Skip to main content

tv   News  RT  June 6, 2021 7:00am-7:31am EDT

7:00 am
and talk the or 5 g. europe unleashes the latest technology and render its borders impenetrable. to migrate the blocks of southern states, demand tougher action, the middle spiking, new, coming to the world. business leaders gathered in the russian city of st. petersburg this week. for the 1st, the face to face global financial event of the year, keith speak is included vladimir putin, who among other things and our plans to develop a vaccine tourism industry. and our travels to the central african republic, where they structure report where russian military advisors are helping the government bring the country's brutal civil war to an end there is in mind that sounded serial might be going to destroy the tribe.
7:01 am
ah, it is early sunday afternoon here at moscow and your timing is spot on for the weekly program. we're highlighting the week's top stories for you right now. when are you into national? europe's working to prevent another wave of illegal migration. on thursday, the french prime minister visited to nicea where he stressed the need for cooperation to control illegal crossings. at southern you, states demand tougher action from the block to help deal with migrants. it's after a spanish enclave in north africa saw thousands crossing straight from morocco and growing numbers of newcomers. disembarking on italy's lampa due to ivan little going to italy will continue to play a role in terms of resource and training capacity. but i repeat, we need a rapid and concrete action from the european union. it is unacceptable for
7:02 am
a government to say that they are attacking the borders in this case, springs borders that they are open in the borders so that 10000 immigrants could enter spanish cities such as c, u to in less than 48 hours because of disagreement. differences and discrepancies in foreign policy. meanwhile, border security is being given a high tech upgrade in greece. it's why gods will be using long range acoustic devices along the frontier with turkey. are these charlotte dubious key investigates? said written, struggle to find a solution to illegal immigration is a bit of an understatement. it's page money to countries like turkey to take people back in school bold internally or who is responsible with the much touted doubling rules. meaning it was the 1st country that a migrant arrived in. even places like italy and greece to shoulder the burden. it's beefed up to the buddha management agency in
7:03 am
a big hole back the tight. but as each solution has failed, the book has gone back to the drury board. now is travel. ease is up again following the covey pandemic europe wants to be clear, likely, or not welcome, a long range acoustic device. in 13, or 5. the noise is just one of a plethora of new techniques being used in greece. the idea is to make sure that any migrant trying to cross illegally from turkey, no, no to you must meet with new systems like the sound cannon, anomaly vehicles. we can prevent illegal entry. defense has been constructed in the areas where we had the biggest problems. and the automated surveillance system will
7:04 am
now provide us with an additional weapon to deal with this threat. the observation tower is being crated with long range cameras, night vision and sensor, or able to identify any suspicious activity a lie detector. there's a virtual voter guarding to the vote, and also be piloted the e u attempts to find a solution. and if all else fails, anyone attempting to cross the border will face the huge. see you the idea of building a wall to keep people out? isn't you going go from thing is included such plan between the us and mexico. the you raise concerns in europe. we have a history that has told us that every time that once invests in divisions and walls, you might end up being in a prison. if you built all worlds around you. and we have any history on the tradition and an identity based on the fact that we celebrate when walls are broke
7:05 am
down and bridges are built fast forward. if he is late and europe is playing coffee catch, penning itself in human rights groups say that these new developments all worrying when you put barriers to find another way. these ways normally are depending on smugglers. these ways are more dangerous and more in depth and more suffering. so you have many people who know very well this by trying to come with it being made was their life. and when they don't have any other choice in life, they will make even that difficult. steph will come to see people are going to lose their lives. people who leave dying outside of the board is sure. but anyway, you can sit with sleep wise because they're stupid. i'm not dying in our day doing that, just dying at the boilers. this is something that we get into your mind. it's something that we need to stuff and it is something that we need to change. of those are
7:06 am
suspicious that measures such as the ai powered lloyd detection are essentially being tested out before being rolled out. elsewhere. we are seeing the borders and entreating for in nationals generally is that it's often a testing field for technologies that are later than used on europeans as well. and that's why everybody should care in their own self interest. what is happening at the borders you is under pressure to show that it's doing some things, but that doesn't mean that it's getting it right. you migration policy failures were recently highlighted by the un, which said that it was putting human rights sample i at risk countries or increasing a defending food at all. while approx 27 members, they still continue to hold you monthly. so an, an e. u gratian on this,
7:07 am
so i still have to reach georgia tv ski o t paris. the russian said he optim petersburg, hosting one of the biggest events of the business calendar year. this week is where it gets towed from keynote speakers, including of course, the russian president vladimir putin. he gave his views on various domestic and global issues. ortiz elliot patricia. now how's the highlights from the 1st face to face global financial event of the year? here in the russian northern capital at the st. petersburg, international economic form, the biggest international offline business gathering since the peak of the pandemic . for the 1st time we heard the russian president talk about what he expects of his upcoming summit with joe biden. they're meeting as president for the 1st time you get the machine, we plan to discuss the relations and we need to find ways to regulate them because
7:08 am
they are a very low point. at the moment, we'll be talking about strategic stability, regulating conflicts in the world, hotspots disarmament, the pandemic, and the environment. it will soon be exactly one year since washes 1st vaccines put an agree was registered for use in this country. and the experience and the use of vaccines has allowed one of our to talk about what he called impressive success by russia. scientists not a single loss of life as a result of the use of any of the for vaccines made in russia. metrics on the delivery in russia, as you know, makes its own contribution to the fight against corona virus. we have, for vaccines developed domestically and the accomplishments of our scientists have got wide recognition across the world. sputnik v has already been registered in 66 countries. homes more than 3200000000 people. i would like to highlight that we haven't just used our unique technologies,
7:09 am
not just created capabilities for manufacturing vaccines in russia. rules are helping other countries to develop their own production capacity and something else we found out from president polk. if you're not a citizen of russia, and for some reason, you don't have access to vaccines in your country soon you will be able to come to russia and get vaccinated if you pay money. of course, a lot of our potent pretty much gave the green light to vaccine tourism. so to say, when you do it, we just covering our own needs. there's a widespread prep of people from other countries to coming specifically to russia to get the job against corona virus. in this regard, i would like to off the government to analyze all aspects of this issue by the end of the month in compliance. of course, with those safety measures and sanitary requirements to organize the conditions performance it to them to get a chance to have the vaccine on a commercial basis. then another leader who took part in that discussion was
7:10 am
austria and chancellor sebastian kurtz. he thanked latimer, potent for russia's efforts in fighting the global covert pandemic, and also for the proposals that he has been making for the export and production of the japs. mr. curts also said that he regrets the fact that the european medical agency husband, too slow and approving the use of these putting jap sort of came in. it doesn't matter where back same comes from, from russia, from the us or from china. every bit of success in the 5 guys, corona barra is a shed success of the entire world for the good of all people. and therefore, your politics should not stand in the ways of those developments. question need also said that the claim that russia is ignoring the global efforts to fight climate change is an absolute mess and invite an international investors and business to take part in the new green projects that are being launched in russia. on the wide, arranging form has touched on the whole number of different areas. one of them
7:11 am
being that of city planning, we got the thoughts of one leading architect about the future of russian cities. russia is a great country and can, you can do anything rational if russia decides to do it, you know, so what we see now in moscow. yes, there is now a tendency for a highrises that is more than this, you know, for sustainable architecture. so i'm sure would have architecture supported with an architecture will find its place in moscow. we are fortunate to work with some of the greatest companies of russia, such as gas from fairbanks, their russian railways, will bring for them, designs of some large headquarters or office buildings with these good companies. we're trying through these big projects to create a very high quality of public space at the great of the city. and it becomes
7:12 am
a place which blows the boundary between corporate and people candidates prime minister on friday. the catholic church to apologize for its role in the deaths of children in residential schools for indigenous people. the remains of more than 200 children, some as young as 3 have been discovered as an unmarked burial site. at one former institution. think it's going to be a really important moment for all of us, particularly catholics across the country to reach out in our local parishes to reach out to bishop's cardinals. and make it clear that we expect the church to take up and step up and take responsibility for its role in this catholic entity is being blame for not providing records from the schools they will operating half of the residential schools in canada will run by the catholic church
7:13 am
until the late sixty's with funding provided by the government. new findings once again force the country to, to confront the riffing and often deadly policy of retraining. first nations people . this report now picked up with our teeth saskia taylor canada. a shining example of maximum woken us a place where there is no mankind. there are just people is the love that's going to change the future of mankind. so we'd like you to, we like to say people kind, not necessarily mankind, more inclusive. turns out though, the beneath the glitzy slogan of inclusive a t law is a tragic past. harrowing use has emerged in british columbia of a mass grave of 215 children. indigenous children who are ripped from their homes and forcibly enrolled. and one of the largest indian residential schools. the news that remains were found at the former com loops residential school breaks my heart
7:14 am
. it is a painful reminder of that dark and shameful chapter of our country's history. i am thinking about every one affected by this distressing news. we are here for you. the residential school system was indeed dark and shameful set up by the government . i'd run by churches. these were educational facilities for fast people, only they want really, they were in dr. nation camps into european and christian ways of living native languages were banned and traditions frozen out reports reveal, but children were under fed under clothes and often house and sanitary conditions. to the extent that one medical inspector wrote 24 percent of previously healthy children began at tying in these facilities stories of abuse, physical, emotional and sexual, were rife. 2 8 8 8 the
7:15 am
. 8 8 do you mean sincere? did you have was it wasn't you today that was going to be the target, the victim. you know, you weren't going to have to suffer any humiliation he learned to cry anymore. get harder. and yet you learn to shut down. oh, the, i couldn't talk a word of english. i talked cree and i was abused for that hit and made to try to talk english. i lost my language, threatened with a strapping you spoke it. within a year, i lost all of it. with i used to him i ill drunk occurring at night. 2 the principal to take him to the hospital. he didn't, after about 2 weeks,
7:16 am
my brother was in so much pain. he was going out his mind. i pleaded with the principal for days to take him to the doctor. ah, they started to sexually take advantage of me and abuse me, not long. not too many, many people for very long time until i was 16. i held everything in and didn't tell anybody for 20 years. and they had no one to tell because they were isolated from their families and their communities all to make them true. canadians for a century the central goals of canada's aboriginal policy would cause aboriginal people to cease to exist. the stablish ment and operation of residential schools were the central elements of this policy which can best be described as a cultural genocide. the scale of this cultural genocide is startling. a 150000 children over a 130 years. and a few think it's ancient history. it's not. the last residential school was shot in
7:17 am
1996 over 4000 deaths by miss treatment, neglect, and disease with families often never learning of that children fate, many atrocities and ticket sensors in which you are unbearable to here. and you know, for us, you know, we, you know, to learn of your potential find, you know, from the professionals that were brought in. you know, we are very much for the past, a dark place filled with unforgivable moments. it's an inescapable part of life. but to rebrand yourself is a bastion of humanity, as a motto of increase devotee, that preachers to others how they should live, while the bones of oppress children lie beneath your feet. it's nothing but an example of the hypocrisy, an insincerity, so often embedded in the whiteness of the west and wild. so using the wide people
7:18 am
kind might soothe a guilty conscience, but it will make those skeletons in your closet, go away. you know, it's all well and good for the federal government to make gestures of goodwill and support regarding the strategy. but as the community burdened with this legacy of the dark, dark chapter of canadian history and the federally mandated indian residential school system. there is an important ownership and accountability for both the columns and all the communities and families that it has affected. and you know, there's still a lot of work that needs to get done and you know, and a lot of things that are still happening. and what looks like, you know, some is already well accounted for in the heat that tuesday reconciliation final report. but there are other aspects that are unique which are the unique needs of
7:19 am
communities as well. this is our team on the sunday. it's so good to have you with us on this day as we're running down the week's top stories up next in just a sec. actually we've got a special report for you right from the central african republic. it's where all correspondent suddenly finds himself right in the thick of it with his roadway, beloved by militant minds of story, seconds away. the hello, driven by dreamer shaped by those in me dares
7:20 am
think we dare to ask in the summer solution. that's right, we don't look at the problem to look at the solution and today we've got the one and only marshall our boss is the mark, an analyst that levy institute researcher and tragic follower of the toronto police . but maybe this is they, are they want to stanley cup the ah, this is the weekly here on r t. now of course, it was this week that 3 russians and 2 local police officers were killed by an
7:21 am
improvised explosive device as the central african republic battles rebels in its brutal civil war. most goes being helping the government by sending instructors and small arms in compliance with un resolutions in a conflict that's largely ignored by the world media. in march, though, as you and human rights group, expressed a alarm at the nation's increased use of private military and foreign security contractors. the agency says human rights abuses are linked to private military personnel and foreign security firms operating with the armed forces. so i'm going to leave you this out with part of a very special report from our correspondent of constantino rushed off from the central african republic, where he met with the russian instructors who are trying hard to help bring the civil war to an end. the we're flying out of the capital bon key issue, the cd ball at the border with chad. this is our per plane. by the way, we were told that that area where we go in is controlled by the government for the
7:22 am
most part. but there are still groups of rebels hiding in the jungle and the intact convoys or out post every now and then. the country looks peaceful, but only when you see from above ever since the central african republic gained independence from france in 1960. the situation here has been volatile. the rebels might have suffered exterior to defeat in the past, but there is still a very real threat in some parts of the country. that's why or ask for, it was absolutely necessary. you feel some sense of security only after entering the military base where the local army, stationed along with their russian instructors. but in this facility came under attack just 4 months ago. in 2018, the central african government control only a small part of the country. raz, belong to brutal warlords and their gangs. that's when president for staff are shot to darrow asked russia brown with the approval of the un security council. the
7:23 am
moscow start to stand in like weapons and instructors to train the army. but how to turn the tide now the government claims it controls over 90 percent of its territory. you can still how many russian instructions are there? are. there are 535 instructors. what are they allowed to do here? do they train only in the open fire? they cannot open fire unless their lives in danger, or if somebody shoot the russians and can find a better, right, have available? yes, they need to defend themselves. the russian instructor is in c, r are still part of the russian army, but certainly have vast military experience for security reasons. they don't want to be identified and don't give their real. one of the tasks that the russians and local military carry out together is the sporting civilian convoys. 2 soldiers, a flimsy shack, a fire, and an old harpies drying over
7:24 am
a wooden fence. that's about all we found at the road checkpoint. that isn't those doing still fear in the enemy? the police here also didn't seem for a metabolic, at least not in the village. we visit it. it's no surprise the militants send this to the venue. they came and started shooting in the innocent people. and then just disappeared over here. finally, we made it to the border with camera and there is a rushing out which looks much more solid than everything we've seen along the way . basically, this is a stronghold where all the incoming trucks are being organized and convoys. none his horrid further lab another possible rifle in the back of the car. and we are worried that this part of our journey might be dangerous to jo level. so i was in the passenger seat next to the driver with lighting a cigarette, which is low,
7:25 am
passed my driver right under my nose was told over i conway made it to no tree base of sunset. no incidence were reported this time. let me actually show you where we're going to sleep because it's, it's quite something we can see a lot of weapons and ammo. there's someone's gun. this guy is known as godaddy, and he's been in the country for almost a year. now. there is a huge drip by his bad grinding, so using a to treat malaria his recently contract it. and how would you explain who in international worry or is truthful is the person who helps the nations in a difficult situation. when people need protection the, the day we're flying deeper in the woods to see. go ahead to see a gold mine and a village they were recently captured from rebels is on the south, but i, c,
7:26 am
r is actually rich with minerals and precious metals. but for this country it's been both a blessing and a curse. the as we flee over the thing jungle, i was sitting close to a supply of hand grenade the crew. keep them in case they're fired at from the ground and they need to scare the shooters off. the village we saw was typical for c r 4 and devastated people like basic things like food and clothes. and they haven't seen much of the outside world. the road that leads to the gold mine was fried a little over a month ago. some times rebels come back during the night and lay minds hoping to blow up and those re truck and seized weapons and ammo was just fast track. there
7:27 am
was that exploded on my back. my name is spelled but how do we know that there are no minds that we just look range. so this should be visible. there was a tip off from logos. we saw our man crossing this part of the road last night. the military decided to check thoroughly if they had lived planted any explosives or i would stop. oh my god, serial might cause is it a real mine issue there? yes, there is a definitely to the mind is real and then thank one belgium production. they got to destroy the tribe right there. so we have to go away. the question is a 4 is how do the warlords get situ deadly weapons?
7:28 am
and what is clearer is where they get their money. so with come to the village of sliders work at the gold mine looks like everyone's gone. the 1st villagers here. they are still scared of men with guns. local rebels used to force them to work in gold mines like this as slaves and killed. those refused to do the job or were too exhausted to carry on. now it's relatively safe and people can keep the golden or to themselves the, the you are a rich man. great. how much money you will get for this amount of on the set, something done. if you missed something building up,
7:29 am
its military is the most pressing issue for c r. now, this country has vast and fertile land, enormous deposits available resources, and are working in order to make this work. the violence has just constantly roscoe archie from the central african republic. ah, look forward to talking to you all. that technology should work for people. a robot must obey the orders given it by human beings, except when the shorter the conflict with the 1st law show your identification. we should be very careful about artificial intelligence. the point obviously is to great truck rather than fear take on various jobs
7:30 am
with the artificial intelligence real summoning the theme and a robot must protect its own existence. was the ah me.


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on