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or tells us why it's so important for all science involved. go through the was chancellor of germany from one nine hundred ninety eight to two thousand and five he's now chairman of the board at nordstrom's russia's new gas pipeline under the baltic sea europe mr further why should the e.u. increase its dependence on gazprom. we're not talking about russia's dependence we're talking about cooperation between russia on the one side and the european union on the other in the energy sector and the stream is viewed as a priority project both by russia and the because it's been part of europe's energy networks since two thousand and six not recognized by the european parliament and the e.u. council of energy. which was and from all appears from problem and ordered from the energy minister to nordstrom pipelines have already been laid what top of the third
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one will be added and what will be its capacity we haven't yet i don't know that we currently have at least two pipelines with the total capacity of the fifty five billion cubic me article beat me the question of whether a third or even feel like climate living or that should be answered by european stock holders of as you know we have gazprom in the order and hollins get sunni g.d.s. the same as in germany and yes if we understand only like the investors decide to build a third and fourth pipeline through a privately finals mine we're not talking about states like there's a m b then it could be done i do not know whether they will make such a decision as it was not part of my will and mine of. for and us in brussels wants all russian energy companies not just gazprom to be allowed to export gas to europe what are the implications of that for gas problem and europe. regulator reprovision one is not the issue. and the rest of the nations need gas to sensibly reform that
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and. russia on the other hand has to sell gas to keep its budget and so there's a. co-dependency culture is a good thing for jay how to be happy to see european companies invest into russia and european markets open up for what and companies that it's a good free market economy does is good for marc rich what do you think of the recent you raids on gazprom and its partners in europe think about just the all appear gasp i think europeans need gas to feel as has many years is a dog with a political uncertainty in north africa also good to have a stable partner that you can rely on for russia is one of this you know better than anyone else for a space that written recently switched from export to your old partner europe needs a gas supply to maintain a stable mix of energy sources but it's climatic conditions where you want them to get any norway to go outside but also russia's gas therefore i think opening the market up different companies would be all right and of course a shorter name to do some e.u. officials oppose russia whatever it does get us is for though that's most money i
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guess it is so we have to admit that what i hope we will get over it it's understandable and says the european union needs russia geopolitically but the reverse is also true it's not a question but with the time has come to start cooperating and stop looking back at an idea or degree difference yet again that misrata could russia switch supply east to china if brussels keeps up its hostility was i listen as it were to your evil minds of which is in a situation where it could ship gas to china and all of asia and europe i hope russia never has to make a choice is the use of the russian government is evidently pro european but europe cannot keep pushing russia away it hurts russians pride about me and we have to keep in mind that while russia has the alternative of shipping to asia europe has no such alternative and europe's geopolitical position look only improved if it manages to enter a tiny hard to ship with russia on and at the same time grant only recession to
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turkey that that would be a sound strategy aimed into the future the rest. yesterday's debate unless under is better for the guest or if russia does decide to go east could that mean a gas shortfall for europe. know what's going on happen russia was an exceptionally reliable supplier during soviet times so no one has to worry about that juncture i will say again that you are at all market is incredibly important for russia to keep it logic balance you know other things therefore we're not talking about the kind of a code and it was a good progress in shipping liquefied natural gas. makes europe less dependent on pipelines can that affect this project and. i don't think it would have a negative effect on the project as europe liquefied gas market is quite limited on the move because there's nowhere to sell it in germany or poland has a developing market important is that it's in no way a danger for us and that's not the reason i'm criticizing is the indication that
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there are alternative sources of the low spot prices on gas their support deals can be of no more gain than long term supply agreements in a short run they do not offer stability for us to go for. in the wake of the fukushima disaster germany is closing all its nuclear power plants do you support that and how will it change germany's energy mix. have been damaged mind consider this me and my team or the people who would rigidly negotiated that deal with our energy suppliers that we had agreed to make a sensible exit out of nuclear strategy that was followed by a short period when the federal government thought our agreement should be overturned out of court they've since gone the other way and started supporting what i had negotiated on this does not mean bridge technologies like nuclear energy cannot be used until energy efficiency is sufficiently developed that we need gas as an interim energy source for the sake of energy security that's the reason we need to buy gas from new york from other cultures but primarily from russia and the
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reason we need to build a gas power station. and morse. with this new debt crisis mr sarkozy says no hero no europe surely europe will survive without the euro zone. and a former english is a quote my successor in office likes to work of course europe is going to have problems if the euro has problems but there's one thing you can be sure of at the end of the euro is going to survive as a common currency even it theoretically things turn out differently which i find very important you think we will still have a united europe it is vital in or plug you would chancellor when greece cooked its books to join the euro should you have stopped athens from joining the single currency club in new. york via i do not think that was our situation of the european commission its employees that had to conduct inspections they had letters know that we could take the responsibility for greece's e.u. a session on ourselves and it was a purely preparatory mission conducted by the european commission and the national
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governments if we had made the decision to take greece in we could not claim without having the firm proof that the information we got then was on diplomatically speaking not entirely correct raghav people might keep in mind that the european parliament voted in favor of greece's membership almost unanimously including the conservatives who are now trying to distance themselves from that decision sometimes in politics you don't want to believe things that he wants condoned or actually happening. for unless that was of the commission was wrong or the handling of greece has been wrong since it ended which which is it ends in. it's pointless to talk about how things were in the past we're talking about the future i hope we manage to keep greece in the euro zone so that a half of the new greek government would have to be nonpartizan uninfluenced by debates provoked by right with a number that's on for me i hope the package of aid agreements that european leaders have agreed on it implement package if that's the case then i think we can
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start taking care of stabilizing my lucky. with a great deal of help from greece here or there is one point i would like to make the country should not be broken down not only does greece need budget discipline which is of course trivial should what greece needs a new city or investment invest it would be good to see wealthy greek citizens who are currently investing abroad with pay taxes in their own country instead of looking for investment opportunity or so on was a good us thought to bring is there a red line beyond which germans as they we're not going to bail out southern europe anymore or those germany have a historic debt to europe has from it's been there gave about debt i'm not against discussing a red line the problem is that if you start to talk about a red line then you'd eventually have to correct it in germany's interested both politically and economically in a functioning europe that have economic interest is easily explainable you get forty percent of our export goes to the european union and beyond with your eyes if
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those countries are hit by a crisis then so is germany secondly or the lesson we learned in the past and our prospects for the future dictate that germany is not strong enough geo politically to play a significant role in a game where the u.s. is one superpower and an asian leader. in this case china is the other new european state it isn't the only a united europe can take on a role like that if that's why germany is interested in a night in the us that is not just because of the past or theater for the sake of our citizens future of that conference a lot of being to small question many germans many people many finns are angry at having to pay. of a role that's enough for it's here i can understand that but i have to explain it very consistently to the current generation of political leaders that it's within our own interests to maintain stability in other countries as germany is a nation that relies hugely on x. here if markets around us crumble it harms us we have to explain to our people the
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new generation the prospects for long lasting. peace allies in europe. and when you serve the german chancellor there was no question of receiving financial aid from china or russia directly or indirectly through the i.m.f. do you regret that's happening potentially and what would be the implications if think it doesn't have a dollar do not think we should feel bad about other nations get out stronger be they russians chinese brazilians south africans all indians are it should not concern us because these countries offer us more opportunity to export our products as they develop a victim. but that's only the case if we stay better stay more innovative when we fulfill our agenda of twenty eight and up and sort out our social policies and germany is the only country that understood back in two thousand and three that for an aging country to maintain prosperity as it must provide for chain of i think it i wonder if the rest of the e.u. states having understood this a decade later we'll manage to take the action needed to maintain prosperity eyes
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on the other hand we have an understanding that an aging society with a decreasing number of people who are deployed has problems of that so it will be a matter that we started taking care of our problems in time as the rest will regret it and be forced to take on a harder mission when this goes for everyone not just the sound of all bus this but if they've been ignored in gerhard schroder chairman of the board for the north stream gas pipeline thank you for speaking with r.t. . issue is that so much to play there is a huge decision by the market is it all over again at nation's nuclear watchdog the i.a.e.a. claims in a new report that iran is moving ever closer. a
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very warm welcome to you this is your news today protesters on a false scent they have. to get. stats of the human experiment. we put this in this rap music or what it. looks to me and it's arcane things as finance attempts. to maintain all competence in markets and thing. you don't want to be seen trade imbalances recession look the nation's close to collapsing in some plane loans to close homes with some failed aaa banks again feel a little like these u.s. questions over the smashed ceiling just like the culture in the transition in streets the i.m.f. imports portrayal just programs in greece when you get to an economy.
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old. technology innovation all these developments still around russia we've gone through huge earth covered. and prelate as news in the week's top stories on our t.v. apec summit in hawaii sees asia on the seventy grams most powerful economies start work on a possible game changing free trade zone as tensions rose between beijing and washington which some analysts put down to points going to head of next year's u.s.
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presidential election. the prime ministers of both italy and greece fall and new governments are appointed as their country's drown in debt mario monti taking over in italy and lucas papademos in greece both are likely to head up top technocratic governments and implement all the popular economic reforms. plus a un report claims around might be seeking to obtain a nuclear weapon but slams the allegations as a u.s. backed smear campaign iranian lawmakers are now reconsidering their country's cooperation with the i ate a which they're calling a disappointment. i'll be back with an update in around fifteen minutes time but first kate is here with all the latest sports news don't go away.
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hello and welcome to the sports news these are the top stories does it delights mclaren's lewis hamilton wins the abu dhabi grand prix from ferrari's fernando alonso after sebastian vettel retires with a first lap puncher. while thriller down under local boy greg chill in the survives a fine late run by tiger woods in a gripping last round in his second australian open. and relief in manila found celebrate his money back yeah retains his w b a welterweight title with a controversial points when planning my mum office. we start with formula water where mclaren's lewis hamilton returned to form to claim his third win of the season with a victory at the abu dhabi grand prix after sebastian vettel retired on the first lap red bulls newly crowned world champion picked up the second corner it was battles first retirement since korea last year and ended his run as the only driver
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this season to finish every race as well as going on since then michael schumacher record thirteen victories more seasoned pro meanwhile ferrari's fernando alonso tried to take the lead at the final pitstop finished nine seconds behind tomlinson mclaren's jenson button took surfer red bull's mark webber from pretty massive misfits. and is now in world on before roger federer has won his first ever paris masters spinal with a straight set win over french when jo wilfried tsonga federer survived two break points in the opening game from the two thousand and eight champion before racing through the first set six ones in just half an hour the third seed then took a four level lead in the second set tie break before wrapping up his eighteenth monsters title in an hour. in twenty five minutes it was also thirty year old federer's sixty minutes twenty eight success and victory number eight hundred two in his career. to ice hockey now russia have won the cup in finland after coming
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from behind to snatch a vital two one victory in the dying seconds of the czech republic the czechs took the lead in the second period with a wrist shot from thirty nine zero at the net read it for me play to canada then the red machine managed to level in the closing period and alexander i do not scored his fourth goal of the tournament with just ten seconds to go until the final buzzer junior championship game because that soft snaps the winner so russia one of the title regardless of the later result between defending champions finland and sweden which the swedes won four three. gulf now and local man greg chalmers survived a tiger woods fight back in a thrilling final round to win his second australian open why is single shot while woods finished third behind john senden the spot to find ran to sixty seven after a disappointing third round of seventy five that saw wood struck two joint eighth
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the former while the number one came roaring back close to clinching his first win in two years carving an eagle and five birdies five under par round but that wasn't quite enough to win as australian charmers enjoyed a confident performance finishing three straight pass for a final round of sixty nine however the thirty eight year old was forced to watch nervously as overnight lead a second and went close with a thirty five foot birdie putt at the eighteenth which would have taken it into a playoff but his effort just missed to give an emotional traumas the second the straight and open title the three years i got the short straw i got the really hard won the treble my wife got me out you're all back in dallas the stone school that i got my four year old boy. would be great if everyone could be here but you know a terrible sentiment not because greg. football now and frank lampard says desire was the major factor as the midfielder celebrated claiming the england captain's
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armband by scoring his side's second half when in their one their victory over world and european champions spain the wembley it was a first victory of the space for ten years and for the first time the straight lines between the reigning world champion since one thousand nine hundred ninety feet argentina also wembley. led his country in the absence of the rest of john terry headed into close range forty nine minutes after darren bent and struck the woodwork spine dominated possession for long periods of almost a quiet place only got his b.s. struck the post and substitute excess fabric as place to the chants but england resolutely held on for a confidence boosting with. little good guys we didn't now lifetime but we think we have to understand this morning it's a great time for being free there we defended their commitment not to go on the grass over the line for our return. which we by no means cared whether so we know that the day we got why don't you just put it. that we are very proud and very
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proud to leave three weeks ago it was very proud for the fact that we're going to france we don't want to knock the one minute we can celebrate the world champions. staying with the will and with a year and twenty twelve preparations now well underway to get the cost says russia are improving with every game they play off the drawing one one in a friendly with greece and athens on friday night as the head coach spoke about which is more important i think is a really good test for russia today i mean you probably learn a lot from say as much the very comfortable very reasonable you know a lot of said do every day do we pointed out of the team we can play departing the game will be good there will be show to get a very physical team. for the future i mean how impressed we i mean had a few debates in some encoding and i mean how personally very very well you could see that they were a part of the team and as always a port and they were not alone there in the to get the good result so that where i was please would have seen the first game is always difficult but i mean i am also
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i mean you've said you've got free games the head of the european championships in two thousand and twelve has a team progressing you did look very good tonight as well we're progressing already from the from the beginning it is a real team and there's a reason i have also some problems to change because it didn't look very good civilized. in gensis the first. full four chances we had three goals but for voters to be improving yes but if you have how you have items as a coach do you have a sample scored because i mean very few coaches around europe can call on such a few group of players would you have done over the last few years does your basic is base your squad yeah that definitely. the majority of the players knows what i want is see the big in the games that simply doesn't that's important and we can only do better i think still. high i mean obviously the likes of a shot in public. can get figureheads if your team i mean how disappointing is it
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for you as a head coach but they're not getting a lot of game time in england a moment. played today ninety minutes. i didn't want to tell you this was wrong when it was back because it is designed to fit again so we are still time enough to bring everybody in the right loves you can i get a long break until the next seven weeks here when you're playing on the second normal friendlies i mean which seems you looking to play in my time or if you notice i decided there's a possibility of playing in the in february but i don't know what's going to have a day off the result of. tonight's against croatia probably one. of you and mr keating. we will see if we can do that exactly. boxing is convinced he was the winner after the thirty two year old filipino defended his w.b.i.
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welterweight title due to a controversial majority decision over mexico's one manuel marquez in las vegas. but it's bigger than i want to fight it now is very clear and you know i. most of the hundreds of marcus. you said you wanted to leave absolutely no doubt however the audience has a doubt do you think that you really left no doubt this time around that you marcus well we had our share of that market is that if you're born it is goodbye there but you know i won the fight. you know the dodgers. well meanwhile there was relief for back as fans in manila after the outcome was identical to the pairs last meeting in two thousand and eight despite a strong finish from thirty eight year old mexican law two of the three judges now really ruled in the filipinos favor while the third couldn't separate the two after the final round both fighters adopted a victory pose but got the notes to the fury of the sellout crowd and marcus who
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stormed out of the ring but in the philippines victory was all that mattered. the fight was equal but marcus watched a minute by much used to see money much punching so much that is why i am surprised that you won but i am happy. and sunny despite mixed fortunes at this year's world championships jamaica's you saying bolt has been named as male athlete of the year for the search by the international affairs expert durations well despite being the overwhelming favorite both was eliminated from the one hundred meters in diameter for full start however he cruised to gold in the two hundred meters and there's a help jamaica set a world record in the four by one hundred meters we like. and it was the best season but i promise next year will be better and that's going to turn the fight about me to says no not really appreciate everybody for coming out and so. board in the toilet people in t.v. . and i want to make constructs for everything. and on the women's side the
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accolades went to sally pearson of australia who recorded the fourth fastest time in the history of the one hundred meter hurdles. ten victories out of eleven races this season. again thank you everyone for coming tonight it truly means a lot to all the athletes here i'm sure because we work so hard for what we get you know results in the sport and to have not said this means a lot to us it feels that our results have been appreciated and that's all the sports news by so. much was that so much definitely a huge decision on the market is it deja vu all over again united nations nuclear watchdog. claims in a new report that iran is moving ever closer. wealthy
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plus a un report claims iran could be seeking to obtain a nuclear weapon but slams the allegations as a us back to smear campaign. top of the hour here on karen taraji broadcasting to you live from the heart of moscow the creation of a landmark free trade zone dominated talks at this year's apec sala which brings together the leaders of asia pacific rim countries barack obama hosted the get together in hawaii and met up with to meet that invades if to turn over some pretty hot topics parties honest cannot brings us more from honolulu. the final day of the apec summit a two day gathering here in honolulu on the topics that they're hearing.


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