President Putin-President Trump’s first meeting seems to have gone smoothly. In an article on June 30, I introduced information that “some people predict that the U.S. forces will launch a full-fledged military operation in Syria around July 10.” Russia and Iran previously published several times an article saying that there was such a plot, in order to have the U.S. give up invasion in Syria which would be triggered by false flag chemical weapon terrorism.
Qatar which presumably sided with Iran and Russia was a troublesome existence in carrying out such false flag terrorism. Given the great influence of Al Jazeera, false flag terrorism will be known to the world if it releases the truth. Saudi Arabia demanded before anything else that Qatar should shut down Al Jazeera if the country did not want breakup of diplomatic relations with Saudi Arabia. I suppose that this was the reason.
However, Qatar never gave in to Saudi Arabia’s demand. Rather, the country strengthened the bond with Iran and Turkey. This was a miscalculation of those who planned a false flag operation, including Saudi Arabia. In my opinion, the biggest cause of failed plan was prosecution against Vatican finance chief, Cardinal George Pell, an article on which I introduced yesterday.
I suppose that this incident made Vatican abandon a false flag terror plot and then the Rothschild’s, the neoconservatives, Saudi Arabia and Israel abandoned the plot one after another.
If they had intended to carry out the plot, President Putin and President Trump could not have had such an amiable meeting.
July 8, 2017
Shanti-phula has indicated some parts of the following text in black boldface type or in red letters.
English translation of the Japanese version of Sputnik – July 7, 2017 –
President Putin and President Trump had a meeting on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Hamburg [Photo and Video]
This was the first meeting between President Putin and President Trump. They held only a telephone conversation before this meeting.
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov, U.S. Secretary of State Tillerson and interpreters also participated in the meeting.
The Russo-U.S. summit meeting is being moved forward in an expanded form.
In the morning on 7, Foreign Minister Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State Tillerson had already had a talk over one hour in the Summit meeting place.
Important subjects of the agenda include Syria, Ukraine and the situation in the Korean Peninsula.
At the beginning of the meeting, President Putin said, “I’m very glad to see you.” President Trump expressed that he was honored to have a talk with President Putin. President Trump also said: “We look forward to a lot of very positive things happening for Russia and the United States.”
In spite of great interest in the Russo-U.S. summit meeting, President Putin and President Trump refrained from answering questions from reporters during the meeting.
Both presidents and cabinet members in charge of diplomacy gave a smile to reporters. After reporters left, closed door talks were held.
The meeting lasted more than one hour. According to earlier report, almost two hours had lapsed.
Before this meeting, Press Secretary to the President Peskov clarified that the Russian government expects to establish a practical talk in the Russo-U.S. summit meeting in the field of the G20 Summit meeting in Hamburg, which will lead to resolution of “very dangerous” problems and conflicts.
U.S. Secretary of State Tillerson spoke in the Senate hearing: “We have a big problem with Russia. Bilateral relationship is record-low level and is growing steady worse. Our aim is to stabilize the dialogue.” “We have promoted to set the stage for restoration of practical working relations with Russia in the field we are interested in,” he said.
English translation of the Japanese version of Sputnik – July 8, 2017 –
President Putin-President Trump’s first meeting ends Two hour twenty minutes’ long hour meeting in the G 20 Summit Meeting
President Putin expressed that he talked in the first meeting with President Trump about the situations in Syria and Ukraine, fighting with terrorism and cybersecutity.
In the press conference, Foreign Minister Lavrov evaluated the Putin-Trump meeting as constructive.
Secretary of State Tillerson revealed that since the two presidents never stopped talking, U.S. First Lady persuaded the two to stop having a talk.
Secretary of State Tillerson said there is no agreement in the next Trump-Putin meeting at this point, Reuter reported.
Foreign Minister Lavrov said that it is likely that the implementation of the Minsk Agreements will accelerated. He emphasized that in the meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Tillerson, the U.S. did not show to leave the agreement.
Foreign Minister Lavrov reported that in the meeting with President Trump, President Putin pointed out that there is a kind of circle that gives publicity to Russian cyber intervention in the U.S.
Secretary of State Tillerson vowed that the U.S. and Russia will set up a joint group to work on cybersecurity and non-intervention to each other.
Foreign Minister Lavrov said that he will continue to cooperate with Secretary of State Tillerson in many problems including the Korean issue.
Secretary of State Tillerson supported to put “peaceful pressure” on North Korea and pointed out that we don’t have very many “good options” left if the peaceful pressure campaign failed, Reuter reported.
Also Secretary Tillerson said that North Korea should sit at a negotiating table with an understanding that nuclear issue is sure to be turned down, Reuter reported.
Secretary of State Tillerson revealed that U.S., Russia and Jorden still continue to talk about the military capability to assure the security within the framework of agreement on Syria issue,.
Foreign Minister Lavrov pointed out that Russian military police will assuce the security around the de-escalation zone in cooperation with the U.S.
Excerpt from a Japanese article: Casiopeianand introduction of SOTT – July 8, 2017 –
US & Russia agree ceasefire in southwest Syria ‒ Lavrov
Lavrov was speaking following the landmark meeting between the Russian and US presidents on the fringes of the G20 summit.
“In this zone [in southern Daraa, Quneitra and As-Suwayda provinces] the ceasefire regime will take effect on July 9 starting 12:00 Damascus time,” Lavrov said. “The US took an obligation that all the militant groups, located there, will comply with the ceasefire.”
“At first, the security around this de-escalation zone will be maintained with the help of Russian military police in coordination with the Jordanians and Americans,” Lavrov said.
The deal is separate from the draft agreement on de-escalation zones, which were to be created under a deal brokered earlier this year during Russia, Turkey and Iran-sponsored talks in Astana between the Syrian government and representatives of the armed opposition.
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