زعماء دول مجموعة العشرين يتفقون على تحفيز النمو الاقتصادي ومكافحة تمويل الإرهاب وكاميرون: القمةلم تستطع اتخاذ قرار حول سورية

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2019.06.16 13:47

                                                                                                                                       كاميرون: قمة بطرسبورغ لم تستطع اتخاذ قرار حول سورية

قال رئيس الوزراء البريطاني ديفيد كاميرون إن قمة العشرين في بطرسبورغ لم تستطع اتخاذ قرار حول سورية. وأكد كاميرون في مؤتمر صحفي الجمعة 6 سبتمبر/ أيلول، أن بريطانيا لن تشارك في أي عملية عسكرية ضد سورية، مضيفا في نفس الوقت انه "لا يمكننا أن نقف مكتوفي الأيدي بينما الشعب السوري يعاني"

أردوغان: جميع المشاركين في قمة العشرين أكدوا على ضرورة وقف سفك الدماء في سورية

قال رئيس الوزراء التركي رجب طيب أردوغان إن جميع المشاركين في قمة العشرين أكدوا على ضرورة وقف سفك الدماء في سورية. وأضاف أردوغان في مؤتمر صحفي على هامش القمة المنعقدة في بطرسبورغ، أن هناك تأكيدا على انتظار تقرير الأمم المتحدة حول السلاح الكيميائي في سورية وأن تكون الضربة العسكرية مبنية على نتائجه. وأكد دعم تركيا للعملية العسكرية ضد النظام السوري، مشددا على ان النظام البديل في سورية مهما كان لن يكون أسوأ من النظام الحالي. وقال: "لا يجوز غض الطرف عن 100 ألف سوري قتلوا خلال النزاع". وتابع أن "اطلاق السلاح الكيمائي كان من جبل قاسيون ومعروف من يسيطر عليه، متابعا ان "ما يحدث في سورية يجبرنا على عدم التزام الصمت"
 

 

 اتفق زعماء مجموعة العشرين على تحفيز النمو الاقتصادي ومواصلة مكافحة تمويل الإرهاب والحيلولة دون غسيل الأموال. جاء ذلك في البيان الختامي لقمة العشرين يوم 6 سبتمبر/أيلول في بطرسبورغ. وأقر زعماء دول المجموعة أن البطالة وخاصة في أوساط الشباب لا تزال تعتبر من التحديات الرئيسية التي تواجه لاقتصاد العالمي ومن الأولويات الأساسية في عمل مجموعة العشرين. وجاء في البيان أن خلق فرص عمل جديدة في قطاع الإنتاج لا يزال في صدارة اهتمام بلدان المجموعة التي تسعى إلى بلوغ النمو المستدام والمتوازن وتقليص مستوى الفقر. ويشير البيان إلى أن الآليات المالية يمكن أن تلعب دورا هاما في شبكة الأمن المالي العالمي. وأكد البيان تصميم زعماء دول المجموعة على مكافحة غسيل الأموال وتمويل الإرهاب. كما أكد البيان أن مجموعة العشرين تصر على إجراء حوار طوعي ومرن بين صندوق النقد الدولي والمؤسسات المالية الإقليمية. وجاء في البيان أن كل الجهات المعنية يجب أن تنضم إلى المشروع الذي أعدته مجموعة العشرين في موضوع مكافحة التهرب من دفع الضرائب. ورحبت مجموعة "G20" بالنقاش الدائر في موضوع استحداث منظمة دولية مستقلة تعمل على توسيع مجال تقديم الخدمات المالية. وأكد البيان أن مجموعة العشرين قامت بتمديد الالتزامات الخاصة بالتخلي عن إجراءات الحماية الجمركية لغاية عام 2016. وأكد الزعماء في البيان أن المجموعة تطالب بضمان الحد الأقصى من الأمن لدى تطوير الطاقة الذرية . وجاء في البيان أن مجموعة العشرين لا تزال تؤيد القرار الصادر عن المجلس التنفيذي لصندوق النقد الجوي فيما يتعلق بإعادة النظر في حصص البلدان في الصندوق انطلاقا من وزنها في الاقتصاد العالمي. وأشار البيان إلى أن المجموعة تعتبر الشفافية في مسألة الحصول على الطاقة شرطا أساسيا لتطور الاقتصاد العالمي

بوتين: سنواصل تقديم المساعدات إلى سورية ومعظم دول العشرين ضد العمل العسكري

قال الرئيس الروسي فلاديمير بوتين إن بلاده ستواصل تقديم مساعدات بما فيها أسلحة لسورية. وأضاف أن زعماء مجموعة العشرين لم يتمكنوا من تحقيق تقارب في مواقفهم بشأن الأزمة السورية خلال القمة. وشدد بوتين في مؤتمر صحفي في ختام قمة العشرين في بطرسبورغ الجمعة 6 سبتمبر/أيلول، على أن استخدام القوة ضد دولة ذات سيادة محظور بالقانون الدولي إلا للدفاع عن النفس أو بقرار من مجلس الأمن. وشدد على أن معظم المشاركين في قمة العشرين أكدوا رفضهم لأية عملية عسكرية ضد دمشق. واعتبر بوتين أن العمل على زعزعة الاستقرار في الشرق الأوسط، سيأتي بنتائج عكسية. وشدد على أن جميع الأحداث في الشرق الأوسط تنعكس على الاقتصاد العالمي

بوتين: الاقتصاد العالمي بحاجة إلى نمو مستقر

عقد زعماء مجموعة العشرين يوم 6 سبتمبر/أيلول في قصر قسطنطين بضواحي بطرسبورغ ثاني اجتماع عمل لقمة العشرين تحت عنوان " الاستثمارات في النمو الاقتصادي وخلق فرص جديدة للعمل". وأعلن الرئيس الروسي فلاديمير بوتين في كلمة ألقاها في الاجتماع أن الاقتصاد العالمي بحاجة إلى نمو مستقر وليس إلى تأمينه من تكرار الأزمات فقط. وقال:" يجب ألا نؤمن أنفسنا من تكرار الأزمات الحادة فحسب، بل ونضمن استقرار الاقتصاد العالمي وثبات تطوره". وأضاف قائلا إن بلدان مجموعة العشرين والعالم بأسره بحاجة إلى مصادر جديدة للنمو. وأكد بوتين أن بعض بلدان مجموعة العشرين لا تزال تواجه مشاكل جدية، وتعاني بصورة خاصة من البطالة التي يزيد مستواها عما هو عليه قبل اندلاع الأزمة. بوتين يؤيد الإصلاحات في مجال تطوير أسواق الاقتراض بالعملة المحلية وأعلن بوتين في كلمته أن مجموعة العشرين تؤيد الإصلاحات الهيكلية الرامية إلى تهيئة ظروف لتطور أسواق الاقتراض في العملة المحلية. وأشار بوتين إلى أنه تم إعداد خطة عمل مجموعة العشرين في مجال تطوير اسواق الاقتراض في العملة المحلية ، علما أن القروض بتلك العملة تعتبر مصدرا جديا لتمويل الاستثمارات طويلة الأجل، وبالدرجة الأولى في مجال البنية التحتية. بوتين: مكافحة البطالة تتطلب زيادة حجم الاستثمارات طويلة الأجل في الاقتصاد وقال بوتين إن مكافحة البطالة تقضي باتخاذ مواقف متكاملة، وبصورة خاصة من الضروري زيادة حجم الاستثمارات طويلة الأجل في الاقتصاد. وقال إن مهمة تطوير العمالة لا يجب أن تلقى على عاتق السلطات المسؤولة عن السياسة الاجتماعية فحسب، بل ويجب الأخذ بالحسبان العوامل الاجتماعية والمالية. ولا يجوز حل مهمة خلق فرص عمل جديدة دون تطوير الاقتصاد. وأشار بوتين إلى أن مستوى البطالة في بعض دول مجموعة العشرين يزيد عما هو عليه قبل اندلاع الأزمة. ويعود سبب ذلك إلى تشتت منظومة المصارف في الاتحاد الأوروبي وانكماش المجال الذي تفرض فيه الضرائب وانخفاض القدرة على الإقراض في بعض مصارف التنمية وتشديد إجراءات التنظيم المالي.

المصدر: "روسيا اليوم" + وكالات روسية

بوتين وأوباما عقدا لقاء ثنائيا على هامش قمة العشرين وناقشا الملف السوري

ذكر مساعد الرئيس الروسي يوري أوشاكوف أن الرئيسين الروسي فلاديمير بوتين والأمريكي باراك أوباما عقدا يوم الجمعة 6 سبتمبر/أيلول لقاء منفردا على هامش قمة مجموعة العشرين، وأضاف أن الملف السوري تصدر المناقشات بينهما. واكد أوشاكوف في اعقاب اللقاء أن "الخلافات لا تزال قائمة". وقال إن الرئيسين اتفقا على مواصلة الاتصالات بشأن المسائل المتعلقة بسورية عبر وزارتي الخارجية". وأضاف أن اللقاء استمر 20 دقيقة، وأن الرئيسين لم يتناولا موضوع زيارة أوباما لموسكو التي تم الغاؤها في وقت سابق.
 

Small island? Britain has given the world The Beatles, Elgar and, er.... One Direction: Outraged Cameron hits back at Putin taunt with TWO bizarre outbursts defending his sceptered isle Prime Minister says no other country has a prouder history or bigger heart UK leads the world in art, sport, music, philosophy and diplomacy, he says Tribute likened to Hugh Grants small country speech in film Love Actually
Russia mocked the UKs size and boasted that oligarchs ought Chelsea Jibe sparked furious response from Britain at G20 summit in St Petersburg Tory MP Henry Smith writes on Twitter: Putin really is a tosser

By Matt Chorley, In London and James Chapman, In St Petersburg

 

David Cameron today turned to boyband One Direction to prove Britain can still conquer the world.

The Prime Minister hit back at reports that Russia had dismissed the UK as a small island that no one pays any attention to with not one, but two passionate displays of patriotism

Quoting Shakespeare to hail the achievements of his sceptered isle, Mr Cameron added television, the internet and he worlds language to his list of the UKs inventions and triumphs.


Passion: Mr Cameron became animated during the press conference rounding off the G20 summit in St Petersburg, quoting Shakespeare and saying his speech could be set to music

 

 

 

Down the hatch: With relations frosty, President Putin and Mr Cameron warm themselves as they arrived for the Water and Music Show

Early this morning the PM told journalists that Britain had saved Europe from fascism, abolished slavery and invented most of the things worth inventing.

But at a press conference rounding off the G20 summit in St Petersburg, he warmed to his theme to boast how British music has dominated the globe.

 

Mr Cameron said: We’re a country that invented many of the things that are most worthwhile, everything from the industrial revolution and television, the world wide web.

Our music delights and amuses millions, The Beatles, Elgar and slightly less er... congruously, One Direction have conquered the world.

 

Global domination: David Cameron claimed One Direction proved Britain could conquer the world. The Prime Minister appeared in the video for their Comic Relief single One Way Or Another

 
One Direction, The Beatles - PM outlines why Britain is Great
 

He went on: We have invented most of the sports that the one world most likes playing.

If I go on too long about our literature, our art, our philosophy, our contribution including of course the world’s language.

He then quoted from Shakespeares Richard II, saying: If I start talking about this blessed plot, this sceptered isle, this England I may have to put it to music so I might have to leave it there.

Our music delights and amuses millions, The Beatles, Elgar and slightly less er... congruously, One Direction have conquered the world.
Prime Minister David Cameron

The extraordinary diplomatic row erupted last night when Russia dismissed Britain as ‘just a small island no one pays any attention to.

It meant the summit of world leaders descended into acrimony over planned military strikes on Syria.

In an astonishing attack, Vladimir Putins administration mocked the UK’s size and influence, and boasted that Soviet oligarchs had ‘bought Chelsea’.

Speaking to reporters earlier, Mr Cameron even ridiculed the idea that the UK was just one island, declaring he did not want the people of Northern Island, Orkney or Shetland to feel left out from his tribute to the nations great history.

But to the dismay of Downing Street, Tory MP Henry Smith wrote on Twitter: Putin really is a tosser.

 

Out of the picture: As well as falling out with Russia, Mr Camerons relations with US President Barack Obama have also been strained after British MPs voted against military action

 

Excuse me! David Cameron finds German Chancellor Angela Merkel has stolen his seat

DAS IST MEIN STUHL: CAMERON FORCED TO OUST ANGELA

All politicians fear losing their seat.

But David Cameron was forced to wrestle his back from German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

As the British PM returned to his place at the huge table used for talks at the G20, he found Ms Merkel deep in conversation with Saudi Arabias Finance Minister Ibrahim Al-Assaf.

Mr Cameron had to interrupt, and ask Chancellor Merkel for his seat back.

As the controversy rumbled on, Russian officials flatly denied the remarks – attributed to President Putin’s official spokesman Dmitry Peskov – had ever been made.

But the denial did nothing to contain Mr Camerons fury. In his first outburst he declared: Britain may be a small island, but I would challenge anyone to find a country with a prouder history, a bigger heart or greater resilience.

He argued that Britain had helped to clear the European continent of fascism and had remained esolute throughout the Second World War.

Britain is an island that helped to abolish slavery, that has invented most of the things worth inventing, including every sport currently played around the world, that still today is responsible for art, literature and music that delights the entire world.

We are very proud of everything we do as a small island - a small island that has the sixth-largest economy, the fourth best-funded military, some of the most effective diplomats, the proudest history, one of the best records for art and literature and contribution to philosophy and world civilisation.

 

 

Defiant: Mr Cameron today chaired a meeting on the humanitarian situation in Syria on the sidelines of the G20 summit

 

Smile! With deep divisions over Syria dominating, the 20 world leaders put on a brave face to pose for the traditional family photo at the end of the summit

 

Disunited nations: President Putin cracks a joke, but Mr Cameron remains stony faced on the back row of the picture

NO. 10 TELLS MPS: DONT CALL WORLD LEADERS TOSSERS
 

David Cameron today slapped down a Tory MP who called the Russian President a osser.

Tory MP Henry Smith took to Twitter to declare: Putin really is a tosser.

 

 

 

The comment raised questions about whether the MP for Crawley, a former county councillor, had overstepped the mark.

The Prime Ministers official spokesman said Mr Smith should avoid similar outbursts in future.

It is important to have a good and constructive discussion and that should be reflected in the language that people use, the spokesman added.

But Mr Smith was unrepentant. He said: On Twitter in a slight fit of pique I might refer to him as a tosser. But in other forums, such as the House of Commons, I would accuse him of being an absurd character.

There is his abuse of human rights against the gay community in his own country, there is the abuse of human rights in Syria where the way he is helping and prolonging that civil war there is appalling.

He added: I may not use that colloquial language in other forums, but frankly it is still how I feel.

However, Mr Cameron said made clear he did not approve.

The PM said: Insulting people should never have a part in foreign policy.

We should try to maintain good manners and politeness even when under intolerable pressure.

 

 

The row represents an extraordinary breach of protocol, particularly as Russia is hosting the G20 meeting.

President Putin, a belligerent ally of Syrian tyrant Bashar Assad, has been revelling in British MPs rejection last week of UK participation in US-led military action.

But the Kremlin’s decision to rub Mr Cameron’s nose in it – with the Prime Minister on Russian soil – has plunged Anglo-Russian relations to a new low.

The episode at the G20 summit hosted by Russia underlined the Cold War style tensions that have been created by the row over Syria.

The seating plan at the talks has had to be changed so that Barack Obama and President Putin are kept as far apart as possible.

Last night, arriving at the summit venue in St Petersburg, President Obama strode in alone rather than walking in with President Putin.

The war of words with Britain came as Mr Cameron continued to make the case for intervention in Syria despite his defeat in Parliament last week.

Mr Cameron today ruled out any prospect of agreement over Syria at the G20 summit.

He said President Putin remains miles away from the truth of Bashar Assads use of chemical weapons on his own people.

This G20 was never going to reach conclusions on Syria, said the Prime Minister. The divisions are too great.

The Russian position that, as Putin has said, if it is proved it is Assad he will take a different view but he is fairly clear that it is the opposition, is miles away from what I think the truth is and miles away from what lots of us believe.

Mr Cameron and Mr Putin held one-on-one talks in the early hours of this morning lasting 35 minutes.

The PM added: He says to me that he would like to see further evidence of regime culpability and we will go on providing evidence of regime culpability, as will the Americans and others, but I think it will take a lot to change his mind.

The premiers of Turkey, Canada, Germany and Italy all joined Mr Obama and Mr Cameron in making the case at last nights dinner for a robust international response to Assads alleged breach of treaties banning the use of chemical weapons.

The Russian dismissal of Britain as a small island emerged last night, and was attributed to a spokesman for President Putin.

At first a Downing Street source said: ‘As host of guests from the world’s leading countries, I’m sure the Russians will want to clarify these reported remarks, particularly at a G20 where it’s a very British agenda on trade and tax.

‘It highlights how a small island with great people can achieve a big footprint in the world.’

Chancellor George Osborne also insisted Britain is setting the agenda at the summit, on the humanitarian response to what’s happening in Syria, the economic agenda and the tax agenda.

He told BBC Radio 4: Britain is today leading efforts to step up the humanitarian response to what is happening in Syria, the tragedy of 2m people leaving that country, fleeing for their lives, the imperative that we have as an international community to help people in Syria protect themselves from the use of chemical weapons.

So Britain is involved in that, Britain is very much involved in the Geneva II peace talks.

And I would say this is ultimately an economic summit as well, and on the economic agenda, a lot of what Britain’s been talking about is now absolute mainstream to the conference.

 

Outspoken: Henry Smith, Tory MP for Crawley, posted this pith summation of his views on the Russian president

 
 

 

One man is an island: Russian President Vladimir Putin, sitting in Peterhof garden during the G20 show last night, is at odds with many western countries calling for action in Syria

 

I LOVE BRITAIN, ACTUALLY: WAS CAMERON INSPIRED BY HUGH GRANT FILM?
 
Was David Camerons G20 speech inspired by a Love Actually...
 

David Camerons spirited defence of Britain in the face of a global superpower led to the Prime Minister being compared to Hollywood actor Hugh Grant.

In the 2003 film Love Actually, Grant played the British Prime Minister who loses his temper with a bullying President.

When he catches his counterpart flirting with his secretary, he uses a press conference to challenged the idea that Britain can be pushed around.

Grants Prime Minister declares: We may be a small country, but we are a great one too.

A country of Shakespeare, Churchill, the Beatles, Sean Connery, Harry Potter. David Beckham’s right foot.

David Beckham’s left foot, come to that.

A friend who bullies us is no longer a friend. And since bullies only respond to strength, from now on I am prepared to be much stronger.

The only difference between the words of screenwriter Richard Curtis and Mr Cameron is who they were aimed at.

While Mr Cameron is furious with Russia, Grant was hitting back at the President of the United States, played by Billy Bob Thornton, over amid doubts about the state of the UK-US special relationship.

A British diplomat also pointed out that the UK economy was significantly larger than Russia’s.

There was no sign at the summit that the latest evidence produced by the US and the UK to back calls for action against Syria was winning over doubters, with everyone from Iran’s supreme leader to the Pope opposing intervention.

President Putin accused the US of ‘lying’ to justify missile strikes and attacked Secretary of State John Kerry for denying that Al Qaeda was fighting with the Syrian opposition.

President Putin, a belligerent ally of Syrian tyrant Bashar Assad, is well aware of the rejection of British participation in US-led military action as voted against by MPs last week

 

All smiles: But the Kremlins decision to rub Mr Camerons nose in it, with the Prime Minister on Russian soil, will plunge Anglo-Russian relations to a new low

THIS SCEPTERED ISLE: DAVID CAMERONS PATRIOTIC TRIBUTES
 

This is the full text of David Camerons first remarks about what makes Britain great:

Britain may be a small island, but I would
challenge anyone to find a country with a prouder history, a bigger heart or greater resilience.

Britain is an island that has helped to clear the European continent of fascism - and was resolute in doing that throughout World War Two.

Britain is an island that helped to abolish slavery, that has invented most of the things worth inventing, including every sport currently played around the world, that still today is responsible for art, literature and music that delights the entire world.

We are very proud of everything we do as a small island - a small island that has the sixth-largest economy, the fourth best-funded military, some of the most effective diplomats, the proudest history, one of the best records for art and literature and contribution to philosophy and world civilisation.

For the people who live in Northern Ireland, I should say we are not just an island, we are a collection of islands. I don want anyone in Shetland or Orkney to feel left out by this.

Im thinking of setting this to music.

Then at the press conference in the afternoon he said:

Something I believe very deeply is that yes, we are a small island. In fact a small group of islands.

But I would challenge anyone to come up with a country with a prouder history, with a bigger heart, a greater resilience.

This is a country cleared a European continent of fascism, that took slavery off the high seas.
We’re a country that invented many of the things that are most worthwhile, everything from the industrial revolution and television, the world wide web.

Our music delights and amuses millions, The Beatles, Elgar and slightly less er... congruously, One Direction have conquered the world.

We have invested most of the sports that the one world most likes playing.

If I go on too long about our literature, our art, our philosophy, our contribution including of course the world’s language.

 

Mr Cameron attempted to win over opponents of military strikes on Damascus by unveiling new new evidence of the regimes use of chemical weapons.

He also launched a provocative attack on those who had blocked British involvement in the planned operation.

Arriving in St Petersburg, the Prime Minister announced that scientists at Britains Porton Down had identified deadly sarin gas on victims clothing and in soil samples from Damascus.

It also emerged that a report prepared by US spy chiefs concluded that Syria possesses a longstanding biological weapons program, on top of chemical weapons, and may have access to anthrax, camelpox and cowpox.

Taking full and personal responsibility for the Governments shock defeat over British participation in military action last week, Mr Cameron insisted he had taken a principled stand against the gassing of children.

Labour MPs - and those Tories and Liberal Democrats who joined with them to oppose military action - would have to live with the way that they voted, the Prime Minister said.

Mr Cameron said he had agreed to all the caveats Labour had asked for but even in spite of that, in my view, they chose the easy and political path not the right and the difficult path.

However, there was no sign that the latest evidence produced by the US and the UK was winning over doubters - with everyone from Irans supreme leader to the Pope opposing the idea of intervention.

Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, claimed the US was using a chemical attack in Syria’s civil war as a pretext to interfere in his country.

The head of Irans elite Quds force, Qassem Soleimani, went further, declaring that the Islamic Republic would support Syria to the end.

Pope Francis also opposed action as world leaders gathered in Russia, urging them to lay aside the futile pursuit of a military solution.

Asked in TV interviews whether he was ‘sidelined’ at the summit as a result of the Commons vote, Mr Cameron said repeatedly: ‘I don’t accept that for a moment.

Mr Cameron said he had not seen ‘any evidence’ that Russia was prepared to shift position and endorse action through the UN.

‘Let’s be clear: almost 100 years ago the world came together, Russia included, to say after the First World War, the use of chemical weapons wasn’t acceptable,’ he said.

All the testing thats been done, including the testing we are doing at our Porton Down laboratories, all adds to the picture.

But I don think anyone is seriously denying that a chemical weapons attack took place. I think the Russians accept that. Even the Iranians accept that.

The question is obviously convincing more people that the regime was responsible.

 
 

 

Talks: Mr Cameron was seated next to German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the working session of the G20, with US President Barack Obama (centre) and President Putin further round the table (right)

 

Glum: Mr Cameron look bored as he listened to Mr Putins opening remarks on Thursday

US President Barack Obama listens as Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during the start of the G20 Working Session

Unable to take part in military operations, Britain is instead offering an extra £52million in aid for the millions of Syrians who have fled President Assad’s forces, taking its total commitment to £400million.

The Prime Minister said he had not seen any evidence, however, that Russia was prepared to shift and endorse action through the United Nations.

But he added: I don resile from the arguments I made last week - when America and many others in the world draw a red line over chemical weapons use, if nothing follows from that, that would be very bad for our world.

Opening speech: Russian President Vladimir Putin (in the centre of the picture) delivers his opening speech during the first working session of the G20 Summit in Constantine Palace in Strelna near St. Petersburg

 

 

 

Also at the summit: New Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, right, is also Chairman of the G20s Financial Stability Board. He is greeted by Vladimir Putin during an official welcome of G20 heads of state and government

 

 

 

 

Mr Cameron said President Obama had been very understanding over his defeat in Parliament.

Like me he is a democrat who believes you have to listen to people, you have to listen to Parliament and you have to respect the outcome of a vote.

Britain isn going to be involved in this specific military action, but the special relationship between Britain and America is as strong today as it was a week ago, the Prime Minister said.

Mr Cameron is also urging President Putin to use his influence with the Syrian regime to strike an agreement that neither side in the civil war should fire on humanitarian convoys.

Every 15 seconds there is another Syrian refugee. While we are sitting here in the comfort of St Petersburg, thousands of people will be made homeless.

They need tents, they need shelter, they need food, they need protection from chemical weapons attacks, the Prime Minister said.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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