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Thank you for downloading from the BBC. For details of our complete range of podcasts and our terms of use, go to bbcworldservice.com/podcasts.

 

Hello, welcome to the latest global news recorded at 0300 BST on Wednesday, the 20th of August. I'm Mark Whitaker with the selection of highlights from across BBC World Service news today.

 

And coming up, Russia rejects a proposed Security Council resolution on South Ossetia, accusing the French of changing the peace plan. But a warning from America, NATO will stand firm behind Georgia.

 

You have used your military power against the small neighboring state. You have demonstrated that you can terrorize civilian populations. We have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgian state.

 

The crisis is in the Democratic Republic of Congo where millions are dying not from violence but from easily preventable diseases. And Levy Patrick Mwanawasa, Zambia's leader, has died. We'll hear a tribute from Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia's first president.

 

The frost is settling in over Georgia and South Ossetia. Tuesday saw a dramatic ramping up of the rhetoric between western nations and Russia. The Russian ambassador to the UN Security Council has rejected the draft resolution on Georgia proposed by France, saying it fails to incorporate the terms of the ceasefire deal brokered by the French President Nicolas Sarkozy last week. Speaking after a meeting at the UN, Vitaly Churkin, said French demands for an immediate withdrawal were at odds with earlier principles agreed by Russia and France.

 

There is serious political work to implement the six principles, and there is propaganda, and sometimes when one listens to colleagues, one is sort of amazed. You were listening to Ambassador Whof, I also was listening to him. And he kept repeating immediate withdrawal of Russia forces, immediate withdrawal of Russia forces. This is not the wording, this is not the language of the six principles. The language and the logic of the six principles is exactly as they have [been] described and therefore, to have it also incorporated in the French draft resolution is not, is not accurate and is wrong.

 

Earlier in the day, NATO leaders meeting in Brussels had warned that normal relations with Russia would be impossible while Russian troops were still on Georgian soil. Russia's President Medvedev has said that his troops will pull back to the positions agreed in the ceasefire in the next few days. And as the war of words continues, here is a stark reminder of the devastation that the short conflict has caused. Because according to figures released by the United Nations, nearly 160, 000 people in the region have fled their homes. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres, told the BBC the vast majority have fled into Georgia and are now in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.

 

We have adopted 60, 000 people that fled into North Ossetia, into Russian federation. And there are about 128, 000 in Georgia. Most of them can't be supported. And it is very important that the international community gives strong help to the UN agency, to the NGO, in order to assist these population that fled conflict and are living in that difficult circumstances.


In Brussels meanwhile, the show of unity for NATO's would-be member Georgia has been strong if light on concrete action. But the US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told the BBC's Kim Ghattas that NATO was being as tough as it needed to be.

 

The strongest statement that you can make to Russia right now is: you have used your military power against the small neighboring state. You have demonstrated that you can bomb civilian ports, that you can terrorize civilian populations. You have demonstrated that you can occupy a railway or a strategic highway. You have demonstrated. We have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgian state. And so what strategic objective have you achieved? That is really the strongest message that could be sent to Russia right now. Now it's also the case that we have sent a message to Russia that NATO will not permit a new line to develop in Europe between those states that are a part of the transatlantic structures and those states that still aspire. And that's why the creation of the NATO-Georgia Commission is important, why it's important that the Ukraine-NATO Commission will meet next week and so forth.

 

Would you understand Russia's concerns about its own backyard and those pro-western governments that are there and your alliance with them? I mean, surely the US will be concerned if suddenly Russia announced that it was going to revamp the Cuban military

 

Oh, we would certainly not be concerned if Russia wanted to have good relations with democratic states in Latin America. In fact, we have encouraged and have looked favorably on Russian good relations with the democracies of Latin America. What does Russia have to fear from a small democracy on their border? A state that, yes, is friendly to the West, but we've always encouraged to be friendly to Russia as well. [ 本帖最后由 brightu 于 2008-8-23 22:56 编辑 ]

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Thank you for downloading from the BBC. For details of our complete range of podcasts and our terms of use, go to bbcworldservice.com/podcasts.

 

Welcome to the latest global news recorded at 0300 BST on Wednesday, the 20th of August. I'm Mark Whitaker with the selection of highlights from across BBC World Service news today.

 

Coming up, Russia rejects the proposed Security Council resolution on South Ossetia accusing the French of changing the peace plan. But a warning from America, Nato will stand firm behind Georgia. You have used your military power against the small neighboring state. You have demonstrated that you can terrorize civilian population. We have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgian state. The crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo where millions are dying not from violence but from easily preventable diseases. And levy patriot V* Zambia’s leader has died. We’ll hear a tribute from *, Zambia first president.

The frost is settling in over Georgia and South Ossetia Tuesday saw a dramatic ramping up of the wretched between Western Nations and Russia. The Russian Ambassador of the UN Security Council has rejected the draft resolution on Georgia proposed by France saying it fails to incorporate the terms of the ceasefire deal broken by the president Nicolas Sarkozy last week. Speaking after meeting at the UN, V* says France demand for the immediate withdrawal with all its earlier principles agreed by Russia and France.

 

There is serious political work implemented as principles and there is propaganda and er sometimes when one listens to colleagues one is sort of amazed that you are listening to Ambassador Whof. I also was listening to him. He kept repeating, immediate withdrawal of Russia forces, immediate withdrawal of Russia forces. This is not the wording, this is not the language of the six principles. The language and the logic of the six principles is exactly as they have described and therefore, to have it also incorporated in the French draft resolution is not accurate and is wrong.

 

Early in the day, Nato leaders meeting in Brussels had warned that normal relations with Russia will be impossible while Russian troops were still on Georgian soil. Russian president Medvedev has said that his troops will pull back in the position agreed in the ceasefire in the next few days.

 

And as the war of words continues, it starts remind us of the devastation that the short conflict has caused. Because according to figures released by the United Nations, nearly 160,000 people in the region have fled their homes. UN high commissioner for refugees, Antonio * told the BBC the vast majority are fled into Georgia and now in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.

 

We have about 60,000 people who have fled into north Ossetia, the Russian situation. And there are about 128,000 in Georgia. Most of them can’t be supported. And it is very important that the international community give a strong help to the UN agency, to the NGO in order to assist this population that fled the conflict in difficult circumstances.

 

In Brussels meanwhile, the show of unity for NATO would-be member Georgia has been strong if light on concrete action. But the US state Condoleezza Rice told the BBC’s * that NATO was being as tough as it needed to be.

The strongest statement that you can make to Russia right now is you have used your military power against the small neighboring state. You have demonstrated that you can bomb civilian ports, that you can terrorize civilian population. You have demonstrated that you can occupy a railway or a strategic highway. You have demonstrated …We have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgian state. And so what strategic objective have you achieved? That is really the strongest message that could be sent to Russia right now. Now it’s also the case that we have sent a message to Russia that they will not permit a new line to develop in Europe between those states that are part of the transatlantic structures and those states that still aspire. Ant that’s why the creation of the NATO Georgia commission is important, why it’s important that the Ukraine NATO commission will meet next week and so forth.

 

Do understand Russia’s concern about its own backyard and those pro-western governments that are there and you are alliance with them, I mean, surely the US will be concerned with some of the Russia answer now it is going to rebound the Cuban military

 

Oh, we will certainly not be concerned if Russia wanted to have good relations with democratic states like America. In fact, we have been encouraged. I have looked favorably on Russian good relations with the democracy like the America. What does Russia have to fear from a small democracy on their border? A state that, yes, stays friendly to the West, we have always been encouraged to be friendly to Russia as well.

 

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Thank you for downloading from the BBC. For details of our complete range of podcasts and our terms of use, go to bbcworldservice.com/podcasts.

 

Oh, welcome to the latest global news recorded at 0300 BST on Wednesday, the 20th of August. I'm Mark Whitaker with the selection of highlights from across BBC World Service news today.

 

Coming up, Russia rejects a proposed Security Council resolution on South Ossetia, accusing the French of changing the peace plan. But a warning from America, NATO will stand firm behind Georgia.

You have used your military power against a small neighboring state, you have demonstrated that you can terrorize civilian populations; we have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy in the Georgian state.

 

The crisis in the democratic republic of Congo where millions are dying, not from violence, but from easily preventable disease. And Levy Mwanawasa, Zambia’s leader has died. We hear a tribute from Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia’s first president.

 

The frost is settling in over Georgia and South Ossetia. Tuesday saw a dramatically ramming up of the regelate between western nations and Russia. The Russian ambassador of the UN Security Council has rejected the draft resolution on Georgia proposed by France, saying it fails to incorporate the terms of the ceasefire deal brokered by the French President Nicolas Sarkozy last week.

 

Speaking after meeting at the UN, ** says French demand for an immediate withdrawal was _ earlier principles agreed by Russia and France.

There are serious political work implemented six principles and there is propaganda. And sometimes when one listens to colleagues, one is sort of amazed. You were listening to ambassador Wu and I also was listening to him and he kept repeating immediate withdrawal of Russian forces, immediate withdrawal of Russian forces. This is not the wording; this is not the language of the six principles. The language and the logic of the six principles is exactly as it has described and therefore to have it also incorporated in the French resolution. It’s not accurate, and it’s wrong.  

 

Earlier the day, NATO leaders meeting in Brussels have warned normal relation with Russia will be impossible while Russian forces were still on Georgian soil. Russian president Medvedev has said that his troops will pull back to the position agreed by the ceasefire in the next few days. And as the war of word continues, it’s dark reminder of the devastation that the short conflict has caused. Because according to the figures relived by the United Nations, nearly 160,000 people in the region have fled their homes. The UN high commissioner for refugees Antoniou * told the BBC that vast majority has fled into Georgia and now in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.

 

**160,000 people that have fled into South Ossetia, into Russia federation. And there are about 128,000 in Georgia, most of them can be supported and *** international community gives a strong help to the UN agency to the MTO in order to assist the population that fled conflict * are living in difficult circumstance.

 

In Brussels meanwhile, the show of unity for NATO would be member Georgia has been strong if lie in concrete action. But US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice told the BBC Kim Ghattas that NATO was being as tough as it needed to be.

 

The strongest you can make to Russia right now is that you have used your military power against a small neighboring state, you have demonstrated that you can bomb civilian ports, that you can terrorize civilian populations, that you have demonstrated that you can occupy a wheel way or a strategic highway. You have demonstrated, we have demonstrated that you will not undermine democracy in the Georgian state. And so what strategic objectives have you achieved? That is really the strongest message that could be sent to Russia right now. Now it is also the case that we have sent a message to Russia that NATO will not permit a new line to developing Europe between those states that are a part of the transatlantic structures and those states that are still spies. That is why the creations of the NATO—Georgia commission is important, why it’s important that the Ugrian—NATO commission will meet next weekend, so forth.  

 

Would you understand Russia’s concerns about its own backyard and those pro-western governments that are there and you are alliance with them. I mean, surely the US will be concerned if suddenly Russia announced that it was going to re-vow the Cuban military.

 

Well, we would certainly not be concerned if Russia wanted to have good relationship with democratic states in Latin-America. In fact, we have encouraged. I have looked favorably on Russian good relation with the democracies in Latin-America. What does Russia has to fear from a small democracy on their border?  A state, yes, it is friendly to the west. Yeah, but we also encourage it to be friendly to Russia as well.
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Thank you for downloading from the BBC. For details of our complete range of podcasts and our terms of use, go to bbcworldservice.com/podcasts

 

Hello welcome to the latest global news recorded at 0300 hours BST on Wednesday, 20th of August. I’m Mark Whittaker with the selection of highlights across BBC world news today.

Coming up

 

Russia rejects a proposal of Security Council resolution on south Ossetia, accusing the French of changing the peace plan but warning from America-NATO will stand firm behind Georgia.

“Do you have used power against the small neighboring state? You have demonstrated that you can terrorize civilian populations. We have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgian states.”

The crises in the Democratic Republic of Congo where millions are dying not from violence but from easily preventable diseases. And Levy Mwanawasa, Zambia leader has died. We’ll hear a tribute from Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia’s first president.

 

The frost setting over Georgia and south Ossetia Tuesday saw a dramatic raping up of the retry between western nations and Russia. The Russian ambassador of the UN security council has rejected the draft resolution on Georgia’s proposing by France, saying it fails to incorporate the terms of ceasefire deal broke by the French President Nicolas Sarkozy last week. Speaking after the meeting at the UN, // said French demands for an immediate withdraw were // with early principles agreed by Russia and France.

“There’s serious political word implemented principles and there’s propaganda and sometimes when one listens to colleges, one’s a sort of amazed. You were listening to ambassador Wolf, I also was listening to him and he kept repeating immediate withdraw of Russia forces, immediate withdraw of Russia forces, this is not the wording, this is not the language of this principles, the language and logic of six principles is exactly as has described. And therefore they have it also incorporated into the French draft resolution is not accurate and is wrong. ”

 

Early in the day, NATO leaders meeting in Brussels had warned that normal relation with Russia would impossible while Russia troops were still on Georgian soil. Russia’s President Medvedev has said that his troops will pull back to the place agreed in the ceasefire in the next few days. And as the war of words continue. It starts reminder of devastation the short conflict has caused, because according figures released by the United States, nearly 160,000 people in the region have fled their homes. UN high commission for refugees Antonia Geterl told the BBC the vast majority fleeding to Georgia are now in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.

“We have a lot of thousand people that have fled into Russia Confederation and there are about 128,000 in Georgia. Most of them can’t be supported // international community give // helps to the UN agencies, to the MTO, in order to assist the population that fled conflict in difficult circumstances.”

 

In Brussels meanwhile, the show of unity for NATO’s would-be-member Georgia has strong if light on concrete action, but US State Secretary Condoleezza Rice told the BBC // the NATO was being as taught as it needed to be .

“The strongest statements you can make to Russia now is you have used military power against the small neighboring state. You have demonstrated that you can bomb civilian ports and you can terrorize civilian populations, you have demonstrated that you can occupy a rail way or a strategic high. You have emonstrated; we have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgia state. And so what strategic objective have you achieved that is really the strongest message that could be set to Russia right now. And it is also the case that we have sent a message to Russia that NATO will not permit a new a line to develop your state between those states that are part of the transplanted structures and those states that are still spire. That’s why the creation of NATO-Georgia commission is important that the Ukraine NATO-commission will meet next weekends and so forth.”

 “But do you know that Russia concerns about its own backyard and those pro-western governments that there are your lines with, I mean surely the UN would be concerning that Russia said it’s going to revamp the Cuban military. ”

“Oh, we would certainly not be concerned if Russia wanted to have good relations with democratic states in America. In fact, we have encouraged. I have look favorably on Russian good relations with democracy states in America. What does Russia have to fear from small democracy on their border? A state, yes that is friendly to the west. We’ve always encouraged friendly to Russia as well.”

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Thank you for downloading from the BBC. For details of our complete range of podcasts and our terms of use, go to bbcworldservice.com/podcasts.

 

hello, welcome to the latest global news recorded at 0300 BST on Wednesday, the 20th of August. I'm Mark Whitaker with the selection of highlights from across BBC World Service news today.

 

Coming up, Russia rejects the proposed Security Council resolution on South Ossetia accusing the French of changing the peace plan. But a warning from America, NATO will stand firm behind Georgia. You have used your military power against the small neighboring state. You have demonstrated that you can terrorize civilian populations. We have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgian state. The crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo where millions are dying not from violence but from easily preventable diseases. And  Levy Patric Mwanawasa, Zambia’s leader has died. We’ll hear a tribute from  Kenneth Kaunda , Zambia's first president.

The frost is settling in over Georgia and South Ossetia Tuesday saw a dramatic ramping up of the wretched between Western Nations and Russia. The Russian Ambassador of the UN Security Council has rejected the draft resolution on Georgia proposed by France saying it fails to incorporate the terms of the ceasefire deal broken by the French president Nicolas Sarkozy last week. Speaking after meeting at the UN, V* said France demands for the immediate withdrawal with all its earlier principles agreed by Russia and France.

 

There is serious political work implemented as principles and there is propaganda and er sometimes when one listens to colleagues one is sort of amazed that you are listening to Ambassador Whof. I also was listening to him. He kept repeating, immediate withdrawal of Russia forces, immediate withdrawal of Russia forces. This is not the wording, this is not the language of the six principles. The language and the logic of the six principles is exactly as they have described and therefore, to have it also incorporated in the French draft resolution is not accurate and is wrong.

 

Early in the day, NATO leaders meeting in Brussels had warned that normal relations with Russia will be impossible while Russian troops were still on Georgian soil. Russian president Medvedev has said that his troops will pull back in the positions agreed in the ceasefire in the next few days.

 

And as the war of words continues, it starts remind us of the devastation that the short conflict has caused. Because according to figures released by the United Nations, nearly 160,000 people in the region have fled their homes. UN high commissioner for refugees, António Guterres, told the BBC the vast majority are fled into Georgia and now in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.

 

We have adopted 60,000 people who have fled into north Ossetia, the Russian situation. And there are about 128,000 in Georgia. Most of them can’t be supported. And it is very important that the international community gives a strong help to the UN agency, to the NGO in order to assist these population that fled the conflict in that difficult circumstances.

 

In Brussels meanwhile, the show of unity for NATO would/ be member Georgia has been strong if light on concrete action. But the US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told the BBC’s * that NATO was being as tough as it needed to be.

The strongest statement that you can make to Russia right now is you have used your military power against the small neighboring state. You have demonstrated that you can bomb civilian ports, that you can terrorize civilian populations. You have demonstrated that you can occupy a railway or a strategic highway. You have demonstrated …We have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgian state. And so what strategic objective have you achieved? That is really the strongest message that  could be sent to Russia right now. Now it’s also the case that we have sent a message to Russia that the NATO will not permit a new line to develop in Europe between those states that are part of the transatlantic structures and those states that still aspire. Ant that’s why the creation of the NATO Georgia commission is important, why it’s important that the Ukraine NATO commission will meet next week and so forth.

 

Do you understand Russia’s concerns about its own backyard and those pro-western governments that are there and you are alliance with them, I mean, surely the US will be concerned with some of the Russia announced that was going to rebound the Cuban military

 

Oh, we will certainly not be concerned if Russia wanted to have good relations with democratic states like America. In fact, we have been encouraged. I have looked favorably on Russian good relations with the democracies like the America. What does Russia have to fear from a small democracy on their border? A state that, yes, stays friendly to the West, we've always / encouraged to be friendly to Russia as well.

 

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Thank you for downloading from the BBC. For details of our complete range of podcasts and our terms of use, go to bbcworldservice. com podcasts.

 

hello, welcome to the latest global news recorded at 0300 BST on Wednesday, the 20th of August. I'm Mark Whitaker with the selection of highlights from across BBC World Service news today.

 

And coming up, Russia rejects a proposed Security Council resolution on South Ossetia accusing the French of changing the peace plan. But a warning from America, NATO will stand firm behind Georgia. You have used your military power against the small neighboring state. You have demonstrated that you can terrorize civilian populations. We have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgian state. The crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo where millions are dying not from violence but from easily preventable diseases. And Levy Patrick Mwanawasa Zambia's leader has died. We ll hear a tribute from Kenneth Kaunda , Zambia's first president.

 

The frost is settling in over Georgia and South Ossetia Tuesday saw a dramatic ramping up of the wretched between Western Nations and Russia. The Russian ambassador of the UN Security Council has rejected the draft resolution on Georgia proposed by France saying it fails to incorporate the terms of the ceasefire deal brokered by the French President Nicolas Sarkozy last week. Speaking after a meeting at the UN, Vitaly Churkin said French demands for an immediate withdrawal with all its earlier principles agreed by Russia and France.

 

There is serious political work implemented as principles and there is a propaganda and er sometimes when one listens to colleagues one is sort of amazed that you are listening to Ambassador Whof. I also was listening to him. He kept repeating, immediate withdrawal of Russia forces, immediate withdrawal of Russia forces. This is not the wording, this is not the language of the six principles. The language and the logic of the six principles is exactly as they have described and therefore, to have it also incorporated in the French draft resolution is not accurate and is wrong.

 

Earlier in the day, NATO leaders meeting in Brussels had warned that normal relations with Russia will be impossible while Russian troops were still on Georgian soil. Russian President Medvedev has said that his troops will pull back to the positions agreed in the ceasefire in the next few days.

 

And as the war of words continues, it starts remind us of the devastation that the short conflict has caused. Because according to figures released by the United Nations, nearly 160, 000 people in the region have fled their homes. UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres told the BBC the vast majority are fled into Georgia and now in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.

 

We have adopted 60, 000 people who have fled into north Ossetia, into Russian federation. And there are about 128, 000 in Georgia. Most of them can't be supported. And it is very important that the international community gives a strong help to the UN agency, to the NGO in order to assist these population that fled / conflict and are living in that difficult circumstance.


In Brussels meanwhile, the show of unity for NATO's would-be member Georgia has been strong if light on concrete action. But the US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told the BBC s * that NATO was being as tough as it needed to be.

 

The strongest statement that you can make to Russia right now is you have used your military power against the small neighboring state. You have demonstrated that you can bomb civilian ports, that you can terrorize civilian populations. You have demonstrated that you can occupy a railway or a strategic highway. You have demonstrated We have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgian state. And so what strategic objective have you achieved? That is really the strongest message that could be sent to Russia right now. Now it s also the case that we have sent a message to Russia that the NATO will not permit a new line to develop in Europe between those states that are part of the transatlantic structures and those states that still aspire. And that s why the creation of the NATO Georgia commission is important, why it s important that the Ukraine NATO commission will meet next week and so forth.

 

Would you understand Russia s concerns about its own backyard and those pro-western governments that are there and you are alliance with them, I mean, surely the US will be concerned with some of the Russia announced that it was going to rebound the Cuban military

 

Oh, we will certainly not be concerned if Russia wanted to have good relations with democratic states in Latin America. In fact, we have been encouraged. I have looked favorably on Russian good relations with the democracies in Latin America. What does Russia have to fear from a small democracy on their border? A state that, yes, stays friendly to the West, we've always encouraged to be friendly to Russia as well.

 

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Thank you for downloading from the BBC.For details of our complete range of podcasts and our terms of use, go to the BBCworldservice.com/podcasts.

Hello,welcome to the latest global news recorded at 0300 hours BST on Wednesday,the 20th of August.I’m Mark Whitaker with selection of highlights from across BBC world serive news today.

 

Coming up:Russia rejects to propose a security council resolution on South Ossetia,accusing the French of changing the peace plan.But warning from America,NATO will stand firm behind Georgia.

 

You have used military power against the small neighboring state.You have demonstrated that you can terrorize civilian populations.We have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgia state.

 

The crisis is in the Democratic Repubic of Congo,when millions are dying not from violence but from easily preventable diseases.

 

And Levy Mwanawasa,Zambia’s leader has died.Then here is a tribute from Kenneth Kaunda,Zambia’s first president.

 

The flock is settling in over Georgia and South Ossetia.Tuesday saw a dramatic ramping up of the rantic between western nations and Russia.

 

The Russian ambassador of the UN Security Council has rejected the draft resolution on Georgia proposed by France,saying it fails to incorporate the terms of ceasefire deal brokered by the French president Nicolas Sarkozy last week.Speaking after a meeting at the UN, Vitaly Churkin said French demands for immediate withdrawal with odds with early principles agreed by Russia and France.

 

There’s serious political work to implement six principles.And there is a propaganda,and sometimes,when one listens to colleagues,one of sort of the majorest,you’ll be listening to ambassador Wolf,I also was listening to him.And he kept repeating immediate withdrawal of Russian forces,immediate withdrawal of Russian forces.This is not the wording,this is not the language of the six principles.The language and the logic of the six principles is exactly, as has discribed,therefore to have also incorporated in the French draft resolution is not accurate and is wrong.

 

Early in the day,NATO leaders meeting in Brussels had warned that normal relations with Russia would be impossible while Russia troops were still on Georgian soil.Russia’s president Dmitry Medvedev has said that his troops will pull back to the positions agreed in the ceasefire in the next few days.

 

And as the war of words continues,the stack remind us as devastation.But the short conflict has cost because according to the figures released by the Unites Nations,nearly a hundred of 16,000 people in the region have left their homes.The UN high commissioner for refugees Antonio Guterres told the BBC that the vast majority fled into Georgia and now in urgent need of humanitarian assistence.

 

We have about such thousand people that fled from South Ossetia to Russia Federation.And there are about 128 governments in Georgia.No such one can be supported and it’s very called on national community gives them strong help.For the UN agencies,the NGO in other 16,000 population,…that difficult…

 

In Brussels,meanwhile they are showing a unity,for NATO would be member of Georgia,has been strong if light on concrete action.But US Secretary of State Condolezza Rice told BBC’s K* that the NATO was being as tougher as it needed to be.

 

The strongest statement that you can make to Russia right now is ‘You have used military power against the small neighboring state.You have demonstrated that you can bomb civilian ports that you can terrorize civilian populations.You can demonstrated that you can occupy a railway or a strategic highway.You have demonstrated,we have demonstrated that you will be not able to undermine democracy and Georgia state.’So what strategic objective have you achieved,that is really the strongest message that could be sent to Russia right now.That also the case that we have sent a message to Russia that they will not permit a new line to developing Europe between those states that are a part of Trans-Atlantic structures and those states are still a spy.That’s why the creation of the NATO Georgia Commission is important,why it’s important that the Ukraine-NATO Commission will meet next week and so for.

 

Do you understand Russia as concerns about its own backyard and those pro-western governments that are those your allies with them.I mean,surely the US will be concern if some of Russian,now said are going to rebut Cuba military?

 

Well,we will certainly not be concerned if Russia wanted to have a good relations with Democratic states,like America.In fact,we have encouraged and have looked favorably on Russia good relations with the Democatics like America.Why does Russia have to fear from a small democracy on their border,a state that,yes,is friendly to the west,but we’ve always encouraged to be friendly to Russia as well.

 

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And coming up, Russia rejects a proposed Security Council resolution on South Ossetia, accusing the French of changing the peace plan. But a warning from America, NATO will stand firm behind Georgia. ‘You have used your military power against the small neighboring state, you have demonstrated that you can terrorize civilian populations, we have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgian state.’

 

The crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo where millions are dying not from violence but from easily preventable diseases. And Levy Patrick Mwanawasa, Zambia’s leader has died. We’ll hear attribute from Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia’s first president.

 

The frost is settling in over Georgia and South Ossetia, Tuesday saw a dramatic ramping up of the rhetoric between western nations and Russia. The Russian ambassador of the UN Security Council has rejected the draft resolution on Georgia proposed by France, saying it fails to incorporate the terms of the ceasefire deal brokered by the French president Nicolas Sarkozy last week. Speaking after meeting at the UN, * said French demands for immediate withdrawal where odds with earlier principles agreed by Russia and France.

 

There is serious political work to implement the six principles, and there is propaganda, and sometimes when one listens to colleagues, one is sort of amazed, you were listening to ambassador W*, so I was listening to him, and he kept repeating immediate withdraw of Russian forces, immediate withdraw of Russian forces. This is not the wording, this is not the language of the six principles, of the language in the logic of six principles is exactly as I have described and therefore to have it also incorporated in the French draft resolution, is not accurate, and is wrong.

 

Early in the day, NATO leader meeting in Brussels had warned that normal relations with Russia would be impossible while Russian troops as still on Georgian soil. Russia’s president Medvedev has said that his troops will pull back to the positions agreed in the ceasefire in the next few days. And as the war of words continues to start remind us of the devastation that the short conflict has caused, because according to figures released by the United Nations, nearly 160,000 people in the region have fled their homes. The UN high commission of refugees António Guterres told BBC the vast majority fled into Georgia and now in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.

 

We have about such thousand people that fled into North Ossetia, Russian *, and there are about to 128,000 in Georgia. Most of them can be supported, and it’s *the international community gives strong help to the UN agencies, to the NGO in order to assist this population that’s fled conflicts and * that difficult circumstance.

 

In Brussels, meanwhile, the show of Unity for NATO’s would be member Georgia has been strong if light on concrete action, but US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told the BBC’s Kim Ghattas that NATO was been as tough as it needed to be.

 

The strongest statement that you can make to Russia right now is, you have used your military power against a small neighboring state, you have demonstrated that you can bomb civilian ports, that you can terrorize civilian populations, you have demonstrated that you can occupy a rail way or a strategic highway, you have demonstrated, we have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgian state. And so what strategic objective have you achieved? That is really the strongest message that could be sent to Russia right now. Now it is also the case that we have sent a message to Russia that NATO will not permit a new line to develop in Europe between those states that are a part of the transatlantic structures and those states that still aspire. And that’s why the creation of the NATO-Georgia Commission is important, why it’s important that the Ukraine-NATO Commission will meet next week and so forth.

 

But do you understand Russia’s concerns about its own backyard and those pro-Western governments that are there and your alliance with them? I mean, surely, the U.S. would be concerned if suddenly Russia announced that it was going to revamp the Cuban military.

 

Well, we would certainly not be concerned if Russia wanted to have good relations with democratic states in Latin America. In fact, we have encouraged and have looked favorably on Russian good relations with the democracies of Latin America. What does Russia have to fear from a small democracy on their border? A state that, yes, is friendly to the West, but we’ve always encouraged to be friendly to Russia as well.

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Hello, welcome to the latest global news recorded at 0300 BST on Wednesday, the 20th of August. I'm Mark Whitaker with the selection of highlights from across BBC World Service news today.

 

And coming up, Russia rejects a proposed Security Council resolution on South Ossetia, accusing the French of changing the peace plan. But a warning from America, NATO will stand firm behind Georgia.


You have used your military power against the small neighboring state. You have demonstrated that you can terrorize civilian populations. We have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgian state.


The crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo where millions are dying not from violence but from easily preventable diseases. And Levy Patrick Mwanawasa, Zambia's leader, has died. We'll hear a tribute from Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia's first president.

 

The frost is settling in over Georgia and South Ossetia. Tuesday saw a dramatic ramping up of the rhetoric between Western Nations and Russia. The Russian ambassador to the UN Security Council has rejected the draft resolution on Georgia proposed by France, saying it fails to incorporate the terms of the ceasefire deal brokered by the French President Nicolas Sarkozy last week. Speaking after a meeting at the UN, Vitaly Churkin, said French demands for an immediate withdrawal were at odds with earlier principles agreed by Russia and France.

 

There is serious political work to implement the six principles, and there is / propaganda, and sometimes when one listens to colleagues, one is sort of amazed. You were listening to Ambassador Whof, I also was listening to him. And he kept repeating immediate withdrawal of Russia forces, immediate withdrawal of Russia forces. This is not the wording, this is not the language of the six principles. The language and the logic of the six principles is exactly as they have [been] described and therefore, to have it also incorporated in the French draft resolution is not, is not accurate and is wrong.

 

Earlier in the day, NATO leaders meeting in Brussels had warned that normal relations with Russia would be impossible while Russian troops were still on Georgian soil. Russia's President Medvedev has said that his troops will pull back to the positions agreed in the ceasefire in the next few days. And as the war of words continues, it stands as a reminder of the devastation that the short conflict has caused. Because according to figures released by the United Nations, nearly 160, 000 people in the region have fled their homes. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres, told the BBC the vast majority have fled into Georgia and are now in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.

 

We have adopted 60, 000 people who have fled into North Ossetia, into Russian federation. And there are about 128, 000 in Georgia. Most of them can't be supported. And it is very important that the international community gives a strong help to the UN agency, to the NGO, in order to assist these population that fled conflict and are living in that difficult circumstances.


In Brussels meanwhile, the show of unity for NATO's would-be member Georgia has been strong if light on concrete action. But the US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told the BBC's Kim Ghattas that NATO was being as tough as it needed to be.

 

The strongest statement that you can make to Russia right now is: you have used your military power against the small neighboring state. You have demonstrated that you can bomb civilian ports, that you can terrorize civilian populations. You have demonstrated that you can occupy a railway or a strategic highway. You have demonstrated. We have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgian state. And so what strategic objective have you achieved? That is really the strongest message that could be sent to Russia right now. Now it's also the case that we have sent a message to Russia that / NATO will not permit a new line to develop in Europe between those states that are a part of the transatlantic structures and those states that still aspire. And that's why the creation of the NATO-Georgia Commission is important, why it's important that the Ukraine-NATO Commission will meet next week and so forth.

 

Would you understand Russia's concerns about its own backyard and those pro-western governments that are there and your alliance with them, I mean, surely the US will be concerned if suddenly Russia announced that it was going to revamp the Cuban military

 

Oh, we would certainly not be concerned if Russia wanted to have good relations with democratic states in Latin America. In fact, we have / encouraged and have looked favorably on Russian good relations with the democracies of Latin America. What does Russia have to fear from a small democracy on their border? A state that, yes, is friendly to the West, but we've always encouraged to be friendly to Russia as well.


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▪ She gave him a sweet smile, totally at odds with the look of dislike in her eyes.

 


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Hello, Welcome to the latest global news recorded at 0300 BST on Tuesday, the 20th of August. I'm Mark Whitaker with the selection of highlights from across the BBC World Service news today.
Coming up, Russia rejects proposed Security Council RESOLUTION on south ossetia accusing the french changing the peace plan.but warning from america NATO will stand firm behind georgia.
"You have used your military power against small neibouring staste? you have demonstrated that you can tell us civilian populations? we have demonstrated that you'll not be able to underline demoncracy  in the Georgian states."


The crisis in the demoncratic repulic of Congo when millins of dying, not from violence but from easily preventable diseaces. And Liv* has die.and their tribute from CC ,ZAMBIA'S first president. The frost settling again over Georgia and South Ossetia. Tuesday saw a dramatic ramping up of regelate between western nations and Russia. The Russian ambassador the UN security council has rechecked the draft resolution on Georgia proposed by France, saying it fails to incroporate the terms of cease-fire deal broke by French president Nicolas Sakosy last week. Speaking after the meeting of UN. Italian * said French demand for the immediate withdraw will * earlier agreed by Russia and France.


"There are serious political work principles, and there is propaganda. And sometimes when I listen to colleagues ,one is sort of amazed. you were listening to ambassador Wolf I also was listening to him and he kept repeating immediate withdarw of russian forces. Immediate withdraw all of Russian forces immediate withdraw all russian forces.this is not the warning this is not the language  of these priciples. The language and the logic of the six principles is exactly as it described and therefore to have it also incorporated in the French resolution. It’s not accurate, and it’s wrong. 


Early in the day, NATO leaders meeting in Brussels had warned that normal relations with Russia will be impossible while Russian troops were still on Georgian soil. Russian president Medvedev has said that his troops will pull back in the positions agreed in the ceasefire in the next few days.


And as the war of words continues, it starts remind us of the devastation that the short conflicts has caused. Because according to figures released by the United Nations, nearly 160,000 people in the region have fled their homes. The UN high commissioner for refugees, António Guterres, told the BBC the vast majority are fled into Georgia and now in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.


* people that have fled into north Ossetia, the Russian situation. And there are about 128,000 in Georgia. Most of them can’t be supported. And it is very important that the international community gives a strong help to the UN agency, to the NGO in order to assist these population that fled the conflict in that difficult circumstances.


In Brussels, meanwhile, the show of unity for NATO would be member georgia has been strong in flight on concrete action. but US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told BBC Congetters that NATO would been as tough as it needed to be.


"The strongest statement that you can make to russia right now is you have used your milliary against small neibouring state. You demonstrated that you can bomb civilian ports, that you can terrorize civilian populations ,you have demonstrated that you can occupy a railway or a stragetic highway. You have demonstrated we have demonstrated that you'll not be able to undermine democracy, and the Georgian State. And so what strategetic object have you achieved. That is the really the strongest message that could be sent to russia right now.That is also the case that we have sent a message to Russia that NATO will not permit a new line to develop in Europe between those states that are a part of the transatlantic structures and those states that still aspire. And that’s why the creation of the NATO-Georgia Commission is important, why it’s important that the Ukraine-NATO Commission will meet next week and so forth.

 

But do you understand Russia’s concerns about its own backyard and those pro-Western governments that are there and your alliance with them? I mean, surely, the U.S. would be concerned if suddenly Russia announced that it was going to reban the Cuban military.

 

Well, we will certainly not be concerned if Russia wanted to have good relations with democratic states in Latin America. In fact, we have encouraged. And have looked favorably on Russian good relations with the democracies of Latin America. What does Russia have to fear from a small democracy on their border? A state that, yes, is friendly to the West, but we’ve always encouraged to be friendly.

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Thank you for downloading from the BBC. For details of our complete range of podcasts and our terms of use, go to bbcworldservice.com/podcasts.

 

Hello, welcome to the latest global news recorded at 0300 BST on Wednesday, the 20th of August. I'm Mark Whitaker with the selection of highlights from across BBC World Service news today.

 

And coming up, Russia rejects a proposed Security Council resolution on South Ossetia, accusing the French of changing the peace plan. But a warning from America, NATO will stand firm behind Georgia.

 

You have used your military power against the small neighboring state. You have demonstrated that you can terrorize civilian populations. We have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgian state.

 

The crisis is in the Democratic Republic of Congo where millions are dying not from violence but from easily preventable diseases. And Levy Patrick Mwanawasa, Zambia's leader, has died. We'll hear a tribute from Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia's first president.

 

The frost is settling in over Georgia and South Ossetia. Tuesday saw a dramatic ramping up of the rhetoric between western nations and Russia. The Russian ambassador of the UN Security Council has rejected the draft resolution on Georgia proposed by France, saying it fails to incorporate the terms of the ceasefire deal brokered by the French President Nicolas Sarkozy last week. Speaking after a meeting at the UN, Vitaly Churkin, said French demands for an immediate withdrawal were at odds with earlier principles agreed by Russia and France.

 

There is serious political work to implement the six principles, and there is / propaganda, and sometimes when one listens to colleagues, one is sort of amazed. You were listening to Ambassador Whof, I also was listening to him. And he kept repeating immediate withdrawal of Russia forces, immediate withdrawal of Russia forces. This is not the wording, this is not the language of the six principles. The language and the logic of the six principles is exactly as they have [been] described and therefore, to have it also incorporated in the French draft resolution is not, is not accurate and is wrong.

 

Earlier in the day, NATO leaders meeting in Brussels had warned that normal relations with Russia would be impossible while Russian troops were still on Georgian soil. Russia's President Medvedev has said that his troops will pull back to the positions agreed in the ceasefire in the next few days. And as the war of words continues, here is a stark reminder of the devastation that the short conflict has caused. Because according to figures released by the United Nations, nearly 160, 000 people in the region have fled their homes. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres, told the BBC the vast majority have fled into Georgia and are now in urgent need of humanitarian assistance.

 

We have adopted 60, 000 people that fled into North Ossetia, into Russian federation. And there are about 128, 000 in Georgia. Most of them can't be supported. And it is very important that the international community gives / strong help to the UN agency, to the NGO, in order to assist these population that fled conflict and are living in that difficult circumstances.


In Brussels meanwhile, the show of unity for NATO's would-be member Georgia has been strong if light on concrete action. But the US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told the BBC's Kim Ghattas that NATO was being as tough as it needed to be.

 

The strongest statement that you can make to Russia right now is: you have used your military power against the small neighboring state. You have demonstrated that you can bomb civilian ports, that you can terrorize civilian populations. You have demonstrated that you can occupy a railway or a strategic highway. You have demonstrated. We have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgian state. And so what strategic objective have you achieved? That is really the strongest message that could be sent to Russia right now. Now it's also the case that we have sent a message to Russia that / NATO will not permit a new line to develop in Europe between those states that are a part of the transatlantic structures and those states that still aspire. And that's why the creation of the NATO-Georgia Commission is important, why it's important that the Ukraine-NATO Commission will meet next week and so forth.

 

Would you understand Russia's concerns about its own backyard and those pro-western governments that are there and your alliance with them? I mean, surely the US will be concerned if suddenly Russia announced that it was going to revamp the Cuban military

 

Oh, we would certainly not be concerned if Russia wanted to have good relations with democratic states in Latin America. In fact, we have / encouraged and have looked favorably on Russian good relations with the democracies of Latin America. What does Russia have to fear from a small democracy on their border? A state that, yes, is friendly to the West, but we've always encouraged to be friendly to Russia as well.

 

 

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Thank you for downloading from the BBC. The details of our complete rang of podcasts and our terms of use, go to bbcworldservice.com/podcasts.

 

 

Hello, welcome to the latest global news recorded at o300 BST on Wednesday, the 20th of August. I'm Mark Whitaker

with the selection of the highlights from the across of the BBC World Service News today.

 

Coming up, Russian rejects the proposted Security Council resolution on the South Oseetia, accusing the French of changing the peace plan.But warning from America,NATO will stand firm behind Georgia.

 

You have used military power against the small neighbour state.You have demonstrated that you can terrorize civilian populations. We have demonstrated that you will not be able to undermine democracy and the Georgia state.

 

The crisis is in the Democratic Repubic of Congo, when millions are dying not from violence but from easily preventable diseases.

 

And Levy Mwanawasa, Zambia’s leader has died. Then here is a tribute from Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia’s first president.

 

The flock is settling in over Georgia and South Ossetia. Tuesday saw a dramatic ramping up of the rantic between western nations and Russia.

 

The Russian ambassador of the UN Security Council has rejected the drafted resolution on Georgia proposed by France, saying it fails to incorporate the terms of ceasefire deal brokered by the French president Nicolas Sarkozy last week. Speaking after a meeting at the UN, Vitaly Churkin said French demands for immediate withdrawal with odds with early principles agreed by Russia and France.

 

There’s serious political work to implement six principles. And there is a propaganda,and sometimes,when one listens to colleagues, one of sort of the majorest,you’ll be listening to ambassador Wolf, I also was listening to him.And he kept repeating immediate withdrawal of Russian forces,immediate withdrawal of Russian forces. This is not the wording,this is not the language of the six principles.The language and the logic of the six principles is exactly, as has discribed,therefore to have also incorporated in the French draft resolution is not accurate and is wrong.

 

Early in the day, NATO leaders meeting in Brussels had warned that normal relations with Russia would be impossible while Russia troops were still on Georgian soil. Russia’s president Dmitry Medvedev has said that his troops will pull back to the positions agreed in the ceasefire in the next few days.

 

And as the war of words continues,the stack remind us as devastation. But the short conflict has cost because according to the figures released by the Unites Nations,nearly a hundred of 16,000 people in the region have left their homes. The UN high commissioner for refugees Antonio Guterres told the BBC that the vast majority fled into Georgia and now in urgent need of humanitarian assistence.

 

We have about such thousand people that fled from South Ossetia to Russia Federation.And there are about 128 governments in Georgia. No such one can be supported and it’s very called on national community gives them strong help.For the UN agencies,the NGO in other 16,000 population,that difficult.

 

In Brussels,meanwhile they are showing a unity,for NATO would be member of Georgia, has been strong if light on concrete action.But US Secretary of State Condolezza Rice told BBC’s K* that the NATO was being as tougher as it needed to be.

 

The strongest statement that you can make to Russia right now is ‘You have used military power against the small neighboring state. You have demonstrated that you can bomb civilian ports that you can terrorize civilian populations. You can demonstrated that you can occupy a railway or a strategic highway. You have demonstrated,we have demonstrated that you will be not able to undermine democracy and Georgia state. ’So what strategic objective have you achieved,that is really the strongest message that could be sent to Russia right now. That also the case that we have sent a message to Russia that they will not permit a new line to developing Europe between those states that are a part of Trans-Atlantic structures and those states are still a spy. That’s why the creation of the NATO Georgia Commission is important,why it’s important that the Ukraine-NATO Commission will meet next week and so for.

 

Do you understand Russia as concerns about its own backyard and those pro-western governments that are those your allies with them. I mean, surely the US will be concern if some of Russian, now said are going to rebut Cuba military?

 

Well, we will certainly not be concerned if Russia wanted to have a good relations with Democratic states, like America. In fact, we have encouraged and have looked favorably on Russia good relations with the Democatics like America. Why does Russia have to fear from a small democracy on their border, a state that, yes, is friendly to the west,but we’ve always encouraged to be friendly to Russia as well.

 

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