The first NATO videoconference ended in scandal

The first NATO videoconference ended in scandal

The first in stories The Alliance’s virtual conference of NATO foreign ministers ended in a scandal involving Turkey and Greece. It is reported by the Greek edition of Kathimerini.


According to the publication, representatives of Turkey and Greece traditionally began to blame each other. The cause of the scandal was the death of migrants on the border of the two countries in March this year. Initially, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu accused the Greek side of the deaths of migrants, in response, the head of the Greek Foreign Ministry Nikos Dendias accused Turkey of undermining NATO values. According to him, Ankara is trying to use the situation with migrants for political purposes.

The scandal ended after the Turkish Minister Chavushoglu left the conference ahead of schedule, without even having to wait for the final speech of the Alliance Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. However, before the demonstrative departure of Turkey, NATO promised to assist the Turks in resolving the crisis in Syria.

According to Stoltenberg, NATO countries will study what can be done to assist Turkey in solving problems in Syria.

Note that the last meeting for the first time in the history of the alliance was held via videoconference due to the global coronavirus pandemic. The meeting was attended by foreign ministers of NATO member countries. The main topic of the conference is NATO's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the situation in Afghanistan and the activities of the Alliance mission in Iraq.
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  1. Mitroha April 3 2020 16: 51 New
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    According to Stoltenberg, NATO countries will study what can be done to assist Turkey in solving problems in Syria.

    Interestingly, this short-sighted person generally thinks who and by what laws gave NATO the right to help the invaders in the territory of a sovereign state
    1. Volder April 3 2020 16: 59 New
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      Stoltenberg, as a leader, escaped with an insignificant on-duty phrase to maintain solidarity and respect. He did not say "we will help." He said: "We will examine the issue of assistance." You can study for a long time and to no avail, depicting violent activity.
      1. Lipchanin April 3 2020 17: 10 New
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        Quote: Volder
        He said: "We will examine the issue of assistance."

        What's the difference? He does not have the right to study such a question.
        Nobody attacked a country in NATO
        1. orionvitt April 4 2020 05: 06 New
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          Quote: Lipchanin
          Nobody attacked a country in NATO

          Who cares. They are “defending” some kind of democracy that has not existed in those parts of the world for centuries, some kind of “people of Syria” from the government legally elected by the same people, are struggling with some kind of chemical weapons that Assad has not seen, and so on point by point. In general, there is only one slogan - "Assad must leave," but someone attacked NATO or not, who cares. By the way, Syria before the war was probably one of the most democratic states in the Middle East, by their standards of course.
      2. Mitroha April 3 2020 17: 14 New
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        Quote: Volder
        Stoltenberg, as a leader, escaped with an insignificant on-duty phrase to maintain solidarity and respect. He did not say "we will help." He said: "We will examine the issue of assistance." You can study for a long time and to no avail, depicting violent activity.

        Then I propose that BRICS discuss the possibility of helping Venezuela in the United States, but I correctly understood that no one needs to answer for their words?
        1. Lipchanin April 3 2020 17: 22 New
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          Quote: Mitroha
          I correctly understood that no one needs to answer for their words?

          And they have long been for their not that words, crimes are not responsible
        2. ZAV69 April 3 2020 21: 23 New
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          Quote: Mitroha
          I correctly understood that no one needs to answer for their words?

          And at least one politician answered for his words over the past 40 years?
        3. qpeqop April 4 2020 09: 16 New
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          Right. Only not Venezuela, but California, which has long been trying to get out of this adder, called the United States.
      3. knn54 April 3 2020 17: 23 New
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        Let them help in the "video conferencing" mode.
      4. Alekseev April 3 2020 19: 28 New
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        Quote: Volder
        Stoltenberg, as a leader,

        Stoltenberg is no leader. He is rather not a secretary general, but a spokesperson, a talking head. Maybe even a homosexual, now it’s fashionable. wink NATO is led by the President of the United States. the rest for the "plaisir".
        1. Mitroha April 3 2020 20: 54 New
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          Quote: Alekseev
          Maybe even a homosexual, now it’s fashionable. wink

          Judging by the fact that he voices, regardless of his sexual orientation, the word "may" in your phrase is superfluous laughing
        2. Chervonny April 3 2020 21: 22 New
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          Quote: Alekseev
          Maybe even a homosexual, now it’s fashionable.

          if so, then no one will be surprised. everyone is already used to the fact that they are going crazy in the west from all sorts of perversions.
        3. 16329 April 4 2020 01: 06 New
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          The President of the United States, a rather formal figure, is currently.
          George W. Bush, who became famous for his sayings was at least from a decent family, Obama and Trump, as it is difficult to pull on the role of independent politicians.
          The United States is governed by a complex set of agreements between leading financial and political groups, why do they need a real independent president
          But the NATO Secretary General is generally a formal figure, the speaker of this organization
          In reality, like everything else in the West, control takes place through shadow structures
          1. nickname7 April 4 2020 07: 45 New
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            The President of the United States, a rather formal figure, is currently.

            Yes, he is the head of the executive branch, which deals with administrative turnover, plus they have the so-called system of checks and balances, decisions must be approved by a quorum.
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    2. rotkiv04 April 3 2020 17: 01 New
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      The Naglosaksa have a rule - do everything according to the laws until the laws come into conflict with their interests, then they change the laws
      1. codetalker April 3 2020 17: 08 New
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        They don’t even change, but do as they need. Its all enemies laws.
    3. tagil April 3 2020 17: 06 New
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      Does NATO comply with any laws? They bring peace and democracy throughout the WORLD; laws are not written for them. The most that they then can only regret their mistake after they destroy and plunge the country into chaos, in which their democracy can not take root.
      1. Chervonny April 3 2020 21: 24 New
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        Quote: Tagil
        Does NATO comply with any laws?

        there are no laws for NATO. they have long trampled upon all international law.
    4. Lipchanin April 3 2020 17: 09 New
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      Quote: Mitroha
      and this narrow-minded person generally thinks

      For her thinking
      He only opens his mouth
    5. Finches April 3 2020 17: 37 New
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      After the collapse of the Warsaw Pact, NATO's only task is to come up with the task of justifying the existence of NATO! laughing
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        1. Arpad April 4 2020 09: 29 New
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          Quote: Mobius
          In vain we saved them from the raids of Genghis Khan

          from raids
          saved
          request recourse
          1. Dart April 4 2020 13: 51 New
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            yes, save and don’t mock ... the wave of military campaigns of the horde reached them significantly weakened through the Slavic barrier.
            1. Simara April 5 2020 01: 22 New
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              The “Slavic barrier” silently bowed to the khans and received the right to reign from the hands of the descendants of Genghis Khan, and the Mongols stopped their own confusion and strife.
              1. Dart April 5 2020 12: 50 New
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                ek you distort, apparently, not only history ... Before the trip to the khans, there was a series of long years of fierce resistance and ruin in the lands of Russians, which, if they did not hold back, then quenched the outbursts of the horde in your west, in many historical monographs it is accepted as a fact. But your apparently beloved geyropa paws lifted up (full of examples, at least the same France), having received not even a slap in the face, but a click on the nose. laughing - and this is also a fact.
    6. Mountain shooter April 3 2020 18: 01 New
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      Quote: Mitroha
      According to Stoltenberg, NATO countries will study what can be done to assist Turkey in solving problems in Syria.

      Interestingly, this short-sighted person generally thinks who and by what laws gave NATO the right to help the invaders in the territory of a sovereign state

      NATO will not be able to help the Turks. Hospitals, they all engage in epidemics ...
    7. Pereira April 3 2020 20: 45 New
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      For Stoltenberg’s salary, I’m ready to carry an even more fierce snowstorm.
    8. sedoj April 3 2020 21: 49 New
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      Quote: Mitroha
      Interestingly, this short-sighted person generally thinks who and by what laws gave NATO the right to help the invaders in the territory of a sovereign state

      Well, Duc, video conferencing first, then video help.
    9. Serwid April 3 2020 22: 17 New
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      Quote: Mitroha
      Interestingly, this short-sighted person generally thinks who and by what laws gave NATO the right to help the invaders in the territory of a sovereign state

      This narrow-minded person is a simple talking head on which nothing depends. Like Solana in '99.
    10. Terenin April 3 2020 23: 00 New
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      Well how can
      Quote: Mitroha
      this narrow-minded person
      on video conferencing
      Quote: Mitroha
      generally thinks
      a fortiori
      Quote: Mitroha
      in solving the problems of Turkey in Syria.
    11. Nikolai Korovin April 3 2020 23: 01 New
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      It would be strange to think that he generally thinks. Voiced manuals, that's his whole role. Zits Chairman Pound.
    12. Grits April 4 2020 07: 15 New
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      Quote: Mitroha
      Interestingly, this short-sighted person generally thinks who and by what laws gave NATO the right to help the invaders in the territory of a sovereign state

      They think this is perfectly normal. Therefore, in their cerebellum there will never be a thought that it could be different. And there will never be a concept of conscience, justice, honesty. This is not inherent in the mentality of Western countries.
    13. Paul Siebert April 4 2020 16: 02 New
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      Quote: Mitroha
      According to Stoltenberg, NATO countries will study what can be done to assist Turkey in solving problems in Syria.

      Interestingly, this short-sighted person generally thinks who and by what laws gave NATO the right to help the invaders in the territory of a sovereign state

      I generally doubt that this person, Jens Stoltenberg is thinking something.
      He has a different function - he is the Talking Head.
      Lyrics are written to him in advance - and he obediently opens his mouth ...
      Did Greece and Turkey quarrel?
      Eka is unseen!
      They would have called Israel and Palestine into an alliance ... wink
    14. Dron_sk April 4 2020 19: 00 New
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      Quote: Mitroha
      According to Stoltenberg, NATO countries will study what can be done to assist Turkey in solving problems in Syria.

      Interestingly, this short-sighted person generally thinks who and by what laws gave NATO the right to help the invaders in the territory of a sovereign state

      If you haven’t understood yet, they will not recognize any laws other than those that they themselves have invented. And when it comes to protecting one’s own interests and opposing an adversary / competitor, they can easily begin to interpret their own laws in a two-faced manner, if this is required specifically in this situation.
      Syria, in my opinion, is not a sovereign state as long as there is ruled by an objectionable to them Assad, whom they expose as a dictator. And no matter how much your commentary scores pluses, the NATO opinion will not change from this.
    15. iouris April 4 2020 19: 21 New
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      Quote: Mitroha
      who and what laws gave NATO the right

      There are two options: either you are a “great power” or you are an “international law” and its violations.
    16. Prisoner April 4 2020 21: 00 New
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      You might think for the first time they commit such crimes. Eta nata, walking in the wake of a pirate's office called the United States.
  2. rocket757 April 3 2020 16: 57 New
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    Solve the problems of Turkey in Syria ???
    Maybe Perov is not correct, or the one who wrote "distorted" the text?
    Otherwise, it turns out that the nosy again crawls to where she was not called. This is actually a crime under all international laws!
    Although, they have a herald and not very clever, dur / A / k, in fact the very assassin is a gangster organization ... there really is one, we will call it as it deserves.
    1. Lipchanin April 3 2020 17: 11 New
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      Quote: rocket757
      This is actually a crime under all international laws!

      Yes, urgently convene the UN Security Council.
      Although it won’t help, it’s also impossible to be silent
      1. cniza April 3 2020 17: 42 New
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        Quote: Lipchanin
        Quote: rocket757
        This is actually a crime under all international laws!

        Yes, urgently convene the UN Security Council.
        Although it won’t help, it’s also impossible to be silent


        What can he decide? nothing ...
        1. Lipchanin April 3 2020 17: 48 New
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          Quote: cniza
          What can he decide? nothing ...

          And I said so. But one must not be silent either. See who says what there
          1. cniza April 3 2020 17: 51 New
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            And we are not silent, but we put the papers in daddy and the case is already swelling, the trial will take place sooner or later ...
        2. Lelek April 3 2020 17: 50 New
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          Quote: cniza
          What can he decide? nothing ...

          hi Victor.
          Especially when you consider the crack that comes from the "hut" called the European Union:
          1. cniza April 3 2020 17: 52 New
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            Already, NATO is cracking, and the UN has become a dummy ...
            1. Lipchanin April 3 2020 17: 59 New
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              Quote: cniza
              and the UN turned into a dummy ...

              Has long been
          2. Lipchanin April 3 2020 17: 59 New
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            In Italy, the flags of the European Union are destroyed everywhere
        3. rocket757 April 3 2020 18: 50 New
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          Most likely, empty chores. But, they want for show, you can launch the topic .... but here's how to inflate it to a noticeable scale !!! not yet.
        4. Terenin April 3 2020 23: 08 New
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          Quote: cniza
          Quote: Lipchanin
          Quote: rocket757
          This is actually a crime under all international laws!

          Yes, urgently convene the UN Security Council.
          Although it won’t help, it’s also impossible to be silent


          What can he decide? nothing ...

          Victor, why nothing? After Stoltenberg called on Russia to "relax," fool he may well make a decision for himself - "become in a pose" yes
      2. rocket757 April 3 2020 18: 46 New
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        When the world can cope with the infection, the time will come to rake the rest, the most urgent .... nobody will remember about the secretary’s fasting and chatterbox. Not up to him.
    2. major147 April 3 2020 17: 43 New
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      Quote: rocket757
      This is actually a crime under all international laws!

      And when it stopped them. The right of the strong ... Until they run into another strong.
      1. rocket757 April 3 2020 18: 52 New
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        It has long been understood that power rules the world!
        It would be worth it to draw conclusions and work in this direction .... difficult, and who will do it, the question!
  3. Valery Valery April 3 2020 17: 03 New
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    One of the reasons for European countries to join NATO is to obtain at least minimal guarantees of preserving sovereignty by entering into an alliance with countries that can destroy this sovereignty. Fools......
  4. svp67 April 3 2020 17: 05 New
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    Even at the video conferencing, they managed to "boast" ... This is "unity"
  5. Lipchanin April 3 2020 17: 05 New
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    NATO countries will learn what can be done to help Turkey solve problems in Syria.

    In the territory of another sovereign state !!!!
    What does NATO have to do with Syria ???? Did Syria attack Turkey? Occupied her ???
    This is the height of arrogance and cynicism.
    Here we sit. For example, with Belarus and start discussing, only discuss what to do with the outskirts, this will begin ....
    1. Oquzyurd April 3 2020 17: 22 New
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      "Did Syria attack Turkey?" In the form of refugees, 4 million already in Turkey, 1,5 rested against the border, another 2 lamas are ready at any time to join this 1,5.
      It must be added that it is also arrogance and cynicism, to hide these facts, not to see, not to hear.
      And yet, "On the territory of another, sovereign state !!!!
      What does NATO have to do with Syria ???? Did Syria attack Turkey? Occupied ??? "For 26 years we have not seen such indignation regarding Armenia, which occupied the territory of Azerbaijan. Not once have we seen such indignation. Conscience should not be selective, it either exists or not.
      1. Lipchanin April 3 2020 17: 50 New
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        Quote: Oquzyurd
        For 26 years, we have not seen such indignation regarding Armenia, which occupied the territory of Azerbaijan.

        Armenia says the same thing.
        Maybe you’ll figure out who whom.
        And here is an undisguised, clear occupation
        1. Oquzyurd April 3 2020 19: 53 New
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          "Armenia says the same thing.
          Maybe you’ll figure out who whom.
          And then there’s an undisguised, obvious occupation. "The troops of Armenia are in the territories of Azerbaijan and all over the world these lands are legally recognized by Azerbaijan. Is this not an explicit and undisguised occupation? We ourselves will figure out who is who, but we must approach the occupations equally, and call a spade a spade. We’re close by, lived together for 200 years, to this day we are all in the CIS. Why is the territorial integrity of distant Syria, who did not live with us for one minute in one country, so fiercely emphasized? And when it comes to Azerbaijan - "Maybe you’ll figure out who’s up for yourself + threats pa chikom, God forbid, will fight to maintain the status kvo.Zhdem 26 years, waiting for has finally put an end to this hypocrisy.
          1. Lipchanin April 3 2020 20: 17 New
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            Quote: Oquzyurd
            We ourselves will figure out who is who, but we must equally approach the occupation, and call a spade a spade.

            I repeat once again, in the USSR they didn’t consider who lives on whose land. So figure it out for yourself. And the argument “The whole world knows” is an empty phrase for me. Who just does not whine this mantra.
            And I emphasize the territorial integrity of Syria because they asked for our help and our soldiers are fighting there.
            Once “The whole world is with you,” pursue your goal with “The whole world is with you”
            1. Oquzyurd April 3 2020 20: 40 New
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              I did not write that the weight of the world is with us, do not distort or invent. "all over the world these lands are legally recognized by Azerbaijan," I add that the Russian Federation also legally recognizes these lands by Azerbaijan.
              "And I emphasize the territorial integrity of Syria because," It is clear, therefore, and it is clear why our lands are not.
              1. Kote Pan Kokhanka April 3 2020 21: 31 New
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                Quote: Oquzyurd
                I did not write that the weight of the world is with us, do not distort or invent. "all over the world these lands are legally recognized by Azerbaijan," I add that the Russian Federation also legally recognizes these lands by Azerbaijan.
                "And I emphasize the territorial integrity of Syria because," It is clear, therefore, and it is clear why our lands are not.

                Question?
                You write in Russian and on the Russian site! So to whom do you make a claim! Russia, forum users, Syrians !!!
                To be honest, I am not warm and not cold from Nagorno-Karabakh, the love of Azerbaijan or Armenia! Solve your problems yourself, but remember - the Russian Federation will not tolerate the creation of another point of tension near its borders. And I would like to hear from you a grateful “merci” for the Caspian oil-loading union fleet donated by EBN! 26 years since you exploit it, and we suffer! hi
                1. Oquzyurd April 3 2020 21: 45 New
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                  “You write, in Russian and on the Russian website!”, “And I would like to hear from you a grateful“ merci ”for the Caspian oil-loading allied fleet donated to EBN! For 26 years, you have been operating it, and we are suffering!” Thank you would do without you.
                  Azerbaijan in the USSR was one of the donors, and not a parasite. What they left for Azerbaijan was deservedly even less than what they were supposed to. Look at the other parasites, what you gave them and what you took in return for your cohabitation.
                  1. Nikolai Korovin April 3 2020 23: 35 New
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                    Wrong. Even formally, Azerbaijan was quite substantially subsidized, and taking into account how many Russians worked in the hard work of Azerbaijan, even more so. Not the sidewalks were swept there. But, of course, Georgia and the Baltic states, and Armenia, although to a lesser extent, were courted much more strongly. So it seemed to you compared with the neighbors that they offend you. But in reality, everyone, except Turkmenistan, was only taken from the RSFSR. Least of all is Ukraine. Even Belarus is bigger. But then again, the Russians worked in hazardous industries, and the “big ones” rested in the farms with their livestock under the wheel of a stork. All that I write about, I saw in kind, I know. However, I respect the Georgian peasants very much. I know Armenians and Azerbaijanis much worse.
                2. Nikolai Korovin April 3 2020 23: 27 New
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                  Knowing in practice the Transcaucasian mentality regarding friendship and hostility, I can give advice.

                  Unite again in the Transcaucasian Federation, on the model of the ZSFSR. Do not forget to invite the Georgians. They will be a consolidating element. You need to understand at the level of village councils in which region there are more Armenians and in which Azerbaijanis. No one will do it for you. Firstly, no one is in the know, and secondly, everyone, except the Russians, is your drummer. But for us, you’re kind of like yours — both of them. But there is no time for Russians now. Wait another 10-15 years - maybe then we will judge you in fairness. But better unite. And it may happen that a fair border will not be much shorter than the borders of the USSR. By the way, what about the Armenian issue in Baku now?
                  1. Oquzyurd April 4 2020 00: 00 New
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                    I am not a few years old, and I remember well that the 3 republics of the USSR were not subsidized and one of them was Azerbaijan.
                    According to statistics, about 30 thousand Armenians, mostly the wives of Azerbaijanis, live in Baku and some areas (not those areas under the occupation of Armenia), I personally know some. For information, in Armenia (there were 247 thousand Azerbaijanis), in occupied Karabakh and in the occupied seven regions outside Karabakh (total number of about 700 thousand people) not a single Azerbaijanian remained, they drove everyone out to the last. When will you communicate with the Armenians, ask them the same question as they do with the Azerbaijani issue in Yerevan?
                    1. Lena Petrova April 4 2020 08: 07 New
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                      Dear, now you don’t need to remember anything, just drive into the search and look at the signs. Azerbaijan was also a donor, but after 85, it went into the red.
                      1. Oquzyurd April 4 2020 13: 45 New
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                        Yes, I know this. After 85 years, after the prohibition (huge fields of grapes were cut throughout the republic, all production of alcohol, juices, and indirectly related industries went to zero) and perestroika (many plants and factories stood up) Gorbachev. Azerbaijan was part of tsarist Russia from 1828, after, from 1922 to 1992 in the USSR, and 6-7 years minus in recent years the USSR is not comparable with merit, with a return to the general piggy bank for 68-70 years. And under the Tsar, in the Caucasus, it was Azerbaijan (Khanate, then in the form of Provinces) was self-sufficient, at least, did not parasitize.
                    2. Nikolai Korovin April 4 2020 12: 08 New
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                      Jeykhun, naturally, that an Azerbaijanian, in general, will not expel his wife an Armenian. Although, I think, there have been such cases. This is not an indicator. I believe that Azerbaijanis were expelled from Armenia. But what about Baku? By the time of the collapse of the USSR, as I imagine, the population of Baku was somewhere around 1,5 million, maybe more. How many of them were Armenians? I think no less than 300 thousand. And where are they now? So here the mutual insults, who they have more - I can not judge. Here Bagdasarov, perhaps, knows. He, I think, is Armenian, but a citizen of Russia, so his face is somewhat neutral. So consult with him what he thinks. And now there are no Armenians in my sight - on the contrary, there is an Azerbaijani and several Georgians. All almost Russified. But there is no communication. Few connections of the Soviet era have stood the test of time.
                      1. Oquzyurd April 4 2020 14: 24 New
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                        “Baghdasarov, perhaps, knows. He, I suppose, is Armenian, but a citizen of Russia, so his face is somewhat neutral.” Sorry, I laughed heartily.)))) Not because of the text, but for the word "neutral" If it is neutral, I assure you that I am an astronaut who was not on Mars (this is garbage), but on Jupiter.
                        "I believe that Azerbaijanis were expelled from Armenia." It’s not that they expelled, in Azerbaijan, in Azerbaijan there are no Azerbaijanis, they are not, not one is not, they expelled all of them. I repeat, there is no Azerbaijani in the country, the so-called Armenia. I add, there is not a single Azerbaijani in Karabakh, there is not a single Azerbaijani in Seven occupied areas, ALL expelled, to the last. And you are interested in the Armenian issue in Baku, with "neutral" experts.
                  2. Mikhalych 70 April 4 2020 16: 46 New
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                    "... then we will justify you and judge you" I do not want to judge anyone there. And I don’t want my children to separate anyone there. In my urgency, the BB was shot from both sides. And in every village they shouted that we were driving weapons to our neighbors ... Nyx. There, I offer the Turks with a UN mandate, instead of Syria, send the Armenians with the Aizers apart. They know how. But, as one of the movie characters said, "... there are enough knives for everyone. Swallow your fill"
                    1. Nikolai Korovin April 4 2020 17: 32 New
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                      I wrote - "maybe." To promise does not mean to marry. To do this, they themselves must calm down there. And to judge is not to stand between the warring parties under the bullets. Let them come to a formal court, such as Nuremberg, with lists of their mutual claims. This citizen is in full swing. You ask him how many Armenians remained in Baku, but he replies that there are no Azerbaijanis left in Armenia. Well, maybe they’ll cool down a bit, begin to understand the questions and give intelligible answers. There are, after all, normal people there. I am sure about that. But their voice is not heard. But we should not forget that during the Great Patriotic War more than 200 thousand Armenians and about 350 thousand Azerbaijanis died at the front. For such relatively small nations, this is a big sacrifice. This should serve as a basis for reconciliation. They must come to their senses.
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              “they didn’t consider who lived in the USSR on whose land” - it’s fair to say that Syria was part of the Ottoman Empire, where all the faithful lived on the land of the Sultan and the Caliph, not particularly going into nationality. Then they cut it alive. So, hotheads in Turkey consider at least the north of Syria to Turkey, and hotheads in Syria - at least the Alexandretta Sanjak - Syria. Everything is complicated there. East..
      2. qpeqop April 4 2020 09: 42 New
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        Syria has organized checkpoints of civilians on its territory. In Syria itself, no one oppresses civilians; they provide humanitarian assistance and create the conditions for establishing life. But both militants and Turks in every way impede the return of residents, intimidation and reprisals. After all, if residents return to Syria, there will be no reason to annex a piece of foreign territory. Armenia did not occupy the territory of Azerbaijan. Karabakh is legally part of Azerbaijan. Respect for their ethnic identity of the Armenians would be completely fine with them.
  6. prior April 3 2020 17: 08 New
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    So much for NATE.
    Or maybe this is the beginning of the end at NATa ?!
    1. Chervonny April 3 2020 21: 30 New
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      no, this is not the end. NATO will come to an end when Europe builds its combined armed forces.
  7. Fedorovich April 3 2020 17: 10 New
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    They would have arranged a conference on Instagram ...
    1. Chervonny April 3 2020 21: 31 New
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      wait, they’ll arrange it again. they can. yes
  8. Doccor18 April 3 2020 17: 19 New
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    How do they (NATO countries) generally manage to find common ground, they are so different, and their goals are often opposite
  9. Thrifty April 3 2020 17: 25 New
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    How to help the Turks? Yes, accept all migrants from Turkey, and transit ones too, give them citizenship, and a hundred thousand euros, for personal happiness!
    1. Oquzyurd April 3 2020 17: 32 New
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      Oddly enough, say the right thing ...
      1. Dart April 4 2020 14: 02 New
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        it was just a banter ... but for you it is right, so it should be done? what
  10. cniza April 3 2020 17: 40 New
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    the situation in Afghanistan and the activities of the alliance mission in Iraq.


    It seems that your missions are ending, as well as NATO itself ...
  11. Sergei 23 April 3 2020 19: 19 New
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    Greece and Turkey like two cherries on a cake.
  12. TermNachTer April 3 2020 19: 42 New
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    Having such "friends", enemies are no longer needed.
  13. Victor March 47 April 3 2020 20: 02 New
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    Video chat opens up new possibilities. You can shoot a glass in your opponent, you can spin off by turning off the headphones so as not to hear the answer. You can even show that ..... Progress is a great thing.
  14. Peter is not the first April 3 2020 20: 12 New
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    In case of any disagreement between NATO members when the question becomes about the confrontation between Russia, for example in Syria, they immediately agree.
  15. Ros 56 April 3 2020 21: 23 New
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    Will they also fight in remote mode?
  16. Roman_vh April 3 2020 22: 52 New
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    Quote: Pereira
    For Stoltenberg’s salary, I’m ready to carry an even more fierce snowstorm.

    Yes, for any half, hosh left, hosh right. :)
  17. Tank jacket April 4 2020 02: 29 New
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    Video assistance will be provided to Turks wassat
  18. SeregaBoss April 4 2020 08: 54 New
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    In the chicken coop, hens quarreled, what was going on! laughing
    1. Mikhalych 70 April 4 2020 16: 53 New
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      Roosters. The real fighting ah @. Nick didn’t fly anyone.
  19. Asad April 4 2020 14: 54 New
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    In short, Turkey is a son of a bitch, but this is our `` son of a bitch ''!
    1. Sergey Sfiedu April 4 2020 19: 42 New
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      The Turks were asked whose "sons" they are, wise guys? In the East, the “knife in the back” is not treason, but valor, so many more “wonderful discoveries” await idealists from politics.
  20. 75 Sergey April 4 2020 23: 34 New
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    So I do not understand, whose is Cyprus?
  21. Pilat2009 April 5 2020 10: 08 New
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    Quote: Mitroha
    According to Stoltenberg, NATO countries will study what can be done to assist Turkey in solving problems in Syria.

    Interestingly, this short-sighted person generally thinks who and by what laws gave NATO the right to help the invaders in the territory of a sovereign state

    Do you seriously believe that laws work?
  22. Viktor Sergeev April 5 2020 16: 25 New
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    Girls do not quarrel. Why argue that? Would blame Russia, we do not get used to.