Trump: I know Putin well and he wouldn't have acted like this in my time

Trump: I know Putin well and he wouldn't have acted like this in my time  Trump criticized Biden, saying that "if the crisis was managed correctly, there would be no reason for what is currently happening in Ukraine," and considered that the sanctions currently imposed by the Biden administration are weak.  Former US President Donald Trump on Tuesday criticized the way his successor, Joe Biden, managed the crisis in Ukraine, recalling the strong relationship he had with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and stressing that the Kremlin master would "never" act in this way under his administration.  "If the crisis had been properly managed, there would be no reason for what is currently happening in Ukraine to happen," Trump said in a statement.  He added, "I know Vladimir Putin very well, and he would never have done under the Trump administration what he is doing now, impossible!", against the backdrop of the Russian President's order to deploy Russian forces in two separatist regions in Ukraine that he recognized their independence.  The rapprochement between Trump and Putin was sharply criticized by the Democratic opposition under the previous Republican administration.  The Republican billionaire considered that the sanctions imposed by the Biden administration are weak, and said, "They are insignificant compared to the seizure of a country and lands with strategic locations."  "Putin not only got what he always wanted, but he is getting richer from higher oil and gas prices," he added. After the White House imposed initial sanctions on the pro-Russian separatist regions in Ukraine in particular, it promised on Tuesday to strengthen its response to Moscow.

Trump: I know Putin well and he wouldn't have acted like this in my time


Trump criticized Biden, saying that "if the crisis was managed correctly, there would be no reason for what is currently happening in Ukraine," and considered that the sanctions currently imposed by the Biden administration are weak.

Former US President Donald Trump on Tuesday criticized the way his successor, Joe Biden, managed the crisis in Ukraine, recalling the strong relationship he had with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and stressing that the Kremlin master would "never" act in this way under his administration.

"If the crisis had been properly managed, there would be no reason for what is currently happening in Ukraine to happen," Trump said in a statement.

He added, "I know Vladimir Putin very well, and he would never have done under the Trump administration what he is doing now, impossible!", against the backdrop of the Russian President's order to deploy Russian forces in two separatist regions in Ukraine that he recognized their independence.

The rapprochement between Trump and Putin was sharply criticized by the Democratic opposition under the previous Republican administration.

The Republican billionaire considered that the sanctions imposed by the Biden administration are weak, and said, "They are insignificant compared to the seizure of a country and lands with strategic locations."

"Putin not only got what he always wanted, but he is getting richer from higher oil and gas prices," he added.
After the White House imposed initial sanctions on the pro-Russian separatist regions in Ukraine in particular, it promised on Tuesday to strengthen its response to Moscow.

U.S. advisory body “Publication on the necessity of North Korea’s denuclearization is also a goal of U.S. public diplomacy”  Anchor : The American Public Diplomacy Advisory Committee (ACPD) said that one of America's public diplomacy goals is to educate and educate the world on the need for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula . Reporter Seo Hye-joon reports.  The American Advisory Committee on Public Diplomacy (ACPD) released the ' 2021 Comprehensive Annual Report on Public Diplomacy and International Broadcasting ' on the 21st .  Founded in 1948 , ACPD is an independent government-affiliated organization that provides advice on US public diplomacy policies, such as submitting a report evaluating US public diplomacy to the US President, the Secretary of State , and Congress every year .  The report released this year revealed that one of the US government's public diplomacy goals in the East Asia and Pacific region last year was to inform and educate about the need for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula . (Inform and educate regional and global audiences about the necessity of denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula.)  In particular, the Department of State's East Asia and Pacific Affairs (EAP) Department of Public Diplomacy pointed out that "We continue to inform people in East Asia and around the world of the United States' commitment to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and the end of North Korea's illegal ballistic missile program . " (EAP/PD consistently communicates to audiences in East Asia…as well as regional and global audiences, the US commitment to the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and the end of the DPRK's illicit ballistic missile programs,) We are maintaining pressure on countries and companies that have engaged in illegal trade in violation of sanctions against North Korea, " he added . (And to maintaining public pressure on countries and firms which violate trade sanctions.)  Public Diplomacy refers to diplomatic activities that promote diplomatic relations through direct communication with foreigners, promote the country's policies and culture, broaden consensus, and contribute to international security and peace .  In addition, the report explained, " The State Department's East Asia and Thailand public diplomacy strategy focuses on the benefits of North Korea's denuclearization, while increasing pressure through international cooperation to ensure that North Korea fulfills its commitments to denuclearization . " (EAP's public diplomacy strategy focuses on the benefits to the DPRK of denuclearization while reinforcing international coordination to pressure the DPRK to act on its denuclearization commitment.)  He then stated that through the public diplomacy strategy, “ we are working to raise awareness of the persistent security issues posed by the actions of the North Korean regime . ” (Raise general awareness of the ongoing security challenge posed by the actions of the North Korean government.)  In addition, following 2020 , according to the State Department’s “ Joint Regional Strategy” for East Asia and Thailand, “ Increasing political and economic pressure to persuade North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles is a US Foreign Policy goal (US Foreign Policy). Goals) , ” he said . (Increased political and economic pressure on North Korea to persuade it to abandon its nuclear-weapons and ballistic-missile programs.)  The report also highlighted public diplomacy with North Korea related to the improvement of human rights in North Korea. To shed light on North Korea's horrific human rights record, the State Department, East Asia and Thailand, is working with the Department of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL) to highlight North Korea's human rights violations and abuses through research materials and digital programs citing the testimonies of North Korean defectors. (EAP also collaborates with the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor to highlight the DPRK's egregious human rights record. Targeted research and digital programs highlight North Korea's human rights violations and abuses through the voices of those who have fled the country.)  Meanwhile, the ACPD annual report released last year mentioned youth programs and English education programs for North Korean defectors conducted by the US Embassy in Korea, but the report released this year did not include those programs . Reporter Hye-Jun Seo, Editor Yang-Won Yang , Web Team Kyeong -Ha Lee

U.S. advisory body “Publication on the necessity of North Korea’s denuclearization is also a goal of U.S. public diplomacy”


Anchor : The American Public Diplomacy Advisory Committee (ACPD) said that one of America's public diplomacy goals is to educate and educate the world on the need for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula . Reporter Seo Hye-joon reports.

The American Advisory Committee on Public Diplomacy (ACPD) released the ' 2021 Comprehensive Annual Report on Public Diplomacy and International Broadcasting ' on the 21st .

Founded in 1948 , ACPD is an independent government-affiliated organization that provides advice on US public diplomacy policies, such as submitting a report evaluating US public diplomacy to the US President, the Secretary of State , and Congress every year .

The report released this year revealed that one of the US government's public diplomacy goals in the East Asia and Pacific region last year was to inform and educate about the need for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula . (Inform and educate regional and global audiences about the necessity of denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula.)

In particular, the Department of State's East Asia and Pacific Affairs (EAP) Department of Public Diplomacy pointed out that "We continue to inform people in East Asia and around the world of the United States' commitment to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and the end of North Korea's illegal ballistic missile program . " (EAP/PD consistently communicates to audiences in East Asia…as well as regional and global audiences, the US commitment to the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and the end of the DPRK's illicit ballistic missile programs,)
We are maintaining pressure on countries and companies that have engaged in illegal trade in violation of sanctions against North Korea, " he added . (And to maintaining public pressure on countries and firms which violate trade sanctions.)

Public Diplomacy refers to diplomatic activities that promote diplomatic relations through direct communication with foreigners, promote the country's policies and culture, broaden consensus, and contribute to international security and peace .

In addition, the report explained, " The State Department's East Asia and Thailand public diplomacy strategy focuses on the benefits of North Korea's denuclearization, while increasing pressure through international cooperation to ensure that North Korea fulfills its commitments to denuclearization . " (EAP's public diplomacy strategy focuses on the benefits to the DPRK of denuclearization while reinforcing international coordination to pressure the DPRK to act on its denuclearization commitment.)

He then stated that through the public diplomacy strategy, “ we are working to raise awareness of the persistent security issues posed by the actions of the North Korean regime . ” (Raise general awareness of the ongoing security challenge posed by the actions of the North Korean government.)

In addition, following 2020 , according to the State Department’s “ Joint Regional Strategy” for East Asia and Thailand, “ Increasing political and economic pressure to persuade North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles is a US Foreign Policy goal (US Foreign Policy). Goals) , ” he said . (Increased political and economic pressure on North Korea to persuade it to abandon its nuclear-weapons and ballistic-missile programs.)

The report also highlighted public diplomacy with North Korea related to the improvement of human rights in North Korea.
To shed light on North Korea's horrific human rights record, the State Department, East Asia and Thailand, is working with the Department of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL) to highlight North Korea's human rights violations and abuses through research materials and digital programs citing the testimonies of North Korean defectors. (EAP also collaborates with the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor to highlight the DPRK's egregious human rights record. Targeted research and digital programs highlight North Korea's human rights violations and abuses through the voices of those who have fled the country.)

Meanwhile, the ACPD annual report released last year mentioned youth programs and English education programs for North Korean defectors conducted by the US Embassy in Korea, but the report released this year did not include those programs .
Reporter Hye-Jun Seo, Editor Yang-Won Yang , Web Team Kyeong -Ha Lee
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