Former NATO Secretary General: British policy towards Syria is a manifestation of softness

British politician and former Secretary General of the North Atlantic Alliance, George Robertson, filed accusations against the current British authorities, in particular, stating that the country's foreign budget was insufficiently financed and that Syria’s policy was weak, which allegedly allowed the Russian Federation to take active steps.




During a conference in London, Robertson said that the British parliament’s refusal to issue a bombardment mandate for Syria in 2013 was "a sign of weakness, because it gave a clear signal to the Syrian, Iranian and Russian leaders that" the West does not want to defend its values. "

“My clear conviction that this was a manifestation of softness,” RIA quoted him as saying "News".

The politician stressed that this "directly affected" the events on the territory of Ukraine and in the Crimea.

In addition, Robertson criticized the low level of funding for the country's foreign policy, recalling that the authorities had spent 10 billion pounds on the Olympic Games, despite the fact that “only a tenth of this amount was spent on diplomatic work”.
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  1. Throw 28 October 2015 11: 05 New
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    Another former vulture crawled out with its “values”.
    "Give us credentials, and salaries .." laughing
    1. rpek32 28 October 2015 11: 46 New
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      It seems that this vegetable does not understand that THEIR values ​​are not needed in Syria.
      set the news "+" for tired of the messengers bringing news kicking. They are not to blame, and then the desire disappears.
      1. Sober 28 October 2015 12: 14 New
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        I did not put a plus or minus. Call it the news! What is the use of them. One ernish in the comments.
      2. bastasguf90 28 October 2015 12: 16 New
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        so I always feel sorry for the authors, this scale is not correct, there must be two, one evaluates the news, and one article itself, its writing, content
      3. Skif83 28 October 2015 15: 44 New
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        And he does not need to understand what Syria needs.
        This category understands only its own interests.
        What, in fact, Russia should do is to pursue its interests without debugging on the Indians and Anglo-Saxons.
    2. little girl15 28 October 2015 12: 15 New
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      Who will answer me why the Anglo-Saxons always “drive” their “values” with bombs?
    3. Aleksander 28 October 2015 12: 16 New
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      Quote: Lance
      Another former vulture crawled out with its “values”.


      Yes, the Western "values" showed themselves well after the bombing in Iraq and Libya, with millions of victims, refugees, cripples, lushly blossoming Alkaids and ISIS ....
      1. jPilot 28 October 2015 12: 59 New
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        After the performance of such clowns, there is a great desire to take them by the scruff of their neck and throw this wise guy in a "hot spot" under machine-gun fire, the whistle of bullets and bombs. And after ob.os.rany from head to toe ask what it is!
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  2. Altona 28 October 2015 11: 05 New
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    Two piles of rubble in the Falklands do not warm the soul? Again want to send their rusty troughs on an expedition?
  3. vovanpain 28 October 2015 11: 05 New
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    These strange former ones, some are beginning to see, while others, on the contrary, are becoming even more stupid.
    1. bocsman 28 October 2015 11: 43 New
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      Quote: vovanpain
      These strange former ones, some are beginning to see, while others, on the contrary, are becoming even more stupid.

      Yes, it’s not strange. The face of a typical western degenerate! Neither mind nor education alone ambition!
    2. Altona 28 October 2015 11: 49 New
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      Quote: vovanpain
      These strange former ones, some are beginning to see, while others, on the contrary, are becoming even more stupid.

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      And someone just forgets to take a certificate from a doctor, leaves it on the table ... Nothing strange ...
  4. cniza 28 October 2015 11: 06 New
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    During a conference in London, Robertson said that the British parliament’s refusal to issue a bombardment mandate for Syria in 2013 was "a sign of weakness, because it gave a clear signal to the Syrian, Iranian and Russian leaders that" the West does not want to defend its values. "


    Whoever called you there, leave your values ​​to yourself, you look like scavengers cooed. Now Russia will work on your mistakes, and then show you the bill - wait.
  5. kursk87 28 October 2015 11: 12 New
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    The West can defend its values ​​only by bringing death, violence and destruction. As confirmed by Mr. Robertson.
    1. agent rossii 28 October 2015 11: 23 New
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      it negative we are not mr angry
  6. Yun Klob 28 October 2015 11: 18 New
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    He was always a fool, and therefore he held this position.
  7. Buffalo 28 October 2015 11: 20 New
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    As you know, the UK has no friends - there are only interests.
    So we see today that against the backdrop of the impending collapse of the dollar, and with it the world domination of the United States, the British took a preemptive maneuver, concluding a financial alliance with China. Friendship is friendship, and money apart ...
  8. pts-m 28 October 2015 11: 29 New
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    entot warrior seems to be getting a price for himself. he would change a hackneyed record. she is as old as a mammoth, it is immediately obvious that this man was soft with its fifth point and petrified brain.
  9. BOB044 28 October 2015 11: 41 New
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    The politician stressed that this "directly affected" the events on the territory of Ukraine and in the Crimea.
    But would you like a British politician and former Secretary General of the North Atlantic Alliance George Robertson on your head? And so you would understand, but not understand, then he would die.
  10. Comrade Bender 28 October 2015 11: 41 New
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    I wonder what are the values ​​of small-shaven who are in Syria? They placed them there in the bank or what?
  11. provincial 28 October 2015 11: 45 New
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    Well, the muzzle, I have long noticed the more terrible the "man" is the angrier his soul. The mystery of nature.
    1. Sober 28 October 2015 12: 17 New
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      Expressed that person than sit on the porch.
  12. shelva 28 October 2015 11: 45 New
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    What are the values ​​that the British have dropped in Syria ?, just a toad strangling - why are we and not them.
  13. roskot 28 October 2015 11: 48 New
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    British politician and former secretary general of the North Atlantic Alliance George Robertson has charged the current British authorities

    Well, terrible, well, scary. That would have severed the entire British government. They don’t invest money, they don’t want to fight. Yeah, there are other players on stage.
    Britain in the backyard.
  14. olimpiada15 28 October 2015 11: 48 New
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    What protection of their values ​​does Robertson speak of?
    It can be seen very upset by the bombing of the Russian Aerospace Forces ISIS positions,
    it turns out that ISIS is a NATO value that needs to be protected.
  15. iouris 28 October 2015 11: 53 New
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    This is not softness, but the lack of resources for pursuing a different policy. The crisis, my friend, is systemic in nature.
  16. vitaliy.rnd 28 October 2015 11: 55 New
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    PPC ... What "your values" can be in Syria?
  17. Turkir 28 October 2015 12: 15 New
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    "The West does not want to defend its values."

    Trick or treat is a simple motto of robbers from the highway.
  18. cniza 28 October 2015 12: 22 New
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    Quote: Turkir
    "The West does not want to defend its values."

    Trick or treat is a simple motto of robbers from the highway.



    And they don’t even hide it.
  19. WUS 068 28 October 2015 12: 23 New
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    Robertson! And you don’t remember why the star-strikers hit the rockets then pop? Huh?
  20. PValery53 29 October 2015 01: 52 New
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    Still found, "solid", J. Robertson. He, by chance, is not a "semiconductor"?