'We continue to also send a clear message that if Russia decides to use force against Ukraine, there will be severe economic financial consequences for Russia,' Secretary-General Stoltenberg says.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the United States’ upcoming week of intense meetings attempting to prevent President Putin from invading Ukraine. “It’s a positive sign that Russia is now willing to sit down and talk,” says Secretary-General Stoltenberg. 'We continue to also send a clear message that if Russia decides to use force against Ukraine, there will be severe economic financial consequences for Russia.”
05:40 UP NEXT McQuade to SCOTUS: 'Constitution is supposed to be a blueprint for governing, not a suicide pact' 01:37 Rep.Earlier, Kazakh police said forces had "eliminated" tens of rioters in the largest city of Almaty as the unrest sparked by rising fuel prices boiled over into the biggest protests since independence in 1991.Updated Jan.(CNN)US Secretary of State Antony Blinken stressed Wednesday that Russia must de-escalate tensions on the border with Ukraine in order for upcoming diplomatic meetings to succeed, saying"it's very hard to make actual progress in any of these areas in an atmosphere of escalation and threat, with a gun pointed at Ukraine's head.
Kinzinger: ‘January six was a dry run for January of 2024’ 05:14 Rep.Spanberger: A year after Jan.Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.6, ‘our democracy continues to be in peril’ 10:35 Rep.To Read the Full Story.Raskin: Recovering from Jan.Gunshots were heard as troops approached the crowd, according to Reuters witnesses, but the situation in the square had calmed down since then.6 hinges on acknowledging ‘the truth of it’ 06:23 Rep."Read More"The real question is whether Russia is serious about diplomacy, serious about de-escalation," Blinken said.
Schiff: ‘It's hard to imagine a witness with more key or central information’ than Mike Pence 09:30 Sen.State television on Thursday showed video of a pile of weapons on the street, with people walking up and taking them.Tim Kaine: Senate’s progress on voting rights “as slow as my commute” 06:00 Fmr.Secy.The unrest began as protests against the rising price of liquefied petroleum gas, a fuel used by the poor to power their cars, but has since turned into anti-government riots feeding off deep-seated resentment over three decades of rule by former president Nursultan Nazarbayev and his hand-picked successor.Jeh Johnson: ‘Afraid’ Jan.6 extremism was only the ‘tip of an iceberg’ 07:27 Seven children, six adults killed in Philadelphia rowhouse fire 01:00 Members of Congress ‘on edge’ ahead of Jan.He has not been seen or heard from since the protests began.Blinken said Wednesday that"if Russia is serious about pursing diplomacy and de-escalation, that there are things that all of us can do relatively quickly to build greater confidence and to reduce some of the concerns that we have.
6 anniversary 09:59 Extremists ‘resurfaced at the local level’ in year following Jan.6 05:22 Dr."It is an undermining of the integrity of the state and most importantly it is an attack on our citizens who are asking me.Offit: When testing is not available, ‘wear a mask for 10 days’ if exposed to Covid 06:00 New York attorney general issues civil subpoenas for Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr.00:34 Ben Rhodes: Biden pressuring Putin ‘to climb down from the ledge’ 08:22 Dr..Elnahal: CDC decision to shorten isolation period was a ‘critical move’ 04:17 Dr: Osterholm: ‘We need a lot more science’ on at-home test reliability 09:48 Dr.He noted that the pipeline"does not have gas flowing through it at present and if Russia renews its aggression toward Ukraine, it would certainly be difficult to see gas flowing through it in the future.
Selinger: ‘We are at a tipping point in our hospitals in Maryland.He also ordered government protection for foreign embassies and businesses owned by foreign companies.’ 04:38 Dr.Kavita Patel: Hospitals ‘need a reprieve’ so they can ‘provide the care that people so desperately’ need 13:46 05:40 Share this - copied NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the United States’ upcoming week of intense meetings attempting to prevent President Putin from invading Ukraine.State TV also said the National Bank of Kazakhstan had decided to suspend work of banks in the country for the safety of their workers.“It’s a positive sign that Russia is now willing to sit down and talk,” says Secretary-General Stoltenberg."We continue to also send a clear message that if Russia decides to use force against Ukraine, there will be severe economic financial consequences for Russia.Eight police and national guard troops were killed in the unrest on Tuesday and Wednesday, Russia's state-owned Sputnik agency said on Wednesday, quoting the Kazakh interior ministry..
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Wow! What a threat! “Use your army and we will strongly encourage people not to trade with you!” I bet Putin backs right down, huh? 🤣🤣🤣 Putin knows not to mess with Biden. Putin isn’t getting away with anything like he did with Trump. America dying to know, Did Brandon get the laptop back? Otherwise, just more of the same ol’ msdnc lies.
Haha I bet Russia is so scarred 🤣 Make sure not to bring up Afghanistan
Russia sends paratroopers to Kazakhstan to quell deadly unrestRussia has sent paratroopers into Kazakhstan as part of an international peacekeeping force to quell deadly unrest in the central Asian country, a military alliance of former Soviet states said on Thursday. NoMoreFakeNews So the foreign terrorists are coming As an ally, the SCO should help the Kazakh government to stop the rebellion.
Russia-Led Peacekeeping Force to Help Quell Kazakhstan UnrestMass protests over an increase in fuel prices have prompted an alliance of former Soviet states to send troops to Kazakhstan after the government resigned and the president imposed a state of emergency. i could have an opinion on this, but i do not think it would matter. WSJ reporting this rather from just one side …. Remember 1989 Berlin Wall, Baltic states - these movements also were classified as enemy provocations then Russian peacekeeping force 🤔that's like a Saudi Arabian feminine movement or a Chinese human rights organisation
Blinken says Russia faces 'two paths' ahead of key meetings with US next weekUS Secretary of State Antony Blinken stressed Wednesday that Russia must de-escalate tensions on the border with Ukraine in order for upcoming diplomatic meetings to succeed, saying 'it's very hard to make actual progress in any of these areas in an atmosphere of escalation and threat, with a gun pointed at Ukraine's head.'
Dozens of protesters reported killed in Kazakhstan as Russia-led military alliance heads to the countryDozens of protesters were killed and hundreds injured during clashes in Kazakhstan, a police official said. T H E Y A R E S I C K O F Y O U R S H I T P U T I N KremlinRussia_E A N D C O M P A N Y S T O P E X P L O I T I N G T H E P E O P L E F O R P E R S O N A L G A I N A ND A N D P O W E R Something went wrong Sir Putin, the angry will come to Moscow too. People knows where is a Capital of Evil.
Russia-led alliance sending peacekeepers to Kazakhstan | AP NewsMOSCOW (AP) — A Russia-led military alliance said Thursday that it will dispatch peacekeeping forces to Kazakhstan after the country's president asked for help in controlling protests that escalated into violence, including the seizure and setting afire of government buildings. McFaul They shut the internet, then they say protesters are 'violent', main stream media repeats it, they kill thousands, no one talks about in the media. Where have I seen this movie before? Right, during Iran protests that 1500 were shot in just 3 days You don’t know how lucky you are… Kazakh apparatchiks go squealing to Mother Russia, no big surprise.
West must stand up to Russia in Kazakhstan, dissident former banker saysA self-styled Kazakh opposition leader on Friday urged the West to get involved in the Central Asian republic, saying that otherwise Russia would bring it to heel in a type of restored Soviet Union. We've got cheese loving Liz. Dann soll sich der Westen doch mal stellen - hahahaha - am besten Bärbock vorschicken, vielleicht fällt dann Putin vor Lachen vom Hocker. People and nations have long given up on doing the RIGHT THING. We are all self interested stupid bastards who don’t care and can’t rationalise the importance of peace,harmony and the concept of live and let live. It no wonder God/NATURE IS TURNING AGAINST HUMANITY.