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Russia, US, Israel meeting aims to break deadlock in Syria and Iran ahead of G20 (Video)

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss talks taking place in Jerusalem between the security chiefs of Russia, US, Israel on the remaining conflict in Syria.

With the G20 right around the corner, these security talks aim to pave the way for critical geopolitical diplomacy in Japan, and a possible meeting between Trump and Putin.

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Via TASS

Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev, US National Security Adviser John Bolton and Israeli National Security Council chief Meir Ben-Shabbat have started trilateral talks on Syria.

Before the talks, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed them with a welcome speech. Patrushev, Bolton and Ben-Shabbat also briefly compared notes prior to the opening ceremony.

Patrushev arrived in Jerusalem on Monday and already had separate bilateral talks with Benjamin Netanyahu, Meir Ben-Shabbat and John Bolton.

The interests of regional states

Israel’s security should be ensured taking into account the interests of regional states, Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev said on Tuesday opening a trilateral meeting on Syria in Jerusalem with the US and Israeli national security advisers, John Bolton and Meir Ben-Shabbat.

“We understand Israel’s concerns and we want the existing threats to be eliminated so that Israel’s security be ensured, and this is very important for us,” Patrushev said. “At the same time, we should remember that other regional states also have their national interests,” he noted. “If we do not see, know and take them into account, I doubt that we will be able to achieve a particular result.”

Russia is carrying out events on combating terrorism jointly with Iran, Patrushev said. “We have a mutual possibility to influence each other and we have an opportunity to listen to each other,” he stated.

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Israel’s fear is the crimping of its lust for regional domination (based not on security for Israel, but delusions of god-given superiority,).
Eg. guaranteeing Israel borders (which don’t exist) won’t affect Israel’s delusions of superiority and the right to dominate.

Herbert Dorsey
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Herbert Dorsey

The creation of the State of Israel, like the U.N. was an Illuminati project from the beginning. As documented in “The Secret History of the New World Order” , the Illuminati was created by the powerful Jesuit order, after being outlawed by order of the Pope in 1773. One powerful Illuminati group in England was the British Roundtable created by the illuminist, Cecil Rhodes. It was at this British Roundtable, that negotiations between it’s members, Nathaniel Rothschild and Lord Balfore and others led to the famous Balfore Declareation. England would support a homeland for the Jewish people in Palistine and… Read more »

Steve Brown
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Steve Brown

Great analysis as always form the two Alex’s! Seems clear that Israel and the US wish to entrap Russia in a war of attrition in Syria — something the Russians of course wish to avoid. Certainly the Russian leadership would love to bottle from Syria altogether, and call it a done deal… with some semblance of a national Syrian government remaining, led by Assad. If Russia were to pull troops out of Syria however the US will still protect terrorists to the east and west of Manbij, and in al Tanf, with the SDF to hold the northeast. Something of… Read more »

jrkrideau
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jrkrideau

I am left expecting Alex to be walking down a runway modeling that shirt in the next video.

Todd Mall
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Todd Mall

I’m open minded and find your videos interesting. I’m curious how the authors feel about Iran, and whether it should be left to develop a nuclear weapon under it’s existing regime that has promoted hostilities everywhere and openly claims they’ll wipe whole nations from civilization?

bsamsin
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bsamsin

** Iran nukes: 0 (https://www.rferl.org/a/iaea-saw-no-credible-evidence-iran-was-working-on-nuclear-weapon-after-2009/29201840.html); Iran nukes: 0 _ Israel nukes: up to 400 … promoting hostilities everywhere? Iran – no; Israel, yes, and especially since 9/11 (a joint Mossad/CIA project) achieved their goal of bringing the US military on board to fight all their designated target countries ** Wipe out nations? Israel has made the threat many times [“Samson Option”] – * 1977: Menachem Begin commits to nuclear targeting of cities in the Soviet Union * You Americans screwed us” in not supporting Israel in its 1956 war with Egypt. We can still remember the smell of Auschwitz and… Read more »

bsamsin
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Well, I can see that while The Duran does present some decent commentary and analysis, free speech is not really present here, with zero indicators on what parameters are considered as “offensive”. A simple presentation of historical facts and sources apparently does not suffice if the information runs contrary to whatever the invisible barriers dictated by the hidden controllers of opinion. Censorship is censorship.

bsamsin
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bsamsin

Un censoring after a period of 2 months (less a week) since my original comment was (almost) posted, is a step forward, at least.

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