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we can, we can drill for oil for some reason. our government thinks that we should be using our own oil, which is crazy. official of the self proclaimed public. of course, the both postpone plan to make fabian's obtain permission to enter. that says the leaders stress as bel grades in tend to defend his countrymen. system a look. all i can say is that we will ask for peace, but i will tell you right away, there will be no surrender in serbia. well, with that says in the populated north. simons in gunshots are reported as to protect those top barricade while police close crossings connecting it to mainland serbia. when it's coming,
germans call for the north seem to pipeline to be opened ahead of unexpected severe energy shortage. as europe intern coldest part of the year. a lot of money has been invested in north stream too, and now it's just lying around. i think if we put the pipeline into operation, that is match gaps could flow as really avoid harming your own people. open ne, 3 and 2. and then again, the phone says national news agency supporting fascism global on social media. after a recent twitter post by a f p, a balcony crane that contained ne symbols with hello and welcome to our teen international. we're coming to you from a studio here in moscow. i'm paula leah, and from me and the team. a very well well come on this. the 1st day of august.
authorities in the self proclaimed republic of kosovo have postpone postponed, a controversial plan that would have made so dns for quiet entry permits until september, the 1st that some, a turmoil ensued populated areas with belgrade saying that the breakaway republic plans to start police operations, their soviet president has called for a de escalation but earlier stressed that the rights of serbs must be protected. the 1st one with a cousin. all i can say is that we will ask for peace, but i will tell you right away, there will be no surrender. and serbia will win if they try to start persecuting the serbs, bullying the serbs killing the serbs. serbia will win for video circulating on line reportedly from kosovo, shows police on the move after closing to checkpoints and thinking that quickly region with serbia after serbian protesters set up road blocks, police have claimed that they were shot ash but suffered no casualties. while
serbia denies any involvement due to the large amount of misinformation that the priests administration intentionally puts on the air and that is being spread through faith accounts on social networks and certain websites. the ministry of defense states that the serbian army has not crossed the administrative line and has not in any way entered the territory of kosovo and metal. here. the simon so heard and the northern city has its way if nick stood and obedient populations are divided by the nature lead peacekeeping force in the region is seen in the sea and said, it is ready to intervene in the 10th situation. the recent term while in the contested region, began after plans were announced to ban serbian college association from august the 1st and to make thirds entering the region require permits. all the plans have now been postponed until september flooded me at cuz she, i mean,
a politician and diplomat gives us his take on the origins of the dispute and how it can be solved peacefully. it's based in already these lab by, by, by the, by, i want to die who is attempting to do misuse the moment when russia and b is not lies the, the most popular in the west. so he probably expected that he's unilateral actions will be let go and be prevented. the west is being very,
very successful in ukraine. so, and other france would be another risk for them. and a prime minister of so called the independent clause. so well, loan for a few extreme approaches and not always completely obedient to the washington and the was at least not in an expense which we used to see with his predecessors. we still have to be call shows and, and to, to see out how this situation will develop in the coming days. the last tipping point between belgrade and christina was nearly one year ago when
the self proclaimed republic also been cause with cb and license plates. and point its forces on its northern border with serbia backs in both sides, managed to settle the dispute cost of a unilaterally declared its independence back in 2008. but many countries, including russia, china's spain and serbia, do not recognize it. the international community has been quick to react to the escalation, and serbia nato has already stressed its readiness to intervene in the country with the you foreign policy chief, stating that the european block will help to regulate the conflict. open issues should be address 3 you facilitated dialogue and focus on comprehensive normalization of relations between costco and serbia essential for their you integration, pulse the kosovo forces prepared to intervene. if stability is jeopardized in the north of kosovo, nato also continues to fully support the normalization process between priests, gina and belgrade,
through the u. facilitated dialogue and calls all parties to continue negotiations . the course of a force will take whatever measures are necessary to keep us safe and secure environment in kosovo at all time in line with its un mandate. welcome on the situation. let's cross over live now to ortiz jonas, you lean them in, in church. joining us from serbia and what's the situation in the country right now? can you bring us up to date on how things are developing? well, actually it's been quite a rough night for us to be in people not only on cultural but here as well, where i am, which is a bell rate. and actually this saturday has been very tense and even the president is saying that we're going to have a couple of months ahead of us. actually, this is not something new. and this is not the 1st time that people were facing this kind of pressure. and as the president said himself, the very important thing now is to try to preserve peace,
but any cost. and actually not to given all this pressures and publication by so called cost government and everything they been trying to do. because people who cos who have been suffering this kind of situation, they've given pressures and aggressions and all the time. the story about a license place where people which are target cannot use their own license plates, has been going on for a while. the new thing are these actually trouble documents that they will have to receive. we did try to cross what they call border and we actually called administrative crossings, but actually it's been very tense. and yesterday on saturday they were the war sirens from 5 pm in cosmo. for example, into town meter, each i've been talking to some people, they actually didn't know what was happening. they felt the pressure they knew
something was going on. they felt a bigger presence of police in the region, but they were advised to stay at home and then the sirens went off again at 10 pm. so before the president appeared there and said that the ban on to be in documents and ideas and license plate was actually delayed or postponed for the 1st of september. people couldn't, couldn't actually a. com. do you think that the decision to postpone restrictions on so the documents will help to de escalate tensions? or do you expect that the real boiling point has really just been pushed back a month? i think it's been pushed back a month. and the, the thing that to the government is waiting for now is new negotiations with years taking place in brussels. that's actually the only way they can work through the situation. you know, because there is feel resolution 1244 by which possible is not,
is the part of the actually and as the president said yesterday, he thinks russia for a reaction. and he also called on international community and all the countries that recognize because when dependence to think again about international law and what they been doing. so this decision to pick up that band for a month. it's just going to postpone everything that's been going on for a while. i don't think these people will top being pressured. and actually the whole point of everything that's happening is to expel and to, to make people like very few 1000 people of serbian people that stayed on cost to actually to, to go away to, to, to flee the country, to plead their own country. now we did hear from the serbian president who said
that serbia will win. if serbs persecuted bullied or killed. what do you think he meant by this statement and what are the risks of a new war breaking out? well actually no one wants this to happen. you know, phoebe a has been a war for, for a long time. but what he meant by this is that to be a won't let the people from cost to, to do pressure them you know, and to, to, to people in serbia cannot take this aggression anymore. what he said is actually that distribute will react if it comes to worse. nature's peacekeepers are in the region of course and have plates to intervene themselves if necessary. what is the population feel about nato potentially getting involved? and to what extent do people blame and nato and the e u for the current crisis?
will the i actually blaming nato and this situation developed after the so called cost of government has been meeting in washington. we with people, you know, so people have blaming them for everything that's happening. but there is k for that. are nato forces actually that we're going to and actually that that's the thing they there was a meeting yesterday at the cb and headquarters at the general staff were serbian president and ministry reported on the ministry of defense have met with k for which is actually made of organisation that is trying to keep these there actually for now that the only people that are trying to you know, to, to, to step between ships and people that opinions for example,
there is a town called got some community that we've been talking about, you know, the one that is divided into by a bridge and people forces have to be there to, to try to not to not let it come to any escalation, you know, but at the end to nato is the organization that started all of this, you know, in $99.00 when they bump serbia and include all these major that have been happening there. and not i mean that we saw back in 2021. that's to be a faced, a similar situation when pristine a band cause with the serbian play that we're entering the self proclaimed for public is the current situation. any different to that one? the situation is a little bit more serious now because that ben is still on. we're talking about the license plate being bent right now again. but they are more, you know, assuming people cannot use their own ideas. and by the resolution,
1244, as i already said, is part of serbia. so, you know, there's one thing that the president president said yesterday, he's been accused of from, from the part of a so called customer government that he's, you know, making all these tensions. and he said that like there is no way we can to be a tech guy because that would be like a taking our own country. you know? and yeah, i think that people do feel frustrated being on their own land and not being able to use their own ideas, you know, and actually they have been some, some word about you know, taking their documents on the border and they try to administer to the crossing, you know, if they tried to cross it without, with their own license plate or i d 's,
but i have to say only oh so that we heard from through the prime minister on a beach. also saying that this is uni electoral decision of quality. who is supposed prime minister courses because there are still negotiations going on. and everyone would like to situation to be ended on negation negotiations and not not like this, not by violently. that a not, but this is a story that we will be keeping abreast of our teacher and this yet in a 1000000 church. thank you very much for joining us. winter is coming as the energy crisis hits countries across europe prior to the coldest part of the year. residents of germany's largest island react to the whole of the north string to pipeline calling for to be put into operation fun. oh, and i have some questions for german is government and the you,
what problems do you have with russia? a war crimes country you say? in that case, you should also have the same problems with the us. where do we want to get gas from then? saudi arabia, that's a dictatorship to the power of 3. you might as well not do that. so avoid harming your own people. open nord stream to and then it's all good to smile. no guns, a lot of money has been invested in nord stream too. and now it's just lying around in russia and germany just have to find a compromise and talk to each other. that's always the case. i think there is no other way than i do think that the north stream to pipeline has to be completed. a lot of money has gone into it, including from our state, and i am of the opinion that it should be put into operation. we're always talking about the gas crisis and we're always told that the gas crisis was caused by others . i don't see that way. i think if we put the pipeline into operation, that is match gas could flow as we need children. been trying to reach those with regards to music. elsewhere in germany,
the city of hanover has cattle hot water in public buildings, in fear of a shortage of gas during the season. wait buildings for quite hinting. it comes as gas from the case as north fin one pipeline capacity to em, yet 5th of its total, due to siemens, refusing to return a turbine in the process, delivering less gas to europe as the energy situation between russia and the e. u intensifies over the ukraine crisis. the pipeline is a major route for russian gas to europe. meanwhile, environmental activists are concerned that a rush to buy firewood in the netherlands could lead to a deterioration in a quality statistic shows. sales of woodstock have increased by around 30 percent. as many people fear energy prices could skywalker's, while infant land shops expected to close for several hours each day for winter energy saving purposes. europe, however, was not the only continent in the throes of an energy crisis. with more and more
south asian countries now severely hit, report say that the crisis will even worse and further ortiz, rachel blevins, looks at the energy situation in some of the world's poorest economies. energy cost continues or around the world and while europe and the us are typically in the spotlight, the growing crisis is making conditions even worse for the nations in south asia. take language, for example, which has been forced to schedule power cuts for its residence. the developing nation relies heavily on energy imports from the middle east, and it is feeling the crushing combination of increased prices and decreased supply and energy isn't the only costs rising with inflation soaring to its highest point since 2013, the country's economy continues to struggle and hundreds have taken to the streets to protest against their government and its response to the crisis. ah,
the the international monetary fund has said it's considering offering bangladesh alone that will feel like temporary relief. and it has also said it sites on tree longer, which is already seen its share of mass protest. it's all, some officials believe from the country and right on cue. the last sri lankan president angered the public when he didn't agree to another deal from the i and math, but sri lanka, new leader says he has made a deal and he's hoping it will help address the current economic crisis that has seen inflation sore to over 60 percent, to avoid even more protests like the ones the country has already seen. ah
and even i'm not even due to the economic crisis. it is impossible to live in tr lanka if there were better political leaders. this wouldn't have happened. that eminem. there is no income for my family these days, so i decided to send my son to the middle east so he can have a better life there. i am unemployed at the moment but i used to have a hotel. i have 2 children and i dont know how to feed them on may wonder if sri lanka will be able to get out of his current debt crisis with the help of an organization that has long been accused of signing off on predatory loans for developing nations the situation involves more than just money and at a time line supply as our readings height, the world food program says that the remaining petrol reserves and tree longer are not enough to help the nation survive. shoe lanka, which is also struggling to gain access to fuel as,
as economic struggles have led to concerns about whether it can keep up with the payments. remaining, petrol reserves will likely be insufficient to meet normal needs. the situation has impacted almost all aspects of daily life forwarding people's ability to find and go to work and interrupting schools and government services. i and then there's pakistan which is phasing many of the same problems as its economy struggles amid surgeon cost. inflation is over 20 percent there, and the government announces weak that it would be forced to raise energy prices in order to stay on pace with power generation costs. the impact is being felt by millions of packets. johnny's, this cost of living crisis is tipping millions of people into poverty and even starvation at breathtaking speed. and with that, the threat of increased social unrest grows by the day. as a result, those rising prices continue to hit some of the poorest economies in asia from all
sides, with many fearing that the impact will be felt by millions for years and years to comp. so you're right now is suffering from severe energy crisis. i would say it's a crisis of the price of important oil and imported gas, particularly liquefied natural gas. ellen jane. the reason for the high prices is 2 fold. one is the economy of the world recovering from coverage the we just spent the world in with that terrible downturn and quite apart from the health issue and no a revival. but combined, combined with a war and ukraine. they sanctions, which are being put in place by western countries. so this has so co collective west to my and i and this is how to disastrous effect on on price.
frances national news agency has been slammed on social media for ledger g supporting fascism and trying to whitewash key of sympathy for near nazi groups. that comes off to a recent twitter post by the a f p. a post describing the ukranian president corps for evacuation of civilians from the don bus region was accompanied by photo that included a coffin with a wolf angel displayed prominently. the whole single was the omelette of various german, nasty military units during world war 2, and is still in use globally by far white groups today. many people have voice concerns about western media posting such pictures from ukraine. mission impossible . find a picture from ukraine without a nazi symbol. a if be. why are you casually displaying not to symbol some the coffins of the cranium? troops without comment? seems you guys are blind? the picture quoted in the article clearly has a nazi as of symbol over the coffin. very shocking and world war 2. you fought
denazi's, and in 2022. you support them. there's been a growing defense of your cranes in the nazi groups from width and media outlets since the beginning of the conflict in ukraine. that's despite early reports by the o. s. e and the you in regarding atrocities committed by the units. radio host and political commentators, steve gill states whispered media is obsessed with taking sides in the ukraine conflict. i think the western media has been all the in, in painting the ukrainian side of this conflict as being the good guys and, and russia being evil in the process. while ignoring the videos and the pictures of of not just the regiment with the coffin, but also just pure swastika flags have been proud the held up by a, by some of these militia. i think it's just part and parcel of, of the us media taking aside in this conflict rather than reporting the facts
reporting what's actually going on propaganda. that's been such a big part of this war. don't you want the american and western media to know what those folks are waving as they go into these battles who, who they are aligned with? president vladimir putin has stated that the russian hypersonic missile zircon, well cindy in used by the countries on forces. the 1st of their con will be delivered to the guided missiles for gate. admiral gorski of may, you, she, mimi, she analogous meet the latest they are con, hypersonic missile system should be noted have no analogs in the world for which there are no obstacles. their delivery to the russian armed forces will begin in the coming months. for con is a hypersonic anti ship cruise missile with a top speed of 3 kilometers per 2nd. it can hit various targets, including those, both at land and sea. it is reported to travel at 9 times the speed of sound with
a maximum range of approximately 1000 kilometers. how fast does it take the 2nd to reach its target? well, it would take 11 seconds for their cars to cross from the west of moscow to its eastern end. the con is able to cover the distance of 600 kilometers in 3 minutes, which is approximately the distance between berlin and vienna. former pentagon security policy analysts, michael maloof, believe that the introduction of the con, into the russian feet changes the strategic balance of power. i think it changes the whole strategic over of things. and what i'm secondly concerned about is the fact that it's also submarine capable. that you could actually then put the submarines right off of both coat coast of the united states. this sends a very, very strong message, i think, to washington that they've got to stop the confrontation in containment idea. and
as long as they continue doing the, the new, the nato push toward the federation. i think that this kind of a weapon system could be deployed right off of the u. s. coast. it's a very, very serious development. and i think the pentagon is quite concerned about it. well, that brings us to the end of this news bulletin. you can of course, always head to our website at r t dot com for more updates. but meanwhile, for myself and the team, thanks so much for joining us. i ah .
so my name is jeremy, just to said i'm a farmer in iowa, right in the middle of my hometown is noon. we raised corn and soybeans here. so some issues that are different this year then in years past is that with all the things going on the world to day are input costs. have almost doubled nitrogen, all green, double, and triple reading on the form of nitrogen text. it's been interesting. next year is the one that's going to be difficult. we're running off all inventory supply chain issues while we're told. because a cold over reaction to the cold that there was cause
a lot of supply chain problems. and that's all they're telling us more. see, i don't, i think it's greed. whatever. if everything would, everything would stabilize, it will help it. so i want to say it very risky, very risky right now. for example, you could have to far was living one right across the road from each other. and a each operate just a little bit different. one, i'm lucky enough to share his price far enough. ahead and a good price. and the other one doesn't one can go broke and the other one don't it's, it's the scripts. it's gonna be it's gonna be really hard for everybody to keep go and some will make it some of them won't.
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