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he is in the west that bell roof might answer the conflict on russia side, despite the fact that i was under lucas jenco recently said that bell roofs would only do so if it was attacked by ukraine. now it is interesting though that the belly russian president mentioned producing mig $25.00 fighter jets for russia because there's been a lot of speculation in the western media of a potential russian spring offensive. and in a recent article by the financial times, western military officials actually say that such a proposal offensive would rely heavily on air power to overcome the grueling artillery sale means that has come to define the ukraine conflict at a recent press conference. alexander lucas jenco actually said that choosing ping had invited him to beijing in early march, and that meeting would coincide actually with she's in pings, visit to moscow, which is scheduled around the same time. last month, the russian foreign ministry said that such a meeting would be the central event of bilateral relations between russia and
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china in 2023. so we're seeing a lot of high level politicking between these 3 strategic partners right on the eve of the one year anniversary of russia, special military operation. so we're gonna have to see what kind of stuff we've got cooking up over the next couple months. ok, some thing else, interesting to note us president joe biden has declared that the last 3 mistry objects shot down over north american earth space where probably civilian balloons are not related to china's espionage program. despite, as you know, weeks of hype states. nothing right now. suggest they were related to chinese fire balloon program, or that they were surveillance vehicles from other any other countries. you tell us communities current assessment? is that these 3 objects for most likely balloons tied to private companies, recreation or research institutions studying whether or conducting other scientific
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research? huff, well, a balloon enthusiast club, and illinois, by the way, has reported that the tracking balloon, they had last signaled from much as a description. the pentagon gape of one of the object shop done by the u. s. or a force. let me just read that direct quote, a small metallic balloon with a tethered payload below. that's how washington summed up the items taken off by 400000 dollar side winder miss n s a. what's the lord? edward snowden and ron meadows, funder of scientific balloon solutions. believe there's nothing mysterious about the objects, but washington doesn't want to climb down from this aggressive president or why i tried contacting the military and the f. b i. and just got the run around to try to enlighten them on what a lot of these things probably are. they're going to look not too intelligent to be shooting him down. please tell me the white house didn't spend the month of february scrambling jets to for $400000.00 missiles at the local hobby clubs. 12
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dollar balloon lord have mercy. well, after the initial shooting gun earlier this month, the suppose a chinese spy balloon story made endless headlines in the american media, including rhetoric about a legit threats coming from beijing and it sort of balance missions. but more and more questions have arisen, mr. biden abruptly left the stage when asked by reporters about his reported business ties with china. i talk to my family, a president and his son and his family makes so much money from their a chinese business operations. you know, the sad thing in the united states right now is, is they have created the bogeyman of russia in the book, the man of china, inter crating enemies when we should be finding bridges of prosperity and
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friendship. i think the way the mainstream media in the u. s. covered the balloon story. it was really a hodgepodge mess of what the biden's stories were in the mainstream media. got a little bit confused in the process. at the end of the day, i think it's proved to be a distraction from other more serious issues. like the open border, the federal drug crisis that is being created crime in our cities, the economic downturn, inflation still hurting americans in their wallets and the continued funding of hundreds of billions of dollars for ukraine when americans are hurting here at home . so i think the by the administration wants distractions like a balloon story, even if it's harmful to their credibility, because it distracts from the real issues they're failing to handle. all right, that was steve gill ending the news our but stay with this because right ahead on r t and extend it set on with the ambassador to asian power house in do you know end of topics the crime in it is read it
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ah, joining us eas, adele, russian ambassador for india, danny's alley paul fi, get to my 1st question, street are ambassadors. so in the recent voice for global summit, their foreign minister of india to pay a shea sanker, he said that globalization and current form is not perfect. and that countries in the was south must develop a new way forward. so how do you in regions rochelle, you all in this new system? good afternoon and i'm happy to be with you. you know, i would agree with the this assessment. ah, it looks like that the western centric world order is gradually coming to an end. or even over that, sir, not clear to some inter, primarily because it doesn't address the demand of the majority of states for
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a more just and the more equal multi part, multi polar power dispensation and the democracy in global governance. indeed, we are currently witness her the years shifting a focus of political and economic decision making her to the south and to the east. russia consistently supports the strand together with india and the other bricks and there the su member countries. india earth is a rapidly growing power and will play a and never bigger role in global affairs. it's a respected nation recognized for its independent and responsible policy. it is pursuing justice to an international affairs to ensure
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an equal access to a natural, financial and technological resources the year, the excess of the global. so with to these resources as a necessity for successful sustainable development. this approach approach. she's at the core of for the year, a current indian g, 20 presidency. which sure russia is supporting. there's already a successful autoline. it logistics corridor between russia and india. the bloody was dog chinese. you do? what do you expect more developments or such projects between the 2 countries? we've been developing the perspective transport corridors for quite some time already and they're the ones that are economically feasible. no time and cost effective. it's the bloody of a starch,
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and i maritime. see ruth, which, which you mentioned, but also the international north south transport coil. the importance of these roots is even more increasing at now to ensure that our trade is independent from arbitrary interference or the of bloody was stopped in my own merits. i am rude is of great significance to facilitate the indian accessed to the russian far east, including its rich sure, are natural and industrial potential. i will recall that the russia indians india summit in 2019. i gave a huge impetus to go ahead with that. important thing is that it also facilitates an early indian outreach to the arctic
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and the infrastructure and energy projects. they are included including the northern c route was stalk oil cluster and other projects. we be increasing attention her to the ins to see a as the shortest way from india to russia and further to europe reducing transportation time to we're out to around 2020 for these as compared to about 40 these through the suits channel. now its capacity stands at about $15000000.00 tons a year, which we plan to double by 2030. it also in both multilateral infrastructure development, urban customs, satellite navigation,
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telecommunication lines. so that we ensure the seamless movement of goods implementation of these projects will certainly make the whole of curation more interconnected. i will expedite the integration initiatives as was a contribute to raise the efficiency of the you ration economic union. also keeping in mind that varies a negotiation process about the f t a of the ration economic union with iran in india. clearly it would be a huge step towards the implementation of the, a greater eurasia partnership proposed by her president flooding their putting bags . you see, to father cooperation we, the issue in an african country is also could we see strengthening already existing institutions such as breaks and the su, for example. that's the very same thing we,
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we do advocate corporation and bricks and the su is based on equal and mutually beneficial partnership as well as a common desire for democracy and global affairs. the central role of the u. n. l and the international law. we don't accept the neo colonial or policy promoted by the western, but by western countries are labeled as rules. rules based order to camouflage the desire to retain a decisive c in global affairs. or a brother cunning idea, i must admit seemingly allowing others to participate, participate in creation of those rules. the again, many of the u. s. must end this notion i love from my
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point of view is getting more and more attractive for many countries and explains their desire and intention her to join bricks and the su, the expansion of these associations is only a matter of time. i saw reggie going on the as seo her with iran and the bella luce, now to become new member members in the 2023 this year and next year respectively. her in bricks, a dialog on expression is going on to at the moment, the south african, a presidency in bricks is promoting the focus on corporation with africa, supporting its development, her initiatives, integration and prayed liber liberalization processes. we also appreciate
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a huge shoe attention to africa, that india indian sheath went to presidency a spain naturally bigger involvement, asian and african countries. the in the leading melt, multi lateral ah, institutions will greatly serve their development purposes and contributes to raising their global profile. india has been under constant pressure from the western countries to dicker doth, stands against russia after a dull conflict in ukraine. how has this affected your relationship with? are those states also? do you think that in the are, will continue to, ah, stay on its bath of independent foreign policy? you know, the, the whole world has witnessed the failure of western efforts to pressure india.
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india has succeeded in maintaining, in an independent and balanced position, projecting unilateral, illegitimate restrictions violating the international law. i think it's more if the reflection of the gradual end of the western hegemonic than, or anything else. this for him stand is based on india's principle line with regards to the sanctions policy in general, which cannot be a solution to bilateral or global province. india gives priority to its national interests, including in relation to the current of global food and the energy crises caused by the pandemic in the 1st place. and by, by the western sanctions against russia, in this se, in the 2nd multi vector approach is at the core of binges concept of
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a strategic autonomy man. and i would very much like her to see india stay on this course. ah ah, this presentation of the ukraine complex is always been muddled and confusing. remember the phrase as long as it takes, but it's not a strategic goal now or presented with as long as it takes pertains to the amount of conflict. it doesn't pertain the amount of assistance you understand with that noun. ah, we don't feel attitudes. the relationship has changed. we are very happy that you
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know, the older generation of, in years they all remember those hating shirley. shirley, the engine friendship, the younger generation, certainly. her doesn't know much about russia, which is not somebody's fault in particular to general situation in which nobody is to blame. but turn the overall attitude has not changed. of course, urban is more comfortable with the, with the, with the current situation. europe. nobody's comfortable. we, we are suffering 1st place in russia, ukraine. we didn't want that turn of events in the 1st place. and in fact, we for at least 15 years prior to 2022 were when being em
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escalation happened, tries to impress on europe and the u. s. which has the decisive influence on europe to sit together and work out formulae security formula that would be acceptable to all because we felt that in the russian security it is threatened and was threatened by the expansion of nato. that was the, the major reason for the, an escalation and all our proposals. so we're in goodwill intentions. they were rejected outright. now, as we see and you know, on various political leaders and make
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revelations, former former leaders in europe or i'm the or like these are the prime minister. they were no such plants in the west and from, from the beginning. the thank deceives russia, they bluntly in a very on partnership men manner. and the ultimately wanted to, to proceed with those cressy for a plan so, so that our position in on the global stage is diminished and suffers, confirms the year our assessments, assessments that for something is not right with the western attitude towards
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russia. lavolle has pointed out that nieto countries are seeking to increase border tensions between new delhi and beijing. now a, how do you thing nieto is doing this and b, how concerned a you and your colleagues about the dispute yet? the india china border problem. is it purely bilateral matter, right? russia doesn't interfere. and no one is, is expected to either. the, the 2 parties are mature enough to earn and capable of resolving early the situation on their own. using the existing dialogue and consultations, consultations mechanisms. it will take a deteriorating removal and destroyed security situation in europe after the cold war. as an example,
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nato's negative rule was evident. despite russia's objections, are the block continued its expansion or east, towards creating direct, a direct, from threats to the russian security. stating its defensive nature or made hope chose of offensive actions against russia. so similarly, it, it's attempts to spread its influence. it to the asia pacific should not mislead anyone with russia and china as the 2 obvious adversaries. there are less obvious targets as well, like the unity of the region at large. in our perception, it's going to divide the new region. will g opposites unify the gender, and the equilla and the undivided security architecture. as
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a nation centered architecture, they will be more alienation lines and the instability. and it certainly doesn't suit the interests of any of the nations they are including india and china. in the back global, rising tensions in the global arena, and up pressure on india to condemn russia. how do you think the trade between the 2 countries is going the sanctions war against russia has, in fact has had in faith and opposite effect. and accelerated the, the russia, india trade. as you know, last year it grew almost 3 and a half times and they reached reached about 35000000000 u. s. c,
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u, as d, a record record level of the lion's share belongs to oil and coal, and fertilizers and the metal supplies from russia. indian exports are still far behind. that is true. we're working intent in the intensely to balance it. it's important that there is a wide spread interest from private sector, the regional business voice medium scale business is getting more active. the tourists flow through india shows promising dynamics, and there's increasing oh, so the, the scope of opportunities for india to expand its presence in the russian market that has increased dramatically in almost all segments of industry. and it would be wise for the indian business. and to make use of of them. no,
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russia has been a long time and no g bought no, all the india. do you see this partnership bar growing? i hope that that will continue and will expand and not only on the supplies front, where talking here with the expansion of joint investment projects in both countries, including the development of stockwell, which i mentioned earlier. and the other promising hydro carbone, comp, cobblins fields in the russian far east and in the arctic. we're also talking, we're talking about better chemicals or energy processing projects in india. let's not forget that russian investments which amounted to 13000000000 usd in 2017,
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where the largest ever in the investments in the energy sector of india or and g c corporation, owns a 20 percent stake in the sahalina one project. the indian companies are widely represented in the development of the van cor field in russia. in the us, you rock project. also, the imperial energy group of companies operates in the thomas creegan and the s for the spike of energy purchases in 2022. russia has become the largest oil supplier of india and our share in law local crude imports has exceeded 25 percent. and or,
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of course, let's not forget about the extensive, the leasing corporation in the, in the nuclear power sector. we've been her the only country going to implement such projects in india with the construction over the good uncle and nuclear power plant. talking all of the defense partnership between new deleon, moscow in dallas. always been a major by our of a rush in military equipment. how important is india to russia military export market? very important, no doubt about that. the level of the russia india defense corporation remains unprecedented. and it's not much i possibly vote the numbers than about so the overall extension of corporation or russia offer is the
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maximum level of transfer of advanced technologies and where other players are still hesitant. we don't condition our defense corporation to politics. there have been very practical results, like the exceptional promise supersonic missile missiles manufacturing the, the joint projects that we have the are aka 203 rifles. joint venture license production of for tanks, aircraft or various armaments and components. all in compliance with macon india and the self reliant india programs. sounds of right at the moment. russia now is taking it, taking
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a negative part in the iow india. her defense defense show in bangalore, where we have a large delegation present with the representation of various defense manufacturing companies, offering a variety of products, joined collaboration projects in their craft industry in anti missile warfare. offering the you know, the portable lisa launches and the other advanced equipment we are, we are very optimistic about the continuation of our close engagement in this, in this important sector. thanks very much, ambassador was speaking to out the appreciate your time. ah,
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