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11月20日澳大利亚总统邀请乌克兰总菠萝访澳谈论安全(自欺欺人)

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澳大利亚总统Tony Abbot 邀请乌克兰总理烂菠萝访澳谈论安全
上周末G20之后,Abbot在此星期三晚上与烂菠萝通话。
Abbot的一个发言者说:”二元首探讨了乌克兰恶化的局势,总理也注意到G20各元首都觉得俄罗斯对于破坏乌克兰和侵犯其主权是个问题。俄罗斯这些行动也是澳大利亚政府深为关切的问题。“
乌克兰在澳代理人Mykola Dzhydzhora 告诉Guardian (新闻网)烂菠萝接受了邀请,但是还没确定日期。这会是乌克兰总理第一次正式访澳。
代理人Dzhydzhora 说:”我们的反应只会是肯定的,我们非常欢迎。他确认乌克兰东部的安全局势将是两国领导人之间会谈的中心话题。


题外话:澳总统如今支持率创新低,答应的新工作岗位啥的都没实现。所以这个举动,应该是在试着把民众的注意力转向mh17,让民众觉得他在努力,因而支持度上升。
具体支持率为:
强力支持:11%
支持:28%
不知道:10%
不赞成:24%
强力不赞成:26%


总体:
支持:39%
不赞成:50%




这就是民主,您们要的民主,自欺欺人,掩耳盗铃,转移民众视线,呵呵
The prime minister, Tony Abbott, has invited the Ukrainian president, Petro Poroshenko, to visit Australia to discuss security.

Abbott spoke to Poroshenko on Wednesday night following last weekend’s G20 leaders conference.
“The two leaders discussed the deteriorating situation in Ukraine,” a spokesman for Abbott said. “The prime minister noted that Russia’s continued efforts to destabilise Ukraine and violate its sovereignty had been an issue of concern to many G20 leaders, and that these actions remained a matter of deep concern to the Australian government.”
G20 leaders rebuked the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, over his support for armed separatists in eastern Ukraine, who have been widely blamed for the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in July.
Abbott had threatened to “shirt-front” Putin over the issue at the G20, but took a more diplomatic approach in calling for an apology and compensation for the crash victims’ families.
The Ukrainian charge d’affaires in Australia, Mykola Dzhydzhora, told Guardian Australia Poroshenko had accepted Abbott’s invitation, but no date had been set. It will be the first state visit to Australia by a Ukrainian president.
“Our reaction can be only positive. It is really welcome,” Dzhydzhora said. He acknowledged the security situation in eastern Ukraine would be central to talks between the two leaders.
A spokesman for the Russian embassy played down the visit, saying it was nothing out the ordinary, and pointing to bilateral talks between the Australian and Russian governments after the Apec summit in 2007.
“There is nothing wrong with inviting a leader from another country,” the spokesman told Guardian Australia.
The international community has roundly condemned Russia for destabilising Ukraine by providing material support for separatists. The west has imposed increasingly punitive sanctions on Moscow sinceRussia annexed Crimea in March.
On Thursday Kiev rejected attempts by Russia to facilitate direct talks between rebels and the Ukrainian government, saying the move would “legitimise terrorists”.


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1楼2014-11-20 11:13
    去和澳大利亚谈安全?真他妈傻逼到家了


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    2楼2014-11-20 11:32
      笑死! 也许讨论如何分钱


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      3楼2014-11-20 11:42
        澳大利亚美狗的走狗


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