EU-Russia towards strategic partnership? | yeslove

EU-Russia towards strategic partnership?

Posted by yeslove, November 8th, 2008 | Print | Svenska

EU and Russia to discuss partnership Russia Today reports.

Russia Today:New kids on the block better listen – EU

“My message to Poland and Lithuania is that it’s better for you to be with all of the member-states in expressing a single view rather than having different views towards Russia,” Barroso said.

The situation seems to have changed drastically over the past two weeks, as the UK had abandoned the earlier demand to freeze EU-Russia relations and voiced the readiness for a new page in that relationship. The Czech Republic, Sweden, Estonia and Latvia sided with the UK.

Only Lithuania and Poland adhered to the position voiced upon the beginning of August hostilities in Georgia. However, the UK refused to sign that document. In fact, the EU does not need authorisation from other EU agencies for resuming negotiations on a new strategic partnership agreement with Russia, as French representative Christine Roget told a Friday press briefing before the EU informal summit.

Litauen och Polen, fickor av proamerikanskt koncensus mot RysslandPockets of anti-Russian sentiments after the conflict in Georgia

Britain retreats from its hardline position against Russia, the Czech republic and the Baltic states follow suit leaving Lithuania and Poland. According to the same webpage the missile defence has become an issue of debate among British MPs.

Russia Today:British MPs call for debate on U.S. missile shield

The British government has already given permission for two bases on British territory, but now more than 70 senior Labour Party figures, including over 50 MPs, are questioning the wisdom of the move.

They took action after a new poll showed almost two thirds of people asked about the system said it would make the country less secure.

About time, the missile defence, becoming operative 2012, threatens survival on the planet. Near term regional consequences for a strategic partnership doesn’t look bright either.

Poland and the Missile Shield – an interview with Radek Sikorski

As Radek Sikorski, Poland’s FM who signed the deal with Condi Rice, told me last week, it’s all about US “boots on the ground”.

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Patrick

Det här är stort, mycket stort.

Silvio Berlusconi:
I thank President Medvedev for appreciating Italy’s position concerning the Ossetian conflict. This position was based on knowledge of the facts. And I think these facts should help the international community understand what really happened and overcome the disinformation that took opinion far from reality.

http://www.russiatoday.com/news/news/32926

Det finns på video också.

Men vad ända in i helvete rapporterar svensk media om, “Obamas solbränna”. De skall för helvete ha sparken, förbannade jävla oduglingar. Jag svär, så in i helvete jag svär. Jag börjar bli så satans less på svensk media som fullständigt abdikerat allt vad journalism heter. Bittra gamla jävla stockkonservativa idioter som inte fattar ett förbannade dugg, mentalt handikappade som bara går till jobbet för att ha det bekvämt. Grundskoleungar skulle klara av en bättre omvärldbevakning än vad dessa menlösa mähän gör. Hur fan kan redöktererna få sitta kvar, blondinbella, naken-chock och nån kändis som bröt nageln är fanimej allt de klarar av. De hör hemma på damernas värld allihop. Jag ger mig fan på att de sitter ned å pissar också, så satans ryggradsösa att det är ett under att de kan stå upp. De är så djävla korkade och mentalt indoktrinerade att de inte ens har vett att skämmas. Fy fan vad vad mår illa!

yeslove

Mycket intressant med Italien.
Nån kändis som bröt nageln…. :-)
Jodå, media är vår ockupationsmakt.

choicsbom

well.. it’s like I said!