The Foreign Ministry commented on a new publication on the “conspiracy” of Russia with the Taliban

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Special Representative of the Russian President, Director of the Second Department of Asia Zamir Kabulov called a new publication by the American media about the “conspiracy” of Moscow with … RIA Novosti, 06/29/2020

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MOSCOW, Jun 29 – RIA News. Special Representative of the Russian President, Director of the Second Department of Asia Zamir Kabulov He called the new publication of the American media about the “conspiracy” of Moscow with the Taliban the continuation of the internal party struggle in the United States.

“We already commented on the New York Times publication. Too much hype is created around an outright fake that even Trump and his administration have denied. <...> I consider it shameful for us to spend too much time on commenting on outright lies. It is clear that there are forces in the United States that do not want to leave Afghanistan and want to justify their own failure. Everything revolves around this, “said Kabulov.

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Bolton explained Trump’s reaction to reports of a conspiracy between Russia and the Taliban

Last week, The New York Times, citing anonymous U.S. intelligence officials, published an article alleging that Russian military intelligence offered rewards to Taliban-related militants for attacks on US soldiers in Afghanistan. No evidence was provided. After that, the Russian embassy in the United States announced threats against diplomats.

The Foreign Ministry, in turn, called the publication fake. The White House also criticized the article, noting that intelligence did not report anything like this, and according to Donald Trump himself, the publication was custom-made. A rebuttal later came from the Taliban.

Nevertheless, on the night of Monday, the Washington Post came out with another note on the same topic, where, again, citing unnamed sources, it was alleged that several US troops were allegedly killed in Afghanistan due to Moscow’s “collusion” with the Taliban.

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The Kremlin called the duck a publication on the collusion of Russia with the Taliban :: Politics :: RBC

Russian Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov regrets the publication by the American media of ducks about Russia’s ties with the Taliban and called the information contained therein a lie

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The publication of American newspapers about the conspiracy of the militants of the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) with the Russian authorities, who have offered rewards for the killing of US troops, is a lie. This was announced to reporters by the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov.

“Once again, we can regret that once respected and upscale world media in recent years have not disdained to publish ducks,” Peskov said.




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A spokeswoman suggested focusing on statements by US President Donald Trump, who said that, according to US intelligence agencies, the publications were not reliable.

“Intelligence just told me that they did not consider this information reliable and therefore did not report it to me or the vice president [Майку Пенсу]”- said Trump.

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The Kremlin called the duck a publication on the collusion of Russia with the Taliban :: Politics :: RBC

Russian Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov regrets the publication by the American media of ducks about Russia’s ties with the Taliban and called the information contained therein a lie

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The publication of American newspapers about the conspiracy of the militants of the Taliban (a terrorist organization banned in Russia) with the Russian authorities, who have offered rewards for the killing of US troops, is a lie. This was announced to reporters by the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov.

“Once again, we can regret that once respected and upscale world media in recent years have not disdained to publish ducks,” Peskov said.




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A spokeswoman suggested focusing on statements by US President Donald Trump, who said that, according to US intelligence agencies, the publications were not reliable.

“Intelligence just told me that they did not consider this information reliable and therefore did not report it to me or the vice president [Майку Пенсу]”- said Trump.

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The armed forces’ interview method raises ethical questions

Peace organization PAX regularly interrogates civilians in conflict areas, especially regarding their security. “We then ask, for example, how they view the police,” says program leader Hans Rouw of Pax. It requires caution. The answers are stored digitally without the interviewee’s name, position or even the place of residence. It is no longer possible to trace the source. “Suppose that in a village many people complain about the police and that information leaks out, then the police might get the idea to get a story in that village. That is why we adjust the GPS location in such a way that only the region can be traced. ”

The Dutch armed forces have also been interviewing civilians on missions for years, in order to understand and possibly influence their behavior, wrote NRC this weekend. They do this with the marketing method BDM, with which the military want to operate more effectively, resulting in less violence and civilian casualties. However, defense acknowledges that there are still no strict guidelines and ethical and legal frameworks for the use of the method. Army boss Martin Wijnen said he wanted a political discussion about this. MPs say they ask questions, a few want a debate.

PAX calls it positive that soldiers learn more about local culture and look for nonviolent solutions, but find it necessary to discuss the preconditions. “What does the Ministry of Defense do to ensure that the local population is not harmed by the application of the method?” Says Rouw. “What, for example, are the safeguards against data breaches? In South Sudan, satellite images of burnt-down villages have fallen into the hands of militias, who used these images to burn down the saved villages. ”

Cooperation is risky

Rouw emphasizes that it is risky for civilians to cooperate with foreign military personnel, because their fellow citizens will often see them as collaborators. “We know this, for example, from local interpreters who work for intervention forces and run incredible risks. I know a Kurdish interpreter who cannot return to Mosul, but who cannot apply for asylum in the country for which he worked,” says Vincent Vrijhoef, also program leader at PAX. “The aftercare is not always well organized.”

In the summer of 2017, Dutch soldiers interviewed seventy people in a refugee camp near Mosul, the city that was then still owned by IS. “Refugees are a vulnerable group” who do not easily say no, says Vrijhoef. PAX therefore uses double permission for this type of investigation: before the interview and afterwards, so that people can withdraw their statements when in doubt. The interviews revealed, among other things, that boys aged 18 to 20 were still entering and exiting the areas occupied by IS on a moped and were prepared to provide the coalition troops with information. Vrijhoef: “Those boys have run an incredible amount of risk, perhaps more than the military think.”

The PAX researchers therefore believe that the armed forces should discuss openly more about BDM than now. The method was discussed at a PAX meeting with defense representatives at the end of 2019, Rouw recalls: “When we came to speak about its application in Burkina Faso, we asked questions such as: ‘How does it work? What is the goal?’ Nobody wanted to say anything about that. That is strange, because you always have to weigh a means and a goal against each other. That must be done in public. ”

British ex-soldier Ade Rudd, who taught Dutch military personnel in influencing operations on a number of occasions, was not involved in such debates. “There is no ethical dilemma for me,” says Rudd when asked whether you can always interview people. “People can always refuse to answer your questions, but I have every right to use all the techniques in the world to let you answer that question.” Rudd spent 24 years in the British Army, which has conducted many influencing operations in countries such as Iraq and Afghanistan in recent decades. The Dutch military personnel who are familiar with the BDM method and who spoke to NRC do, however, call ethical considerations important.

Throwing rocks

British soldiers in Iraq had a lot of trouble with children who threw stones at the patrols, Rudd says. “Did the kids do that because they hated us? No, we discovered by asking them and their parents: they were just bored ”, says Rudd. “So we went to the villages, with volleyball and soccer in the back. We played with the children for half an hour and afterwards we gave them the ball. They stopped throwing stones. ” More effective and pleasant, Rudd says, than saying to the parents, “Get your kids in order, because otherwise…”

In Canada, military personnel are also trained in the BDM method, and a similar program is also running in Belgium in which military personnel try to see the world more through the eyes of the local population. At a meeting in November 2018 at the 1 Civil and Military Interaction Command in Apeldoorn, Canadians and Belgians came to see how the Netherlands approached this. Despite a shortage of whiteboards and computers with an internet connection, the atmosphere was ‘relaxed’ and participants experienced the meeting as useful, according to an evaluation.

Yet operations like this have raised ethical questions in the past, such as in the US. It was not the soldiers themselves who tried to fathom the population, but the army took cultural anthropologists, including to Afghanistan. That was controversial from the outset. Critics believed that common standards for academics, such as consent from those surveyed, would erode in a war. The anthropologist association president said to the online medium Inside Higher Ed that it was “in no way possible to obtain information under the terms of a full consent that was not enforced”. The program was quietly discontinued in 2014.

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WP reported the death of the US military due to the “conspiracy” of Russia and the Taliban :: Politics :: RBC

During the meeting, the Trump administration’s special envoy for Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, insisted on a direct appeal to the Kremlin on interaction with the Taliban. Other members of the National Security Council in charge of Russia opposed such actions. What decision was made as a result is not reported.

According to WP, in 2018, ten U.S. military personnel were killed in Afghanistan. In 2019, the United States lost 16 people, and in 2020 – two.

Earlier, on June 27, The New York Times (NYT), citing sources, reported that US intelligence several months ago concluded that Russia was offering the Taliban-linked militants an award for killing American employees.

The White House says Trump has no evidence of collusion between Russia and the Taliban

The Russian Foreign Ministry called the NYT article “unpretentious stuffing” and “nonsense,” recalling that US intelligence “failed” a 20-year operation in Afghanistan.

After that, the official representative of the Taliban, Zabikhulla Mujahid, denied information about Russia’s involvement in the activities of the movement. The Taliban felt that in this way the US is trying to create an excuse to stop the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan.

US President Donald Trump called the NYT article custom-made, noted that intelligence did not report to him or to Vice President Mike Pence about the organization of Russian attacks on the US military in Afghanistan. The head of the White House compared the publication to a duck about Kremlin interference in the presidential election in 2016.

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US President Donald Trump is inclined to ignore any accusations against Russia, said Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi on Sunday. RIA Novosti, 06/28/2020

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This is not Russia. Who is the true organizer of the American scalp hunt

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Another attempt to intensify anti-Russian hysteria in anticipation of the American election was made in the bowels of the most influential overseas publication of The New York Times. It was through this that the media made another attack against our country with the aim to discredit Donald Trump and achieve the imposition of new sanctions against Russia. The excuse this time selected the most exotic. With links to its own sources, American intelligence claims that: “Russia secretly awarded awards to Afghan militants for the destruction of the US military. The Trump administration has been thinking for months on what to do with the shocking conclusion of intelligence.”
From the point of view of the American layman, if he believed The New York Times, the situation looks horrifying and extremely humiliating: in this picture of the world, it turns out that Russia acts as a sort of collector of scalps and corpses of American soldiers in Afghanistan, and Afghan militants become “getters of American furs “by exchanging killed Yankees for bloody rubles, and this supposedly occurs with the complete inaction of the Trump administration.

Yesterday, 16:05

“Another order.” Trump praised NYT’s article on Russia’s “aid” to the Taliban

It’s scary to imagine what emotions the citizens of a country that is accustomed to consider themselves to be a world hegemon when they read the following passages in America’s most respected newspaper:
“Officials said that intelligence Truth’s findings were shared with President Trump and the National Security Council discussed the issue at an interagency meeting in late March. Officials have developed a list of options — from filing a diplomatic complaint to Moscow to a series of mounting sanctions and other possible responses However, the White House has not yet approved any move, officials said, an operation to encourage the killing of US and other NATO troops would be a significant and provocative escalation of what the US and Afghan officials call the Taliban’s support from Russia, and it would be the first time that it has become known that the Russian espionage unit has organized attacks on Western troops. “

On this media “indictment” against our country, compiled by The New York Times according to unnamed American security officials, it is worth making a few marginal notes.

First: after the obvious media, logistic, diplomatic and information support that the United States, including American media, provided to the terrorists who killed thousands of Russian citizens in the 1990s and 2000s, the United States would have no moral right to complain, even if their military, which are the literal occupiers of foreign territory, really applied the methods of “cloak and dagger.”

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Moreover, the amount of evidence of the allegations brought against Russia has traditionally been zero.

The second note: by and large, the American establishment, especially that part of it to which New York journalists feel undisguised sympathy because of its “imperialism” and Russophobia, is one hundred percent the creator of today’s Afghanistan as an unresolved terrorist problem. The fact of the creation of Afghan – and not only Afghan – terrorist movements by American specialists, with American money and with American weapons, is perfectly established. It is worth recalling that, for example, before the famous events of 2001, Mr. Bin Laden was for years a favorite of the American media and politicians. It turns out that the United States first creates the conditions for civil wars, mass killings and the flourishing of terror in different countries, and when the unforeseen consequences of these actions begin to lead to the death of the US military and the shame of the United States on the international scene (and the United States recently actually surrendered in Afghanistan, having signed an incredibly humiliating peace with the Taliban), then immediately from the bowels of the American media and military complex cries start to sound that Russia is to blame for everything and urgent sanctions must be imposed against it.

But there is good news.

Whereas previously, public confidence in the “drains” of US law enforcement agencies, which are regularly published in publications such as the NYT or The Washington Post, was so high that the fact of publication almost immediately forced the Trump administration to “pay and repent,” as well urgently impose new sanctions against Russia in order to at least somehow justify itself in the eyes of the public, now the situation looks completely different.

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“Little will not seem.” Russian Foreign Ministry responds to fake about helping the Taliban

Apparently, the years of the “Rashagate” and absolutely fake accusations and fake files with anti-Russian compromising materials did their job: a significant segment of American society no longer believes in its own media and its own power structures, and politicians can afford not only to directly blame the most authoritative media and their sources of lies, but also act in accordance with these estimates.

President Donald Trump responded to the allegations via Twitter: “The New York Times fake news should reveal its” anonymous “source. I bet they can’t do this, this” man “probably doesn’t exist at all!”
Acting Director of US National Intelligence Richard Grenell even entered into a social network skirmish with a Democratic Party congressman on the same occasion, accusing him of using intelligence for political purposes:

“I’ve never heard of this. And it’s disgusting that you continue to politicize intelligence. You clearly don’t understand how raw intelligence is verified. Leaking partial information to reporters from anonymous sources is dangerous, because people like you manipulate it for political gain “

Official denials of at least that part of the New York Times article that related to the president’s actions have already been published, including by American intelligence. It is clear that in theory this is how everything should work, but even such a ghostly normality is a real miracle by the standards of modern America.

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By the way, if American journalists want to look at the real instigators of the killing of US security forces, then they need to look in the mirror. The rewards for corpses – after all, they are not always material, and practice shows that obtaining fame or public approval is often a much more effective incentive for terrorism than even very large sums of money. The New York Times and other American media that demonize and dehumanize American police, as well as supporters of conservative values ​​and “trampists,” in fact promise a kind of “emotional reward” to those who will apply emotional, psychological to them – and it cannot be excluded that physical violence. The blood of American police officers killed during the recent riots, incited and apologized by almost all of the American media, is clearly in the hands of liberal and progressive American journalists.

But the lives of American police do not really matter for such journalists, and they want to cry over the corpses of American soldiers only when anti-Russian sanctions or the interests of the Democratic Party can be promoted with these tears.

It is not surprising that there are less and less people wishing to believe such media structures in the word both in the USA and in the world. By and large, the main conspiracy against American influence and greatness was organized just with the participation of the editors of The New York Times. One could offer to write them a prize, but they will do all the work for free.

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Russian embassy claims threat after NYT Taliban article

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Trump cited intelligence findings about a “conspiracy” of Russia with the Taliban against the United States :: Politics :: RBC

Intelligence found that information about the reward proposed by Russia for the killing of the US military in Afghanistan is not credible, the US president said. He called the NYT article an attempt to “put Republicans in a bad light”

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US intelligence services invalidated evidence that the Russian side was offering the Taliban militants (an organization banned in Russia) a reward for the killing of US troops in Afghanistan. About this on his Twitter wrote President Donald Trump.

“Intelligence just told me that they did not consider this information reliable and therefore did not report it to me or the vice president [Майку Пенсу]”- said Trump.

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He added that the material in the New York Times, which talked about Russia’s ties with the Taliban, could be “another fabricated hoax” on the theme of Russia, whose goal is to “put the Republicans in a bad light.”

So Trump responded to the statement of Republican Senator Lindsay Graham that Congress is obliged to understand the essence of the allegations against Russia. “I expect the Trump administration to take such allegations seriously and immediately report to Congress whether these messages are credible,” Graham wrote on June 27.

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Trump: intelligence found data on the “conspiracy” of Russia with the Taliban unreliable

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Trump: intelligence found data on the “conspiracy” of Russia with the Taliban unreliable

US President Donald Trump said that intelligence reported to him that the information about the alleged collusion of Russia with the Taliban is not credible. RIA Novosti, 06/29/2020

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MOSCOW, Jun 29 – RIA News. US President Donald Trump said that intelligence reported to him that the information about the alleged collusion of Russia with the Taliban is not credible.

“Intelligence just informed me that it did not find this information credible, and therefore (they) did not report it to me and (vice president) Mike Pence. Perhaps this is another swindle related to Russia, maybe with the help of the fake news New York Times wants to put Republicans in the dark, “Trump wrote on Twitter.

The White House had previously called the newspaper’s note inaccurate, noting that intelligence had not reported to Trump about a possible conspiracy between Russia and the Taliban. Trump himself called it “another order,” and also stated that no one had reported to him, or the vice president, or the head of the White House apparatus “about the so-called Russian attacks” on American troops in Afghanistan.

On Friday, The New York Times, citing anonymous U.S. intelligence officials, published an article claiming that Russian military intelligence allegedly offered rewards to Taliban-related militants for attacks on American soldiers in Afghanistan. No evidence was provided.

After that, the Russian embassy in the United States announced threats against diplomats. The Foreign Ministry, in turn, called the publication fake.

Later, the Taliban refuted allegations that it allegedly received funds from Russian military intelligence to carry out attacks in Afghanistan.

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Pelosi accused Trump of ignoring any suspicions against Russia

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Trump said about “outplaying” Obama Russia :: Politics :: RBC

According to Biden, Trump had information about “Russian rewards to the Taliban,” but he still invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to come to the United States to attend the G7 summit. Trump not only failed to impose sanctions against Russia “for this flagrant violation of international law”, but also continued the “campaign of worship and humiliation of Vladimir Putin”, Biden said at a meeting with voters (former vice president is Trump’s main rival in the upcoming presidential election state).

The White House says Trump has no evidence of collusion between Russia and the Taliban

According to NYT, the military received information on Russian payments from captured militants in Afghanistan. The publication also wrote that Trump knew about what had happened, but did not approve of any of the retaliatory steps, among which were both complaints through diplomatic channels and sanctions.

The White House said that Trump was not reported on anything like this. The US president himself called NYT material fake and custom-made. The Taliban denied the newspaper’s links to Russia.

The Russian Foreign Ministry described the article as a stuffing. The Russian Embassy in Washington called the charges in the article unsubstantiated, and also said that after the publication of this material, anonymous threats began to come to Russian diplomats.

France did not notice changes in Russia’s policy to participate in the G7 summit

Vladimir Putin

The G8 format has existed since 1997. Russia was expelled from its composition after the annexation of Crimea in mid-March 2014. Now G7 includes the USA, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the UK and Japan.

Trump proposed inviting Putin to the G7 summit at the end of May of this year. This is not the first time he has expressed this idea – he voiced it in August last year. Then the American president also blamed Obama for the collapse of the G8.

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