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米大統領、ロシア大統領に電話 親ロ派支援強化に懸念
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投稿者 手紙 日時 2014 年 8 月 02 日 23:39:38: ycTIENrc3gkSo
 

件名:米大統領、ロシア大統領に電話 親ロ派支援強化に懸念
日時:20140802
媒体:日本経済新聞
引用:http://www.nikkei.com/article/DGXLASGM0200V_S4A800C1NNE000/
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【ワシントン=吉野直也】


オバマ米大統領が1日、ロシアのプーチン大統領に電話し、ウクライナ情勢を巡りロシアが親ロシア派の武装集団の支援を強化していることに「強い懸念」を伝えた。両首脳は外交的な解決をめざすため、対話を継続することでは一致した。米国や欧州連合(EU)が追加制裁を決めた後、米ロ首脳が電話で話し合うのは初めて。


オバマ氏はこの後のホワイトハウスでの記者会見でもウクライナ情勢に触れた。「プーチン氏の考え方を支配することはできないが、約300人の無実な人々の乗った航空機を撃墜した親ロシア派をこれからも支援するのかとプーチン氏に問える」と述べた。


プーチン氏との電話では「立場は異なったとしてもウクライナ問題は外交的に解決したい。ロシアがウクライナの主権を尊重するなら、ロシアの国益にもかなう」と訴えたことを明らかにした。ロシアが中距離核戦力(INF)廃棄条約に違反している問題も取り上げ、「懸念」をあらためて表明した。


一方、バイデン米副大統領は1日、ウクライナのポロシェンコ大統領に電話し、同国の国境警備を強化するために800万ドルを追加支援する方針を伝えた。ポロシェンコ氏は、この2日間は東部のマレーシア航空機の墜落現場で調査団が活動できていると説明。ロシア領からの攻撃にも警戒する方針を確認した。


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//memo


shrapnel=榴散弾


MH17 damage 'consistent with BUK shrapnel'

By Daily Updated News


Missing Civilian Bodies found in Mass Graves

By VICE News


On July 24, 14 bodies were exhumed from a burial site in Sloviansk. The victims were civilians, all of whom are believed to have been killed by pro-Russia separatists when they were occupying the area.


According to Ukrainian officials, there are roughly 300 people missing in Sloviansk, and mass and individual graves are consistently being found.


VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky investigated what may have been behind these murders, traveling to the mass grave site near Sloviansk as the bodies were being unearthed.


He also met up with journalist Chris Miller, who found signed death warrants and proof that the separatists were operating under their own form of martial law while controlling Sloviansk.


クリミアでは少数派のタタール人が拉致され、両目を突かれて殺されているという。


いったい"誰"が、このような所業を犯しているのか。


Crimea: March of the Tatars

By VICE News
 

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01. 2014年8月03日 00:16:38 : nt1DdtpZn6
要するに泣きついた訳ね
火遊びもほどほどにしておかないと
本当に地球が終わるぞ

02. 手紙 2014年8月03日 09:14:07 : ycTIENrc3gkSo : tsNCkySFQk
米ロ首脳電話会談、武装勢力支援やめるよう求める
http://news.tbs.co.jp/20140802/newseye/tbs_newseye2265051.html

:アメリカのオバマ大統領はウクライナ情勢をめぐってロシアのプーチン大統領と電話会談を行い、武装勢力支援をやめない限りロシアが傷つくことになると強く警告しました。

「人はいつも合理的に考えるとは限らないし、中長期的な利益に基づいて行動するとも限らない」(オバマ大統領)

現地1日午前、ウクライナ情勢をめぐるプーチン大統領との電話会談後、オバマ大統領はプーチン氏が東ウクライナの武装勢力に支援を続けているとして批判しました。

マレーシア航空機事故当日以来となった電話会談でオバマ大統領は、東ウクライナの武装勢力への支援をやめるよう強く求め、現在のやり方を変えない限りロシアが傷つくことになると警告しました。

これに対しプーチン大統領は、経済制裁を強める欧米のやり方が外交関係を損い問題解決を妨げていると強く反発。両国の埋めようのない溝の深さが改めて浮き彫りになりました。(02日16:21):


03. 手紙 2014年8月03日 09:36:25 : ycTIENrc3gkSo : F0fcKyHqlE
Obama, Putin discuss Ukraine, missile treaty
http://bigstory.ap.org/article/obama-talks-putin-about-ukraine-missile-treaty
:Capping a week of aggressive action against Russia, President Barack Obama pressed Russian President Vladimir Putin Friday for a diplomatic path out of Ukraine's struggle with Moscow-backed pro-Russian separatists. Putin countered by calling U.S. and European economic sanctions against Russia counterproductive.

Obama later conceded that pressure from recently imposed U.S. and European measures to squeeze the Russian economy "hasn't resolved the problem yet."

In an Obama-initiated phone call Friday, the U.S. president also raised concerns that Russia violated a key Cold War era nuclear weapons treaty, the White House said. In a letter this week from Obama to Putin and in an administration report released this week, the United States said Russia violated a 1987 treaty that bans all U.S. and Russian missiles of intermediate range, meaning those that can travel between about 300 miles and about 3,400 miles.

Putin in the call said the sanctions seriously damage bilateral cooperation and general global stability, according to a Kremlin report on the call.

It was the first conversation between the leaders since the U.S. and Europe slapped the new round of economic sanctions on Russia and since Obama's letter claiming a breach in the missile treaty.

"I indicated to him, just as we will do what we say we do in terms of sanctions, we'll also do what we say in terms of wanting to resolve this issue diplomatically if he takes a different position," Obama told reporters later.

The Kremlin said both Obama and Putin underscored the urgency for bringing an end to fighting in eastern Ukraine and spoke positively about a meeting that took place the day before in Minsk, Belarus, among members of a diplomatic "contact group" pursuing an end to hostilities. That group includes representatives from Russia, Ukraine and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.

"If he respects and honors the right of Ukrainians to determine their own destiny," Obama said in an afternoon news conference, "then it's possible to make sure that Russian interests are addressed that are legitimate and that Ukrainians are able to make their own decisions, and we can resolve this conflict and end some of the bloodshed."

In a lengthy statement devoted to the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, the Russian Foreign Ministry criticized the U.S. report that included the allegation that Russia had violated the pact that President Ronald Reagan signed with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev.

"The claims are put forward practically without evidence, based on strange deductions and suppositions," the statement said.

The Obama-Putin call came as the U.S. was poised to send an additional $27 million in military aid to Ukraine in an effort to strengthen the struggling nation's national guard and beef up its ability to protect its border. The money comes amid increased congressional pressure on the administration to increase support for Ukraine as it battles Russian-backed separatists.

U.S. officials said the aid includes $19 million for the Ukrainian National Guard and $8 million for border security, including surveillance equipment, armored vehicles, and small boats.

On Thursday, five Republican senators sent Obama a letter calling on the president to supply Ukraine with weapons and not just non-lethal assistance.

"A failure to provide appropriate lethal assistance to Ukraine would lead Putin to conclude that the West is not willing to stand against his aggression and clear violations of international law," said the letter signed by Sens. Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire, James Inhofe of Oklahoma, John McCain of Arizona, Marco Rubio of Florida and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.

At least 12,000 Russian troops are gathered close to Ukraine's eastern border. The U.S. has complained about Moscow sending heavy military equipment across the border to support the separatists, including surface-to-air missile systems that officials say were likely used to shoot down a Malaysian Airlines flight.

Also Friday, Vice President Joe Biden called Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to announce the border assistance and to discuss the "increasing prevalence" of artillery and rocket fire into Ukraine from Russia, the White House said.

According to the White House, Poroshenko did say that access to the site of last month's Malaysian airline crash that killed nearly 300 people had been secured despite continued fighting in the vicinity. The crash, which the West has blamed on separatists using Russian-made missiles, is the subject of an international investigation.:


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