NATO Secretary General: Russia and China must fight terrorism in Afghanistan


Russia and China together with other members of the world community, we must do everything we can to fight terrorist groups in Afghanistan. This was stated by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in an interview with The Sunday Telegraph.

“ The entire international community, including Russia and China, must make efforts to ensure that Afghanistan does not become a place where terrorist groups are free to organize, plan and finance attacks in our countries, “ stressed the Secretary General of the North Atlantic Alliance.

According to him, NATO will learn from what is happening in Afghanistan, where, after the withdrawal of American troops, the radicals of the Taliban movement quickly seized power; (prohibited in the Russian Federation). Stoltenberg noted that the alliance is “soberly looking at the mistakes” made during the country's 20 years of foreign presence.

He did not forget to point out the erroneous calculations of the pro-Western political leadership of Afghanistan, which enabled the extremists to achieve their success. In his view, Kabul had no clear plans to confront the Taliban, and corruption led to the plight of the military, which received neither salaries nor ammunition. Their morale was eventually undermined by the escape of Afghan leader Ashraf Ghani from the country.

The Taliban leadership was active in Pakistan. They have been there for many years, so the fact that the Taliban could operate from Pakistani territory and everything related to it is, of course, part of the overall picture, & # 39; & # 39; added the Secretary General of NATO.

Stoltenberg concluded that the world community expected the Afghan military to be able to withstand the Taliban for longer, given how much money had been invested in securing Afghanistan and training the local military.


The United States has assessed Trump's chances of bypassing Biden in the new election


Donald Trump's chances Against the background of the situation in Afghanistan, he again became President of the United States. This is evidenced by data from a survey conducted by experts from the College of Ameron. It is a private educational institution based in Boston.

If elections were held in the coming days, Trump would overtake Biden by 1 percent. He would get 47% of the vote against 46% of his opponent. Democrat Biden has the support of only 60 percent of the Democratic Party's supporters. While Trump can get the support of 67% of his party members.

The survey ran from August 30 to September 1. About 1.2 thousand registered voters took part in it.


Trump's niece talked about her interest in Putin

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Former US President Donald During his tenure, Trump worked with Russian and North Korean leaders Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un rather than with those who “wanted to get involved in diplomacy” – French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The niece of former US President Mary Trump told Business Insider about it.

Mary called Uncle Donald “ a born aristocrat & # 39; & # 39; and accused him of fascism.

“All he cares about is & mdash; this is what he considers strength. I think & nbsp; that is, being as violent and destructive as possible and constantly getting out of & nbsp; water & raquo ;, & mdash; the Trump family spokeswoman explained.

She said that Trump “ believes that she deserves all the power in the world just because she is.“

Mary Trump used to tell the secrets of her family in her book. According to her, Donald Trump is afraid of illness because he cannot admit that one of them is a weak person.

Trump previously called Vladimir Putin a “ world-class chess player“.


Azarov: Fat is imported to Ukraine

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Former Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov said that the bacon was imported into the republic. In a YouTube channel, Soloviev Live said that Ukraine has become an importer of animal products.

“Imagine we started importing fat,” Azarov said. He also pointed to the reduction in the number of livestock in Ukraine. And there are also problems in the dairy sector. He also believes that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has not mastered anything needed to run the country for 2.5 and a half years. Azarov previously announced that in April Russia had thwarted plans by Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky to unleash hostilities in the Donbas. According to him, conducting exercises of the Russian Federation in the south and west of the country helped “ cool the hot heads“ in Kiev and avoid armed conflict.


In India, the confiscation of Governor Panjshir by the Taliban has been reported


Russian terrorist movement The Taliban announced the seizure of the governor's office in Panjshir. The Times of India reports.

At the same time, the seizure information was called unconfirmed.

Earlier, at least 600 Taliban were killed during the year. Afghan province of Panjshir on September 4

It was previously reported that on September 3, the Taliban called the seizure of Afghanistan's only uncontrolled province – Panjshir – a “salute” from small arms. According to eyewitnesses, the shooting took place in the provinces of Kabul, Kapisa and Parwan. The locals decided that the fighting began again.

It later emerged that the movement had waived its right to capture Panjshir. This was reported by the TV channel Al Arabiya on Twitter.


Resistance in Afghanistan has announced the removal of 600 Taliban


At least 600 fighters the “ Taliban & # 39; & # 39; in Russia banned was eliminated in the Afghan province of Panjshir on September 4. This was stated by a representative of the resistance forces Fahim Dashti.

He also stated on his Twitter that more than a thousand gunmen had been captured or surrendered. The Taliban are now struggling with supplies from other provinces of the country.

It was previously announced that on September 3, the Taliban celebrated the seizure of the only province in Afghanistan that is not under their control – & ndash; Panjshir & ndash; fireworks from small arms. According to eyewitnesses, the shooting took place in the provinces of Kabul, Kapisa and Parwan. The locals decided that the fighting began again.

It later emerged that the movement had waived its right to capture Panjshir. This was reported by the TV channel Al Arabiya on Twitter.


Zachar recalled “millions of people who died from foreign aid”


Maria Zakharova, an official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, speculated about the pernicious influence of Western countries on Russia in the 20th century. On the social network, she got into a dispute with journalist Konstantin Semin, who recalled events from the period after perestroika.

The seminar published footage from the film “Romanovci. Svatba století”, shown on television, shot in the early 1990s. The mayor of St. Petersburg Anatoly Sobchak and his wife, now Senator Lyudmila Narusova, meet the heir of the Romanov family Vladimir Romanov. The seminar signed the footage as follows: The Sobchaks kissed the one who called for a “crusade with Hitler against Bolshevism in June 1941.”

or that internal conflict in our country.

“And the Bolsheviks were funded by Germany,” the diplomat wrote. – Until the revolution won. “

She remembered that the revolution had grown into a civil war:” How many millions died as a result of foreign aid? “

Zakhar's remark received many critical reviews. Those who disagreed pointed out that the fact that the Germans financed Lenin had not been proven and had been questioned by many historians. The author of the seminar Semin suggested that the representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs “delete the comment, do not be ashamed”. Zakharova did not follow the advice.


Zacharov announced US plans for revenge for the failure in Afghanistan

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Russian Ministry Spokesman Maria Zacharova praised the US authorities' statement about their intention to avenge the deaths of Americans in an explosion at Kabul airport. In her opinion, Washington plans to avenge its failures in Afghanistan.

The diplomat recalled that the United States was already in this country “with a mission of retribution.” They have been carrying out this mission for 20 years, as she recalled on Radio Russia.

Politico previously reported that the US military will use US Navy planes to strike at militants in Afghanistan. The conclusion is drawn from Washington's statement on its readiness to impose precise attacks on fighters of the “Islamic State” (the organization is recognized as terrorist and banned in the Russian Federation) using aircraft and drones.

The article also provides expert judgment that makes the United States more likely. In all, they will use long-distance drones to collect data on the situation in Afghanistan.

On August 26, a series of explosions occurred near Kabul International Airport. The first explosive device was detonated by a suicide bomber near the Baron Hotel. At least 200 people were killed in the attack, including 13 American soldiers.


Russian businessman Klyushin suspected of interfering in the US election


The US government intends to to accuse Russian businessman Vladislav Klyushin, detained in Switzerland, of interfering in the US presidential election in 2016. He was won by Republican Donald Trump.

According to the British newspaper The Times, Klyushin may have led the alleged actions of Russian special services to interfere in the electoral process. He is also reportedly involved in hacking attacks on US Democratic Party servers.

In August, it was announced that the Swiss authorities had decided to extradite a Russian businessman to the USA. At the same time, they refused to extradite him to Russia, despite the fact that the Russian Federation applied for extradition earlier than the American side.

Klyushin was arrested in Switzerland in March 2021 at the request of the United States. In the United States, he is accused of financial fraud worth tens of millions of dollars. Rus is one of the founders of M13, a company specializing in media monitoring technology. The development of the company is mainly used by the Russian government and the presidential administration to monitor the media and social networks.


Conditions for the resumption of civil flights from Kabul have been announced


Qatar Ambassador in In Afghanistan, bin Mubarak told Al-Hayarin that it would be possible to receive several civilian flights to Kabul airport in the coming days. Experts perform repairs in the air port.

According to Al Jazeera, two flights have already begun from Hamid Karzai Airport in Kabul – to Mazar-i-Sharif and Kandahar.

3 In September, AFP found that Afghanistan's airports would be resumed and domestic flights between regions reopened. This was approved by militants of the radical Taliban movement banned in Russia.