in ukraine until the situation there stabilizes president putin had asked the senators to support the move because of the extraordinary situation ukraine which represents a threat to the lives of russian citizens our compatriots and the contingent of russian armed forces located in the autonomous republic of crimea according to an international treaty as stated in the constitution of the russian federation i asked the upper house of parliament for permission to use armed forces new crane until the situation there is stabilized. well i have been following moscow's reaction to events in crimea joins me live now from central decisions are being made very quickly then today in moscow indeed they're being made with the lightning
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speed at least what it seems like however it doesn't mean that we should jump the gun and literally and figuratively speaking because of the final decision rests with the president president putin who has to say yes or no whether to deploy troops on the ground in ukraine and he hasn't done so yet that point has been emphasized by his spokesman. but he does have the permission to do it just in case the reason for perhaps a need for this permission from the federal council is the fact that russia is russia's officials including of course the president and both houses of the russian parliament are incredibly concerned with this situation surrounding the radical extremist groups. particularly of the national person of nationalistic perseveration who are openly of phobic and who are permeating. their ears branches of the ukrainian government and are making themselves quite clearly present in
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a lot of places in ukraine where a lot of russians actually do reside and it's protection of russian citizens and russian nationals in ukraine particularly in the east of the country and in the thomas republic of crimea that is the reason for the decisions made by the federation council and of course before the appeal inactions off the russian president arena thanks very much indeed for that live update no doubt more from you go by in the meantime thanks artie's really going to go very well earlier the authorities in ukraine southern republic of crimea also the russian president for help as we just heard there following an attempt to capture key administrative buildings men sent by the new authorities in kiev but if you could just cannot brings us the details on that. tonight groups of armed men sent from kiev tried storming in and capturing several local government buildings here firing weapons and using sound grenades the so-called self defense squads were able to repel these attacks but perhaps this was the turning point after which the crimean prime
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minister announced that he's temporarily taking over the control of all the crimean security services including the police to merge each of the navy and border guards and he also asked russia for assistance to help protect the local population from any further of possible threats coming from kiev where he said power it was hijacked by extremists as a result of a cool now another thing which the local authorities did today was they changed the debate of the referendum aimed at deciding whether or not the crimea should have more independence from kiev the date was so changed from may to march so it should be held in the very nearest a future just to explain the east and the southeast of ukraine where we are now our region is heavily populated by ethnic russians around ninety percent of people leaving living in these regions they consider russian as their native language this is according to official statistics and the general understanding here is that many of the new laws passed by the new afterwards there in kiev are aimed against
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russians. crimea is appeal for russia's help and it staunch opposition to the current authorities in kiev is rooted in the region's complicated history crimea was no part of russia and in the u.s.s.r. it belonged to the russian soviet republic until one nine hundred fifty four that's when the soviet leadership decided to hand it over to ukraine back then of course no one thought that the u.s.s.r. would break up like it did in one thousand nine hundred one and crimea was left as part of independent ukraine but the majority of people living there continued to associate themselves with russia and as you can see more than half the population of the peninsula are ethnic russians ukrainians and crimean taught as a minority that in the republic now even more people ninety seven percent of the. the whole population in crimea use the russian language in their daily life and their work so when the new authorities in kiev put forward a language bill the revoke the rights of native russian speakers it sparked protests and calls for greater independence from the ukrainian capital. while to
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further discuss the events now in ukraine and the international response i'm joined live from belgrade by political analyst alexander package that examined do you think russia's decision to potentially send troops to ukraine after all the decision hasn't been quite made yet to do that would it that should be stabilize the situation there or further escalate the tensions while the escalation is being engineers from kiev i think russia at each point of this crisis three months back has really been destabilizing force here i mean the let's remember a day they offered a lifesaver to ukraine back in december fifteen billion dollars the president who. rejected it so russia is doing the next step but this is just a preparation for the next step and they keep emphasizing that they're waiting for
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a legitimate government to be in place once again and here and the next step deploying troops and saying that russians are at risk their lives are at risk there are ethnic russians in ukraine is there really such a need for this step is the threat a reality. well it's a reality one of the first acts of these installed coup d'etat in voice to revoke the russian language so i think it shows their their intentions toward the russian populace and i mean this was it's almost like a purposeful purposeful baiting of russia and i think what it seems the hidden hand behind the new powers in kiev i think that's what they're after i think they're after provoking russia and i think russia as not being allowed itself to be provoked right now but is taking the minimum necessary to protect its own people and its own treaty interests and talking of those new political figures there in kiev that they're already calling for a response to
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a general mobilization of their own troops how big is the danger then of a war and perhaps a subsequent breakup of the country when we hear this sort of rhetoric kind of it's it kind of pushes itself it's just provoking more extreme and extreme measures i mean why wasn't it possible to just hold to the agreement of february twenty first i mean new elections were agreed then you know could richard read to them everyone agreed to them it was brokered by the you the next day they practically ran you knew could reach out of town so i mean whatever they're doing now in kiev they're escalating the crisis so i'm not surprised that this call for mobilization i think it's logical from what they've started in the direction they seem to be drawing talk about the international fallout now the russian parliament wants the ambassador to the u.s. recall mallory's moscow facing a new cold war with america over this. again it's up it's really more up to
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washington i mean president obama was saying that russia will pay the costs he will be able to take consequences if it takes in the steps in the ukraine i mean this is provocative talk instead you should have just had a talk with the russian leadership about this crisis before it came to this point so really once again it's washington that's behind the. key of right now and they're baiting moscow and it seems the cold war mentality has remained west of the berlin wall now you know in belgrade you're talking just not from that the moment you see any similarities between the current situation there in ukraine and the war in yugoslavia back in the ninety's just finally absolutely i think it's almost blueprint the blueprint was what was happening in yugoslavia this is copy paste
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practically when you use extremists to destabilize the country you recognize them wherever they take power and then once the extremists you sponsored are in place then you call for others to respect the integrity of the country but you know you use neo nazi sees you use the they use them in croatia in bosnia during the ninety's they're using them right now in costs of all as well so i think you look at the elements from western ukraine this fall with the party it's the same sort of thing same sort of people they got their training in the west and they were sent from the west to foment destabilization. xander thanks very much indeed for that good to talk to political analysts and examine public live from belgrade well the federation council has called for russia to recall its ambassador and we're just discussing that with alexander called an ambassador from the u.s.
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because of president obama's aggressive rhetoric will go to cohen joins me live to tell us more about this reaction so tell us what actually caused this do you think well bill as we understand moscow has not yet decided to drop the russian ambassador to the u.s. but the russian federation council or the russian senate is preparing to address president putin with such a proposal whether or not the president will go through go through it this is not clear at the moment there has been no u.s. reaction to this specific news about the possibility of withdrawal of the russian ambassador but the white house has steered tensions on friday one person obama said russia would pay if it interfered in ukraine take a listen we are now deeply concerned by reports of military movements taken by the russian federation inside of ukraine the united states will stand with the international community in affirming that there will be costs for any military
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intervention in ukraine. just on the heels of president obama's threats president puts and takes up the request of the crimean parliament and sends it to the russian parliament for approval russian duma president obama had earlier said if russia does intervene militarily he would reconsider his trip to russia in june for the g eight summit this is clearly a new low in u.s. wash relations that have survived many storms before. but this one will bring is still in the fog we know that the u.n. security council is meeting this saturday to discuss the situation in ukraine and we'll keep you updated on that things going in thanks very much indeed for that going to come live in washington we'll learn more analysis on the turmoil in ukraine for in just over a minute here on our international do stay with us. dramas
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that can be ignored. stories others refuse to notice. places change.
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so picture. from around the globe. we continue with all breaking news this hour here not international russia's upper house of parliament has voted unanimously to and the deployment of military forces in ukraine until the situation there stabilizes let's listen to the statement that has just been made. that's part of the of. the appeal from the president of the russian thank you for your show based on the interests. of the safety of the citizens of government three generations our country's parliament and the military staff of the contingent of the russian army and navy deployed.
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crane and the cordons national. theater the most republic of crimea in the cordons who is the chorus g. one article one hundred seventy two of the constitution of the. council. russian federation. to give concerns to you of the russian it's a generational to use the armed forces so russian federation on the terms. of this situation is the political situation you prove. this decision. on the date it is scary and well just to recap for you if you just joined us president putin had asked the senators to support a move to deploy troops in ukraine following an appeal for help from the authorities in crimea to more thomas republic in the south of ukraine that does not recognize the country's new leadership in kiev the president's spokesman has
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however stressed that reproval does not necessarily mean it will be implemented in addition to approving the troop deployment the federation council is planning to ask putin to recall russia's ambassador from the u.s. because of president obama's earlier statements on the situation in ukraine and the move comes in reaction to the threats by the u.s. leader moscow's actions in the ukrainian crisis could prove costly for more on the developing situation and the international fallout over this is with me here in the studio just a few thoughts quickly we have got a church card live from washington talking about that reaction from the u.s. and indeed the call for the u.s. ambassador to be returned back to moscow. is it a cold war really reemerging here or is that just too premature and an exaggeration because tensions are high. people were talking seriously about a cold war before this situation and i don't think it can be stressed
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the severity of the reaction this will be treated within the western press and western governments i don't see how we could come out of this in any situation but a cold war and it should be said that it's not necessarily just a matter of russia certainly other governments around the world china iran others were looking at this attempted. putsch coup in the ukraine so close to russia's natural. national and cultural interests and saying when is this going to stop but it doesn't come as any surprise of course that you are going to get that reaction from the west it is a low i mean isn't it the fact that putin has now got an agreement to send troops to ukraine to another country sending troops military troops to another country is never a matter to take lightly and certainly the fact that this time it's only really the
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second time that russian troops have been deployed in another state since the end of the soviet union will be remarked upon certainly in eastern europe with a great deal of hysteria as putin overreacting. no i i can't say that putin is overreacting either in terms of russia's national interests or in the interests of protecting. the lives and the rights of russian ethnic citizens in the ukraine in just the last couple weeks because of the developments that have been incurring there the paramilitary control of the streets this raft of rufus rusa phobic legislation that has been passed by this putsch parliament the there. one hundred and forty three thousand ukrainian citizens have requested asylum in russia in the last two weeks according to reno and people really do think
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that are in danger here. i think that there is certainly a great degree of. certainty that certainly their safety was put in jeopardy and certainly we could save their lives we have seen the literal pogroms and which ones particularly of communists and party of regions officials and party members in the last week when the new regime in kiev one of their first priorities is to create a ministry of lustration and put. a party member in charge of it and as well how this could be a priority but they passed a law. removing the ban on nazi propaganda and symbols with in the ukraine certainly that can only be interpreted as well as the
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removal of russian language rights as a regional official language as a threat to not only russian ethnic people but anyone who looks to within the ukraine towards russia and russian called let's look at the idea now looking towards russia because thousands of ukrainians are currently protesting against and you've just been calling the neo nazi groups and movement demonstrations are taking place in a number of cities across the east and south of the country and we're not just talking about crime in here we're talking about of course the the brush ethnic russians in the east of the country talk about call hall call for example that some sources suggest a hundred thousand protesters gathered to tell the new authorities to leave the city there are reports of clashes and causing some injuries in dinette sq crowds of form to tell the new leaders they're not welcome and demonstrators have also taken to the city center and raise the russian flag over the local administration so even
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before we had was removed from power there was a talk of a major division in the country is not really what we're seeing now you know i think there is a huge division in the country between the east in the south and the west. on the other hand in terms of identity it to a large extent the national identity that has been created and brought to a fever pitch with the events of the my daryn over the past three months is based to a very large extent on a hatred of russian roots of phobia and when a large percentage of the population is russian ethnic and a much much larger percentage of the population is russian speaking and here's the russian culture obviously we can see that it is very difficult to have a country which through nations within it have diametrically opposed cultural values it's difficult to see how they can co-exist or i will talk more
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about that perhaps federalization or republican whatever could emerge in the future but we could talk about those later. developments squat soon here on r.t. so do stay with us for the moment in the meantime ukrainian police officers who were removed from duty by the new government in kiev are already receiving aid from moscow those who were stationed in crimea are being offered russian passports starting from now on the notion of has more in this. this is the golden eagles swan song the bear cook's ukraine's elite police force after weeks of deadly clashes in the capital kiev on the orders of the ministry of internal affairs to protect government buildings from rioters the barricades are no more. ukraine's new authorities were quick to dispense a thousand strong and to write unit. former officers were made to publicly kneel in western ukraine and beg for forgiveness while locals shouted shame pelting
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them with objects the country's acting interior minister posted on his internet page that the better because a finished for a new master for the go more for it's hard for us there are many among us who sacrificed their health and lives to protect citizens after twenty two years of service they just threw us out like garbage it's painful when you know little denise of spent two decades in the ukrainian police he says the barricades in kiev were simply unprepared to face armed protesters while trying to carry out the idea yet she was really on friday during his press briefing in russia president called it did apologize for that i believe well it. could offices have had a lot of cocktails thrown out there being shot at by live ammunition and you killed i apologize these courageous people who have stood up and suffered any new magoo. so they can say that i don't accept these apologies at the end of the
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day we didn't fight fianna coverts and it was not him personally we protected we tried to protect the public order to allow this thing to function. within the body other i show that to one of numerous beatings pasted on the t.v. show in the back or to gnashing he keeps silent while watching the young warrior on these videos you can see what the people in the crew to beating it with doing before they were arrested what was going on that was a real war and only experience people with special training could tolerate that a little and the violence they witnessed led to more violence could be with the british if you were in the middle of the dinner had a very good veteran association who believes that the warring sides with off from equal work is only the burqa to face their world financed and a well trained force their recognitions was excellent they knew about our tactics and strategies we were naked and blind. and.
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with their kids reputation now fatally undermined by the interim government in kiev there remains at least one place in ukraine where they still distracted ukraine southern autonomy as region of crimea recognized neither kids need masters nor their laws and they refused to disarm the bankers in fact they reinforced them instead this is the headquarters of ukraine's very good here in crimea so for opal as you can see the building is surrounded by barricades and patrolled around the clock so-called people's guards are here day and night they say they're worried about attacks this is the upside down reality of ukraine today those whose mission just until recently was to secure a peace and prosperity of the country's population are today in need of protection themselves people here have different backgrounds they're from different ethnic groups but they share one common goal this is certainly one. well protection from
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the army of folks who came to power as a result of the armed coupe they controlling the puppet government petitioning decrees have gone towards you clued in disarming and sermon birchard where protecting their families burped self-assertion are also our protectors against people who are committing. every sort of ukraine. those who gathered here say they don't want foreigners but if it comes here they would be ready to resist even if they have to pay with their own life's rich nationality from crimea. if you just joined us a recap on our breaking news this hour here on out international russia's parliament has just approved the use of military force in ukraine following a request by president putin and also an appeal by the leadership in crimea and no decision has yet been made whether that deployment will go ahead and also we're learning that the russian federation council wants to recall the ambassador to the u.s. after threatening words from president obama because the latest developments we'll
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get more for you as soon as we get the latest updates on the movements in ukraine and crimea here on r.t. international stay with us more to come. minnesota vikings football player jared allen unlike many pro athlete stereotypes is actually doing something for society with us and f.l. fame and fortune he is providing homes for turning wounded u.s. veterans good job mr allan generally for some reason wealthy people don't do much to help other people besides giving money to charity to get some sort of tax break kickback the thing they don't realize that helping other people out is actually in the best interest of rich guys too if they would ever just stop to think about it a little more so mega wealthy that you could live in total isolation you're going to have to deal with the rest of the people in your country and the better off that average guy is the less likely he's going to need to steal from you to get by
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ellen's work is fantastic because it gets veterans out of a desperate situation returning home wounded trying to struggle to find work in a bad economy and treat their wounds in a massively over expensive medical system here ellis plant is a drop in the bucket for the over twenty million american servicemen who have come back home but it shows that a wounded veteran with a place to live as a much better chance at a good life and the fewer vets there are living under a bridge the better society will be but that's just my opinion. this is. just your mental. and if. we can get over it seems to be running out of steam as well as cold water to treat. the supply this energy crisis such as we have the obama is wise and more such light is futuristic. next likely to be precise.
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international live here in moscow it's our breaking news this hour russia's upper house of parliament has voted unanimously to approve the deployment of armed forces in ukraine until the situation there stabilizes president putin had asked the senators to support the move because of the extraordinary situation in ukraine which represents a threat to the lives of russian citizens our compatriots in the contingent of russian armed forces located in the autonomous republic of crimea according to an international treaty as stated in the constitution of the russian federation i
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asked the upper house of parliament for permission to use armed forces new crane until the situation there is stabilized. well to set him a goodish has been following reaction to those events in crimea joins me live now from central moscow decisions be made very quickly that's a very moscow absolutely it does seem so however it doesn't mean that we are bound to see russian troops on the ground in ukraine tomorrow because still the russian president has the last decisive word in this and the fact that he has permission from the upper house of the russian parliament doesn't mean that he's necessarily going to do that that point was actually reiterated by the spokesman for the russian president just a little bit earlier on saturday and now earlier on today as well we have seen both houses of the russian parliament this federation council and state duma appealed to the russian president with the request to help the russian citizens in the russian
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nationals a living in ukraine because they consider the situation to be putting them in grave grave danger because of the radical extremist groups who have been operating in ukraine the likes of the nationalistic right sector is what we're talking about here it also permeated branches of the government there's also talk about banning russian language as a reason all the regional language in a lot of these. regions and there that's kind of situation is something that is considered to be highly unstable and dangerous for some of the population the russian population in ukraine and hence the request coming from the legislative branches off the russian government again however we have to keep in mind that the final decision of whether or not to put russian troops on the ground hasn't been made which is which lies with president putin thanks so much thanks very much let's go live in central moscow well earlier the authorities in ukraine southern republican crimea and also the russian president for help on an attempt to capture
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key administrative buildings by all men sent by the new authorities in q one brings us the details on that. overnight groups of armed men sent from kiev tried storming in and capturing several local government buildings here firing weapons and using sound grenades the so-called self defense squads were able to repel these attacks but perhaps this was the turning point after which the crimean prime minister announced that he's temporarily taking over the control of all the crimean security services including the police to merge each of the navy and border guards and he also asked russia for assistance to help protect the local population from any further of possible threats coming from kiev where he said power it was hijacked by extremists as a result of a cool now another thing which the local authorities did today was they changed the debate of the referendum aimed at deciding whether or not the crimea should have
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more independence from kiev the date was so changed from may to march so it should be held in the very nearest future just to explain the east and the southeast of ukraine where we are now our region is heavily populated by ethnic russians around ninety percent of people leaving living in these regions they consider russian as their native language this is according to official statistics and the general understanding here is that many of the new laws passed by the new afterwards there in kiev are aimed against russians. while crimea is appeal for russia's help and its staunch opposition to the current authorities in kiev is rooted in the region's complicated history crimea was long part of russia and in the u.s.s.r. it belonged to the russian soviet republic until one thousand nine hundred fifty four that's when the soviet leadership decided to hand it over to ukraine back then of course nobody thought the u.s.s.r. would break up like it did in one thousand nine hundred ninety one in crimea was left as part of independent ukraine but the majority of people living there continue and as you can see more than half the population of the peninsula ethnic
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russians ukrainians and crimean tartars a minority there now even more people ninety seven percent of the whole. population use the russian language there in their daily life and their work so when the new authorities in kiev put forward a language bill that revoked the rights of native russian speakers it sparked protests and calls for greater independence from the ukrainian capital well earlier we spoke to international affairs writer c. have jet kovi to believe that russia can help prevent civil war there and that is a real possibility in ukraine any attempt by the mom bachar seat that has gained power in key of to establish its writ in not only crimean peninsula but also in the such other southern parts such as a day or so nikolayev and eastern provinces donetsk and hardcore of can only lead to an outrage civil war ukraine is internally divided between people in the center
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and the west who have a radically different self perception and radically different values and images of the future for themselves to people in the east and the self and in the long term i think the russian leaders realize that some form of federal if not confident will order is the only way to prevent further bloodshed disintegration of this somewhat hybrid country ukraine is scared being told was disintegration or at least a form of federalize ation to which the russians can make a stabilizing contribution well the federation council has also called for russia to recall its ambassador from the u.s. because of president obama's aggressive rhetoric and the current has the details. moscow has not yet decided to drop the russian ambassador to the u.s.
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but the russian federation council or the russian senate is preparing to address president bush in with such a proposal whether or not the president will go through go through it this is not clear at the moment there has been no u.s. reaction to this specific news about the possibility of was it for all of the russian ambassador but the white house has steered tensions on friday when president obama said russia would pay if it interfered in ukraine take a listen we're now deeply concerned by reports of military movements taken by the russian federation inside of ukraine the united states will stand with the international community in affirming that there will be costs for any military intervention in ukraine. just on the heels of president obama's threats president puts and takes up the requests of the crimean parliament and sends it to the russian parliament for approval of president obama had earlier said if russia does intervene militarily he would reconsider his trip to russia in june for the g eight
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summit this is clearly a new low in u.s. wash relations that have survived many storms before. but this one will bring is still in the fog we know that the u.n. security council is meeting this saturday to discuss the situation in ukraine and we'll keep you updated on that. going to come on that well we're getting reports of thousands of ukrainians seeking to flee the country and applying for asylum in russia. medina question over with me here in the studio to talk more about the humanitarian situation in this crisis he country somebody you know we're already seeing people trying to ensure their safety and it is as was exactly what's happening in the country at the moment because we need to understand that people in ukraine are very worried of course they're worried as fear is growing in ukraine as there's absolutely no clarity of what is happening in the country was going to happen in the nearest future. many people in ukraine mostly in south and eastern
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parts are not at all accepting the new leadership as legitimate they are feeling very insecure because of that with the right to wing hardliners just putting themselves at the core of the upheaval and seeking to control the new government and here of course i need to mention the current state of the country's economy as it is built on the verge of bankruptcy main ear right now rushing to trying to withdraw cash from their bank accounts from a.t.m. and that's on top of that but to the national bank a few crane introduced a temporary limits roughly one and a half thousand dollars in foreign currency withdrawals from private cash accounts well that was mostly done in a town to somehow control this rush for cash now national currencies depreciating and the national bank. this limits going to be lifted as soon as
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ukraine receives financial aid requested from the i.m.f. but at the same time the had of the international monetary fund christine lagarde just recently sad that she at the moment really doubts that there is an immediate need for such financial aid coming to ukraine so something everything people are of course lost frightened and thinking about leaving the country speaking about that russia's migration service just said that the number of asylum applications received from ukraine has increased significantly giving numbers such as one hundred thousand as silent applications have been received within the past two weeks alarming figures indeed and these figures mean even increase in the nearest future as the situation just ask just getting out of control thanks very much indeed for the medieval church and let's look more now on this economic impact ukraine's the. well balancing on the verge of default the country's finance
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ministry claims bankruptcy is looming it's estimated more than thirty five billion dollars in aid will be needed by the end of twenty fifteen meanwhile its foreign debt is climbed to around one hundred forty billion that's nearly eighty percent of ukraine's gross domestic product and of the country being torn apart by those defying and supporting the new leadership economic situation is only getting worse or representatives of the new ukrainian government are already threatening to quite literally go nuclear a deputy from this of a broader party warns that kiev could go back on its own constitution and restock its nuclear arsenals within six months and start a church has more. double standards going to war washington suffer sleepless nights and paranoia when it comes to the nuclear capabilities of countries like iran around nuclear program around stokely or program iran's nuclear program but the us turns a blind eye when it comes to provocative statements coming out of key have one member of the ukrainian parliament's ultranationalists cobbled up party warns that
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a fresh a dozen tread carefully it will be dealing with a nuclear power that's the rhetoric despite ukraine signing up to the international nuclear nonproliferation treaty of one thousand nine hundred four there is a double standard when it comes to the way that the united states deals with a supposedly nuclear threat from iran which let's not forget there is absolutely no evidence whatsoever that iran intends to develop nuclear weapons or for aggressive military purposes unlike iran the warning from the ukrainian lawmaker includes an actual deadline of just a few months this in a conflict torn country where even the most pessimistic predictions ended up becoming a reality but none of that seems to disturb the u.s. the money that we can't use to be good for the hungry in the united states and in europe that money is going to support nazis in ukraine with nuclear ambitions who are looking to destabilize the region and whose sole goal is the destruction of russia is yet another example of hypocrisy flying high from
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a country that touts itself as the world's leading democracy and cannot. political and economic analyst martin see from the globalist news website says democratic leaders shouldn't make nuclear threats. these threats are probably extreme an irresponsible bluff but it's very alarming to hear them being made in the first place the new government which is now emerged didn't keep and other figures like the opposition statement needs to act in the responsible manner to earn the deserved respect and trust and cooperation of the international community that comment is disastrously counterproductive and should be seen as search. will let you stay with us for more expert opinion here on r t international law where we find out where ukraine could be heading next stay with us.
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a coming the power of nature is a never ending challenge. a desert winter on r.t. . return to our breaking news this hour here not international russia's upper house of parliament has voted unanimously to allow the deployment of military forces in ukraine until a situation that stabilizes let's listen to the statement that was made that's why the of having considered the appeal of the president of the russian federation and in the interests of the safety of the lives of citizens from the russian federation our compatriots in the personnel of the russian military contingent located in accordance with an international agreement on the territory of ukraine in the its almost republic of crimea the federation council decides first to give consent to
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the president of the russian federation to use the armed forces of the russian federation on the territory of ukraine for normalization of the political situation in that country second this resolution shall take effect from the date of its adoption. when the earlier president putin had asked the senators to support the move following an appeal for help from the authorities in crimea an autonomous republic in the south of ukraine that doesn't recognize the country's new leadership the president's spokesman has however stressed that the approval doesn't necessarily mean it will be implemented in addition to approving the troop deployment the federation council is planning to also to recall russia's ambassador from the u.s. because of president obama's earlier statements on the situation in ukraine and move comes in reaction to the threats by the u.s. leader that moscow's actions in the ukrainian crisis could prove costly. well for more on the situation in ukraine and the international reaction i still have with me international relations expert mark sloboda events really unfolding very very
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quickly there in crimea and throughout the rest of ukraine you've been monitoring developments online but what have you been finding out well i think of particular interest right now is an appeal by the right sector leader dimitri the right sector is this a group of extreme violence ultra nationalists a well trained and disciplined paramilitary that is reportedly financed by the ukrainian oligarchy. for shango. right now dimitri has been given a position of the deputy. the deputy to the security and defense council within this putsch regime he has spoken of this before but he just made an appeal online on his vote contact your account which is a social it's a social network
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a russian equivalent of facebook where he appealed to the forces of the caucasus emirate this violent. jihad movement led by doku umarov which presented a possible security threat to the sochi olympics games he just appealed to them for a joint front war on russia now this is something that should be taken seriously because these are the people that are now supposedly in charge of the defense forces of this push it was a miss you man is a part of the new he have a government now that is a part of the new kiev government but i would say that actually he is in more control of the situation in kiev than the government is there have been several events the breaking of the truce. two weeks ago the breaking of then the agreement between the e.u. and the unocal. which administration with the opposition they have clearly shown that he is actually the one in control of the streets the one in most control of
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this mob of the my dime that the government has to go to for approval of the reaction to the verification of this if this really comes from an official source which you're seeing now online this is their own contact your account. an appeal. by the name dmitri to the leader of the right sector appealing to a terrorist organization to help them conduct the war against the russians stabilisation operation in the ukraine right let's look at the tensions overall there is all of this seems have happened so quickly were these tensions bubbling beneath the surface already or has it just been ignited within the last. in particular the tensions involving this particular group have been from the view that group but what about in crimea and in east ukraine in particular well throughout the country. the these tensions have been building for a long time and i think that in particular the fear of the russian ethnics in the
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south in the east they know these groups better than anyone they know them better than the western journalists which have tried to put them aside as a fringe move well let's look at indication of what their fears are and how they're expressing those fears at the moment as thousands of ukrainians are currently protesting against neo nazi groups and my dad movement which you've just been talking about and of course the other movement to the demonstrations are taking place in a number of cities across the east and south of the country. and a desk among them. sources suggest one hundred thousand protesters gathered to tell the new authorities to leave the city there are reports of clashes and gunfire causing some injuries in donetsk crowds of formed to tell the new leaders they are not welcome demonstrators have already taken the center of the city and raised the russian flag over the local administration so those are the tensions at the moment the country so. sending troops will let actually defuse the tension or could it actually increase the tensions there if putin does go ahead and deploy russian
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troops well that's the catch to twenty two the point of any troops in a stabilization effort obviously the stabilization will occur most effectively in areas where the russian troops are a welcomed by the majority of the population certainly within the crimea and if things escalate. we it is conceivable that we would see the point of russian troops in the rest of the south and east as well saying if things escalate i mean there is talk from the new government that they will mobilize troops in response to this i mean this is sounding like a war zone is it really that serious they have said it is exactly that serious they have klitschko has definitely called the opposition leader the boxer who doesn't currently have a place in the government the regime in kiev but is seen as a primary leader he's called for the mobilization of the armed forces but again they've given no indication that they have actually any substantial control over
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the ukrainian armed forces. and in fact there are some indications. that the armed forces are purposely not willing to. operate on their behalf and follow their orders but one thing that does follow what they believe follows their orders or at least they have coinciding interests is this right sector paramilitary they have just declared a mobilization of their forces and right now that may be the only military forces that the. regime in kiev can bring to power at this present pretty talk about until the situation stabilizes how could it actually reach some sort of stabilization could a mediator be brought in at this stage how could it be politically resolved. i think at some. the united states and the european union are going to have to bring attempt to bring this push regime in kiev to
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a serious negotiations at the table when this regime this. party leaders are calling for a re nuclear. arms there is no better way to ensure that moscow feels the national security threat to drive all the way to kiev and remove him from power but . this is an interim government why can't they have snap elections now or is it just too chaotic in order to have any where this is an interim government this is i would characterize it as a putsch is a coup that occurred they are not representative politically of the. ukrainian. last elections or of the political forces across the country they have no democratic legitimacy they have no constitutional legitimacy. so. all right just quickly i want to ask you we know that and you were quoting it early
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medina coach never telling us that many koreans are seeking asylum now getting visas to go to russia all their lives really in danger now you have family there in crimea. all those fears really justified. when they see this regime that has taken control and removed their president and they know better than the western journalists who have tried to play down the threat exactly the dangers that these people present to them both politically to their culture to their ability to express their cultural identity but yes indeed also to their lives because we have seen a lot of violence in human rights abuses out of this regime that has been completely played down blacked out of the western mainstream media and ignored by the western governments not thank you very much indeed for your thoughts on this life here in the studio. with the latest on the unfolding crisis in ukraine in just
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