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right now i think. i'm going to know something about such as our. next guest feeling if one. well let's just say you know. he's just. going. to let. his look was because did it busy little control if you. were bad for the energy speaker of the christian democratic union party in
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a german bundestag discussing gear ups and or just security and controversy around the nordstrom to pipeline project the survivor u.s. secretary of state's rex tillerson sees north stream two as a threat to european energy security and the pipeline will be able to provide a quarter of europe's annual gasoline bores and will reduce to price of russian gas by almost a hoss the us have a proper understanding of the european energy market. from a strategic point of view i understand that there are fears also in us today say ok if europe gets more dependent too or russia that brings the teeth seek threat maybe if we if they think of the discussions we had last year just maybe if you look to a grand way are russia while a to the national law occupying the grave that isn't acceptable and we
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have to talk about this and we will not accept but the talks must go on and i think we have to talk more to each other and to find also a solution for a lot of political economic technical cultural. issues and initiatives and so i think it is also good to. have more diversification on the energy sector and the us for example is now number one gas producer and supplier in the world and if they transport the elenchi you also to europe we have a not a possibility and so this brings competition and it breaks also security of supply so i don't see that we are. increasing the security
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or decreasing the security of supply is the other way round and therefore i think we need should take all pipeline pro checked all at you pro checked all the storage oh checks we can get i agree with you and then there is joe mccarrick from the u.s. state department's bureau for energy resources and he dismissed the very idea of north can we bail out i mean i just wonder how can washington assess what this kind of confidence what can. can't be built in europe. yeah they have to hell wouldn't interest fall to their strategic interests they are also in us heavenly in westing and she infrastructure and so it's natural they also want to have a share off the cake and russia wants to have a share of the cake and maybe in future times. iran and other states from before our middle east will have some shows indicate and
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that's the way the market and so i think that's that's ok but we should leave it to the market to market signals what is good for secure what to supply what is good for competition for the prizes and what kind of productive we will we will have and we should not decide it. in a political bad so for me it's also not accepted will. russia nor then us deciding maybe on what chairman companies or european companies are investing in or which infrastructure we are building intra mini we're in in europe i think that's a tremendous it's a european decision here ride the united states has its own interests and is openly calling openly calling for european states are in check norseman to about what kind of leverage candidate search over here can states who can washington sway. they
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are talking to the national government stay out talking to most of parliament i also had some exchange with. american representatives and to members of the state department exchange if you will said i think i at least try to explain why i see that more pipelines and more infrastructure brings more security of supply and what. reason for all of this is none so at least we were more or less ninety percent we had to save it at the end of the cussedness a meeting but there is still a. gap and we have to talk and dispell but finally when we decide what infrastructure we build and what we not build so the americans aren't going imposing sanctions against russia kompany is involved in the what's
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going to from the german side how is barely planning to work around those there is not only not she is tendency to protect. and it is that bothers me and i think open markets free trade is key for growth and create a key for increasing. the welfare of the participating nations and so i personally zero pose any part protects in this and energy sector. in other sectors and so we have to rick keep on working hard that we keep the markets open. first think a multilateral approach is the w t o. the right approach if this is not for a team because we saw it last year is that it's very slowly and we may be if we.
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quicker and faster with bilateral approaches then we should do that but open markets. are key for prosperous development so north stream two promises tens of billions and potential welfare increase for all the twenty eight states which means also those who are arguing against it are these potential profits big enough to silence the naysayers. nobody knows about will finally be the profit but if we have a short or. a shoulder route we have not stream to it's but potentially cheaper to bring the gas to central europe and then everybody can benefit. and so the we will that we will see what happened. so nordstrom one remember matt similar strong opposition and it's time the same
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concerns were raised and about the political influence gas to pay and then the pipeline is working fine and europe is still independent last time i checked so why are the same arguments raised against more seem to i mean is there any think drastically different about this project. geo political. situation is different it was all treated. took place before we had. the developments and so on and that's. a lot of people in europe especially in eastern europe and baltic states as well as and poland and ukraine and romania and so on. they all fear a new cold war and war on. and so maybe that is all these concerns. are also fed by the russian behavior in the
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last year but the if you. think but still turn and that is my hope i mean that i snored story and don't buy both but right but that's my whole point the first pipeline first north stream didn't cause the cold war did it why would the second one but it's all about money it's all about. the prophet not always i didn't say that nazri of tourists is is causing it to say but the russian behavior against craven. things changed in the last years there are also hostile activities on the baltic sea and in the air which we fought both that we have not anymore and they. remember i was my crew up at the cold war so i know what happened instead and i think. russia
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should change its behavior in this on this sector i mean i feel like there are double standards here because of course i understand europe or germany are worried about the whole political situation but you're still buy the gas. because it's. two way dependency russia wants to sell the gas and if there is a pipeline it only can sell the guess why the pipeline and europe and germany need needs to guest so it's a win win situation for both. and there are bilateral or they are problems political problems we have to talk about and therefore we also implement that sanctions on the various sectors and so on hopefully. to put it to the table of talks and i think what the there are the russians didn't behave if
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the right way the last into last year said so that that's now also the day a reflection in the public and on the political arena but all i'm saying is that europe or us i'm saying that would both agree that we're sort of interdependent when it comes to gas so why generate extra trouble why doesn't really make any sense when political thing is a political thing but this is all about gas and money and we both need each other here yeah that's that's true but we also not naive of course and she's also an old ace a political issue but didn't she just say there wasn't a political issue but it's a market issue i mean in a cheap. it's course that. it's both that pipeline project is. private initiated and privately
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financed by the energy discussion where for example the fulfillment of the european single market. is of course a political issue a political issue and dependency and fears of security of supply also a political issue is they not she issue is a political is a political issue because without it she. called no he's not able to if you remember what happened at the beginning of the seventy's it affected the whole lot of countries and the whole their old economy had brought it. in a crisis and so it would be naive to say it's not the political issue. that mr i really hope all sides can work out their differences on this and the pipeline actually. will start to function thanks a lot for this interview for talking to five for energy speaker off the christian democratic union party in the german. discussing the north seem to pipeline project
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headlines when international over fifty civilians children safely leave the syrian enclave of. humanitarian corridor it's offered deal was negotiated with the militants occupying that area. the british prime minister theresa may face his pressure from over her handling of the poisoning of a former russian spy on a soil. sees a mass demonstration of independence five months after the referendum that was branded illegal by madrid.
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monday morning here in moscow thanks for joining us on r.t. international they come the latest news headlines. fifty two civilians. children have passed from syria's war ravaged enclave of eastern ghouta occupied by various rebel groups now to the government controlled side it is the first time civilians have been able to use a humanitarian corridor as intended previously though they were either fired out by militants or stored. using a passing aid convoy as cover and the latest exodus was made possible after russia's reconciliation center in syria negotiated with some of the militants occupying eastern. we can start to show you what the situation looks like now that the syrian government has regained a large portion of eastern in the green here however essentially isolating the militants into these three separate pockets that you see on the map from civilians
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who lived in these territories under military rule are now sharing their stories. more on the deal that allowed dozens of civilians to finally leave the fighting. militants in control of the area have let them out almost two weeks after russia and syria opened humanitarian corridors not an act of good world on behalf of the rebel factions but part of a deal russia and syria led some anti government fighters safely flee with their families and in exchange fighters in ghouta would allow fifty civilians to leave the war zone as well. we've been suffering horribly for seven years we all stayed neutral in misrata but we couldn't leave can do anything they didn't let us leave controlled pressure on us to leave that mr mansour she'd we haven't seen any of the aid sent to us we haven't seen any money nothing they took everything from
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us. militants treat civilians anees goutam as a bargaining chip making sure that if anyone flees they do it on the fighters terms the gloves were off from the start the russian defense ministry has reported that the paths to safety were shelled almost religiously precisely to prevent anyone from fleeing to damascus trying to scape the house fire between the government forces and militant groups whose fighters far too often side with terrorists. who have all sorts of needs inside today the priority remains medical help that we need to. reach with the people inside all that food aid as well.
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gov yolland the building block. and. then over security it would. be. what they said about you but any. look at. the british prime minister to recent years facing pressure from some in her cabinet over the poisoning of a former russian spy on u.k. soil they want her to adopt a tougher stance on the case investigators think it's sort of a script and his daughter were deliberately targeted with a nerve agent traces of the substance. have been detected at the restaurant where
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the two eight before they were found unconscious on a nearby park bench. is a former russian intelligence agent he was stripped of his rank over spying for the u.k. and then jailed for thirteen years for espionage though he was released early in a high profile spy swap deal between the u.s. and russia now although the probe into his poisoning is ongoing some already pointing the finger at russia as. the reports. hey poisoned the former russian spy you could argue this a rhetorical question because everyone seems to know the answer we look objective lee at the evidence we don't get ahead of ourselves and if there is evidence of a foreign state involvement we will need to respond as being more aggressive and we have to change the way that we deal with it because we can't be in a situation in these areas of conflict where we're being pushed around by another nation the fact that
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a nerve agent was use strengthens the likelihood that this was a state sponsor of some sort and russia is the chief suspect of course but what about innocent until proven guilty seems that it's just guilty guilty guilty even though the home secretary's been calling for caution we need to make sure that we respond not to room but all the evidence we must avoid speculation to make sure that we give the police the space that they need regardless of call for a thorough inquiry british politicians and some in the media seem to want blood spilled right now and theresa may face with increasing pressure to respond to these claims as she meets with courage to minister if from helping hands and offering the governments a list of options a slap on travel bans and so a freeze on assets for russian nationals this suggest kicking name spies out of britain or even sending troops to eastern europe it's just as well that we're currently reviewing our defense capabilities so that we can increase them can't we
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defense it's a first use of the row and spending two percent on defense is now not enough is quite extraordinary because what we've got is a good ministers who at the same time investigations take great. songs very who are actually urging their own prime minister to take action against the country which is innocent until proven guilty you know everybody is innocent till proven guilty that's the burden of proof and evidence the investigation finds out that russia was not responsible for this. then my concern is whether this will get the publicity that the deserves because there is a danger already we've seen that in the investigation we want to be told and all of the information will be classified and so. you know the damage has already been done to russia if you like russia has been deemed guilty in the in the media and most of the media in the court media they have waiting for the evidence they've been putting on the front pages and the paper that russia was guilty the fares to
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where ever former russian double agents had the worldwide media in a spin until the tree itself it appears the only option is to keep calm and investigates. the five year deadline to charge former u.s. intelligence chief james clapper expires on monday despite calls from both parties to prosecute him he allegedly lied to congress under oath about mass domestic surveillance. does the n.s.a. collect any type of data are on millions or hundreds of millions of americans. no sir. it does not. not wittingly. there are cases where they could inadvertently perhaps collect but not not willing one. statement was revealed to be erroneous just months after the testimony with edward snowden's revelations about mass u.s. surveillance american lawmakers have criticized the justice department for failing
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to open clappers case he and others who have held administrative power must be held accountable to the same laws that govern the people of the united states he admitted to lying to congress and was an remorseful in flippant about it the integrity of our federal government is at stake because his behavior sets the standard for the entire intelligence community political analyst charles or tells says clappers case fits into a larger pattern of failures to prosecute. it can be taken very seriously but to date it is seldom been prosecuted aggressively and depending on the facts of the case. prosecutors may make a determination if they only want to go forward with cases that are easily won when you look past the narrow issue of clapper and you look at the long period of president obama's tenure for eight years which is only now beginning to come under the kind of scrutiny i felt it deserved a long time ago what you see been
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a longstanding pattern and practice of harnessing the machinery of the fearsome machinery of the us federal state against enemies of the obama administration and in favor of friends of the a bomb in a straight shooter that's the larger story or not simply whether clapper should be prosecuted for the one instance that's admitted where he did lie under oath to congress. russia as a defense ministry has released a video of tests of his latest missile systems among the new weapons is the hypersonic kinja or die the missile which can go ten times the speed of sound and is said to be capable of outsmarting all existing defense systems and then there's the start of that rocket intercontinental ballistic missile which has a vast range it can carry multiple nuclear warheads but i guess dia was granted exclusive access to russia's latest nuclear deterrent.


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