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NATO-Russia Council: closed-ear dialogues

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The other day the NRC (Russia-NATO Council) meeting was held in the Belgian capital the other day. Delegations led by foreign ministers. Russia at the Council meeting was represented by Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. According to the protocol letter, the duration of the meeting was indicated within 1,5 hours, but eventually a discussion ensued, which stretched the meeting for an additional hour.


Photo: REUTERS / Yves Herman / Reuters


One of the main topics designated for discussion at the meeting was the topic of Syria. Once again, representatives of the North Atlantic alliance states that Russia should refuse to support Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and convince him that he resigned, freeing up his place at the helm of the country to "progressive democratic" forces. And once again, the Russian delegation responded that it was up to the Syrian people and only the Syrian people to decide whether Assad would remain in his post or not. There should be no external pressure on the political processes taking place in Syria. The main task of the world community, in the opinion of the Russian side, is joint actions aimed at bringing the representatives of the Syrian government and the so-called opposition to the negotiating table. Otherwise, Syria will turn into another country of “victorious democracy” following the example of Libya, Yemen or Egypt, where a change of power under external pressure actually led to a state split and an increase in the number of radical Islamists in these countries.

However, it seems that representatives of the NATO bloc continue to be under the influence of some kind of narcotic potion that stupefies their minds. Well, in fact: how much can one step on the same geopolitical rake of the spread of extremism in the world and at the same time encourage others to do the same. If this is not a mass frenzy, then what? .. Does anyone among the member countries of the North Atlantic Alliance really like what Libya has become after foreign intervention ... Or is someone crazy about endless unrest in Tahrir Square? If there are such representatives, then they would have to go through a complete medical examination with deviations.

True, there is one significant point that allows us to conclude that this is what attracts NATO countries (and, especially, NATO queens) to intervention in the internal activities of other states. And this moment in the week was exposed in Brussels. It lies in the fact that the EU countries have decided to partially lift the embargo imposed on purchases of Syrian oil. Representatives of the EU and NATO countries conferred, and the “main countries” decided that it was possible to resume deliveries of crude oil from Syria covered by civil war. It would seem that there is at least some progress. But with a detailed acquaintance with the information, it turns out that oil will be purchased exclusively in those areas controlled by opposition (and, in fact, terrorist) forces. It is very similar to an open provocation, isn’t it ... After all, in making such a decision, the very countries of the European Union, in fact, become obvious sponsors of the Syrian chaos. Obviously, after such information spread from Brussels, the bitterness in Syria will manifest itself even more: the “opposition” will gnaw its teeth with the teeth in order to gain access to new and new oil wells. The Syrian government army will try to do everything to prevent the enemy. The result - a new confrontation, a new blood.

But this does not concern neither NATO nor the European Union. The task set before these organizations by one big player is being carried out systematically. The salt here is this: if the same NATO countries managed to get to the Libyan or Iraqi oil fairly quickly, then there were problems with the Syrian oil. Do not give a direct hand to this raw material Russia and China. Naturally, in Washington this is annoying, because the main goal of the ruin of Syria, of gaining access to its resources, is already a year that has not been achieved. And in order to somehow get closer to achieving this goal, it was decided to arrange the very “oil” provocation, which was discussed above. Like, if we can’t get to hydrocarbons ourselves, let the Syrian extremist groups do that, who will lay out our oil resources on a blue-plate platter in exchange for well-intentioned military-technical support. And the unfolding struggle for the oil regions will finally destroy the Syrian statehood.

The sight is clear. Obviously, in such a situation, the main task of Russia is to try and shoot down this sight with all our might. It is pointless to do this through consultations within the Russia-NATO Council, as the last meeting demonstrated. So you need to look for other ways. And these routes are unlikely to be diplomatic, as it is hardly worth thinking seriously about a certain military variant of the resolution of the issue by Russia. There is another way, which in the present conditions will literally force our Western "partners" to reconsider their positions. This path is economic. Only now, while Russia is far from having such powerful economic levers, as we would like, with their help, the European Union and NATO brethren be brought to the fore. But there is such an organization on the world map as the BRICS, whose position on Syria is largely in agreement with each other. If we use the leverage of the pressure of BRICS, then this whole game with “opposition oil”, organized by the European Union, can be completed overnight. In the end, only the economic agitation of such a giant organism like BRICS can put in place too many imagined states of themselves. Another question is whether BRICS is ready to go on such a stir. After all, one thing is support in words, and the other is in deeds. Here there is a field for diplomatic agreements to coordinate actions, because if time is lost, Syria will be completely torn to pieces.

The discussion on the Syrian topic was not limited to the discussion on the Russia-NATO Council. During the meeting, topics such as security on the Korean Peninsula, the situation in Afghanistan and the joint fight against drug trafficking were also touched upon. There have already been discovered more points of productive contact between Russia and the NATO countries. The passions between the two Koreas cause concern in Moscow and in Brussels. In terms of cooperation within the framework of the so-called Afghan mission, agreements were reached that Russia will continue to supply helicopters to this Central Asian country, as well as arrange for the training of Afghan specialists on its territory (in Novosibirsk).

However, as soon as we started talking about countering drug trafficking, the opinions of the parties were again divided. If Russia sees the destruction of poppy plantations as an effective way to solve the leveling problem of Afghan drug trafficking, then Brussels continues to repeat something unintelligible in the spirit of "need to support other types of agriculture in Afghanistan." This support for “agriculture” resulted in the fact that, according to the UN, over the past couple of years, new hectares of opium plantations have appeared in the 6 regions of Afghanistan. German journalists present even more impressive information: in Afghanistan, there are unique credit organizations that support Afghan farmers, who grow poppies. At the same time, the evidence that loans are of a dollar nature is no longer surprising ...

As a result, many people, rejecting the diplomatic rage of the ornateness, agreed that the meeting of the Russia-NATO Council did not lead to productive moves for both sides. But this is not the first time. And, therefore, it is quite expedient to call into question the very necessity of the existence of this Council. What is the point of his work, if Russia is always willing to perceive Russia as a sort of boy for verbal beating? More than two dozen on one - somehow undiplomatic. With the same success, it would be possible to establish a Council of Great Britain-SCO or Estonia-BRICS ... It is certainly good agreement on helicopters, but do we need such representative meetings for which more money is spent on organizing and holding which Cyprus rescue ...
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  1. radio operator
    radio operator April 25 2013 08: 06 New
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    As a result, many, rejecting the diplomatic flurry of floridity, agreed that the meeting of the Russia-NATO Council did not lead to productive shifts for both sides. But this is not the first time. And, therefore, it is quite advisable to question the very need for the existence of this Council.

    This has long been understood. Initially, NATO was directed against the USSR (Russia), so it will be. From this we must proceed.
    1. Romn
      Romn April 25 2013 08: 07 New
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      It is high time for Russia to undertake a more serious movement with the brazen Western countries. They allow themselves too much, but conversations do not lead to anything, I would really like to see finally real productive actions ...
      1. dmitrich
        dmitrich April 25 2013 08: 47 New
        +6
        what about the recent Stockholm training bombing?
        1. Papakiko
          Papakiko April 25 2013 09: 57 New
          +4
          Quote: Dmitry
          what about the recent Stockholm training bombing?

          Was there a boy?
          More like another horror duck!
      2. Krapovy32
        Krapovy32 April 25 2013 08: 57 New
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        Quote: Romn
        It is high time for Russia to undertake a more serious movement with the brazen Western countries. They allow themselves too much, but conversations do not lead to anything, I would really like to see finally real productive actions ...



        Our time will come, Russia hibernates like a bear for a long time. But when she woke up and saw the aggression of Western geyvrotpopupeytsev then tumbled down so that they ran away and for a long time later wounds licked.
        1. pav-pon1972
          pav-pon1972 April 25 2013 15: 56 New
          +2
          ... then tumbled into them so that they ran away and for a long time later they licked the wounds.

          And in the long run it is necessary to make sure that she (Geyvropa) would not only be able to not only lick her wounds, but even what dirty tricks even think ....
        2. CAMS
          CAMS April 26 2013 04: 44 New
          +1
          to whom to tumble? they don’t fight with us. they fight at the hands of the Islamists and then we will have to fight the Islamic world and then THESE will climb. HOW TO AVOID THIS, THIS IS THE PROBLEM !!!
      3. cherkas.oe
        cherkas.oe April 25 2013 12: 51 New
        +1
        Quote: Romn
        , I would really like to see finally real productive actions ...

        Real constructive proposals for such actions only without fiction and romance, please voice.
        1. illarion
          illarion April 25 2013 15: 14 New
          +4
          Offer to negotiate only with the United States, as the leader of NATO, excluding all sorts of Estonia and other shellon from the process. Bazar never leads to constructive solutions. To leave the Russia-NATO Council. And the United States still pays for helicopters.
          Through the CSTO or CU or SCO countries, try to make a decision to start combating the spread of drugs by destroying poppy seedlings in Afghanistan (it was reported that a biological method has been developed to destroy poppy seedlings, or worms, or tsetse flies)));
          Create a computer game "NATO against drug addicts" or "NATO against Afghans."
          friend.
          To negotiate with moderate representatives of the Muslim clergy in Afghanistan and the Taliban to reduce poppy planting, as a large number of drug addicts have appeared in Afghanistan;
          Bring to the Afghan leadership information on PERSONAL responsibility for transporting heroin across the former Soviet border. Let them be sold to NATO countries
          1. vadson
            vadson April 25 2013 17: 39 New
            +3
            it is necessary to hammer in these western countries, to inform that in the period (for example) from May 2013 to April 2014 the Russian Federation will spray poppy plantations without anyone's permission on Afghan territory. and let the west try to at least blather, we are fighting drugs, we are not engaged in bombing. amers are not suicides to shoot our planes. they will start screaming, but they will simply be shut up by their desire to produce drugs and inaction in terms of combating the spread of opium.
          2. Phantom Revolution
            Phantom Revolution April 26 2013 00: 03 New
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            herbicide Ankor-85
            Quote: illarion
            Developed a biological method for destroying poppy crops
    2. Bykov.
      Bykov. April 25 2013 08: 43 New
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      Quote: radio operator
      ... Initially, NATO was directed against the USSR (Russia), so it will be. From this we must proceed ...

      In my opinion, this is the very-ORIGINAL, where as ancient than the creation of NATO. Their hatred of Russia and the Russians is much deeper in the centuries, and NATO and its anti-Russian policy today are just a modern interpretation of old European phobias.
      But still, the intonation, in conversations with the NATO, has clearly changed, both on our side and on their side. I don’t even want to remember, our slurred policies, in their relations with them in the 90 and their dismissive tone towards us and our interests, now they cannot afford this, even though they clearly want it.
    3. avt
      avt April 25 2013 10: 16 New
      +4
      Quote: radio operator
      This has long been understood. Initially, NATO was directed against the USSR (Russia), so it will be. From this we must proceed.

      And not only . It’s good not to get very excited and worry about these topics. The routine work of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs request Business must be dealt with.
      1. 755962
        755962 April 25 2013 11: 55 New
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        Nothing has changed ...

        Yes, and not to change .. And therefore, do your business slowly and cf them on them from a high bell tower ..
  2. Romn
    Romn April 25 2013 08: 07 New
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    It is high time for Russia to undertake a more serious movement with the brazen Western countries. They allow themselves too much, but conversations do not lead to anything, I would really like to see finally real productive actions ...
  3. Denis_SF
    Denis_SF April 25 2013 08: 46 New
    +4
    Sly Kerry, we must stop working with "our" terrorists, organize and support the bloody "democratic" "Arab Springs" and get involved in other people's affairs!
    1. seller trucks
      seller trucks April 25 2013 12: 11 New
      +4
      every NATO member in the Chechen diaspora
      1. Seraph
        Seraph April 26 2013 00: 13 New
        +1
        A lot of honor to them. Chechens are our citizens and we can get along with them (if necessary, then re-education). But for a hundred thousand Albanians and gypsies, this is the case))
  4. UFO
    UFO April 25 2013 08: 46 New
    +3
    "Russia-NATO Council", well, these are 2 rowers on opposite ends of the same boat .... they seem to row towards each other ... request ??
  5. bord731
    bord731 April 25 2013 08: 54 New
    +3
    The article is good and very relevant. Russia should adequately respond to the rudeness and cynicism of NATO henchmen. Excuse me, Alex, but there is an error in the article (typo) -
    of the so-called Afghan mission, agreements were reached that Russia would continue to supply helicopters to this (Central African) country
    1. Volodin
      April 25 2013 13: 13 New
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      Thank you, Oleg! Exactly - the demon confused the "Central African" smile
  6. shark
    shark April 25 2013 08: 54 New
    +7
    "In terms of cooperation within the framework of the so-called Afghan mission, agreements were reached that Russia will continue to supply this central african country helicopters "- dear editors of the site, such bloopers seem to surprise))))
    Russia needs to stop looking into the mouth of the once developed and advanced NATO countries. With rare exceptions, there are now mostly tramps there. Naturally, hiding behind the backs of stronger relatives))) they will not miss the chance to yap at Russia. So stop playing friendship with the West .This is a one-goal game. Our people, by the way, are quite ready to worsen relations with the West. I have often heard people criticize the authorities (not particularly loyal to the West anyway) for deflections before NATO.
    Exceptionally equal answers. Buying oil from the bandits, we are selling Assad a consignment of terminators, they sold a box of grenade-bdk to the rebels and brought a tank company. And only so.
    1. DmitriRazumov
      DmitriRazumov April 25 2013 11: 42 New
      +3
      Russia needs to stop looking into the mouth of the once developed and advanced NATO countries.

      But what about the capital and assets of Shuvalov and his ilk, located in Western and Amerov banks, how about children studying in London, wives and mistresses living in villas on the French Riviera?
      1. master_rem
        master_rem April 25 2013 11: 48 New
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        If they do not return from there, I’m sure more than one-tears no one will utter.
        1. SASCHAmIXEEW
          SASCHAmIXEEW April 25 2013 14: 13 New
          +1
          And return stolen and answer for crimes !!!!
      2. SASCHAmIXEEW
        SASCHAmIXEEW April 25 2013 14: 11 New
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        They, on occasion, will live there, all Shuvalovs, Mendel Chubais have alternate airfields, where they will quickly get off if they smell fried !!! And it’s the Shuvalovs, Mendel and Dvarkovichi who look into the mouth! Power is traitors !!!
  7. dimon-media
    dimon-media April 25 2013 09: 10 New
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    All these meetings and councils are just FICTION, in order to let more officialdom go to those supposedly decisions and agreements that were already taken from the very beginning. I will say more briefly so that everything looks diplomatically and civilized. This is a no brainer, everything that is being decided at these meetings of the North Atlantic Alliance, UN Councils, etc., is being decided unilaterally, the opinion of Russia is not taken into account there. Do we need all this? It's time to pull the blanket in its direction. If they start kicking and pulling to their side, then give a kick so that they fly from the bed to the floor. We can do a lot now, if only there was firm will and character. Tired already .. Enough of us try to make suckers.
    1. SASCHAmIXEEW
      SASCHAmIXEEW April 25 2013 14: 15 New
      +1
      I have a very positive attitude towards this approach !!! It's time to show your teeth !!! It would be nice to be in Syria !!!
  8. mamba
    mamba April 25 2013 10: 28 New
    +7
    If Russia sees the destruction of poppy plantations as an effective way to solve the problem of leveling Afghan drug trafficking, then Brussels continues to repeat something slurred in the spirit of “we must support other types of agriculture in Afghanistan.” This support for “agriculture” resulted in the fact that, according to the UN, over the past couple of years, new hectares of opium plantations have appeared in 6 regions of Afghanistan. German journalists present even more impressive information: in Afghanistan, unique credit organizations operate that support Afghan peasants who grow poppy seeds. At the same time, one is not surprised at the data that loans are of a dollar nature ...
    Isn’t it time for us to start supporting agriculture in Colombia, which specializes in coca cultivation and is controlled by the Colombian drug mafia? We will provide transit to the USA and the European Union of their products using transport aviation and nuclear submarines! We must help the poor Colombian peasants. And loans for them also open in dollars. At the same time, we’ll get rid of at least some of these candy wrappers.
    Since Afghan drug trafficking is a direct competitor to our Colombian project, poisoning their plantations with herbicides and a fungal infection:
    - phenoxyacetic acid herbicides that suppress dicotyledonous plants, which include opium poppy. Pesticides of this type are poisonous enzymes. Under their action, part of the biological reactions in the poppy ceases to occur, and this leads to the death of plants or to loss of productivity. Those. alkaloids that make up the main narcotic substances of opium poppy are not produced: morphine, apomorphine, codeine, papaverine, thebaine, laudanine, narcotine, readin and others;
    - strains of the fungus fusarium oxysporum and pleospora papveracae are able to infect and kill poppy and hemp.
    1. SASCHAmIXEEW
      SASCHAmIXEEW April 25 2013 14: 33 New
      +5
      They don’t give a shit what the West will say: they need to pollinate poppy plantations with infection, their children are more expensive than Afghan, ours poison them with HEROES !!, and not their children, but how to survive, you don’t need to teach them, they still live, and how they will live without a poppy is their problem, We have already helped them, and we built roads and schools and hospitals and much more, that everything came out of it !! If they ask, you need help! But now we need to fight at 100% !!! They kill us with drugs! They kill the country !! But su ... ki in power, they don’t do anything !!! I see pure sabotage in this !!
  9. Standard Oil
    Standard Oil April 25 2013 10: 39 New
    +4
    It is high time for Russia to withdraw from all these agreements, commissions, etc. ... Tell them they say we will go our own way, and you go nah. If the parties do not listen to each other, what kind of agreements can we talk about?
    1. SASCHAmIXEEW
      SASCHAmIXEEW April 25 2013 14: 39 New
      +3
      That's right !! Enough suck! And then our deputies run to the embassy for advice! To drive the Mendels of the Dvarkovichs and their ilk from the power of the liquidationists !!!
  10. Slav
    Slav April 25 2013 11: 01 New
    +3
    The Russia-NATO Council is an unnecessary structure. All arising issues can be resolved through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with each country.
  11. orff
    orff April 25 2013 11: 34 New
    +3
    It will not work to shatter the states: they themselves are great masters in this matter. Harsh conditions are required (for example, the recent gesture of North Korea). When Americans bomb neighboring countries, they hide behind a terrorist threat. Russia should do the same. To supply a couple of ballistic missiles with herbicides and to blow them up in the air over Afghan fields. Only before that, officially announce to the whole world about the impending blow.
    1. SASCHAmIXEEW
      SASCHAmIXEEW April 25 2013 14: 42 New
      +2
      It is possible and quiet glanders, with UAVs and drug dealers from the army saskh .. nibbled !!!
  12. artemiy
    artemiy April 25 2013 11: 47 New
    +2
    Russia is not talking with NATO, but with imbeciles! Enough tryndet! And dictate the terms yourself !?
  13. silver_roman
    silver_roman April 25 2013 13: 25 New
    +2
    But with a detailed examination of the information, it turns out that oil will be purchased exclusively in those areas that are controlled by opposition (and, in fact, terrorist) forces.


    This news is extremely disturbing. This move may be a "step" for Assad and the Syrian government as a whole. Let me explain my point: the territory that is controlled by the rebels and from which oil is pumped out will be extremely important for the oil importing countries (those who vote to lift the embargo of NATO countries and their puppets). Consequently, if government troops try to liberate these territories (and they will try, because in fact these are occupied territories, and the president's duty is to defend state sovereignty), they will FIRST come across harsh criticism of the governments of NATO countries (which will be prevented from pumping oil, I am sure kopecks or generally for outdated weapons), and then it is possible to introduce the "PROTECTION" type to protect these territories of NATO under the pretext of protecting its state interests, and from this an alternative option for the capture of Syria can begin.
    My IMHO is clean, but as for me there is logic. If someone does not agree, write, we will discuss!
    1. vadson
      vadson April 25 2013 17: 51 New
      0
      I think this is easier to solve, for example. Assad just needs to fix this situation, the impossibility of its implementation. then they will recover over time if the terrorists have money, weapons, and the Assad will lose more new meat.
      the West is trying to shift the financial burden on this war to self-sufficiency, so to speak. x..em them in the face. let your rabble take themselves overseas.
  14. krez-74
    krez-74 April 25 2013 13: 30 New
    +1
    And Russia does not need to talk to them! Understand this, then we will live!
  15. SCS
    SCS April 25 2013 13: 31 New
    +2
    - "The main task of the world community, in the opinion of the Russian side, is joint actions aimed at bringing the representatives of the Syrian government and the so-called opposition to the negotiating table."
    ----
    What nah. can there be negotiations with bandits? they must be destroyed !!!!!! it’s pointless to negotiate with bandits and terrorists! just like there is no point in this Russia-NATO council ...
  16. silver_roman
    silver_roman April 25 2013 13: 47 New
    0
    True, as soon as it came to countering drug trafficking, the opinions of the parties were again divided.

    already old, worn to holes plate.
    This is a business that earns billions and kills the population of unfriendly countries such as the Russian Federation. And the "hegemon" does not want to lose this business. Europa, like an obedient poodle with no brains and a tail in the rectum, is obediently led, despite that. which is already filled with Arabs, blacks, etc., in which young people lose (do not believe) in their primordial values ​​and are also addicted to drugs. I am not speaking unfounded, because aware of what is happening in Latvia. They already really regret that they "moved away" from the Russian Federation.

    We have special forces. operations, the doctrine spelled out the possible use of troops on the territory of other states. So why do we need the permission of some poodles or their owners when our state is under threat. and this problem is very complex. And the impudence of the "overseas friends" already knows no bounds. they are almost openly talking about their vile goals and intentions! .... GAD!
  17. xmike
    xmike April 25 2013 13: 49 New
    +1
    Quote: krez-74
    And Russia does not need to talk to them! Understand this, then we will live!

    Need to talk - this is for hamsters
    But more you need to take real steps
  18. mabuta
    mabuta April 25 2013 14: 04 New
    +1
    On the other hand, when deciding on the purchase of oil from terrorists in Syria, a serious brawl will probably begin between the gangs for the oil fields; - wires, etc., and this should lead to some kind of their associations, exit from the cities (such as: - they give more) and the valiant Assad Army (without irony) it will be easier to destroy them. angry -but just do not tell anyone quietly bully
  19. Ram chandra
    Ram chandra April 25 2013 14: 21 New
    0
    Russia needs to brazenly transfer weapons to Asadushka. Substituting Belarus, or some plant. Well, or even send standard weapons. Even better is the military. specialists.
  20. seller trucks
    seller trucks April 25 2013 14: 50 New
    +1
    Quote: dimon-media
    All these meetings and councils are just FICTION, in order to let more officialdom go to those supposedly decisions and agreements that were already taken from the very beginning. I will say more briefly so that everything looks diplomatically and civilized. This is a no brainer, everything that is being decided at these meetings of the North Atlantic Alliance, UN Councils, etc., is being decided unilaterally, the opinion of Russia is not taken into account there. Do we need all this? It's time to pull the blanket in its direction. If they start kicking and pulling to their side, then give a kick so that they fly from the bed to the floor. We can do a lot now, if only there was firm will and character. Tired already .. Enough of us try to make suckers.



    this is correct, it is high time for Russia to give a damn about any kind of "public opinion", "committees" on human rights and so on. democratic crap. helluva lot, the USA began to feel at ease, hiding behind beautiful labels. Honestly, I experienced an incredible sense of pride for Russia when they slapped the Georgians in the face, handsome Lavrov, Clever Churkin, but we can when we want, they showed who is the boss in the Caucasus
    1. vadson
      vadson April 25 2013 17: 57 New
      0
      Quote: seller trucks
      Quote: dimon-media
      All these meetings and councils are just FICTION, in order to let more officialdom go to those supposedly decisions and agreements that were already taken from the very beginning. I will say more briefly so that everything looks diplomatically and civilized. This is a no brainer, everything that is being decided at these meetings of the North Atlantic Alliance, UN Councils, etc., is being decided unilaterally, the opinion of Russia is not taken into account there. Do we need all this? It's time to pull the blanket in its direction. If they start kicking and pulling to their side, then give a kick so that they fly from the bed to the floor. We can do a lot now, if only there was firm will and character. Tired already .. Enough of us try to make suckers.



      this is correct, it is high time for Russia to give a damn about any kind of "public opinion", "committees" on human rights and so on. democratic crap. helluva lot, the USA began to feel at ease, hiding behind beautiful labels. Honestly, I experienced an incredible sense of pride for Russia when they slapped the Georgians in the face, handsome Lavrov, Clever Churkin, but we can when we want, they showed who is the boss in the Caucasus

      applause in the caucasus studio has moved to Moscow for a long time, and the state looks at it through the fingers
  21. Vtel
    Vtel April 25 2013 15: 22 New
    +2
    Once again, representatives of states belonging to the North Atlantic Alliance said that Russia should refuse to support Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and convince him to resign, freeing up a place at the helm of the country to "progressive democratic" forces.

    Western liberals "dictate" to our liberals how to live, but they have one root! From here you can only hear the quiet rustling in the kitchen of History. To all the Syrian people and Bashar al-Assad, health and fortitude!
  22. orff
    orff April 25 2013 16: 25 New
    +1
    Let's count. NATO has been democratizing Afghan since 2001. Ivanov says: "Up to 100 people die in Russia every year because of drugs." For 12 heroic years only from drugs in Russia 1 million 200 people were killed. This is a war without gunpowder waged by the United States against RUSSIA. For example, in Syria, 70 thousand were killed in 2 years of conflict. And when will the timid voice of RUSSIA in international organizations clearly and distinctly accuse the United States of massacres? Only excuseful questions are heard, "they say, Afghanistan is too tough for you? You are caught in the same swamp as the USSR, ha ha ha !!!" Meanwhile, the Americans earn much more on heroin than on hydrocarbons and dictate the norms of behavior to everyone without exception. And with the money earned, and washed in Qatar, they shake the entire Middle East and Africa, the Caucasus like Charon's bloody boat. Russia needs to find a way to MAKE OCCUPIERS of Afghanistan destroy crops!
  23. irka_65. irina
    irka_65. irina April 25 2013 17: 31 New
    0
    Stop messing around. It is high time for Russia to give a tough answer, to show in reality who is the boss in the house. We can when we want. So the time has come to want in full measure, it's time to wake up.
  24. krokodil25
    krokodil25 April 25 2013 18: 23 New
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    THE GREATNESS OF RUSSIA DOES NOT DARK ANYONE TO anyone !!!
  25. Ak 12
    Ak 12 April 25 2013 18: 52 New
    +2
    Once again, representatives of states belonging to the North Atlantic Alliance said that Russia should give up support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and convince him to resign, freeing up a place at the helm of the country to “progressive democratic” forces

    These "Progressive Democratic Forces" Kill children and women, cut off the heads of imams and Demonstratively hang them on minarets
  26. Semyon Albertovich
    Semyon Albertovich April 25 2013 19: 36 New
    0
    for hell you need this bazaar - still cheated a hundred times.
    1. Ilmir099
      Ilmir099 April 25 2013 21: 07 New
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      And this suggests that the fate of the country is not indifferent to our people!
  27. Spike
    Spike April 25 2013 22: 24 New
    0
    When you mother Russia stamp your foot?! How much can different shellogon mock us ???
  28. Ulysses
    Ulysses April 25 2013 22: 49 New
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    Nobody canceled the "right of the strong".
    The rest is secondary (along with the United Nations and other husks).
  29. 1goose3
    1goose3 April 25 2013 22: 53 New
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    NATO-Russia Council: closed-ear dialogues

    It is time to put this in place, overgrown, intensely aging, NATu. BRICS need to demonstrate young, overgrown muscles.