Friday, June 6, 2014

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE




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 Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE





  
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On the Road to the Third World War.





Armageddon also means that the Second Coming of Christ is near. 


 
 









BREAKING NEWS









Several news sources are reporting some progress in ending the Ukraine War.  Time will tell, if this is true or just hype or wishful thinking. Pray for Peace!  Stirling  






Putin and Poroshinko vow to end bloodshed in symbolic D-Day meeting ~ link ~
A spokesman from the Kremlin said the two leaders called for the “soonest end to bloodshed in southeastern Ukraine and combat by both parties, the Ukrainian armed forces and supporters of the federalisation of Ukraine,” in a statement carried by Russian news agencies.
Mr Putin and Mr Poroshenko discussed how Russia could recognize the Ukrainian elections, and a possible cease-fire, said an official at French President Francois Hollande's office.

The French official said their 15-minute discussion “included ways to de-escalate, including the manner in which Moscow could recognise Poroshenko's election, realising that Putin is sending an ambassador to Kiev tomorrow”.



When Poroshenko met Putin: The diplomacy behind D-Day ~ link
But now, in the shadow of Europe's last great war, have two leaders taken steps to try and prevent this new conflict from turning into another?

As they met in France at a commemoration ceremony for the D-Day landings 70 years on, Russia's President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian president-elect Petro Poroshenko jointly called for an end to the bloodshed still taking place in Ukraine.



Meeting between Ukrainian and Russian leaders: Putin talks ceasefire with Kiev junta ~ link
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukraine’s president-elect Petro Poroshenko have discussed a ceasefire and other possible steps to defuse the crisis between their countries in a brief but significant meeting in France, French officials say.


The two leaders talked for 15 minutes yesterday in a meeting hosted by French President Francois Hollande before a lunch of world leaders at the D-Day anniversary ceremonies.



Vladimir Putin discusses ceasefire with Ukraine president-elect Petro Poroshenko at D-Day ceremonies ~ link
Russia signalled the first signs of a detente in its conflict with Ukraine on Friday, as President Vladimir Putin met Ukraine's new leader-elect and called for an end to fighting on both sides. 
While attending commemorations of the D-Day landings in France, Mr Putin held what aides described as a brief but significant meeting with Petro Poroshenko, the victor of last month's Ukrainian presidential elections.
 


Putin and Poroshenko urge end to violence in the Ukraine ~ link ~  

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukraine's President-elect Petro Poroshenko have called for a quick end to hostilities in southeastern Ukraine.

The Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said in a statement on Friday that the two leaders demanded an immediate end to bloodshed in Ukraine’s southeastern regions.



Leaders talk ceasefire at D-Day event ~ link
Their brief interaction, which some reports said was as short as one minute while others said lasted 15 minutes, took place after world leaders gathered for a group photograph.  



D-Day tribute: Rare images of bravery and sacrifice - videos and photos ~ link 



D-Day 70th Anniversary: LIVE UPDATES ~ link 



D-Day 70th Anniversary - extensive photos ~ link  

 

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Russian capitalism is mafia capitalism. Full stop.

The Russian capitalists have advised Putin to start negos with the devilish Ukraine governm.

Nuclear bombs would destroy everything, even the cottages of the ruling elite.
Their children would be turned to dust like the kids of the proles.

Well, no nuclear war, but economic and financial war.