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what about that i'm afraid today we're talking to syrian minister of foreign affairs mr vali done well and thank you for joining us or not it was if you actually see that you expressed reserve at the last meeting of foreign ministers of arab states in cairo on the situation in syria where is the opposition welcomed them do you think the arab league has been playing you constructive room. unfortunately due to the so-called arab spring so countries that had been playing a significant role in the arab league's operation are now busy with their own domestic issues and this doesn't help consolidated solutions hopefully this issue ation will be resolved in the short term and these countries will become official began in consolidating the common arab cause this is first do you think it would be reasonable to discuss a country's problems without its participation. second proposal was made at this consultative meeting to free syria's membership of the arab league this is very
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dangerous and most participating countries spoke against this proposal how can one imagine resolving common arabic problems without syria. and thirdly this proposal contradicts the leaks chartered as the board of the arab states leaders has the power to suspend or freeze membership this power was breached when making a decision on libya and we're all well aware of what happens then to have the u.n. security council use the arab league's decision when adopting its resolution and then nato used this decision for its purposes when arabs to speak up with such proposals they understand the purpose of these actions which is to undermine what remains of the common arab cause. might it was the lord the opposition states that the syrian leadership has little time left to implement the reforms announcement president bashar assad but they're saying that the syrian people are paying with their blood for delays in these reforms why is there such a delaine implementing than. they thought on october first of all there is no delay
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on the contrary a universal reform program underway in syria will be implemented in a record six months compared to other countries including russia where reforms lasted for several years i repeat that this is a record short period of time those who speak about reforms know that certain laws should be passed to see them through they include laws on political parties and parliamentary elections slated for next february there are also elections to local self-government bodies a law on the media should also be passed a commission has been set up to draft the country's new constitution and how fast should these things go these are crucial issues solutions to which will determine the face of the new syria a pluralistic and democratic country a model example to other nations in the region these hasty action reasonable these are serious problems that require serious approaches based on experience and
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international law judging from that i would say that the country's leadership is not slowing down reforms and the deadline set by the syrian president are very short in less than six months the country will see these reforms carried out that is why i'm asking if the opposition really cares for the future of this country why it wouldn't begin dialogue and lay out some serious approaches to creating a new syria. as for the bloodshed let me ask you whether there's a regime anywhere in the world whose purpose is to kill its own citizens or rather isn't its direct purpose to protect its own citizens from terrorists we are confronted with arms terrorist groups who have nothing to do with reform these groups are being armed and financed. i'm abroad every day syrian television reports new arrests of these groups members which are sowing terror what object is do they have other than how to earn more money therefore we should differentiate the national opposition which is in favor of political and economic reforms from viz
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armed groups. and can you please tell us who trends these groups belong to and who's giving them during support who are no one. according to our information these are al qaeda groups operating from iraq also traditionalist forces and muslim brotherhood units have been discovered these units are financed from two sources by islamised organizations in the arab world including the gulf states as well as organizations based in european countries the second source is weapons and drug smugglers when nobody goes it alone a mark of statements are made in the west one after another that the security forces continue to use violence against the protesters we actually saw the security forces and armored vehicles in the streets of a key towns and their own homes are soon steering our visit to syria where so many troops needed in syrian towns like homs. and the have. to start with the
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west only pretends it is worried about human rights violations in syria in fact it was the west that imposed economic sanctions that have hit the interests of the syrian population so hard this is an obvious discrepancy within the western approach to syria they have a plan which clearly foresees impairment of the ruling regime in syria followed by its complete overthrow why are they doing this to minimize syria's influence in the region and force it to abandon its independent stance the west seems to think that economic sanctions will help topple our government this is exactly why we should try to prevent this plan from being implemented and secondly we have not used tanks for seven months we did use them in the very beginning to provide proper protection for our soldiers who are safe inside of them but no tank has fired on the battlefield so far it is natural that no country would welcome a terrorist group financed and armed from abroad these groups are a threat to citizens security and the work of state institutions and schools
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yesterday three children were killed in one family there was a baby girl among the victims who was not an even seventeen months old. is that what they call reforms or is it terror. now you understand why i can openly confirm that we did deploy our security forces in the regions where militants are operating with them now while he was here a syrian opposition maintains the transit security council resolution veto was supportive of the syrian government's position where as you say that this step prevented foreign intervention into serious domestic and fance as you know russia proposed a new resolution to the security council which is under consideration now what her the steps can we expect syria it's a it should be sneery a solution be approved by western crown isn't it. first of all we do not expect the west to approve russia's new resolution secondly vetoing that resolution has created benefits for syria but not only syria it gave us more
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time to implement reforms on russia above all other states requires the syrian government to implement the reforms in question and to maintain a comprehensive dialogue why have we did more than just make use of russia's veto we used to lift external pressures from our reforms process and we agree with russia that any foreign intervention into our domestic affairs is unacceptable just as any attempt to increase economic sanctions against syria since they infringe upon the interests of syrian citizens in the course of our consultations it became clear that russia is even more demanding than other countries in urging syria to complete reforms and to maintain a comprehensive political dialogue another issue here is that russia is vetoing the proposed resolution gave new life to the security council itself by stripping the usa of its decision making monopoly on the international stage and that's a very important thing just look at what their monopoly did in libya iraq and
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afghanistan the truth is that the policy the united states is trying to implement here in our region is far from unbiased and it's not even their own. it is a policy that serves israel's interests that's the truth i worked in the united states for ten years and i know this to be true. i was if you will get the whole year you have taken steps to live aid the impact of economic sanctions in place against syria what truly is russia playing i will plans have you made with moscow to cope with and resolve the situation you don't have to work a lot of probably the west that is the european union japan and of the usa have levied economic sanctions against us that impede our economic development and they expected these sanctions to bring down the ruling regime quite naturally under such circumstances syria must rely on its own resources and capabilities i am here by saying that we have enough strategic resources we have over
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a year's supply of food and basic products to meet the populations demand starting with grain and so on secondly we need to develop economic ties with countries pursuing an independent policy countries which haven't joined this western plan but i mean such countries as russia india malaysia and china and there are enough states with developed economies and advanced achievements in science and technology and these are the states we shall develop our relations with that thus by relying on our own capacities and building co-operation with friendly states we hope to make it through the current situation couldn't it by you as you heard that it seems that turkey's close to recognizing the national council how will syria respond to explain. i don't want to get ahead of events but turkey knows the scope of syrian turkish relations we signed fifty intergovernmental agreements followed by growth in trade and cultural exchange at the end goal is to establish strategic relations between the two countries we have been working towards this goal which in practice
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means that citizens of both countries can visit each other under a visa free regime hopefully we won't go as far as to destroy the results of all our efforts over the. last ten years. by the us if you. could we move to a different subject now did damascus suit any preconditions before agreeing to receive palestinian prisoners it's known of the west has been putting pressure on syria for hosting the hamas leadership or did syria lerato any specific conditions before agreeing to receive palestinians released from israeli jails are interested in your cause and we have to remember that syria has been part of the palestinian issue we handed over the golan heights in an attempt to resolve the issue it's impossible to break this strong link between syria and the palestinian problem which is manifested both in our support for the resistance movement and in attempts to resolve the problem at regional and international levels therefore it's natural that there could be no conditional requirements.
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the body of colonel gadhafi is finally to be laid to rest after days of being on public display but questions about the way he was killed and the future of the country remain one of the jubilant mood among some libyans giving way to fears more bloodshed is to come. and i will treat protesters promise yet another global rally had on the g twenty summit aimed at pressuring world leaders to tax financial
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transactions and currency trades that has a growing number of its supporters in new york criticized police for their fears response to demonstrations. and georgian billionaire is stripped of his citizenship after voicing political ambitions in which he vowed to win next year's parliamentary elections his announcement was preceded by harsh criticism of president saakashvili who he hoped to stop them staying in power. as they have on here in r.t. let's all take a look what's happening in sports enters here. hello there thanks for watching the spall good to have you company and these are the headlines this cheese day morning rubin's winning run continues aside from khazan defeat to kneel in moscow while i keep up their incredible record on the road it's time to go second in the k h l z c conference. and a mean for the top drop of
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a size on the world number one spot as the championships begin. we will start there with action from the russian premier league where rubin got their third win in a row with a two no away victory over there now moscow last night no goals in the first half but alexander broke the deadlock ten minutes after the restart and surely after that goal israel but asked not to go or israeli people got the second with a stunning free kick rubin remain six in the table despite the win while the nominee dropped to fourth both teams are guaranteed to make the top eight at the end of the regular season there are just two more games left over that then the table will split in two with teams in the top half continuing to play for another six months to contest the title and european places while the bottom i will fight to avoid relegation the extended season is a one off to bring russian fourball in line with the european calendar. meanwhile
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are up to third after their two one comeback when it's. found themselves a goal down by half time due to a person's free kick here from neil goodwin you have the muscovites woke up in the second half to finish the match on the right side of a two one scoreline dennys crucial cough and then. on the scoreboard for the visitors and it means locker remain unbeaten in the league in twelve games since manager jake you see it i took over in july this year. a look at the table. then zinni lead the way but only six points separate the top four sides there in fact the top seven are guaranteed a place in the championship postseason amazingly big spending and a lot yet roberto carlos and sammy left to side currently hold eight spot could still lose that krasnodar with two games left to look at the other end cranston's are four points behind angie with those two remaining games and at the bottom it spot on our cheek and who occupied the drops. well in our sakis bars have kept
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up their incredible winning record at spartak moscow because and side with the three victory in the russian capital on monday evening the victory means they never lost a spark in the all year history but it wasn't straightforward ya get him in an open for big s. after just five minutes and look to be cruising when you get any sketch of that to make it so you know but barton fought back and in the second period. made it to one on the powerplay until minutes later spartak were level thanks to a legacy keane again on the powerplay but a defensive blunder at the end allowed to drop to sneak in for at bars and three two on the night for the team because than you go second come from behind a more. now of the season ending finale to the women's tennis season begins today the top eight players are competing in the w t a championship in each town
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ball and it is a chance for russian maria sharapova to arabs caroline wozniacki is the world number one following her shoulder problems it is the first time she has made it to the championship since two thousand and seven and in order to have a chance of finishing the season as the world number one she has to at least make the finals in her white group as world number four victoria azarenka i'm french open champion lena as well as u.s. open winner sam stosur will face your app of a in the opening match later today. you know it's one of the toughest competitions of the year to know that you've made it in the menu here and you're battling for you know the top spot and since the last tournament you want to give it all you have you know it's a privilege to be here again without winning the u.s. open i doubt i would have been out to get he so it's amazing how quickly he can turn around and what doors that can i put in winning a tournament like the u.s. open can do. a lot of my career he. can finish finish my
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good year off with a good tournament so these are the two groups. are in the white group along with the you know while the red group sees another russian six the spirit of on that and she plays wimbledon champion petra competes of the today while also from that greek caroline wozniacki faces. well there's a turn of everyone trying to qualify for the whole year i mean it's only eight players so it's small but it reminds you of the great season you understand with the championships and it's a great feeling now over in the states the jacksonville jaguars have beaten baltimore ravens in the n.f.l. twelve in the final scores that you argue by game slide kicking for field goals for them and what was jacksonville's best defensive effort in five years. louis cardinals have beaten the texas rangers to take a three two lead in baseball's world series they came back to understand the rangers forty win texas on monday evening this is the fifth game of the best of
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seven contests. finally kick boxing and rush totally in failed to defend his super lightweight title against one of the world's toughest stand up fight as soon as you learn from the netherlands robert downey and watch the back for us. meet twenty two year old who slung as leon good time will kick boxing champ down and currently kicking on the door of a stand up fighting a late placing of the title challenge from the sports powerhouse the nuance the former it's show time champ was there joe wilson had his eyes on as leon's w five belt the five round belt was one of the main events of the tournament held by world leading w five and white could promotions and must go on saturday night the defending champ and was quick to drive the contender in the first round although the number down didn't hurt the dutch much the twenty four year old promptly fought
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back with a bunch of heavy strikes done and done and. wilson kept insole busy with low and high kicks fulfilling a game plan he revealed afterwards. the game plan was not to box with him because he's a good boxer you know so it was kicking kicking that was why i started this one and that strategy proved to give wilson the edge in the night the dutchman winning the fight but split decision to become the w five world champ down at sixty kills however there is little time for the winner to rest on his laurels as he confessed he still has some unfinished business with the current it's show time champ than have you are now on this planet to futures the next five for my show time and. i will be ready to fight again but i will fight. to spain spain against somebody that
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has my my job on both titles i want to back. he's a very strong fighter it was a close fight with those who was giving our all i think the first round was mine fair and square. and you're not from round to round to be honest these chicks really hurt me now so that wasn't all the van had to produce some more spectacular action taking place in the night the fight could run a final eight tournament in the team the crowd with four heavyweight battles pretty key myers unanimous decision victory over milan incredulity each apparently still the show meanwhile ukraine's run one mile of good year old zaki the present in japan under sixty five kilos clash between one thought i and taekwondo specialists respectively so my love the younger men by ten years claimed his thirteenth career
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victory in style robots for the known r.t. moscow. signs the final bell on the spur of the moment so we've got both you asked us. the bank but i still struggle with the idea australia i don't know how they are they're selling you know to a bank you see them there among the trees if you want to have sex go and have sex.
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the global economy.
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the body of colonel gadhafi is finally to be laid to rest but questions about the way he was killed and the future of the country remain with some libyans fearing more bloodshed to come. and how wall street protesters promise yet another global rally ahead of the g twenty summit aimed at pressuring world leaders to tax
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financial transactions and currency trades. had a georgian billionaire stripped of his citizenship after voicing political ambitions in which he vowed to stop president saakashvili from staying in power. coming to live from moscow nine am here on marina josh welcome to the program maybe as interim rulers have announced that the body of colonel gadhafi is to be buried on tuesday it's been taken to an unknown place in the desert to try and avoid his grave being turned into a place of worship by his supporters but a some in the country continue to celebrate our season isa now reports on how many fear the lack of an enemy to unite against could quickly reveal the rifts among the new leadership. the cars of liberation are.


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