A former British army commander breaks protocol and reveals Queen Elizabeth's opinion of Harry and William's service in Afghanistan A former British army commander breaks protocol and reveals Queen Elizabeth's opinion of Harry and William's service in Afghanistan

A former British army commander breaks protocol and reveals Queen Elizabeth's opinion of Harry and William's service in Afghanistan

A former British army commander breaks protocol and reveals Queen Elizabeth's opinion of Harry and William's service in Afghanistan  A former commander of the British army said that the late Queen Elizabeth II decided that her grandsons, Princes Harry and William, should "do their duty" by fighting the war in Afghanistan.  A former British army commander breaks protocol and reveals Queen Elizabeth's opinion of Harry and William's service in AfghanistanFor the first time...a woman heads the UK's Communications Intelligence Agency (photo) However, it was determined that the risk to the elder brother was "too great" as heir to the throne, according to General Sir Mike Jackson, who served as Chief of the General Staff from 2003 until 2006, according to The Independent .  Whereas for William's younger brother, Harry, who has done two tours in Afghanistan during his decade in the military, "the risk is acceptable," he says.  And the former military chief broke protocol in the new ITV documentary 'The Real Crown', to reveal what the late Queen told him during one of their private meetings, which were held once or twice a year.  "She was very clear," explained the military commander. ".  The allegations mix somewhat with feelings of pride expressed in the memoirs of the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry (Spear), in which he complains about his alleged role within the royal family in relation to that of his older brother, while serving the duke in Afghanistan, claiming sensationally Controversially killing 25 Taliban fighters during six missions as an Apache pilot, his brother William also spent seven years in the armed forces but never served abroad.  Mark Caan, director of the British Forces Foundation, told the programme, the current Prince of Wales was "unequivocally very keen to go".  "But it was complex, and some great minds and experienced people took a look at it," Kahn added.  And he added, "I think it was really difficult..Anyone in the army who was not involved in the operation feels disappointed, and I especially think that was the war at the time. You had everyone around you at the time that he was involved in it, so there is a sense of disappointment." Hope".      Putin: Russia topped the world by successfully launching 100 missiles and space flights  President Vladimir Putin praised the successes achieved by the Russian space sector and space industries, and its successful launch of 100 rockets and space flights in four years, breaking the best number in history.  Putin said: "It is gratifying that the Russian space industry continues to develop, and for the first time in history Russia was able to successfully launch 100 rockets and space flights" in a matter of years, leading the world in that.  He added that it is necessary to move forward and work with confidence in the Russian space field, and continued: "Today's Russian space invaders are an example to follow in promoting Russia's technological independence, and we must certainly continue to work, achieving the bright historical successes that honor us all."

A former commander of the British army said that the late Queen Elizabeth II decided that her grandsons, Princes Harry and William, should "do their duty" by fighting the war in Afghanistan.

A former British army commander breaks protocol and reveals Queen Elizabeth's opinion of Harry and William's service in AfghanistanFor the first time...a woman heads the UK's Communications Intelligence Agency (photo)
However, it was determined that the risk to the elder brother was "too great" as heir to the throne, according to General Sir Mike Jackson, who served as Chief of the General Staff from 2003 until 2006, according to The Independent .

Whereas for William's younger brother, Harry, who has done two tours in Afghanistan during his decade in the military, "the risk is acceptable," he says.

And the former military chief broke protocol in the new ITV documentary 'The Real Crown', to reveal what the late Queen told him during one of their private meetings, which were held once or twice a year.

"She was very clear," explained the military commander. ".

The allegations mix somewhat with feelings of pride expressed in the memoirs of the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry (Spear), in which he complains about his alleged role within the royal family in relation to that of his older brother, while serving the duke in Afghanistan, claiming sensationally Controversially killing 25 Taliban fighters during six missions as an Apache pilot, his brother William also spent seven years in the armed forces but never served abroad.

Mark Caan, director of the British Forces Foundation, told the programme, the current Prince of Wales was "unequivocally very keen to go".

"But it was complex, and some great minds and experienced people took a look at it," Kahn added.

And he added, "I think it was really difficult..Anyone in the army who was not involved in the operation feels disappointed, and I especially think that was the war at the time. You had everyone around you at the time that he was involved in it, so there is a sense of disappointment." Hope".


Clashes between the French police and protesters against the retirement system law

The Bastille Square in the French capital, Paris, witnessed clashes between the police and protesters against the retirement system bill, on the eve of a decisive decision of the Constitutional Council on the bill.

On Thursday, the French police fired tear gas canisters and used batons to disperse a demonstration in the center of the capital, Paris, to protest against the retirement system project.

This came on the eve of a decisive decision by the Constitutional Council regarding the government retirement “reform” project, which President Emmanuel Macron is determined to endorse despite the opposition of the unions.

Hundreds of thousands of workers participated in the protests in several parts of the country, including the capital, Paris, and the cities of Lyon, Nantes and Marseille.

Tensions escalated during the Paris protests, resulting in clashes and a man being wounded in the head.

Violent groups infiltrated the demonstrations and destroyed public property in the streets and shop windows, according to Anadolu Agency. 


Lavrov arrives in Uzbekistan to attend a conference of foreign ministers of Afghanistan's neighbors

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov arrived in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, today, Wednesday, to attend the Fourth Conference of Foreign Ministers of Afghanistan's Neighboring Countries.

Lavrov arrives in Uzbekistan to attend a conference of foreign ministers of Afghanistan's neighborsLavrov heads the Russian delegation to the Conference of Afghanistan's Neighboring Countries
It is expected that Lavrov will participate tomorrow, Thursday, in the Fourth Conference of Foreign Ministers of Afghanistan's Neighboring Countries. The next day, he will take part in a meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Commonwealth of Independent States.

Lavrov will also participate on Friday in the sixth meeting of foreign ministers of Russia and Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan). 


Putin: Russia topped the world by successfully launching 100 missiles and space flights

President Vladimir Putin praised the successes achieved by the Russian space sector and space industries, and its successful launch of 100 rockets and space flights in four years, breaking the best number in history.

Putin said: "It is gratifying that the Russian space industry continues to develop, and for the first time in history Russia was able to successfully launch 100 rockets and space flights" in a matter of years, leading the world in that.

He added that it is necessary to move forward and work with confidence in the Russian space field, and continued: "Today's Russian space invaders are an example to follow in promoting Russia's technological independence, and we must certainly continue to work, achieving the bright historical successes that honor us all."

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