Friday, March 22, 2013

WHY RUSSIA WOULD NOT SAVE CYPRUS

Putin and Erdogan, firm friends.

Russia wants to remain friends with Turkey, so, Russia would not save Turkey's 'enemy', Greek Cyprus.

Russia rebuffs Cyprus, EU awaits bailout Plan B | Reuters

In December 2012, Putin signed 11 different agreements with Turkey.

Russia and Turkey: Cool pragmatism | The Economist

"The level of economic and political relations is such that neither Turkey can forgo Russia, nor Russia Turkey," wrote Mehmet Ali Birand, a veteran commentator.

Russia is Turkey's top trading partner, and this is mainly in Russia's favour.

1. Russia sells natural-gas to Turkey. 

Turkey has agreed to let Russia build a second pipeline via the Black Sea to Europe. 

2. Russia is to build Turkey's first nuclear- power plant, near the Mediterranean port of Mersin. 


3. Russia is the biggest market for Turkish contractors.

4. Turkey is the top destination for Russian tourists. 

5. Rusia and Turkey's two-way trade is expected to triple to some $100 billion in the coming years.

6. Putin said in Istanbul that Turkey and Russia "share the same goals in Syria" but "differ on how to get there."

Putin's double?

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

What are their "goals in Syria" ?

... said...

Russia owns a lot of land and property in Cyprus, they have huge interests, hundreds of companies and subs running out of there. Lucoil, Russian Commerical Bank, etc. What will happen to all this?

;-)

Anonymous said...

Reuters is run and operated by a bunch of incompetents.

"While EU lenders, notably Germany, had wanted larger, uninsured bank depositors to bear some of the cost of recapitalizing the banks, Cyprus feared for its reputation as an offshore banking haven and planned to spread the levy to deposits under 100,000 were covered by state insurance."
What do they mean ?

By Michele Kambas and Lidia Kelly (Additional reporting by Jan Strupczewski and Luke Baker in Brussels, Karolina Tagaris and Costas Pitas in Nicosia, Georgina Prodhan in Vienna, Lidia Kelly and Darya Korsunskaya in Moscow, Paul Carrel in Frankfurt and Gernot Heller in Berlin; Writing by Matt Robinson; Editing by Philippa Fletcher and Alastair Macdonald).
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/03/22/us-cyprus-parliament-idUSBRE92G03I20130322

Anonymous said...

America and Israel and Russia and Turkey win Cypriot's get the bill and Central Banking order get the biz? Syria has Antioch and no Central banking. You think anyone care the rebels gassed Allepo? Antioch goes way way way back and now by-by. If your Arab sectarians double negative so BY-by too!

1horse said...

mean . . . ? . . . incompetents

The House of Rothschild bought Reuters news service in the 1800′s. Within the last 20 years, Reuters bought the Associated Press. Now the Elite own the two largest wire services in the world, where most newspapers get their news. The Rothschilds have control of all three U.S. Networks, plus other aspects of the recording and mass media industry . . .

http://www.eutimes.net/2009/03/reuters-and-the-associated-press-are-owned-by-the-rothschild-family/

Furthermore, the Rothschilds have control of the three European news agencies, Wolff (est. 1849) in Germany, Reuters (est. 1851) in England, and Havas (est. 1835) in France.
The Rothschilds use Wolff to manipulate the German people into a fervour for war. From around this time, the Rothschilds are rarely reported in the media, because they own the media.


__which leads to petty shit like this . . . “Thousands of female Ninjas train as Iran‘s assassins" . . . the rotten errata of whose daily turds turn into their own stepping-stones toward war
http://politicalvelcraft.org/2012/04/11/breaking-reuters-100-owned-by-rothschild-is-kicked-out-of-iran-women-martial-arts-sue-for-defamation/

WW1
WWII
++++ . . . is not the godWerk of incompetents

Live Free said...

Cypriot president 'warned his friends to move money abroad' before financial crisis hit
Italian media said 4.5 billion euros left the island in the week before the crisis

"Mr Cameron and Mr Putin 'agreed that they hoped a solution could be found to the crisis', but added that Cyprus took up only a small part of the 30-minute call, which also touched on Syria, the upcoming G8 and G20 summits in Northern Ireland and St Petersburg and BP's Arctic oil deal with Russian company

There is growing concern that Germany’s attempt to strongarm the Mediterranean island, already blamed for undermining confidence in banks across the Continent, is turning into a geopolitical blunder of historic proportions."

So we have a conspiracy and another planned blunder.

Outside the parliament in Nicosia, protesters brandished placards reading ‘No to Fourth Reich’ and ‘Better die on your feet than live on your knees’.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2297383/Cyprus-bailout-President-Nikos-Anastasiades-warned-friends-money-abroad.html

Anonymous said...

“You only have power over people so long as you don’t take everything away from them. But when you’ve robbed a man of everything, he’s no longer in your power – he’s free again.” soon the freedom will come in Cyprus because you left us with nothing!But we don't worry, we are still smiling and waiting the summer to come! Freedom is near! Cyprus is a strong country not because of its power and money but for its people! study our history and you all going to see how many times we have been destroyed and rebirth from our ashes! PEACE!

Live Free said...

Successful slave revolts are rare and usually short-lived.

Please show us a good example from Cyprus history.

"20 Billion euros were taken out of the Cypriot banks last month by our Russian friends. Certain people were warned in advance. Hence the lack of reaction from the Kremlin. The whole thing stinks."

- parrettt , leeds, 29/3/2013 11:37
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2300888/Shattered-British-ex-pat-familys-dream-building-home-crushed-savings-raided-EU-bailout-crisis.html

 
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