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Yakovenko: London suspended political dialogue with Moscow

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At the initiative of the British side, almost all political contacts with the Russian Federation were frozen against the backdrop of Moscow’s active position on the Syrian conflict, reports RIA News message of the Russian ambassador in London, Alexander Yakovenko.




"Almost all political contacts were abruptly interrupted by the British side, the political dialogue at the highest level, between the leaders, was negated", - The ambassador said, adding that "culture has remained the only area where bilateral cooperation has remained at the same level."

He noted that "another round of deterioration in relations occurred after his meeting with British Foreign Secretary Political Director Simon Gass last week."

Yakovenko recalled that a week ago he was “refused a request for intelligence information for air strikes against the Islamic State in Syria.” He received a second negative response to the request, "relating to establishing ties with the Free Syrian Army" to more effectively fight the militants of the terrorist organization of the IG.

“At the ministerial level, stagnation is also observed. It started with the Syrian conflict, but after the onset of the Ukrainian crisis, we especially felt it. ”Said the ambassador.

According to him, the embassy was even forced to reduce the number of employees "due to the refusal of the British authorities to issue visas to Russian diplomats."

The initiator of the deterioration of bilateral relations, according to Yakovenko, is the ruling Conservative Party ("Tory") of Britain. In its manifesto it is written that "Russia is a great danger to the UK, is the same threat as the IG," the diplomat said.
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  1. venzim
    venzim 26 October 2015 19: 27
    25
    These are some convulsions
    1. Observer2014
      Observer2014 26 October 2015 19: 33
      19
      Yakovenko: London suspended political dialogue with Moscow
      As I understand it, they’re offended by us! But nothing, as they say on offended balconies, falls and so on.
      1. gans_sp
        gans_sp 26 October 2015 19: 42
        25
        It is necessary to throw all British consulting offices and other rating agencies (financial intelligence) out of Russia. Compare the number of such offices with the IG, since between us they do not see the difference.
        1. Zoldat_A
          Zoldat_A 26 October 2015 21: 14
          12
          Quote: gans_sp
          It is necessary to throw all British consulting offices and other rating agencies (financial intelligence) out of Russia.

          In general, I thought that 90 left and ended. Take off your imported consultants together. And our government - they are so, out of habit harm ... It turns out - no? To the nail of these consultants.

          At all if it comes to extremes and the seizure of property, then we will remain unowned factories, and they will have football clubs and elite housing. Feel the difference?
          1. gans_sp
            gans_sp 26 October 2015 22: 42
            +5
            If the factories, dear Zoldat_A, they built here, no, they sit on derivatives of the 2nd and 3rd order. Their business is finances, risks and other hedging (forgive me, gentlemen). Speculators in the worst incarnation, do not produce anything. Their tools are thin strings that torment us to tear.
            1. Tatyana
              Tatyana 27 October 2015 00: 32
              +2
              venzim
              These are some convulsions
              The picture is not convulsions, but worse - this is a dying tetanus! A disease in which non-extensible death cramps in a patient are so strong that even iron beds bend. Moreover, they are preserved by the mummified corpse in the coffin even centuries later!
              It seems that Old England from the successes of the Russian Air Force in Syria really flows into the military-political TABLE in relations with Russia!
            2. Zoldat_A
              Zoldat_A 28 October 2015 00: 09
              +1
              Quote: gans_sp
              Speculators in the worst incarnation, do not produce anything. Their tools arethese are thin strings which we torment to tear.

              It would be a desire. Always the one who owns the property controls the financial flows - there is always him what place to take with ticks.

              Yes, for 25 years we have been tied to the dollar - Mom, don't cry! And when I in "Merlin" pay for a Chinese screwdriver with a card - my penny goes to the American budget. And it turns out that Prokhorov and Abramovich are beggars in Russia! All their companies are located in some kind of offshore. So, resources are here, production is here, people are here, and profit is there?

              Here are just two areas in which you can and should hit. I think that Prokhorov and Abramovich will not go anywhere, they will leave offshore in Russia. And they won’t leave - it’s worse for them. They are hucksters, they know how to count. They will find that it’s better to be a little poorer HERE than to beggars THERE.
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        2. Barrcode
          Barrcode 26 October 2015 22: 35
          +4
          Quote: gans_sp
          All British consulting offices and other rating agencies (financial intelligence) must be thrown out of Russia.

          We have not a few consulates (in different regions), and in each decent state, and since the number of contacts tends to zero, then the number of British people we should strive for there too. Follow the consultants to send. There will be a small secretariat in Moscow.
          1. Talgat
            Talgat 26 October 2015 22: 53
            +5
            it must be understood by all of us that England is enemy number 1 for Eurasia for several centuries

            I apologize for the repetitions - but geopolitics is geopolitics - and "their McKinder" and our Gumilyov and all others have long proved - that "the sea" (England and the USA) and the Land (this is the USSR or the Golden Horde - call it what you want) are eternal enemies

            And Russia and all its peoples - and first of all the Russians - because they are now the basis of Eurasia - "fall" automatically

            But I will add optimism - the Eurasian idea is so omnipotent that it does not need defenders or propaganda - Eurasia "fell" many times and always rose again

            Attila drove all of Europe with Rome (the army of Attila, by the way - the steppes and Russians), the Golden Horde and Nevsky stopped the dogs of the knights, in 1812 the rest of the continent fought along with the Russians, and Hitler was beaten all together

            The current moment of weakness and collapse is very temporary - you will see - a great empire will rise - even stronger than even the USSR - the main thing is to keep traditions - the union of the great steppe and Orthodox Slavs and the Caucasus

            And neither China nor Geyropa nor the United States decree
            1. JACTUS RECTUS
              JACTUS RECTUS 27 October 2015 06: 04
              +2
              USSR = Golden Horde-tin what.
              Especially hung Atilla is a Russian guy. Did you go to school ???
              Nevsky, let it be known to you, the vassal of the Horde was and it was an enemy to him no less than the notorious "knights". By the way, it was the Poles with the Hungarians who stopped the Horde from further advancing to Europe, and we indirectly helped them, having previously weakened it.
              If you broadcast such nonsense there in Estonia, it’s not surprising that local authorities are afraid of you, I would be scared too. If you discredit Russia and Russians, even without understanding this Russian, I’m already sick of this Great Russian chauvinism, I can imagine Estonians react. Attempts to see themselves in all events, which represents at least some historical value, smack of vanity and banal ignorance.
              With all the above, I agree with the assertion that the Anglo-Saxons are our number one enemy and the confrontation at the mainland-ocean level has been going on for a long time and there is no end to this edge.
              1. Talgat
                Talgat 27 October 2015 11: 03
                +1
                I respect your opinion

                just comment

                1) I am not from Estonia - the site is buggy with flags - I am Kazakh from Kazakhstan - and the Kipchak - and the Kipchaks are the descendants of Attila and the wife of Alexander Nevsky by the way

                2) The Soviet Union, like the Golden Horde, as well as tsarist Russia and the Atilla empire before that, etc. are all Eurasian empires built by our ancestors. it is the descendants of all these peoples that now form the basis of both Russia and Kazakhstan

                3) Atilla, you are right, not Russian - he is a Hun, this people is the ancestor of all the steppes of the Turks of Eurasia. But in the army of Atilla fought all the peoples of Eurasia, including the Slavs - the ancestors of the Russians. He was a highly educated man. spoke many languages ​​- including Russian (there is a good study - Bushkov’s book about him)

                4) Yes, Nevsky was a vassal of the Horde - but he chose the side of Eurasia and not Europe - much is written about this and this is his key role in establishing the common choice of the Russian people. And his wife had a kipchachka - and his father-in-law sent help to beat the Germans
      2. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 26 October 2015 21: 10
        +4
        Quote: Observer2014
        I understand that they were offended by us!But not what, as they say on offended balconies fall and so on.

        Ah ah ah! As if for the first time! And as if they did not know how this resentment would end. Now a couple million millions of Arabs will come — in London they will completely forget about us!
      3. SAXA.SHURA
        SAXA.SHURA 26 October 2015 21: 42
        +1
        Do we have our own intelligence that doesn’t do a damn thing? That all the data is begging for the Americans, the British, or are we working for a fool ?.
        1. Awaz
          Awaz 27 October 2015 00: 20
          +3
          The appeal of the Russian authorities to the United States and Britain regarding the "opposition" in Syria is a diplomatic step, more like a trick. Because neither the United States nor England really know who is who and what is doing. That is, they have emissaries there who coordinate terrorist activities, but they are unlikely to convey the real state of affairs. And since many gangs, because of their impunity, "became famous" for cutting off their heads, then openly and openly admit that these are their offspring, they still piss (well, I'm talking about England and the USA).
      4. kepmor
        kepmor 26 October 2015 22: 16
        +3
        Exactly, and their women are terrifying as terrible!
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    2. Kuzhugetovich
      Kuzhugetovich 26 October 2015 19: 38
      +8
      Tridvaras Anglo-Saxon) Apparently do not like to get on the nose)
      1. SRC P-15
        SRC P-15 26 October 2015 19: 42
        +2
        Yakovenko: London suspended political dialogue with Moscow

        They want to get off smart!
  2. Same lech
    Same lech 26 October 2015 19: 28
    14
    According to him, the embassy was even forced to reduce the number of employees "due to the refusal of the British authorities to issue visas to Russian diplomats."


    The Anglo-Saxons often act abominably and I am not surprised at their current behavior.
    1. Penetrator
      Penetrator 26 October 2015 19: 41
      10
      The next step will be the recall of the ambassador and the declaration of war?
      1. Nick
        Nick 26 October 2015 19: 55
        +3
        Quote: Penetrator
        The next step will be the recall of the ambassador and the declaration of war?

        Not. The next step at a gallop, sorry, in need and wash your thighs. lol
    2. ejov1976
      ejov1976 26 October 2015 20: 59
      +5
      Leave in English.
      Do not wait until you are sent in Russian!
      1. Kos_kalinki9
        Kos_kalinki9 26 October 2015 22: 01
        +4
        Quote: ejov1976
        Leave in English.
        Do not wait until you are sent in Russian!

        I won’t write a phrase, I hope everyone knows.
        1. Victor-M
          Victor-M 27 October 2015 00: 07
          +2
          It seems something like this. laughing
  3. Major Yurik
    Major Yurik 26 October 2015 19: 29
    23
    Dialogue is a conversation between two interlocutors. The Saxon version is a bazaar of Saxons alone, while the steel ones are faithfully silent. Go away, dear ones, mess with the Baltoboys, pishek and kaklami, and we will manage! am
  4. skayl
    skayl 26 October 2015 19: 29
    +9
    Oh guys! It’s you in vain -How it comes around, it will respond! Our sayings always work negative
  5. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 26 October 2015 19: 31
    +8
    It is clear that Russia is a threat to small Britain. One volley Tu 160, and no referendum on the separation of England from Scotland will no longer be required.
    1. Major Yurik
      Major Yurik 26 October 2015 19: 35
      10
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      It is clear that Russia is a threat to small Britain. One volley Tu 160, and no referendum on the separation of England from Scotland will no longer be required.


      Yeah, they’ll disperse in tectonic terms, without a referendum! negative
  6. sledge
    sledge 26 October 2015 19: 33
    +2
    The collective farm is a voluntary affair - join the khosh, we’ll not shoot the khosh.
  7. Baloo
    Baloo 26 October 2015 19: 33
    +6
    Are we somehow dependent on London? Only those who have real estate and sawn fat hidden in Nagydon Saxons depend on Naglosaks. Reply symmetrically. Yevlinsky, with his small houses in Yongdong, for the negotiated agreement on the sharing of jointly produced products (from the petrodollar of 10 September of Russia, to 90 macaques from fascington), of course, is exciting from all the emotions. What if they are interested in where the money for the houses comes from.
    What about you and me? Who at home has something of Jöglitz, without which there is no way to live?
  8. skayl
    skayl 26 October 2015 19: 34
    +5
    They have no one to steer besides "TORI"? How can it be that way, here's freedom for you; here's democracy for you! am
    1. CT-55_11-9009
      CT-55_11-9009 27 October 2015 00: 07
      +1
      So there are also "Whigs". Well, or there should be ...
  9. bronik
    bronik 26 October 2015 19: 35
    +6
    Russia is a huge danger to the UK

    Have we ever been friends? The stiff English with their progmatism always balance on the verge of a foul. Not for nothing that the criminals fleeing Russia hide in London.
    1. kil 31
      kil 31 26 October 2015 19: 42
      +3
      Quote: bronik
      Russia is a huge danger to the UK

      Have we ever been friends? The stiff English with their progmatism always balance on the verge of a foul. Not for nothing that the criminals fleeing Russia hide in London.

      We were not when we were friends. I believe that you need to freeze all this crap. If it will be necessary to conduct a serious conversation, it is only through grandmother Lisa. She will quickly besiege her chamber in negotiations.
      1. shershen
        shershen 26 October 2015 22: 20
        0
        A dead room, an old lady of God’s dandelion, has long had a purely decorative function.
    2. ejov1976
      ejov1976 26 October 2015 21: 00
      +5
      Nifiga yourself news! But what about families, children, grandchildren beloved of our celestials? Just that - everyone is eager to live, study, be treated in London - Paris
      1. shershen
        shershen 26 October 2015 22: 21
        +1
        Well, England was always glad to Russian money always.
  10. igorra
    igorra 26 October 2015 19: 35
    +6
    As the saying goes: "The British crap" or "God forbid to have Anglo-Saxons as friends."
  11. samarin1969
    samarin1969 26 October 2015 19: 37
    13
    Horror! ... I invite officials to declare a boycott of parent meetings in London ...
    1. Kos_kalinki9
      Kos_kalinki9 26 October 2015 23: 00
      +2
      Quote: samarin1969
      Horror! ... I invite officials to declare a boycott of parent meetings in London ...

      It will be hard for them without "ours"
  12. vovanpain
    vovanpain 26 October 2015 19: 38
    13
    Well, we are all so upset that now we won’t sleep at night, Washington’s proud room dogs will not talk to us, let the top six of Washington command dill.
  13. cniza
    cniza 26 October 2015 19: 39
    +7
    It was they who were speechless after the actions of Russia in Syria, they would soon leave and speak.
  14. Alexandr2637
    Alexandr2637 26 October 2015 19: 40
    +4
    And for me, so long ago it's time to break off all diplomatic relations with the Anglo-Saxons. They are with the Yankees - OUR ENEMIES UNTIL EXTENDED!
  15. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 26 October 2015 19: 41
    +3
    "London has suspended political dialogue with Moscow."

    Oh, another monkey on a hill (or a tree?). Only not two tigers are fighting. A bear, both on a hill and on a tree - when they get it without any problems, will catch up with any banderlog, but the tiger, he is not a rival to Misha — the client, always falls into the taiga at a personal meeting, especially in winter, if you wake up the bear.
  16. Denis Skiff
    Denis Skiff 26 October 2015 19: 41
    +5
    Let London get off the planet)))
  17. parusnik
    parusnik 26 October 2015 19: 44
    +7
    London suspended political dialogue with Moscow... It is quite logical, Russia "theirs" began to kill, ISIS and other "moderate" terrorists, the Angles were offended .. So much money to invest in these organizations and in a few days everything is in dust ...
    1. Rurikovich
      Rurikovich 26 October 2015 19: 56
      +4
      Quote: parusnik
      Angles were offended ..

      In such cases, you need to fall booty in the sand, leave the scapula in different directions and screech both in a tedious and prolonged way, while not forgetting to periodically release the snot and brush it off with your sleeve to enhance the effect repeat
  18. viktor561
    viktor561 26 October 2015 19: 57
    +4
    Yes, it is clear - Great Britain rules the world (not the USA). The Anglo-Saxon world is influenced by Great Britain and it is not necessary to write off Freemasonry, which affects many top leaders of governments around the world and the opposition, including Russia.
  19. Armored optimist
    Armored optimist 26 October 2015 19: 58
    +2
    The threatened period has begun?
  20. Siberia 9444
    Siberia 9444 26 October 2015 20: 02
    +3
    Confused, the ideas are over, waiting for further instructions from Washington laughing
  21. sir_obs
    sir_obs 26 October 2015 20: 03
    +2
    All evil is from the Anglo-Saxons, we need to issue our decree, equate them with a severe form of psychosis and prescribe treatment
  22. 31rus
    31rus 26 October 2015 20: 05
    +3
    Well, this is good news, what’s next? Gentlemen, you haven’t proved the wall with your head for a long time, you were needed with your demarches
  23. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 26 October 2015 20: 06
    +1
    Quote: parusnik
    London suspended political dialogue with Moscow... It is quite logical, Russia "theirs" began to kill, ISIS and other "moderate" terrorists, the Angles were offended .. So much money to invest in these organizations and in a few days everything is in dust ...


    The daily and stubborn bombardment destroys the Three Century Dreams of the Apostles God of the loot. Aw! This is blasphemy! (From their point of view, the one and only). And for me, it’s good to rob, leeches time to answer.
  24. edeligor
    edeligor 26 October 2015 20: 13
    +3
    And for some reason, I remembered the recent match between Liverpool and Rubin - this is arrogance, snobbery, enthusiastic screaming commentator ... I hate it !!! My attitude to these pompous arrogant Saxons as the elusive Joe. Their time passes, all the sins of the earth come from these cursed islands, I do not exclude the possibility that radical Islam began to appear after the imposition of Sodom sin and others like it with naglosaks to the whole world ...
  25. Prisoner
    Prisoner 26 October 2015 20: 14
    0
    Like children. Offended.
  26. roskot
    roskot 26 October 2015 20: 16
    +1
    We have to cry. They dig trenches.
  27. roskot
    roskot 26 October 2015 20: 18
    0
    Cry in the pillow. then cook dinner in the kitchen. Passed by ...
  28. barclay
    barclay 26 October 2015 20: 25
    +2
    The British were "constipated" after requesting cooperation in Syria.
    And so it was clear who had the "stigma in the gun".
  29. APASUS
    APASUS 26 October 2015 20: 27
    0
    The times of Great Britain have sunk into oblivion, and they behave like a manager in a bank ............. sorry for the finely shaved!
  30. Gor-1974
    Gor-1974 26 October 2015 20: 30
    +2
    Well, according to rumors, England is the master of the Western world and America, then such actions indicate the beginning of the war ... unless of course rumors are believed
  31. Mercury
    Mercury 26 October 2015 20: 38
    +4
    How will Abramovich sail on a yacht now? Or is he on a cultural exchange .. And the whole shobla of wealthy lovers of a damp island.
  32. olimpiada15
    olimpiada15 26 October 2015 20: 46
    +2
    This is what happens, do our VKV pick their sandbox? Yes, and we ask for the coordinates?
  33. Stinger
    Stinger 26 October 2015 20: 49
    +2
    They do not want to contact because they cannot answer any of the questions posed. There is nothing to say for the soul except ambition there is nothing. We collected all the Russian farewells and were offended. On offended carry water. And there is a good proverb: A woman with a cart is easier.
  34. Vlad5307
    Vlad5307 26 October 2015 21: 02
    +2
    “Yakovenko recalled that a week ago he was“ refused a request to provide intelligence information for air strikes on targets of the Islamic State in Syria. ”He received a second negative response to a request“ regarding establishing ties with the Free Syrian Army ”for more effective fight against militants of the terrorist organization IS "."
    This is an unacceptable proposal for England from Russia: "How, are you going to bomb our brainchild ?! We have thrown so much" green "on them - brought up, trained, armed, and you just don't have them ?! No, we don't play like that - we are offended by you ! " laughing am
  35. Peterhof 73
    Peterhof 73 26 October 2015 21: 16
    +3
    London suspended political dialogue with Moscow

    I didn’t even read. I want to say only one thing: Yes and XYZ with him!
  36. Erg
    Erg 26 October 2015 21: 23
    +3
    The world is ruled by England, the Vatican and Washington (DC). Therefore, the sign is good. A woman with a cart is easier for a mare. good
  37. pilot bin-bom
    pilot bin-bom 26 October 2015 21: 30
    +6
    Russia has good “allies” - England and the USA!
    The Japanese-Russian conflict of 1904-1907 was the United States and England. Some facts of this conflict “for some reason” fell out of sight of the official “science”. For example, many warships of the Far Eastern squadron were built at American shipyards, just like the Japanese. Only by order of the Maritime Admiralty of the Russian Empire in the USA, high-speed warships were built at the expense of reliability. The desired speed was “achieved” by American shipbuilders not due to design solutions or to improving the quality of armored steel, which would reduce the weight of the armor, without reducing its reliability, but in a very original way. Since the contract referred only to speed requirements, the Americans did this in the easiest way. They removed their armor wherever it was possible and where it was impossible! The armor plates were removed even near the deck guns, and the armored partitions between the internal compartments of the ships were also removed. After which, almost any breach of the ship led to the inevitable flooding of the ship. It is also curious that on the warships under construction for the Japanese shipyards in San Francisco, everything was as it should be.
    Strange at first glance, the position of American shipbuilders, however, would hardly save the Japanese fleet from complete defeat, if not for the "friendly" recommendation of the British. The British conveyed the recommendation to wet pyroxylin when passing the Russian squadron through the equatorial and tropical waters, supposedly to prevent spontaneous combustion of pyroxylin. In fact, there could simply be no spontaneous combustion of pyroxylin for one simple reason. High humidity in equatorial and tropical waters makes such a fire simply impossible. The council, transmitted through diplomatic channels, turned into an order for the admiral, the leading Russian squadron, and no objections of the sailors, in this regard, were accepted. As a result of such a "friendly" advice by the British, two-thirds of the shells fired at Japanese warships, breaking the sides of these ships, did not explode, just because of the wet pyroxylin in the shells! When the Japanese counted holes and unexploded ordnance after the Tsushima battle, they were horrified by what would happen to their squadron if these shells exploded, as it should have been - after the first two volleys of the Russian squadron, the Japanese would not have left combat-ready warship. The Russian Empire would have won the war after the first battle. But the wet pyroxylin and the lack of proper armor and partitions on warships did their dirty job, as a result of which Russia was left without a Far Eastern squadron and Port Arthur was under siege.
    Source N. Levashov “Russia in Curved Mirrors”
    1. shershen
      shershen 26 October 2015 22: 25
      0
      "The advice transmitted through diplomatic channels turned into an order to the admiral leading the Russian squadron and no objections from the sailors in this regard were accepted."
      Was the admiral a clinical de / beat?
      1. pilot bin-bom
        pilot bin-bom 26 October 2015 23: 03
        +1
        I’m embarrassed to ask, do you know anything for the principle of unity of command in the army and navy? The order came from above - accepted for execution.
        For example, the commanders of the divisions took Voroshilov’s orders until Stalin removed him from the front. Well, think about throwing naked infantry at the tanks - for that they carried out the order. One-man management, damn it.
        1. pilot bin-bom
          pilot bin-bom 26 October 2015 23: 29
          +2
          However, Voroshilov’s eccentricities at the front is a rather distant story. There are fresher episodes - Chechen wars. So for example, the Minister of Defense promised to take Grozny by the forces of one regiment for the New Year - and what came of it? How many boys were put on the Minute? Then, all the same, they surrounded the militants in Grozny - they said they would put everyone down - and they released them. One-man management, damn it.
    2. dauria
      dauria 26 October 2015 23: 49
      +1
      . The Russian Empire would have won the war after the first battle.


      Uh-huh, but the admiral surrendered with the destroyer out of pity for the Japanese? Mediocre command, untrained personnel do not take into account? They didn't know how to control the shooting ... One admiral fled from the battle with three cruisers, the second surrendered four battleships without firing a single shot, the most important and coolest Rozhestvensky pepper (by the way, they considered a genius, Nelson, strong-willed just like Shoigu, don't laugh) made mistakes and surrendered with the destroyer "Bedovy" together with the headquarters. Such a shame, probably, never happened (This is for those who shout about the Russians who do not give up). And there were also excellent sailors who fought to the last. What's the point? In history, only an unconditional defeat remained.
      1. Amurets
        Amurets 27 October 2015 02: 41
        +2
        dauria! With something I agree with you, with something not. And Rozhdestvensky is not the only one to blame. Not for the whole Russo-Japanese war to judge by Novikov-Priboi and Stepanov, that is, Tsushima and Port Arthur. There are many others books about this war: Kravchenko "Across the Three Oceans", Semyonov "Reckoning", Kostenko "On the Eagle in Tsushima", Egoriev do not remember the name of the actions of the Vladivostok detachment of cruisers. There are a lot of mysteries and secrets in this war. And the actions of the Chinese and Manchus are nowhere The actions of the governor of the Far East and the documents of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs are still classified. And the Bolsheviks did not make claims to Kuropatkin about that war. So they understand and understand us with that war. One thing is immutable; Tsar Nicholas II and his these were surrounded by Anglophile views. And all this was led by the British through the niece of Queen Victoria, the Russian empire Aleksanra Fedorovna, the wife of Tsar Nicholas. That's where the sudden orders and royal decrees that led Russia to defeat. And only the revolution of 1905. She brought the tsar and the mosquitoes around him to his senses. Once again I remind you that there are a lot of secrets in this war, and a lot is hidden under the documents about the 1905 revolution.
    3. Amurets
      Amurets 27 October 2015 03: 10
      +2
      I specify the pilot bin-bom! At the 1st Pacific Squadron in the United States, then the cruiser Varyag and the battleship Retvisan were built in the USA. The battleship Tsesarevich was built in France. The main ships of Japan were built by the firms of Armstrong and Vickers, as well as by the firms of Italy. The Russo-Japanese began on 27.01. .Now about shells. You don’t have to write nonsense with ochrome and dry pyroxylin. The main reason for the Russian shells to rupture were fuses, roughly made and poorly designed. This was known even before the Russo-Japanese War. And only in 9.02, after the indicative execution of the battleship Chesma and experiments on the Berezan island on the Black Sea, new shells and new fail-safe fuses were adopted. So, an article by N. Levashov fake or deliberate provocation. Links: there are a lot of R. Melnikov’s Russian ships, a series of Wonderful ships. Suliga: Ships of the Russo-Japanese War and other books.
  38. Mercury
    Mercury 26 October 2015 21: 57
    +1
    Britain has been surrounding Russia for 200 years and How the cat plays. Naturally we are their goal. Yes, she no longer has colonies on paper, but in fact, with their daughter in the United States, they have been dominating the world for more than a hundred years. They do not need to invade Russia and move borders, they need chaos or Yeltsin 2 they need Russia to go down again in the 90s and pump it our oil and gas.
    Yes, there was a scumbag Hitler but quickly appeared and flew quickly and Angosakes continue to play and feel where in Russia weaknesses
  39. KRIG55
    KRIG55 26 October 2015 22: 27
    +6
    The simplest people are these islanders.
  40. DMB3000
    DMB3000 26 October 2015 22: 51
    +3
    Quote: Observer2014
    Yakovenko: London suspended political dialogue with Moscow
    As I understand it, they’re offended by us! But nothing, as they say on offended balconies, falls and so on.

    did we have a dialogue before?
  41. evgmiz
    evgmiz 26 October 2015 23: 20
    0
    What if 26 missiles from Kaliningrad arrive at the sound of negotiations?
  42. serg2108
    serg2108 26 October 2015 23: 54
    +1
    one of the main enemies of our country has taken offense at us ... oh we are so sad and sorry ... in general we need to reduce the level of dip relations with this country to consular relations and introduce all kinds of sanctions against them .. introduce many bans that are possible against reptiles British ..
    well, the fact that they are so offended by us ... so it’s all done nevermind and it’s time to answer them already mutually wink laughing
  43. Zomanus
    Zomanus 27 October 2015 00: 00
    0
    Shaved off. Because they don’t have any information and influence on Syria,
    and pride does not allow this to be recognized.
    So they get caught up.
    Well, the fact that they have refused ties with us may indicate that
    that England decided to exit the big game, temporarily.
  44. Nasty
    Nasty 27 October 2015 00: 34
    0
    Once again, we go to bed, high uncles from high stands will push a couple of angrily revealing speeches ... and that’s it. We make it. As we praise Norwegian red fish, now it’s officially not counter-sanctioned transit straight from Belarus. Zrada?
  45. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 27 October 2015 00: 43
    +2
    Quote: Alexandr2637
    And for me, so long ago it's time to break off all diplomatic relations with the Anglo-Saxons. They are with the Yankees - OUR ENEMIES UNTIL EXTENDED!


    Well, what are we, what animals? In ancient Slavonic - if he lost an intertribal battle, but he remained alive - he had to work for the winner for three years. Then a free man; if you are good, then marry your daughter, there is a lot of land, we will build a house, if there is no aspiration - then ask for the voivode, for the service ... I mean that slavery in Russia NEVER existed, in the Roman sense. Yes, they used to trade in transit. But above all, the Master looked at human qualities. And keep a SLAVE in your backyard? It is more expensive for yourself, it will set on fire wooden buildings, but it will break beyond the Ural-Stone, look later. Is this not the origin of the Russians' striving for justice and freedom? Sometimes contrary to European common sense? In addition, America was killed. It is superfluous, according to Makarenko, according to Makarenko, to re-educate the poor patiently and for many years; we will have time to eradicate. But I thought about the liberals - and the thought went through: "What the hell did I write?" No, not to include such in the list ...
  46. afrikanez
    afrikanez 27 October 2015 01: 03
    +1
    Judging by the smiling face of Yakovenko, we ourselves didn’t really want to keep any shaved contacts. negative
  47. Ajent cho
    Ajent cho 27 October 2015 01: 39
    +2
    Impudent - worthy enemies. No, not like that - ENEMIES. By their behavior they prove our worth. With what I congratulate.
  48. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 27 October 2015 02: 02
    +1
    Quote: gans_sp
    It is necessary to throw all British consulting offices and other rating agencies (financial intelligence) out of Russia. Compare the number of such offices with the IG, since between us they do not see the difference.


    And we do not see the difference between ISIS in the Middle East and ISIS in the US - Exceptional G (k) ovno, but Britain is generally extremely small. Here are woodpeckers sitting there in the committee of chiefs of staff in caps and thinking: "How can I mess with Russia more? Well, where, where are they, dirty harries, stupid ksyusha, bent pasta, 2 percent? Shchet! Extinct. in Kemerovo, or in Chukotka? "
    Or maybe we do an operation in the style of the NKVD? Governors, take it and throw it away! Build a dozen kindergartens and boiler rooms. And as the "curator" arrives for the report - so the FSB tel. Is at hand. Under unobtrusive pressure, and home of pastry utyrochek!
    Here it is, hybrid warfare tactics.
    But seriously, the "partners" have already become insolent, it's time to remind who is passive here.
  49. Squirrel
    Squirrel 27 October 2015 03: 59
    +1
    Baba with a cart ..- the mare is easier.
  50. alexander 2
    alexander 2 27 October 2015 04: 26
    +1
    Britain (as well as the United States) behaves as an authority on the zone, which was omitted.