The FRN Daily News Brief 2018-12-12
This Daily FRN News Brief is a summary of 6 articles about Mena, Syria, Defense, Eurasia, Headline-News, Latin-America, Russia, Venezuela, Crimea, Germany, Anglo-5, Ukraine, United-States, France-Eurasia, Croatia, Serbia.
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Tags in this brief: Russia, Syria, US, Pompeo, Venezuela, Heiko Maas, Kerch Incident, Sanctions, Poroshenko, Ukraine, France, Croatia, Genocide, Serbia
Published 2018-12-12 20:57:03 by Tom Winter in Mena, Syria
Hasan Posdnyakov, in RT Germany: Karin Leukefeld, the only German journalist accredited in Syria, analyzed the peace-preventing balance of power in Syria. According to her, the main reason for this is the interference of foreign powers. The event, organized by the German Communist Party, took place in Berlin. The topic was: “Who is it that prevents peace in Syria”? The moderator was Stefan Hut, Editor-in-Chief of the Young World. The Middle East expert Karin Leukefeld succinctly answered the organizers’ theme question at the beginning of her speech. Those who did not win the war are now preventing peace in Syria…. Continue ->
Tags: Russia, Syria, US
Published 2018-12-12 16:44:09 by Paul Antonopoulos in Defense, Eurasia, Headline-News, Latin-America, Russia, Venezuela
MOSCOW, Russia – The Kremlin totally disagrees with the words of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on the “waste of public resources” on the issue of Russian airplanes sent to Venezuela. Russian President spokesman, Dmitry Peskov’s, hit back saying half of the US military budget would feed the whole of Africa. “In terms of wasting public resources, we do not agree. Moreover, it may not be appropriate for a country where half the military budget would feed all of Africa to make such declarations,” Peskov told reporters. Earlier, on Twitter, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo characterized the deployment… Continue ->
Tags: Pompeo, Russia, Venezuela
Published 2018-12-12 14:40:24 by Tom Winter in Crimea, Eurasia, Germany
Incident at the Kerch Bridge: The US Congress has condemned Russia for “aggression” and demands that Russia return the ships; many a European politician has called for “More Sanctions!” after the Kerch Bridge incident. But it’s not going to happen. On this subject, Ukraine and Lithuania are all alone. We read in RusDialog: The leading EU power refuses to introduce new sanctions against Russia In Berlin, they consider it impractical to introduce new anti-Russian restrictive measures in connection with the incident in the Black Sea. Germany opposes the introduction of new sanctions against the Russian Federation for the incident between… Continue ->
Tags: Heiko Maas, Kerch Incident, Sanctions
Published 2018-12-12 13:41:16 by Paul Antonopoulos in Anglo-5, Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia, Ukraine, United-States
KIEV, Ukraine – Commenting in an interview with Fox News for an incident in the Kirch Sea, the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko announced that he had begun a “war” with Russia. According to the Ukrainian president, the actions of Russian border guards represent aggression. During an appearance Friday on “Fox News @ Night,” Poroshenko told host Shannon Bream he would like to see a major NATO presence in the Black Sea, where Russian forces in November shot at and seized three Ukrainian naval vessels and captured 24 sailors. “This is the act of aggression,” Poroshenko told Bream from the… Continue ->
Tags: Poroshenko, Russia, Ukraine
Published 2018-12-12 12:10:48 by Paul Antonopoulos in Eurasia, France-Eurasia, Headline-News, Russia
PARIS, France – The accusations for Russia’s involvement in anti-government protests in France are based on Moscow’s attempts to weaken the European Union, as well as France itself, but the reality, as well as the structure of trade cooperation between the two countries, is the opposite, analysts say. The Times has announced that hundreds of orders allegedly linked to Russia have appeared on Twitter, with more than 1,500 messages being published on a daily basis in order to “increase the volume of street protests” in France. In this regard, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said that the General Secretariat… Continue ->
Tags: France, Russia
Published 2018-12-12 10:50:18 by Paul Antonopoulos in Croatia, Eurasia, Headline-News, Serbia
BELGRADE, Serbia – It would be better for Croatia to first face its own past and stop relativizing the genocide against Serbs, Jews and Roma committed during the Second World War in Croatia and Bosnia, as well as celebrating the persecution of Serbs in “Operation Storm”, Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić said. Dačić reacted to the statement by Croatian Foreign Minister Marija Pejčinović Burić, who said that Serbia was unwilling to face issues from the past. “Serbia has punished its criminals and continues to punish them,” Dačić told Večernje Novosti. The Croatian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that Burić said at… Continue ->
Tags: Croatia, Genocide, Serbia
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