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"Mr President, I have two questions for Minister Gloser in his reply to this debate. It is quite clear that, at the Summit in Samara, on the assumption it goes ahead, the Council, the Presidency – his colleagues – and the Federal Chancellor will also have to reflect the views expressed in this Parliament. It quite clearly cannot be ‘business as usual’ with President Putin’s Russia. Could he explain in his reply how the Summit will reflect our concern and our refusal to agree that Estonia is the cause of this crisis? We have been told that we must not escalate the crisis, we must de-escalate it. But we, the EU, did not begin this crisis. If you look at the transcript of the film of the so-called ‘riots’ in Tallinn, you see pictures of desultory groups of youths smashing windows and stealing luxury goods. What on earth has that got to do with respect for the millions of Russian dead in the Second World War? We simply cannot accept the version which President Putin is putting out, as opposed to his predecessors, Yeltsin and Gorbachev, who began the reform movement within Russia. So, Minister, in your reply could you please say what specific démarches the Presidency would take during the Summit to underline the fact that, without mutual understanding, there can be no successful negotiations? It is not a question of Estonia, as has been said before: Latvia has been attacked by President Putin, as have the Czech Republic, Poland and indeed my own country’s Ambassador. So, could we have some specifics as to how the Summit will differ because of the way the Russian Government has presented this problem?"@en4
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"Mr President, I have two questions for Minister Gloser in his reply to this debate. It is quite clear that, at the Summit in Samara, on the assumption it goes ahead, the Council, the Presidency – his colleagues – and the Federal Chancellor will also have to reflect the views expressed in this Parliament. It quite clearly cannot be ‘business as usual’ with President Putin’s Russia. Could he explain in his reply how the Summit will reflect our concern and our refusal to agree that Estonia is the cause of this crisis? We have been told that we must not escalate the crisis, we must de-escalate it. But we, the EU, did not begin this crisis. If you look at the transcript of the film of the so-called ‘riots’ in Tallinn, you see pictures of desultory groups of youths smashing windows and stealing luxury goods. What on earth has that got to do with respect for the millions of Russian dead in the Second World War? We simply cannot accept the version which President Putin is putting out, as opposed to his predecessors, Yeltsin and Gorbachev, who began the reform movement within Russia. So, Minister, in your reply could you please say what specific démarches the Presidency would take during the Summit to underline the fact that, without mutual understanding, there can be no successful negotiations? It is not a question of Estonia, as has been said before: Latvia has been attacked by President Putin, as have the Czech Republic, Poland and indeed my own country’s Ambassador. So, could we have some specifics as to how the Summit will differ because of the way the Russian Government has presented this problem?"@cs1
"Hr. formand! Jeg har to spørgsmål til hr. rådsformand Gloser i forbindelse med denne forhandling. Det er helt klart, at Rådet, formandskabet - hans kolleger - og forbundskansleren, hvis topmødet i Samara bliver til noget, også skal afspejle Europa-Parlamentets synspunkter. Der kan helt klart ikke blive tale om at fortsætte uanfægtet med præsident Putins Rusland. Kan han i sit svar forklare, hvordan der på topmødet vil blive givet udtryk for vores bekymring og vores afvisning af, at Estland er årsagen til krisen? Vi har fået at vide, at vi ikke skal eskalere krisen, men at vi skal nedtrappe den. Men det var ikke EU, der startede krisen. Hvis De ser på filmoptagelserne af de såkaldte "optøjer" i Tallinn, vil De se billeder af spredte grupper af unge, der smadrer vinduer og stjæler luksusvarer. Hvad i himlens navn har det at gøre med respekten for de millioner af russere, der døde under Anden Verdenskrig? Vi kan ganske enkelt ikke acceptere den version, der præsenteres af præsident Putin, der står i kontrast til sine forgængere Yeltsin og Gorbatjov, der indledte reformbevægelsen i Rusland. Så, hr. rådsformand, vil De venligst i Deres svar fortælle, hvilke konkrete henvendelser formandskabet vil rette under topmødet for at understrege det faktum, at der ikke kan sikres vellykkede forhandlinger uden en gensidig forståelse? Det er ikke et spørgsmål om Estland, sådan som det tidligere er blevet sagt: Letland er blevet angrebet af præsident Putin, og det samme gælder for Tjekkiet, Polen og mit eget lands ambassadør. Så kan vi få nogle nærmere enkeltheder om, hvad der bliver anderledes på topmødet på grund af den russiske regerings fremlæggelse af dette problem?"@da2
"Herr Präsident! Ich habe zwei Bitten an Minister Gloser, die seine Antwort auf diese Aussprache betreffen. Es ist ganz klar, dass Rat, Ratspräsidentschaft – seine Kollegen also – und die Bundeskanzlerin beim Gipfel in Samara, wenn er überhaupt stattfindet, auch die Meinungen dieses Parlaments wiedergeben müssen. Mit Präsident Putins Russland kann keinesfalls einfach so umgegangen werden wie immer. Könnte der Herr Ratspräsident in seiner Antwort bitte erläutern, wie auf dem Gipfel unsere Besorgnis und unsere Weigerung zum Ausdruck kommen werden, zuzustimmen, dass Estland der Grund für diese Krise ist? Uns wurde gesagt, dass wir die Krise nicht eskalieren lassen dürfen, sondern sie deeskalieren müssen. Aber wir, die EU, haben sie nicht herbeigeführt. Wenn Sie sich das Transkript des Films über die so genannten Unruhen in Tallinn ansehen, sieht man, wie vereinzelte Gruppen von Jugendlichen Fenster einschlagen und Luxusgüter stehlen. Was um Himmels willen hat das mit der Achtung gegenüber Millionen toten Russen im Zweiten Weltkrieg zu tun? Wir können die Version von Präsident Putin, die der seiner Vorgänger Jelzin und Gorbatschow widerspricht, die die Reformbewegung innerhalb Russlands auf den Weg gebracht haben, einfach nicht akzeptieren. Herr Minister, könnten Sie in Ihrer Antwort also bitte erläutern, welche konkreten Demarchen die Präsidentschaft auf dem Gipfel vornehmen wird, um herauszustreichen, dass die Verhandlungen ohne gegenseitiges Verständnis keinen Erfolg haben können? Es geht hier, wie bereits gesagt wurde, nicht um Estland: Präsident Putin hat auch Lettland angegriffen, ebenso die Tschechische Republik, Polen und den Botschafter meines Heimatlandes. Könnten wir bitte genauer erläutert bekommen, inwiefern der Gipfel in Anbetracht dessen, wie die russische Regierung dieses Problem vorgestellt hat, anders sein wird?"@de9
"Κύριε Πρόεδρε, θέλω να απευθύνω δύο ερωτήματα στον υπουργό Gloser, στα οποία τον παρακαλώ να απαντήσει σε αυτήν τη συζήτηση. Είναι πολύ σαφές ότι, στη σύνοδο κορυφής της Σαμάρας, εφόσον βεβαίως πραγματοποιηθεί, το Συμβούλιο, η Προεδρία –οι συνάδελφοί του– και η ομοσπονδιακή καγκελάριος θα κληθούν να μεταφέρουν επίσης τις απόψεις που εκφράζονται στο Ευρωπαϊκό Κοινοβούλιο. Είναι ξεκάθαρο ότι δεν μπορούμε να συμπεριφερόμαστε σαν να μην συμβαίνει τίποτε απέναντι στη Ρωσία του προέδρου Πούτιν. Μπορεί επίσης ο κ. υπουργός να εξηγήσει στην απάντησή του με ποιον τρόπο θα αντικατοπτρίζονται στη σύνοδο κορυφής η ανησυχία μας και η άρνησή μας να συμφωνήσουμε με την άποψη ότι η Εσθονία είναι υπαίτια αυτής της κρίσης; Μας λένε ότι δεν πρέπει να κλιμακώσουμε την κρίση, αλλά να την αποκλιμακώσουμε. Εμείς, όμως, η ΕΕ, δεν ξεκινήσαμε αυτήν την κρίση. Αν εξετάσετε το βίντεο των λεγομένων διαδηλώσεων στο Ταλίν, θα δείτε εικόνες άτακτων ομάδων νεαρών οι οποίοι σπάζουν προθήκες καταστημάτων και κλέβουν αγαθά πολυτελείας. Τι σχέση μπορεί να έχει αυτό με τον σεβασμό της μνήμης των εκατομμυρίων Ρώσων που έχασαν τη ζωή τους κατά τον Δεύτερο Παγκόσμιο Πόλεμο; Απλούστατα, δεν μπορούμε να δεχτούμε την εκδοχή που προβάλλει ο πρόεδρος Πούτιν, η οποία έρχεται σε αντίθεση με αυτήν των προκατόχων του, Γιέλτσιν και Γκορμπατσόφ, οι οποίοι ξεκίνησαν το κίνημα των μεταρρυθμίσεων στο εσωτερικό της Ρωσίας. Συνεπώς, κύριε υπουργέ, σας είναι εύκολο να μας ενημερώσετε στην απάντησή σας σχετικά με τα συγκεκριμένα διαβήματα στα οποία θα προβεί η Προεδρία κατά τη διάρκεια της συνόδου κορυφής για να υπογραμμίσει το γεγονός ότι, χωρίς αμοιβαία κατανόηση, δεν μπορούν να υπάρξουν επιτυχείς διαπραγματεύσεις; Όπως έχει ήδη επισημανθεί, το θέμα δεν αφορά μόνο την Εσθονία: η Λετονία έχει δεχθεί επίσης επίθεση από τον πρόεδρο Πούτιν, όπως άλλωστε και η Τσεχική Δημοκρατία, η Πολωνία, ακόμη και ο πρέσβης της χώρας μου. Μπορείτε, λοιπόν, να μας προσφέρετε λεπτομερείς πληροφορίες σχετικά με το τι διαφορετικό θα γίνει σε αυτήν τη σύνοδο κορυφής ενόψει του τρόπου με τον οποίο έχει παρουσιάσει αυτό το πρόβλημα η ρωσική κυβέρνηση;"@el10
"Señor Presidente, tengo dos preguntas que formular al Ministro Gloser para su respuesta a este debate. Esta muy claro que en la Cumbre de Samara, suponiendo que siga adelante, el Consejo, la Presidencia –sus colegas– y el Canciller Federal también tendrán que reflejar las opiniones expresadas en este Parlamento. Sin duda las cosas no pueden seguir «como si nada» con la Rusia del Presidente Putin. ¿Podría explicar en su respuesta cómo reflejará la Cumbre nuestra preocupación y nuestra negativa a aceptar que Estonia sea la causa de esta crisis? Se nos ha dicho que no debemos agravar la crisis, sino tratar de mitigarla. Pero nosotros, la UE, no la hemos iniciado. Si examinan ustedes la transcripción de la película de los llamados «disturbios» en Tallin, verán imágenes de grupos de jóvenes desganados destrozando ventanas y robando artículos de lujo. ¿Qué tiene eso que ver con el respeto por los millones de rusos muertos en la Segunda Guerra Mundial? Sencillamente no podemos aceptar la versión que presenta el Presidente Putin, a diferencia de sus predecesores, Yeltsin y Gorbachov, que comenzaron el movimiento de reforma en Rusia. Así que, señor Ministro, ¿podría indicar en su respuesta qué gestiones concretas va a realizar la Presidencia durante la Cumbre para subrayar el hecho de que, sin un entendimiento mutuo, no puede haber negociaciones efectivas? No se trata de la cuestión de Estonia, como ya se ha dicho antes: Lituania ha sido atacada por el Presidente Putin, del mismo modo que la República Checa, Polonia y el embajador de mi país. Por lo tanto, ¿podríamos conocer detalles con respecto a las diferencias que habrá en la Cumbre debido al modo en el que el Gobierno ruso ha planteado este problema?"@es21
"Mr President, I have two questions for Minister Gloser in his reply to this debate. It is quite clear that, at the Summit in Samara, on the assumption it goes ahead, the Council, the Presidency – his colleagues – and the Federal Chancellor will also have to reflect the views expressed in this Parliament. It quite clearly cannot be ‘business as usual’ with President Putin’s Russia. Could he explain in his reply how the Summit will reflect our concern and our refusal to agree that Estonia is the cause of this crisis? We have been told that we must not escalate the crisis, we must de-escalate it. But we, the EU, did not begin this crisis. If you look at the transcript of the film of the so-called ‘riots’ in Tallinn, you see pictures of desultory groups of youths smashing windows and stealing luxury goods. What on earth has that got to do with respect for the millions of Russian dead in the Second World War? We simply cannot accept the version which President Putin is putting out, as opposed to his predecessors, Yeltsin and Gorbachev, who began the reform movement within Russia. So, Minister, in your reply could you please say what specific démarches the Presidency would take during the Summit to underline the fact that, without mutual understanding, there can be no successful negotiations? It is not a question of Estonia, as has been said before: Latvia has been attacked by President Putin, as have the Czech Republic, Poland and indeed my own country’s Ambassador. So, could we have some specifics as to how the Summit will differ because of the way the Russian Government has presented this problem?"@et5
"Arvoisa puhemies, minulla on ministeri Gloserille kaksi kysymystä, jotka koskevat hänen vastaustaan tähän keskusteluun. On varsin selvää, että mikäli Samaran huippukokous käynnistyy, neuvoston, puheenjohtajavaltion – ministerin kollegojen – ja liittokanslerin on siellä pohdittava myös Euroopan parlamentissa esitettyjä näkemyksiä. Presidentti Putinin Venäjän kassa asioita ei selvästikään voida hoitaa tavalliseen tapaan. Voisiko ministeri selittää vastauksessaan, miten huippukokouksessa otetaan huomioon huolemme ja se, että emme suostu pitämään Viroa syypäänä kriisiin? Meille on sanottu, ettemme saa laajentaa kriisiä, vaan meidän on hillittävä sitä vähitellen. EU ei kuitenkaan aloittanut tätä kriisiä. Jos katsotte filmikopioita niin kutsutuista "mellakoista" Tallinnassa, näette hajanaisia nuorisojoukkoja rikkomassa ikkunoita ja varastamassa ylellisyystavaroita. Miten ihmeessä tämä liittyy miljoonien toisessa maailmansodassa kuolleiden venäläisten kunnioittamiseen? Emme yksinkertaisesti voi hyväksyä versiota, jonka presidentti Putin esittää julkisuudessa, vastakohtana edeltäjilleen Jeltsinille ja Gorbatšoville, jotka aloittivat Venäjän uudistumiskehityksen. Arvoisa ministeri, voisitteko siis vastauksessanne sanoa, mitä erityistoimenpiteitä puheenjohtajavaltio toteuttaa huippukokouksessa korostaakseen sitä, että ilman yhteisymmärrystä neuvottelut eivät voi onnistua. Kyse ei ole Virosta, kuten aiemmin todettiin: Presidentti Putin on hyökännyt Latviaa vastaan, samoin kuin Tšekin tasavaltaa, Puolaa ja jopa oman maani suurlähettilästä vastaan. Voisitteko siis täsmentää, mitä poikkeuksia Venäjän hallituksen tapa tuoda tämä ongelma esiin aiheuttaa tässä huippukokouksessa?"@fi7
"Monsieur le Président, j’ai deux questions auxquelles je souhaiterais que le ministre Gloser réponde dans sa réaction à ce débat. Il ne fait aucun doute que, lors du sommet de Samara, en supposant qu’il ait bien lieu, le Conseil, la présidence - ses collègues - et la chancelière fédérale seront également amenés à présenter les opinions exprimées dans cette Assemblée. De toute évidence, la routine est exclue avec la Russie du président Poutine. Le ministre pourrait-il expliquer dans sa réponse comment le sommet reflètera notre préoccupation et notre refus d’admettre que l’Estonie serait à l’origine de cette crise? Il nous a été dit que nous devons prévenir l’escalade et nous atteler à désamorcer la crise. Ce n’est toutefois pas nous, l’UE, qui avons déclenché cette crise. Si l’on regarde les séquences filmées des prétendues «émeutes» de Tallinn, on peut observer des images de groupes épars de jeunes qui brisent des vitrines et volent des articles de luxe. Quel est le lien entre ces actes et le respect qu’il faut manifester aux millions de morts russes de la Seconde Guerre mondiale? Nous ne pouvons tout simplement pas admettre la version donnée par le président Poutine, par opposition à ses prédécesseurs, MM. Eltsine et Gorbatchev, qui ont entamé le processus de réforme en Russie. En conséquence, Monsieur le Ministre, pourriez-vous indiquer dans votre réponse les démarches spécifiques que la présidence compte entreprendre au cours du sommet pour souligner le fait qu’il ne peut y avoir de négociations fructueuses en l’absence de compréhension mutuelle? La question ne concerne pas seulement l’Estonie, ainsi qu’on l’a déjà fait remarquer: la Lettonie a été attaquée par le président Poutine, de même que la République tchèque, la Pologne et même l’ambassadeur de mon propre pays. Pourrions-nous donc avoir quelques précisions quant sur la façon dont le sommet compte manifester son désaccord, vu la position du gouvernement russe sur ce problème?"@fr8
"Mr President, I have two questions for Minister Gloser in his reply to this debate. It is quite clear that, at the Summit in Samara, on the assumption it goes ahead, the Council, the Presidency – his colleagues – and the Federal Chancellor will also have to reflect the views expressed in this Parliament. It quite clearly cannot be ‘business as usual’ with President Putin’s Russia. Could he explain in his reply how the Summit will reflect our concern and our refusal to agree that Estonia is the cause of this crisis? We have been told that we must not escalate the crisis, we must de-escalate it. But we, the EU, did not begin this crisis. If you look at the transcript of the film of the so-called ‘riots’ in Tallinn, you see pictures of desultory groups of youths smashing windows and stealing luxury goods. What on earth has that got to do with respect for the millions of Russian dead in the Second World War? We simply cannot accept the version which President Putin is putting out, as opposed to his predecessors, Yeltsin and Gorbachev, who began the reform movement within Russia. So, Minister, in your reply could you please say what specific démarches the Presidency would take during the Summit to underline the fact that, without mutual understanding, there can be no successful negotiations? It is not a question of Estonia, as has been said before: Latvia has been attacked by President Putin, as have the Czech Republic, Poland and indeed my own country’s Ambassador. So, could we have some specifics as to how the Summit will differ because of the way the Russian Government has presented this problem?"@hu11
"Signor Presidente, ho due domande da porre al Ministro Gloser per la sua replica al presente dibattito. E’ ben chiaro che, al Vertice di Samara, presumendo che si svolga come previsto, il Consiglio, la Presidenza – i suoi colleghi – e il Cancelliere federale dovranno anche rispecchiare le opinioni espresse in seno a questo Parlamento. Non si può chiaramente fingere che sia tutto come prima con la Russia del Presidente Putin. Potrebbe spiegare, nella sua replica, in che modo il Vertice rispecchierà le nostre preoccupazioni e il nostro rifiuto di ammettere che l’Estonia sia la causa della crisi? Ci è stato detto che non dobbiamo acuire la crisi, bensì mitigarla. Tuttavia, noi, l’Unione europea, non l’abbiamo provocata. Se si guarda il filmato dei cosiddetti “tumulti” di Tallinn, si vedono immagini di gruppi disordinati di giovani che frantumano finestre e rubano beni di lusso. Che cosa mai ha a che fare questo con il rispetto per i milioni di russi caduti durante la Seconda guerra mondiale? Semplicemente, non possiamo accettare la versione del Presidente Putin, in contrapposizione con i suoi predecessori, Eltsin e Gorbaciov, che hanno dato inizio al movimento di riforma in Russia. Perciò, Ministro Gloser, nella sua replica potrebbe dirmi quali saranno le mosse specifiche della Presidenza nel corso del Vertice, per sottolineare il fatto che, senza comprensione reciproca, i negoziati non possono andare a buon fine? Non si tratta dell’Estonia, come si è detto in precedenza: la Lettonia è stata attaccata dal Presidente Putin, come pure la Repubblica ceca, la Polonia e di fatto anche l’Ambasciatore del mio paese. Potremmo quindi avere informazioni specifiche su cosa avrà di diverso il Vertice, visto il modo in cui il governo russo ha presentato il problema?"@it12
"Mr President, I have two questions for Minister Gloser in his reply to this debate. It is quite clear that, at the Summit in Samara, on the assumption it goes ahead, the Council, the Presidency – his colleagues – and the Federal Chancellor will also have to reflect the views expressed in this Parliament. It quite clearly cannot be ‘business as usual’ with President Putin’s Russia. Could he explain in his reply how the Summit will reflect our concern and our refusal to agree that Estonia is the cause of this crisis? We have been told that we must not escalate the crisis, we must de-escalate it. But we, the EU, did not begin this crisis. If you look at the transcript of the film of the so-called ‘riots’ in Tallinn, you see pictures of desultory groups of youths smashing windows and stealing luxury goods. What on earth has that got to do with respect for the millions of Russian dead in the Second World War? We simply cannot accept the version which President Putin is putting out, as opposed to his predecessors, Yeltsin and Gorbachev, who began the reform movement within Russia. So, Minister, in your reply could you please say what specific démarches the Presidency would take during the Summit to underline the fact that, without mutual understanding, there can be no successful negotiations? It is not a question of Estonia, as has been said before: Latvia has been attacked by President Putin, as have the Czech Republic, Poland and indeed my own country’s Ambassador. So, could we have some specifics as to how the Summit will differ because of the way the Russian Government has presented this problem?"@lt14
"Mr President, I have two questions for Minister Gloser in his reply to this debate. It is quite clear that, at the Summit in Samara, on the assumption it goes ahead, the Council, the Presidency – his colleagues – and the Federal Chancellor will also have to reflect the views expressed in this Parliament. It quite clearly cannot be ‘business as usual’ with President Putin’s Russia. Could he explain in his reply how the Summit will reflect our concern and our refusal to agree that Estonia is the cause of this crisis? We have been told that we must not escalate the crisis, we must de-escalate it. But we, the EU, did not begin this crisis. If you look at the transcript of the film of the so-called ‘riots’ in Tallinn, you see pictures of desultory groups of youths smashing windows and stealing luxury goods. What on earth has that got to do with respect for the millions of Russian dead in the Second World War? We simply cannot accept the version which President Putin is putting out, as opposed to his predecessors, Yeltsin and Gorbachev, who began the reform movement within Russia. So, Minister, in your reply could you please say what specific démarches the Presidency would take during the Summit to underline the fact that, without mutual understanding, there can be no successful negotiations? It is not a question of Estonia, as has been said before: Latvia has been attacked by President Putin, as have the Czech Republic, Poland and indeed my own country’s Ambassador. So, could we have some specifics as to how the Summit will differ because of the way the Russian Government has presented this problem?"@lv13
"Mr President, I have two questions for Minister Gloser in his reply to this debate. It is quite clear that, at the Summit in Samara, on the assumption it goes ahead, the Council, the Presidency – his colleagues – and the Federal Chancellor will also have to reflect the views expressed in this Parliament. It quite clearly cannot be ‘business as usual’ with President Putin’s Russia. Could he explain in his reply how the Summit will reflect our concern and our refusal to agree that Estonia is the cause of this crisis? We have been told that we must not escalate the crisis, we must de-escalate it. But we, the EU, did not begin this crisis. If you look at the transcript of the film of the so-called ‘riots’ in Tallinn, you see pictures of desultory groups of youths smashing windows and stealing luxury goods. What on earth has that got to do with respect for the millions of Russian dead in the Second World War? We simply cannot accept the version which President Putin is putting out, as opposed to his predecessors, Yeltsin and Gorbachev, who began the reform movement within Russia. So, Minister, in your reply could you please say what specific démarches the Presidency would take during the Summit to underline the fact that, without mutual understanding, there can be no successful negotiations? It is not a question of Estonia, as has been said before: Latvia has been attacked by President Putin, as have the Czech Republic, Poland and indeed my own country’s Ambassador. So, could we have some specifics as to how the Summit will differ because of the way the Russian Government has presented this problem?"@mt15
"Mijnheer de Voorzitter, ik heb twee vragen die minister Gloser in zijn reactie op dit debat wellicht wil beantwoorden. Het staat als een paal boven water dat de Raad, het voorzitterschap - zijn collega’s - en de bondskanselier tijdens de top in Samara, als die doorgaat, ook de standpunten zullen moeten overbrengen die in dit Parlement naar voren zijn gebracht. Het mag duidelijk zijn dat we met het Rusland van president Poetin niet kunnen doen alsof er geen vuiltje aan de lucht is. Zou de minister in zijn antwoord kunnen toelichten hoe tijdens de top uiting zal worden gegeven aan onze bezorgdheid, en aan onze weigering om Estland als de oorzaak van deze crisis te beschouwen? Wij hebben te horen gekregen dat we de crisis niet moeten laten escaleren, maar deëscaleren. Maar wij, de EU, zijn deze crisis niet begonnen. Als je de filmkopie van de zogenaamde ‘rellen’ in Tallinn bekijkt, zie je beelden van ongeregelde groepen jongeren die ruiten inslaan en luxegoederen stelen. Wat heeft dat in ‘s hemelsnaam te maken met respect voor de miljoenen Russen die gestorven zijn in de Tweede Wereldoorlog? De interpretatie die president Poetin - in tegenstelling tot zijn voorgangers Jeltsin en Gorbatsjov, die de hervormingsbeweging binnen Rusland in gang zetten - verspreidt, is eenvoudigweg onaanvaardbaar. Kunt u dus in uw antwoord aangeven, mijnheer de minister, welke specifieke demarches het voorzitterschap tijdens de top zou willen ondernemen om te onderstrepen dat er zonder wederzijds begrip geen sprake kan zijn van geslaagde onderhandelingen? Het gaat niet alleen om Estland, zoals al eerder gezegd is: Letland is door president Poetin aangevallen, evenals Tsjechië, Polen en niet te vergeten de ambassadeur van mijn eigen land. Kunt u dus nader toelichten hoe de voorstelling die de Russische regering van dit probleem geeft van invloed zal zijn op de top?"@nl3
"Mr President, I have two questions for Minister Gloser in his reply to this debate. It is quite clear that, at the Summit in Samara, on the assumption it goes ahead, the Council, the Presidency – his colleagues – and the Federal Chancellor will also have to reflect the views expressed in this Parliament. It quite clearly cannot be ‘business as usual’ with President Putin’s Russia. Could he explain in his reply how the Summit will reflect our concern and our refusal to agree that Estonia is the cause of this crisis? We have been told that we must not escalate the crisis, we must de-escalate it. But we, the EU, did not begin this crisis. If you look at the transcript of the film of the so-called ‘riots’ in Tallinn, you see pictures of desultory groups of youths smashing windows and stealing luxury goods. What on earth has that got to do with respect for the millions of Russian dead in the Second World War? We simply cannot accept the version which President Putin is putting out, as opposed to his predecessors, Yeltsin and Gorbachev, who began the reform movement within Russia. So, Minister, in your reply could you please say what specific démarches the Presidency would take during the Summit to underline the fact that, without mutual understanding, there can be no successful negotiations? It is not a question of Estonia, as has been said before: Latvia has been attacked by President Putin, as have the Czech Republic, Poland and indeed my own country’s Ambassador. So, could we have some specifics as to how the Summit will differ because of the way the Russian Government has presented this problem?"@pl16
"Senhor Presidente, tenho duas questões para colocar ao Senhor Ministro Gloser na sua resposta ao presente debate. É perfeitamente claro que, na Cimeira de Samara, partindo do princípio de que ela vai por diante, o Conselho, a Presidência - os colegas do Senhor Ministro – e a Chanceler alemã também terão de ser reflexo das opiniões expressas neste Parlamento. É perfeitamente claro que as coisas não podem continuar exactamente na mesma no que respeita às nossas relações com a Rússia do Presidente Putin. Peço ao Senhor Ministro que, na sua resposta, explique como é que na cimeira se irão reflectir as nossas preocupações e a nossa recusa em concordar que é na Estónia que reside a causa desta crise . Disseram-nos que não devemos contribuir para a escalada da crise, devemos é atenuá-la. Mas não fomos nós, UE, quem iniciou esta crise."@pt17
"Mr President, I have two questions for Minister Gloser in his reply to this debate. It is quite clear that, at the Summit in Samara, on the assumption it goes ahead, the Council, the Presidency – his colleagues – and the Federal Chancellor will also have to reflect the views expressed in this Parliament. It quite clearly cannot be ‘business as usual’ with President Putin’s Russia. Could he explain in his reply how the Summit will reflect our concern and our refusal to agree that Estonia is the cause of this crisis? We have been told that we must not escalate the crisis, we must de-escalate it. But we, the EU, did not begin this crisis. If you look at the transcript of the film of the so-called ‘riots’ in Tallinn, you see pictures of desultory groups of youths smashing windows and stealing luxury goods. What on earth has that got to do with respect for the millions of Russian dead in the Second World War? We simply cannot accept the version which President Putin is putting out, as opposed to his predecessors, Yeltsin and Gorbachev, who began the reform movement within Russia. So, Minister, in your reply could you please say what specific démarches the Presidency would take during the Summit to underline the fact that, without mutual understanding, there can be no successful negotiations? It is not a question of Estonia, as has been said before: Latvia has been attacked by President Putin, as have the Czech Republic, Poland and indeed my own country’s Ambassador. So, could we have some specifics as to how the Summit will differ because of the way the Russian Government has presented this problem?"@ro18
"Mr President, I have two questions for Minister Gloser in his reply to this debate. It is quite clear that, at the Summit in Samara, on the assumption it goes ahead, the Council, the Presidency – his colleagues – and the Federal Chancellor will also have to reflect the views expressed in this Parliament. It quite clearly cannot be ‘business as usual’ with President Putin’s Russia. Could he explain in his reply how the Summit will reflect our concern and our refusal to agree that Estonia is the cause of this crisis? We have been told that we must not escalate the crisis, we must de-escalate it. But we, the EU, did not begin this crisis. If you look at the transcript of the film of the so-called ‘riots’ in Tallinn, you see pictures of desultory groups of youths smashing windows and stealing luxury goods. What on earth has that got to do with respect for the millions of Russian dead in the Second World War? We simply cannot accept the version which President Putin is putting out, as opposed to his predecessors, Yeltsin and Gorbachev, who began the reform movement within Russia. So, Minister, in your reply could you please say what specific démarches the Presidency would take during the Summit to underline the fact that, without mutual understanding, there can be no successful negotiations? It is not a question of Estonia, as has been said before: Latvia has been attacked by President Putin, as have the Czech Republic, Poland and indeed my own country’s Ambassador. So, could we have some specifics as to how the Summit will differ because of the way the Russian Government has presented this problem?"@sk19
"Mr President, I have two questions for Minister Gloser in his reply to this debate. It is quite clear that, at the Summit in Samara, on the assumption it goes ahead, the Council, the Presidency – his colleagues – and the Federal Chancellor will also have to reflect the views expressed in this Parliament. It quite clearly cannot be ‘business as usual’ with President Putin’s Russia. Could he explain in his reply how the Summit will reflect our concern and our refusal to agree that Estonia is the cause of this crisis? We have been told that we must not escalate the crisis, we must de-escalate it. But we, the EU, did not begin this crisis. If you look at the transcript of the film of the so-called ‘riots’ in Tallinn, you see pictures of desultory groups of youths smashing windows and stealing luxury goods. What on earth has that got to do with respect for the millions of Russian dead in the Second World War? We simply cannot accept the version which President Putin is putting out, as opposed to his predecessors, Yeltsin and Gorbachev, who began the reform movement within Russia. So, Minister, in your reply could you please say what specific démarches the Presidency would take during the Summit to underline the fact that, without mutual understanding, there can be no successful negotiations? It is not a question of Estonia, as has been said before: Latvia has been attacked by President Putin, as have the Czech Republic, Poland and indeed my own country’s Ambassador. So, could we have some specifics as to how the Summit will differ because of the way the Russian Government has presented this problem?"@sl20
"Herr talman! Jag har två frågor till minister Günter Gloser om hans svar i den här debatten. Det står tämligen klart att rådet, ordförandeskapet – hans kolleger – och förbundskanslern vid toppmötet i Samara också måste spegla de åsikter som uttryckts av parlamentet, förutsatt att detta toppmöte blir av. Det kan helt klart inte fortsätta som vanligt mellan EU och president Vladimir Putins Ryssland. Skulle han i sitt svar kunna förklara på vilket sätt toppmötet kommer att spegla vår oro och vår vägran att instämma i att Estland bär ansvaret för denna kris? Vi har fått höra att vi inte får trappa upp krisen, att vi måste trappa ned den. Men det var inte vi, EU, som startade den. Om man tittar på en inspelning av de så kallade ”upploppen” i Tallinn ser man bilder av oorganiserade grupper av ungdomar som krossar fönsterrutor och stjäl lyxvaror. Vad i hela fridens namn har det att göra med respekt för de miljontals ryssar som dog i andra världskriget? Vi kan helt enkelt inte godta den version som president Putin framhåller, i motsats till hans föregångare, Boris Jeltsin och Michail Gorbatjov, som inledde reformen inom Ryssland. Därför, minister Gloser, vill jag be er om att i ert svar specificera vilka utspel ordförandeskapet kommer att göra vid toppmötet för att understryka att det inte kan bli tal om några förhandlingar med lyckat resultat utan ömsesidig förståelse. Det är inte bara fråga om Estland, vilket redan har sagts: Lettland har angripits av president Putin, liksom Tjeckien, Polen och faktiskt mitt eget lands ambassadör. Skulle ni därför kunna ge oss några detaljer om hur toppmötet kommer att påverkas av det sätt som den ryska regeringen har framställt detta problem på?"@sv22
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