The President of East Timor spoke about US responsibility for the events in Ukraine

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The President of East Timor spoke about US responsibility for the events in Ukraine

The United States of America is partially responsible for the situation in Ukraine. This was stated by the President of East Timor, Nobel Peace Laureate Jose Ramos-Horta in an interview with Nikkei Asia.

The politician noted that the United States is a superpower and the leader of the North Atlantic Alliance. It was the US intervention in the Ukrainian conflict that led to the fact that European countries also began to support Ukraine. After this, the West can no longer remain in the role of mediator.



In addition, Ramos-Horta expressed concern that the world could reach the point of using nuclear weapons. weapons some powers. The level of confrontation is too high now, and the parties may use tactical nuclear strikes, the president of East Timor believes.

Ramos-Horta paid special attention to the difficult relationship between the United States and China. Here, too, he did not speak very well of the activities of the American administration. According to the politician, if the United States wants to claim leadership in the Asia-Pacific region, the best solution for them would be to stop using Taiwan as a tool to confront China.

José Ramos-Horta has been president of East Timor for the second time since 2022, having previously served as head of state from 2007-2012. Back in 1996, before the country achieved official political independence, he received the Nobel Peace Prize for his activism against the oppression of small nations.
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    1. 0
      30 September 2023 15: 37
      Where is East Timor? And what did his president do for him to be awarded 30 silver pieces of the modern Judas Prize called the “Nobel Peace Prize”? recourse
      1. +2
        30 September 2023 15: 55
        He fought Indonesia's US-backed occupation of East Timor, which killed much of that island's population. For some reason, the USSR looked with undisguised indifference at first the purge of the Indonesian Communist Party, and then at the outright genocide.
        1. 0
          30 September 2023 16: 31
          Quote from alexoff
          For some reason, the USSR looked with undisguised indifference at first the purge of the Indonesian Communist Party, and then at the outright genocide.

          What were we supposed to do? Declare war..We have seen these countries, we want to build socialism, etc. ..
          Now we are punishing the Armenians silently .. Whoever was chosen will deal with it, just like in Ukraine .. hehe
          Russia is a kind soul, but goodness must be done with fists and pride
          Otherwise, damn it, we’re used to how the rooster crows in one place and immediately shouts, Russia, save us.. We save, but taking into account the future and the past
          1. 0
            1 October 2023 01: 34
            The United States somehow knows how to make sure that everyone around them is beholden to them and they interfere everywhere. Perhaps it would be worth building a normal CMEA, helping potential allies and fighting in every sense. And not to build oil and gas pipelines for the unfinished ones from Germany
        2. 0
          30 September 2023 22: 12
          The Indonesian Communist Party was guided by the PRC and the CCP, maybe that’s why.
          1. 0
            1 October 2023 01: 35
            They were then repurposed as corpses, which made the head of Australia very proud. I think if they were given the choice of the USSR or a grave, they would probably not choose for long.
      2. +1
        30 September 2023 16: 00
        And what did his president do for him to be awarded 30 pieces of silver...
        I would like all the laureates of this award to make the same statements. But with our maggots, it’s the other way around, take the same Muratov or Alexievich. And then a guy from the distant island of Timor, who studied in the USA, was friends with the dictator of the Philippines Aquino, suddenly dared to blather “against the wind”... Shouldn’t we send our cruiser to the island on a friendly visit? laughing
        1. +2
          30 September 2023 16: 32
          Shouldn't we send our cruiser to the island on a friendly visit? laughing
          Which of the couple, otherwise we have them here like uncut dogs)))
          1. 0
            30 September 2023 17: 05
            Which of the couple
            Do you think it won’t get there on its own? But it's a pity to lose a new friend...
            Yesterday Putin met in the Kremlin with one such person, the president of South Sudan. It was quite a spectacle! The dude was wearing a black suit and a black cowboy hat... the color of his skin was indistinguishable from the color of the suit. Well, that’s okay, they always said about the Nubians that they are the blackest, but why doesn’t he take off his hat in the Kremlin at an official meeting with our president? Or is he from the same sect as our war correspondent Semyon Pegov (red), who also sat in a baseball cap at a meeting with Putin? lol
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    2. +2
      30 September 2023 15: 43
      It was the US intervention in the Ukrainian conflict that led to the fact that European countries also began to support Ukraine.

      Yeah. The noble lords of Lemberg have been sharpening their teeth for a long time. Myadyars of Transcarpathia handed out passports in bundles
      1. 0
        30 September 2023 15: 50
        Quote: Rumata
        The noble lords of Lemberg have been sharpening their teeth for a long time. Myadyars of Transcarpathia handed out passports in bundles

        Pole's card, Hungarians' passports (by the way, they also issued them to Rusyns), Romanians' passports. Russia alone sat and did nothing!
      2. 0
        30 September 2023 16: 13
        Myadyars of Transcarpathia handed out passports in bundles
        This is not what we learned with Abkhazia and South Ossetia in the past. True, we distributed passports based on the memory of the common past in the united USSR, and Hungary purely on a national basis, trying to protect the Hungarians in Transcarpathia, where they never amounted to more than 10-12% of the total population. And when there are now forecasts that Hungary can take Transcarpathia from Ukraine, we must immediately ask what they are going to do with 90% of the other population - deport? And if the Hutsuls and Rusyns lived there long before the Hungarians, what should we do with them? And the USSR got Transcarpathia not from Hungary, but from Czechoslovakia, which got the region after the collapse of Austria-Hungary. And at that time there were only slightly fewer Slovaks there than Hungarians. So why doesn’t Slovakia lay claim to Transcarpathia?
    3. +1
      30 September 2023 16: 25
      This was stated by the President of East Timor, Nobel Peace Laureate Jose Ramos-Horta in an interview with Nikkei Asia.

      Thank you of course, but it's too late to say... bully
      In our country, Gorbach was a Nobel for Peace and awarded the medal “For Victory in the Cold War” (the collapse of the USSR, in short))))
      All these Nobel laureates for peace... Bullshit!!!!
      It’s too late for the boss to yap..Russia, even without you, has already understood everything, what’s what and who gave you the Nobel. CURTAIN!
      We have already banned the horses and it’s only worth dying.
      1. 0
        30 September 2023 16: 46
        So I’m wondering. If there was a war in the USA, would ours be harnessed? I think for Alaska, for sure.
      2. -2
        1 October 2023 09: 28
        and it’s only worth dying.

        Alas, for now we only fart, and even then it’s somehow completely sluggish.
    4. 0
      30 September 2023 17: 45
      Quote: Saburov_Alexander53
      But it's a pity to lose a new friend...

      If you look at our “new” friends, you won’t find them on the map, but the economy is at the end of the second hundred in the world. And they still strive to “snatch” something from Russia. And as the recent past shows, they easily abandon us and go under a new sponsor. hi
    5. +1
      30 September 2023 20: 02
      Why, there’s Timor, and it’s also eastern, and there’s also a president there, and he’s wearing glasses? laughing
      1. -2
        1 October 2023 09: 24
        Yes, yes, he is also a Nobel Peace Laureate, just like Obama. Nowadays, the concept of “Nobel laureate” has become consonant with an eccentric starting with the letter M; poor Uncle Alfred, out of shame for his shameful descendants, is spinning in his grave no worse than the auger of a meat grinder.
    6. -2
      1 October 2023 09: 21
      Just great, this is very significant support for such a powerful state. Now America will definitely think twice (at least for a couple of minutes to laugh) before providing assistance to Bandera’s followers.

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