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Dmitry Polyanskiy
First Deputy Permanent Representative of Russia 🇷🇺 to the UN. Hate lies and fake news. Dog lover 🐶 Retweet ❌endorsement
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Bonanza Media 24h
What some "independent" activists call disinformation and special GRU operation the court takes seriously and includes into the case file.
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Zhang Jun Nov 23
The baby panda in D.C. is named Xiao Qiji (little miracle) today. A joyful moment amid the pandemic. Giant panda is a symbol of hope, love & friendship.That's indeed much needed now. Let's never give up hope, care for each other with love & friendship and create miracles together
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Макс ван дер Верфф Nov 23
Dutch journalist Max van der Werff intends to go to court with a claim to protect honor and dignity against The Insider and its editor-in-chief Roman Dobrokhotov, who accused the correspondent of working for the GRU, Stalin's lawyer Gurevich told RAPSI.
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Lenka White Nov 23
President-elect names Linda Thomas-Greenfield as his pick for a new 🇺🇸 Amb. to the . Thomas-Greenfield is an expert on , the and has 35 yrs of experience in the Foreign Service.
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Dmitry Polyanskiy Nov 23
Replying to @Dpol_un
9/9 We keep a close eye on whether the actions of other Treaty members are consistent with what they say. Russia will act according to its security interests and those of its allies
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Dmitry Polyanskiy Nov 23
Replying to @Dpol_un
8/9 Russia will seek firm guarantees of compliance by other state parties with their obligations under the Treaty on . We are open to all the possible options
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Dmitry Polyanskiy Nov 23
Replying to @Dpol_un
7/9 Now that it has left the Treaty on , the United States expects its allies to prevent Russia from carrying out observation flights over US military sites in Europe, while also sharing with Washington their aerial footage of the Russian territory
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Dmitry Polyanskiy Nov 23
Replying to @Dpol_un
6/9 When 🇺🇲 understood that in order to reach an arrangement it would have to make reciprocal steps and address 🇷🇺 concerns, it halted consultations and started accusing our country of violating the Treaty
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Dmitry Polyanskiy Nov 23
Replying to @Dpol_un
5/9 has arrogantly ignored our proposals to resolve these issues, while insisting that its grievances be addressed immediately, even though we responded to these concerns on numerous occasions
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Dmitry Polyanskiy Nov 23
Replying to @Dpol_un
4/9 The couldn’t put up with what it viewed as encroaching on its “exceptional” status, and started to create barriers in the operation of the Treaty
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Dmitry Polyanskiy Nov 23
Replying to @Dpol_un
3/9 The US’s attitude towards the Treaty changed for the worse when started making regular flights over US territory, especially when our country was first to develop and install digital surveillance equipment on its aircraft
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Dmitry Polyanskiy Nov 23
Replying to @Dpol_un
2/9 It is worth noting that the 🇺🇸 initiated the signing of the Treaty on . However, it is obvious that in doing so the US primarily sought to obtain detailed imagery of Soviet territories that it could not access by other means.
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Dmitry Polyanskiy Nov 23
1/9 Russian Foreign Ministry statement on the withdrawal by the from the Treaty.  Neither the European security, nor the security of the US or its allies benefited from this.
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MFA Russia 🇷🇺 Nov 22
: Leading media outlet is seeking a candidate to fill “legendary” position of its special correspondent in Moscow. Keep working comfortably in 🇺🇸US, do not undergo “risks” for the sake of printing few fables. You can lie remotely. 🔗
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Dmitry Polyanskiy Nov 22
Some elements of Russian MFA Spokesperson Maria 's briefing of 19 November () A.
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Aaron Maté Nov 20
I am. For those who've followed the OPCW Syria cover-up, listen & judge for yourself. Includes an anonymous OPCW official trying to refute the dissenting inspectors. Ask yourself: is BBC characterizing & addressing the inspectors' concerns in good faith?
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Dmitry Polyanskiy Nov 21
OTD 7yrs ago our neighbor started rapid and lawless Western-sponsored descend and degradation to “anti-Russia” causing immense suffering to its citizens.All the provocations that triggered are yet to be investigated. The civil war in the East is yet to be stopped
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Dean O'Brien / Дин О'Брайeн ☦️ Nov 21
Yesterday, volunteers visited a family with 3 children in Staromykhailivka, Donetsk People’s Republic. In 2018 their home was shelled by Ukrainian armed forces and everyone was injured by glass fragments. The father suffered the most with shards of glass in his eye.
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Dmitry Polyanskiy Nov 20
Well, at least this one is truthful. While it’s not possible to find any truth on (and on other matters, btw) in , you can still find the truth about their hatred towards my country and its President in their job offer descriptions!
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Макс ван дер Верфф Nov 20
Typical Bellingcat. Lying by omission is part of the trick and treat. I noticed Stasi Timmy is not tagged in the tweet so I replaced it.
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