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WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – The United States applied sanctions linked to terrorism to three citizens and an entity located in Turkey, Syria and Iraq, the Treasury Department reported.

The sanctions were imposed against Ibrahim Al Fay, from Turkey, Idris Al Fay, from Iraq, Alaa Khanfurah, from Syria, and the Al Fay company, located in Turkey, for their alleged involvement to facilitate funds to the terrorist group ISIS (self-proclaimed Islamic State). , outlawed in Russia).

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Russia, fundamental pillar of the UN

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Russia, a pillar Personal contacts are especially important in the current situation, said the head of Russian diplomacy, Sergey Lavrov, noting that Russia is grateful that Guterres accepted the invitation to visit Moscow. “The best solution to all problems is to organize the negotiations on the solid basis of the United Nations Charter and the central role of the UN coordination,” stressed the Russian Foreign Minister. For his part, the Secretary General of the The UN warned that his visit takes place a few days after the celebration of Victory Day. Therefore, for which he congratulated the people and Government of the Russian Federation. He also stressed that Russia being one of the founders of the UN and a permanent member of the Security Council, it is a fundamental pillar of the multilateral organization. “I believe that the challenges we face today need multilateral solutions that must be based on the UN Charter and international law,” he said. Turkey asks to give Israel a lesson in strengthThe escalation of tensions between Israel and Gaza continues. In this context, the presidents of Russia and Turkey, Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan, had a conversation during which they expressed during a “great concern about the incessant clashes and the increase in the number of deaths and injuries.” The Turkish presidency issued a statement stating that “President Erdogan stressed that to avoid a further escalation of the crisis, it is important that the UN Security Council intervene in this matter and send strong and clear messages to Israel on the cessation of the attacks” and He asked the international community to give “a lesson in strength and restraint” to Israel. Turkey’s position contrasts with that of the US or Colombia, which have condemned the Gaza attacks on Israel. And not only that: the US was the only country that vetoed a UN Security Council statement on Gaza. Regarding Erdogan’s words, the international analyst Eduardo Luque emphasizes that “it is a strong position, it is an interesting position, to claim the action of the forces of the countries at the international level. What happens is that unfortunately the Security Council [de la ONU] is permanently vetoed by the US position. “European Parliament calls for strong measures to stop the killing of Palestinians More than 80 Palestinians have been killed in the last three days after Israel’s air strikes against the Gaza Strip. For their part, the launching of missiles the Palestinian resistance has killed seven Israelis. In the already delicate situation, the spokesman for the Israel Defense Forces reported that his country is preparing to launch a ground operation in the Gaza Strip, a territory that Israel has been blocked since 2007 and that it suffers from a delicate humanitarian situation.For Manu Pineda, Spanish MEP and president of the European Parliament Delegation for European Union-Palestine relations, the aggression against the Gaza Strip has a tactical origin, which would have to do with the impossibility of the Israeli prime minister to form a government and the accusations of corruption that persecute him, and a strategic objective: “to try to get the Palestinians out of Palestine and leave the whole of historic Palestine to the Jewish settlers.” Inflation hits the US, exceeding expectations. Way above what the experts expected. This is how inflation shot up in the US. Last April the consumer price index [IPC] climbed to 4.2%, reaching highs not seen since September 2008. Inflation driven by an increase in energy prices of more than 25% year-on-year has exceeded all expectations. In this context, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the Department of Labor, non-farm payrolls in the North American country increased by only 266 thousand jobs last April and the unemployment rate rose to 6.1%, while economists had predicted the creation of almost a million jobs in the past month. “In the political discussions that are being handled at this time in the US, the question of extraordinary benefits that have been approved for people unemployed as a result of the pandemic is being put on the table. What is being said from different sectors is that these benefits are too high, in the sense that once the economy begins to recover, there are many workers who are paid do benefits that are higher than those they would earn working “, observes the director of the Ekai Center Consultant, Adrián Zelaia. The program team is made up of Javier Benítez, Víctor Sújov, Karen Méndez and Víctor Ternovsky.

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This was stated by the secretary general of the organization, António Guterres, during his visit to Moscow, considered by the Russian authorities as a contribution to the development of closer relations between the Eurasian country and the UN. The visit takes place in a context of escalating tension between Israel and Gaza.

Russia, a pillar

Personal contacts are especially important in the current situation, said the head of Russian diplomacy, Sergey Lavrov, noting that Russia is grateful that Guterres accepted the invitation to visit Moscow. “The best solution for all problems is to organize the negotiations on the solid basis of the United Nations Charter and the central role of the UN coordination,” stressed the Russian Foreign Minister.

For his part, the UN Secretary General warned that his visit takes place a few days after the celebration of Victory Day. Therefore, for which he congratulated the people and Government of the Russian Federation. He also stressed that Russia being one of the founders of the UN and a permanent member of the Security Council, it is a fundamental pillar of the multilateral organization. “I believe that the challenges we face today need multilateral solutions that must be based on the UN Charter and international legislation,” he said.

Turkey asks to give Israel a lesson in strength

The escalation of tensions between Israel and Gaza continues. In this context, the presidents of Russia and Turkey, Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan, held a conversation during which they expressed “great concern about the incessant clashes and the increase in the number of deaths and injuries.”
The Turkish presidency issued a statement stating that “President Erdogan stressed that in order to avoid a further escalation of the crisis, it is important that the UN Security Council intervene in this matter and send strong and clear messages to Israel on the cessation. of the attacks “and called on the international community to give” a lesson in strength and restraint “to Israel.

Turkey’s position contrasts with that of the US or Colombia, which have condemned the Gaza attacks on Israel. And not only that: the US was the only country that vetoed a UN Security Council communiqué on Gaza.

Regarding Erdogan’s words, the international analyst Eduardo Luque stresses that “it is a strong position, it is an interesting position, to demand the action of the forces of the countries at the international level. What happens is that unfortunately the Security Council [de la ONU] it is permanently vetoed by the US position. “

MEP calls for forceful measures to stop the killing of Palestinians

More than 80 Palestinians have been killed in the past three days following Israel’s airstrikes on the Gaza Strip. For its part, the launching of missiles by the Palestinian resistance has killed seven Israelis.

To the already delicate situation, the spokesman for the Israel Defense Forces, reported that his country is preparing to launch a ground operation in the Gaza Strip, a territory that Israel has blocked since 2007 and that suffers a delicate humanitarian situation. .

For Manu Pineda, Spanish MEP and president of the European Parliament Delegation for European Union-Palestine Relations, the aggression against the Gaza Strip has a tactical origin, which would have to do with the impossibility of the Israeli prime minister to form a government and the persecuting accusations of corruption, and a strategic objective: “to try to get the Palestinians out of Palestine and leave the whole of historic Palestine to the Jewish settlers.”

Inflation hits the US

Exceeding expectations. Way above what the experts expected. This is how inflation shot up in the US. Last April the consumer price index [IPC] it climbed to 4.2%, reaching highs not seen since September 2008. Inflation driven by an increase in energy prices of more than 25% year-on-year has exceeded all expectations.

In this context, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the Department of Labor, non-agricultural payrolls in the North American country increased by only 266 thousand jobs last April and the unemployment rate rose to 6.1%, while the Economists had predicted the creation of nearly a million jobs last month.

“In the political discussions that are being handled at the moment in the US, the question of extraordinary benefits that have been approved for unemployed people as a result of the pandemic is being put on the table. What is being said from different sectors is that these benefits are too high, in the sense that once the economy begins to recover, there are many workers who are receiving benefits higher than those they would earn working “, observes in this regard the director of the Ekai Center Consultant, Adrian Zelaia.

The program team is made up of Javier Benítez, Víctor Sújov, Karen Méndez and Víctor Ternovsky.

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Former Trump attorney does not have to pay for his legal defense

Rudy Giuliani, who served as a lawyer for former US President Donald Trump and was by his side until his breakup last January, has no resources to pay for his legal defense, and has asked the tycoon for help.

Former New York Mayor Giuliani was Trump’s personal attorney, but now, amid legal troubles, he has pushed for funding.

The theory of an election stolen from Trump could not be proven and was rejected in every American court, in several failures of Giuliani, who now faces serious lawsuits.

Among them a multimillion dollar demand for Dominion, the company responsible for the electronic voting booths, whom Giualini accused of participating in an electoral fraud scheme.

But in addition, Giuliani is named in the investigation of federal prosecutors and the FBI on his alleged intervention and possible conspiracy with a foreign government, by pressing to remove the former US ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, in addition to trying to obtain information against him current president Joe Biden, in order to affect his presidential aspiration.

According to The New York Times, Giuliani staff have tried to pressure Trump to use part of his $ 250 million campaign funds for legal aid for his former personal attorney.

But officials close to the former president told The Washington Post that the president instructed his aides not to pay Giuliani’s legal fees.

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Biden approves emergency aid for Virginia state due to winter storm

The president of United States, Joe Biden, approved a disaster declaration for the state of Virginia (southeast) that will help the recovery efforts of residents affected by a severe winter storm that occurred earlier this year, the White House announced in a statement Monday.

“Today (Monday), President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. declared that there is a major disaster in Virginia and ordered federal assistance to supplement recovery efforts in areas affected by the severe winter storms of 11-13. February 2021 “, says the text.

Last winter, a severe storm blocked many of Virginia’s highways and left hundreds of thousands of residents without power.

The declaration allows local governments and private nonprofits to receive federal funds in their efforts to repair and replace infrastructure damaged by the storm.

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Washington and Moscow resume arms race

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The arrival of Joe Biden The White House has marked a recomposition of relations with Russia, and has led the two powers to a new mode of arms race and harsh cross threats. In the background, there is the growing estrangement between Washington and Moscow, which highlights Biden’s refusal to invite his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, to the summits of the G-7, something that he did Donald Trump.

Just a few days ago, the Pentagon announced that it will invest $ 18 billion, or 15,000 million euros, in an anti-missile system that will be deployed in Alaska. The US Administration said that this shield is a mere containment to the long-range threats from Iran and North Korea, but in Moscow this rearmament in front of its border has not done anything well, according to the latest reactions from the Kremlin.

“This is altering the strategic balance of power in the world and stimulating an arms race, including with missiles, “said the spokeswoman for Russian diplomacy, Maria zajarova, according to the Ria Novosti agency. “USA. it strives for absolute dominance in the military sphere and relies on an exhaustion of Russia’s nuclear deterrent potential, with an emphasis on creating a global missile defense system, “he added.

In reality, Biden came to the Oval Office with the intention, he said, of extending the disarmament treaties with Russia – and earlier the USSR – that Trump set out to invalidate. In fact, in February the new US president agreed with his Russian counterpart extend the nuclear arms control treaty for another five years New START, an optimistic start for a relationship that has been getting complicated. That treaty limits the number of strategic nuclear weapons, with a maximum of 1,550 nuclear warheads and 700 ballistic systems for each of the two powers, on land, sea or air.

President Donald Trump has already unilaterally withdrew the United States from the other treaty, the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces, in force for 40 years and which prohibited the production, possession and flight tests of cruise missiles launched from land with a range capacity from 500 to 5,500 kilometers. Washington later destroyed 846 missiles. Moscow, 1846.

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The reason given by the White House for that exit was that Russia violated the treaty several times. In fact, Biden himself knew about these violations when he was vice president. In 2014, Barack Obama, his boss, denounced in a letter sent to Putin that the Pentagon had detected tests with medium-range missiles in Europe since 2008, which was a violation of the terms of the agreement.

Now President Biden is adding military reinforcement to his list of priorities. The new component of the anti-missile system announced by the Pentagon will report to the Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman companies $ 13 billion in its first phase of development, with about $ 5 billion paid in later phases of manufacturing. There will be 31 interceptors in Alaska, according to Pentagon estimates.

The Kremlin recently called its ambassador in Washington for consultations after Biden defined Putin as a “murderer” and warned him that he would pay the consequences of trying to interfere in the November presidential election to benefit Trump.

Following the publication of a US intelligence report directly accusing Putin of having authorized a campaign of digital interference in elections to harm Biden and benefit Trump, Biden was asked in an interview about such interference and said that Moscow “will pay the consequences.” Later, Biden was asked if he believes Putin is a “murderer”, following the persecution and poisoning of opposition leaders, including Alexéi Navalni. Biden answered yes, without repeating the word.

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A Turkish expert: “The time has come to recover the bases ceded to NATO and the US”

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A Turkish expert: “The time has come to recover the bases ceded to NATO and the US”

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The protesters are demanding that they be closed to the US military, especially the Incirlik Air Base, known to be the main center for directing and coordinating a number of US operations in the Middle East, and the Kurecik radar station.Political analyst Ceyhun Bozkurt considers that Turkey is facing a scenario that allows it to decide to redirect its foreign policy and show its political independence from the US and NATO because for years, these bases have been used not only during the Cold War, when Turkey became part of NATO, but also later. On the American presence in Incirlik, he explained that he knows that about 1,500 American soldiers from the 39th unit of the US Air Force are at the base. In addition, it houses A-10 aircraft used in close-to-ground air operations, the F-15 and F-16, and refueling aircraft. In this base there are also military personnel from various countries, especially from Germany, to use it during the coalition operations against ISIS, using from time to time the base located on Turkish territory. “The Incirlik base was used in a large number of operations both in the Cold War times and after. For example, in the early 1960s, US U-2 surveillance aircraft were stationed at the Incirlik base, this created tensions between Turkey and the Soviet Union In addition, it was used for various purposes during operations in the Middle East, including the withdrawal of US citizens during the Arab-Israeli war and the Islamic Revolution in Iran. During the first operation in the Persian Gulf, air support was provided from the base of Incirlik to the US military in northern Iraq. He is also known to play an active role in the NATO mission, “concluded Bozkurt. Bril, US President Joe Biden officially recognized as genocide the massacre of ethnic Armenians perpetrated at the beginning of the 20th century by the forces of the Ottoman Empire. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan regretted his US counterpart’s decision. As a result, anti-US protests erupted in Turkey, including nationalists urging to activate the Russian S-400s and demand reimbursement for the F-35s.

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A political analyst has explained to Sputnik that the time has come for Turkey to recover the bases ceded to NATO and the US military. Several Turkish cities have reacted with anti-American protests demanding that their authorities close military bases to Americans in response to recognition of the Armenian genocide.

The protesters demand that it be shut down for the us military, especially Incirlik Air Base, known for being the main directing and coordinating center for a number of U.S. operations in the Middle East, and Kurecik radar station.

Political analyst Ceyhun Bozkurt believes that Turkey is facing a scenario that allows it to decide to redirect your foreign policy and show your independence US and NATO policy because for years, these bases have been used not only during the Cold War, when Turkey joined NATO, but also afterwards.

“It is Washington that has taken an anti-Turkish stance on a number of key issues, from the embargo imposed on Turkey to US support during the military coups. It is time to establish a more independent relationship with the US and NATO. I think it has come. the moment to recover the bases ceded to the NATO and US military, mainly Incirlik and Kurecik, and to nationalize them in the full sense of the word “, Bozkurt exhorted.

On the American presence in Incirlik, he explained that he knows that some 1,500 American soldiers from the 39th unit of the US Air Force are at the base. In addition, it houses A-10 aircraft used in close-to-ground air operations, the F-15 and F-16, and refueling aircraft. In this base there are also soldiers from various countries, especially from Germany, to use it during the coalition operations against ISIS, using from time to time the base located on Turkish territory.

“The Incirlik base was used in a large number of operations both during and after the Cold War. For example, in the early 1960s, US U-2 surveillance aircraft were stationed at the Incirlik base. , this created tensions between Turkey and the Soviet Union. In addition, it was used for various purposes during operations in the Middle East, including the withdrawal of American citizens during the Arab-Israeli war and the Islamic Revolution in Iran. During the first operation in the In the Persian Gulf, air support was provided from the Incirlik base to the US military in northern Iraq. It is also known to play an active role in the NATO mission, “concluded Bozkurt.

Turkish Foreign Ministry summons the US ambassador and protests Biden’s words
On April 24, US President Joe Biden officially recognized as genocide the massacre of ethnic Armenians perpetrated at the beginning of the 20th century by the forces of the Ottoman Empire. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan regretted the decision of his American counterpart.
Consequently, anti-American protests erupted in Turkey, including nationalists urging activate Russian S-400s and claim reimbursement for the F-35s.

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Human actions influence the North Atlantic Oscillation

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Wind and weather patterns already reveal that they are directly influenced by man, with changes to be recorded on the Atlantic façade of Europe and the eastern US.

A new study by researchers from the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (A), provides evidence that humans are directly influencing wind and weather patterns in the eastern United States and Western Europe through the release of CO2 and other pollutants into Earth’s atmosphere.

In the Article, published in the magazine npj Climate and Atmospheric Science, scientists discovered that changes over the past 50 years for a major North Atlantic weather phenomenon – known as North Atlantic Oscillation (OAN) – can go back to human activities that impact the climate system.

Also read: New study on the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation

Human actions have long been perceived to be causing global warming, yet “this human-induced signal about weather patterns is much more difficult to identify,” he said. Jeremy Klavans, lead author of the study.

How was the study conducted and what do the results show?

First, it is important to understand what NAO is and how this natural process influences climate and weather. This oscillation is the result of fluctuations in air pressure across the Atlantic, which affect the climate and influence the intensity and location of the jet stream. This fluctuation has a strong effect on the winter weather in Europe, Greenland, the northeastern United States and North Africa, on the quality of agricultural crop yields and the productivity of fisheries in the North Atlantic.

Winters in Europe and the eastern United States can get hotter and more humid

According to Jeremy Klavans, “In this study, we show that humans are influencing climate and meteorological patterns over the Atlantic and that we can use this information to predict changes in weather and climate up to a decade earlier.” The results obtained in this research suggest that winters in Europe and the eastern United States may become warmer and more humid.

To reach this conclusion, the scientists used several large sets of climate models, compiled by researchers from the National Center for Atmospheric Research, to predict the North Atlantic Oscillation. The analysis consisted of 269 model series, representing more than 14,000 years of simulated models.

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Meteorological stations contain instruments that allow the measurement of atmospheric pressure, a fundamental parameter for climatologists to understand the pressure difference that is used to define the different phases of the NAO (North Atlantic Oscillation).

How does the NAO influence the climate in Europe and North America?

The NAO is the natural process responsible for time in Europe. This phenomenon depends on the two barometric centers regulating atmospheric circulation in the North Atlantic: the Icelandic depression and the Azores anticyclone.

One way to understand the OAN is through the difference in pressures recorded at the Ponta Delgada stations, on the island of San Miguel, and in Reykjavík, the capital of Iceland. When the Icelandic depression is more intense, that is, with lower pressures, and the anticyclone is also stronger, therefore higher pressures, then the difference is greater. Y if this pressure difference is above the average, the climatologists consider that there is a positive OAN situation.

When the NAO is in a negative phase, the weather in the northeast and this Mexico have milder and drier winters than normal, if it is positive the opposite may occur, but depending on the place it is the intensity of the effect, in general it maintains a climatic variability in any of its phases throughout eastern North America.

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Turkey summons US ambassador on genocide issue

The Turkish Foreign Ministry has summoned the US ambassador to Ankara to demonstrate against the US government’s decision to classify the deportation and murder of Armenians during the Ottoman Empire as “ genocide ”

ISTANBUL (AP) _ The Turkish Foreign Ministry has summoned the US ambassador to Ankara to demonstrate against the US government’s decision to classify the deportation and murder of Armenians during the Ottoman Empire as “ genocide. ” .

Deputy Foreign Minister Sedat Onal met with David Satterfield on Saturday night to express strong condemnation of Ankara.

“ The declaration has no legal basis in terms of international law and has hurt the Turkish people, opening a wound that is difficult to fix in our relations, ” the minister said.

On Saturday, US President Joe Biden made good on a campaign promise by acknowledging as genocide the incidents that began in 1915 and caused the deaths of about 1.5 million Ottoman Armenians. The statement was carefully crafted to point out that deportations, massacres, and death marches occurred in the Ottoman Empire.

“ We see that pain. We reaffirm history. We are not doing this to find culprits, but to ensure that what happened does not happen again, ” the US government said.

The White House proclamation immediately provoked condemnatory reactions from Turkish officials, although President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has yet to comment on the issue.

Turkey rejects the use of the floor, arguing that both Turks and Armenians were killed in fighting during World War I and has called for a joint history commission to be established to investigate the events. For years, American presidents have avoided using the term “ genocide ” to describe what Armenians call “ Meds Yeghern, ” or the Great Crime.

Erdogan and Biden spoke by phone on Friday for the first time since the US presidential election.

“ President Erdogan opened the national archives of Turkey and requested the creation of a joint historical committee to investigate the events of 1915, to which Armenia never responded. It is a pity that (at) POTUS has ignored, among others, this simple fact and has taken an irresponsible and unprincipled stance, ” Ibrahim Kalin, spokesman for the Turkish president, tweeted on Sunday, referring to the US president’s account in the social network.

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USA plays with fire and it can burn

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The US plays ‘everything goes’ The US is measuring its own and strangers. But the only thing he manages to make clear is that he is no longer that hegemonic power of yesteryear that could do whatever he wanted, whenever he wanted, with whomever he wanted, knowing that no one was going to sneeze around him. What Washington does not quite understand is that this scenario belongs to the past, and it can only be ‘come true’ in a Hollywood production, and it is that after the latest ‘adventures’ – sanctions and expulsions of diplomats – by the US against Russia, Moscow He responded decisively and warned Washington about the possible consequences of trying to cross red lines. What he “got out of Russia” in his latest delusions of undermining the Eurasian country, was not exactly something to beat his chest claiming the leadership of the world. The Moscow coups literally leave American diplomats little room for maneuver on Russian territory: for example, to travel more than 40 kilometers from the headquarters of their Embassy in Moscow, they now have to request special permits from the Russian authorities, not to mention that they will no longer be able to employ citizens of third countries, or Russians, on their staff at their Embassy or Consulates, whom they used to recruit as agents, according to the Kremlin. The US begins to be tied hand and foot for its adventures in Russia. “We continue with the chapters of this season of the international ‘tug of war’ between the new Biden Administration that is taking the pulse of all the different governments that may be more or less friendly, those that it has declared as enemies or competitors, such as the cases of Russia and China, but also of other governments, both European and mainly Asian, to see how they respond to US demands and how they follow them, or how they are oppose them “, says the international analyst Enrique Refoyo. The expert points out that” at the moment we are in that phase that, let’s say in military terms, is to test the enemy’s defenses to make the real attack, and for the moment they are partial attacks to see how prepared they are on the other side. In this sense, Russia wants to show that it is not going to sit idly by when another, in this case the US, is attacking them, but always maintaining calm and proportionality, without wanting to take the conflict to a higher level, of problems. “Armenian Genocide In this ‘measure the pulse’ that Biden is executing with his own and strangers since he assumed the presidency, he has decided to cross a red line of Turkey, recognizing the Armenian genocide. Ankara’s reaction was immediate, such as calling the US ambassador for consultations, but that was not the most damaging thing for Uncle Sam: Turkey announced that it has prohibited the US Air Force from using its military bases and has given 15 days to the North American country to leave its territory, and it is that crossing a red line from Turkey is something that precisely the US could never allow itself, and much less in the current context after the conflict that Biden has just fueled in eastern Ukraine , which includes putting pressure on Russia by sending warships to the Black Sea, whose access precisely Turkey must approve. “Here the US has the Kurdish trick, which we have to see how it is going to play it, because Turkey’s great fear was the existence of an independent Kurdistan in Iraq and Syria, and that that could be united and that it would be like a mirror beyond its borders of Kurdistan in Turkey and that it would lead to a campaign of cross-border terrorism that could devastate large areas of the interior of the country, and that this could lead to more conflicts, “Enrique Refoyo observes in this regard.

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Additional measures. They are what the US can expect from Russia, if Washington insists on continuing to escalate the situation between the two countries. News that is not good at all for the North American country that also managed to unleash the wrath of Turkey by recognizing the Armenian genocide.

USA plays ‘anything goes’

The US is measuring its own and strangers. But the only thing he manages to make clear is that he is no longer that hegemonic power of yesteryear that could do whatever he wanted, whenever he wanted, with whomever he wanted, knowing that no one was going to sneeze around him. What Washington does not quite understand is that this scenario belongs to the past, and can only be ‘made a reality’ in a Hollywood production.

And it is that after the last “adventures” – sanctions and expulsions of diplomats – of the US against Russia, Moscow responded decisively and warned Washington about possible consequences of trying to cross red lines.
What he “got out of Russia” in his latest delusions of undermining the Eurasian country, was not exactly something to beat his chest claiming the leadership of the world. The Moscow coups literally leave American diplomats little room for maneuver on Russian territory: for example, to travel more than 40 kilometers from the headquarters of their Embassy in Moscow, they now have to request special permits from the Russian authorities.

That, not to mention that they will no longer be able to employ third-country citizens, or Russians, on their staff at their Embassy or Consulates, whom they used to recruit as agents, according to the Kremlin. The US begins to be tied hand and foot for its adventures in Russia.

“We continue with the chapters of this season of the international ‘tug of war’ between the new Biden Administration that is taking the pulse of all the different Governments that may be more or less friendly, those that it has declared as enemies or competitors, as they are the cases of Russia and China, but also of other governments, both European and Asian mainly, to see how they respond to US demands and how they follow them, or how they oppose them, “says international analyst Enrique Refoyo.

The expert points out that “at the moment we are in that phase that, let’s say in military terms, is to test the enemy’s defenses to make the true attack, and for now they are partial attacks to see how prepared they are on the other side. In this sense Russia wants to show that it is not going to sit idly by when another, in this case the US, is attacking them, but always maintaining calm and proportionality, without wanting to take the conflict to a higher level, of problems “.

Armenian Genocide

In this ‘measure the pulse’ that Biden has been executing with locals and strangers since he assumed the presidency, he has decided to cross a red line in Turkey, recognizing the Armenian genocide. Ankara’s reaction was immediate, such as calling the US ambassador for consultations.

But that was not the most damaging thing for Uncle Sam: Turkey announced that it has prohibited the US Air Force from using its military bases and has given the North American country 15 days to leave its territory.

And it is that crossing a red line from Turkey is something that precisely the United States could never allow itself, and much less in the current context after the conflict that Biden has just fueled in eastern Ukraine, which includes putting pressure on Russia by sending ships. of war to the Black Sea, whose access must be approved precisely by Turkey.

“Here the US has the Kurdish trump card, we have to see how it is going to play it, because Turkey’s great fear was the existence of an independent Kurdistan in Iraq and Syria, and that this could be united and that it would be like another mirror. beyond its borders of Kurdistan in Turkey and that it would lead to a campaign of cross-border terrorism that could devastate large areas of the interior of the country, and that could lead to more conflicts “, Enrique Refoyo observes in this regard.

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US sends 8 fighter jets to UK ahead of joint group deployment

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WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – The United States sent a strike squad of eight F-35B fighter jets, known as the Wake Island Avengers, to the United Kingdom ahead of a joint strike group deployment, the Pentagon said in a statement.

“Fifth generation US Marine Corps aircraft flew more than 5,000 miles from their home station in Arizona to Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, before their next combined deployment with the UK’s newest aircraft carrier.” the statement said.

The brief added that the squadron will conduct final training for an aircraft carrier deployment aboard HMS Queen Elizabeth as part of Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 21, the statement said.

The deployment will form the world’s largest fifth-generation aircraft carrier air wing, he added.

“Now that we have arrived in the UK, we are re-integrating with our counterparts and focused on providing the CSG-21 Commodore and US combat commanders with combat-ready and combat-capable fifth-generation aircraft,” commanded by the Avengers of Wake Island, Lt. Col. Andrew D’Ambrogi, in the statement.

This deployment precedes the worldwide readiness of Carrier Strike Group 21 later this year, the Pentagon noted.

UK media reported on April 26 that CSG 21’s record-size 26-week mission will include visits to India, Japan, South Korea and Singapore.

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Units in this group will make more than 70 engagements in more than 40 countries around the world.

The HMS Queen Elizabeth, the most powerful ship in the history of the British Navy, will carry on deck eight F-35B Lightning II aircraft, four Wildcat maritime attack helicopters, seven Merlin Mk2 anti-submarine and airborne early warning helicopters and three other commando helicopters. Merlin Mk4.

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