05.03.2014 – Der Bundespräsident attestiert Russland “gravierende Fehler”, drückt aber auch “große Skepsis” gegenüber einigen Entscheidungen der gegenwärtigen ukrainischen Führung aus
Wien – Bundespräsident Heinz Fischer attestiert Russland im Konflikt mit der Ukraine “gravierende Fehler”. Der Bundespräsident äußerte nach einem Gespräch mit seinem slowakischen Amtskollegen Ivan Gasparovic am Mittwoch allerdings “große Skepsis” gegenüber einiger Entscheidungen der gegenwärtigen ukrainischen Führung.
“Russland hat in jüngster Zeit deshalb gravierende Fehler gemacht” präzisierte Heinz Fischer, “weil es nach österreichischer Auffassung gegen internationales Recht verstoßen hat und damit das internationale Klima und das internationale gegenseitige Vertrauen belastet hat.” Allerdings fügte der Bundespräsident an, er beurteile auch Entscheidungen der gegenwärtigen ukrainischen Entscheidungsträger “mit großer Skepsis”.
Die nach den Ausschreitungen auf dem Majdan durch die Initiative der Außenminister Deutschlands, Frankreichs und Polens gebotene Chance, “eine für alle Seiten akzeptable Übergangslösung durchzuführen, wurde innerhalb weniger Stunden vom Tisch gewischt”, sagte Heinz Fischer. Auch die per Parlamentsbeschluss erfolgte “Delegitimierung der russischen Sprache” sei ein Fehler gewesen. Schließlich meinte der Bunespräsdent auch, es gebe in der Ukraine “offenbar rechtsnationalistische Kräfte, die im jetzigen politischen Prozess eine Rolle spielen und denen wir mit Sorge und Besorgnis gegenüberstehen.
→ Continue reading: Ukraine Hauptpunkt der gemeinsamen Pressekonferenz Fischer-Gasparovic
Offizieller Arbeitsbesuch des Präsidenten der Slowakischen Republik, Ivan Gasparovic, am 5. März 2014 in Österreich
Der Präsident der Slowakei, Ivan Gasparovic, in Begleitung seiner Frau, Silvia Gasparovicova, in Begleitung von Bürgermeister Michael Häupl während ihrem Besuch im Wiener Rathaus. Weitere Fotos folgen unten.
→ Continue reading: Präsident der Slowakei besucht das Wiener Rathhaus
Some pictures of the official visit of the President of the Slovak Republic, Ivan Gasparovic and his wife to Austria, on 5 March 2014.
Austrian President Dr. Heinz Fischer (1st R) and his wife Margit Fischer (1st L) welcoming their Slovakian counterpart, President Ivan Gasparovic (2ed R) and his wife Silvia Gasparovicova (2ed L) at the Maria Theresia room at the Hofburg. → Continue reading: Slovakia’s President Gasparovic Visits Vienna
إستياء فلسطيني من التخبط المصري وتصدير أزماته الداخلية إلى الشعوب المجاورة
Reuters – Associated Press – Agencies – An Egyptian court on Tuesday banned all activities of the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas in Egypt.
“The court has ordered the banning of Hamas work and activities in Egypt,” a judge – who asked to remain anonymous – said, according to Reuters news agency.
Hamas is a supporter of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, which has been declared a terrorist group by Egypt’s army-backed government and has faced a security crackdown since the military ousted one of its leaders, Mohammad Mursi, from the presidency last July.
Ties between Cairo and Hamas, the Palestinian affiliate of the Muslim Brotherhood, flourished during Morsi’s year in power but have deteriorated since the military coup on July 3 2013.
Cairo’s new military-installed authorities were furious after Hamas officials openly criticized their decision to outlaw the Muslim Brotherhood, the target of a deadly crackdown since Morsi’s ouster.
Amnesty International says more than 1,400 people have been killed in street clashes, mostly supporters of Morsi, since his overthrow.
Hamas condemned the ruling, saying it targeted the Palestinian cause.
→ Continue reading: Egyptian Judge Bans Hamas Activities in Egypt
آخر أخبار الجاليات العربية في النمسا
On the occasion of its 25th Anniversary, the Austro-Arab Chamber of Commerce will held the “7th Arab-Austrian Economic Forum and Exhibition”, on Thursday, 22nd May 2014 at Festival Hall of the Vienna City Hall, Feststiege 2, Felderstrasse 1, 1010 Vienna
The conference will be held under the Patronage of H. E. Dr. Heinz Fischer, President of the Republic of Austria and supported by: H.E. Dr. Michael Häupl, Mayor and Governor of Vienna in cooperation with Dr. Christoph Leitl, President of the Austrian Economic Chamber, H. E. Minister Adnan Kassar, President of the General Union of Arab Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture and Council of Arab Ambassadors to Austria.
The 7th Arab-Austrian Economic Forum & Exhibition offers a unique platform in Austria for knowledge exchange, networking and deepening of Austro-Arab relations in economy, trade, culture and diplomacy.
Exhibition & networking area: display of companies, enterprises and international institutions together with the diplomatic representations of Arab countries in Austria, allowing for special opportunities to meet with the business community and establish personal contact to potential future business partners in the Austro-Arab context.
The 7th Arab-Austrian Economic Forum will introduce high-level speakers, experts and senior representatives to present and discuss topics with focus on “Essential Infrastructure”: Energy – Water – Transport – Construction & “Food & Agro Industry” from the Austrian, Arab and international perspective.
تواصل السخرية العالمية من إكتشاف الجيش المصري لجهاز معالجة الايدز وفيروس الكبد سي
مصر: فضيحة “الايدز في الكفتة” تتفاعل.. ومطالبات للسيسي بالاعتذار للشعب
تقارير اكدت ان مخترع “الجهاز السحري” مجرد “معالج بالأعشاب” وليس لواء في الجيش
The Commetator – Ahmed Abdel-Raheem – Almost certainly a political miracle rather than a medical one, Egypt’s claim to have an instant cure for HIV and Hepatitis shows the lengths the coup leaders will go for legitimacy
Two days ago, Egyptian media began big campaigns about a miraculous device (billed as ”Complete Cure”) invented by Egypt’s armed forces for treating HIV/AIDS and the Hepatitis C virus.
The news stories depicted the machine as a breakthrough, and a real miracle for completely curing patients of any of the two resistant diseases, giving hope for 18 million Egyptians with Hepatitis C and tens of thousands with HIV. (All this in no time at all, only 16 hours for the cure and one minute for detecting the disease.)
According to the Egyptian media, with the device there is no need to take a sample of the patient’s blood to detect the infection. Moreover, Egypt’s national TV channels ran a video that showed a physician making tests for an HIV patient using the device and telling him, “your tests are so great; you had HIV but now the disease vanished.”
The reports said that ”Complete Cure” is two machines in one: ”C Fast” (for treating Hepatitis C) and “I Fast” (for treating HIV). Furthermore, the reports confirmed that the military had been working for 22 years on the project and although ”C Fast” had been ready to go since 2006, the inventing team preferred to wait until it could test the effectiveness of the machine on HIV patients.
There’s even more. Major Dr. Ibrahim Abdel-Atti, leader of the machine-inventing team, stressed that Egypt will not export the machine to other countries so that it can be protected from international monopoly and the black market. He was quoted in the Al-Ahram newspaper as saying, “Marshal el-Sisi once said, ”we lagged behind and we should jump rather than walk so that we can compete with others”, and this is the first jump.”
→ Continue reading: Egypt Claims Miracle Cure For HIV and Hepatitis
موقع كندي: قائد “الحر” الجديد تدرب عسكريا في إسرائيل
Global Research – Canada – The new commander of the anti-Damascus militancy group, the Free Syrian Army (FSA), Abdul-Ilah al-Bashir has been trained in Israel, media reports said.
Al-Bashir had gone to Israel for treatment last year after he was wounded in Southern Syria during clashes with the Syrian army, Al-Ahd news website reported.
Al-Bashir was in charge of the military council in Southern Syria and he was transferred to a hospital in Israel after he was wounded in a military operation in Al-Rushid region.
Al-Bashir replaced former FSA commander Salim Idris. The FSA declared Bashir as the replacement for Idris in a statement posted online.
While Al-Bashir was wounded, the news reports were spread that Al-Bashir had died and buried in Daraa province in a bid to distract attentions from his presence in Israel where he was receiving military training.
A military analyst told Al-Ahd that the appointment of Al-Bashir took place concurrent with the defeat of the militants in Al-Qalmoun region and after the second round of the Geneva II talks.
Idriss had long faced criticism by militants on the ground for failing to gather sufficient military aid for the armed groups. → Continue reading: New Free Syrian Army Commander Trained in Israel
الغموض يكتنف مفاوضات النووي الإيراني في فيينا والصحفيون يتعرفون على أكلات المعكرونة على الطريقة النمساوية
Mr. Michael Mann
Update: The first round of nuclear talks in Vienna between Iran and the six world powers came to a close on Thursday morning. The sides agreed to hold a further round of talks in Vienna in March 17-20, and that the agreed-upon framework includes a schedule for follow-up meetings, and an agenda for issues to be discussed.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told reporters that the talks were “very serious and more positive than expected,” adding that the two sides had consensus that only Iran’s nuclear issue – and not its scientific and military capabilities – were on the agenda during these negotiations.
The U.S. official said that an American delegation would travel to israel and then to Saudi Arabia over the weekend to brief government officials in those two countries on the talks.
An unofficial israeli delegation including a big team of intelligence operatives posing as journalists attended the conference, they had constant and direct contact with the US personnel attending the negotiation.
Mystery is the master of the talks nuclear being held between Iran and six powers now for the second day in Vienna. Nothing is communicated to the public and nobody knows what going on between the negotiators. They all agreed to confidentiality and to not release details of the negotiation process and what is happening between them, especially about the big file with the israeli demands adopted by the US representative for the negotiations, and which the US is trying to dictate to Iran.
The journalists have been allocated a place for their work which is far away from where the negotiators are meeting, about seven kilometers away. Were they banned from reaching or being closer to the place of the negotiations? The journalists who came from all over the world to Vienna to cover the results of the negotiations have been compelled to stay away from the negotiations and the negotiators, as they are isolated from the true center of the events.
The journalists are all gathered in a hall of the Austria Center, which is next to the UN City, but there are no negotiations going on in either the Austria Center or the UN City for all that is known, and nobody knows anything about the negotiations and the negotiators. If you enter the Austria Center, you can see hundreds of journalists with cameras at the ready, fixed on stands. For the first moment you’d think that something very important is happening here, but you’d see the cameramen shooting themselves and nothing else.
→ Continue reading: Mystery Surrounds Nuclear Negotiations in Vienna