Posts Tagged ‘peacekeeping’

Lavrov Warns Polish ‘Peacekeeping’ Plan Will Trigger “Direct Clash” Between NATO and Russia

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov responded to a Polish plan to send 10,000 NATO ‘peacekeeping’ troops into Ukraine by warning that this would trigger a “direct clash” between Russia and NATO. Source

Secret Plan to Send 10,000 NATO “Peacekeeping Troops” Into Ukraine

A secret plan for a “peacekeeping mission” involving 10,000 NATO troops from different countries entering Ukraine and imposing a limited no fly zone is allegedly being prepared by the Polish government. Source

Russia-led Bloc Approves ’Peacekeeping Deployment’ In Kazakhstan

Jan 06 2022 By Staff, Agencies A “peacekeeping” force will be deployed for a ‘limited’ period of time to stabilize the situation in Kazakhstan, the chairman of the Moscow-led Collective Security Treaty Organization [CSTO], Nikol Pashinyan, has announced. “In response to the appeal by [President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev] and considering the threat to the national security […]

UN approves resolution reducing Lebanon peacekeeping force, boosts scrutiny amid U.S., Israeli criticism

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The “Ottawa Initiative on Haiti”: Humanist Peacekeeping or…?

Russia’s smart move to buy gold could end up saving the ruble

     In 2016, the ruble has skirted with all time lows as crude oil has collapsed, US and European sanctions have cut off lines to cheap credit, and inflation is pushing double digits. However, the rising price of gold could give the ruble a reprieve and even save the currency. The yellow metal, whose price […]

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