Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones
Seriously, if you quit being such a twat, you'll get laid more.
And the world would be a better place if you never had kids, you got a point or you just don't know how to turn your mouth off?
So, . . . you busy Friday?
We could chat about who is behind the withholding of humanitarian supplies, the US or Israel? I'll let you take the side that neither the eastern Ukraine (or Gaza) deserve to see any humanitarian aid before they give into all the demands of their captors. I'm thinking that it is going to be the Ukrainian army that ends this by pointing their guns at Kiev and if he came in fast he will leave much faster. You will never see Jews trying the rein in reneage Jews (after all in NYNY as far back as the ''20's the Jewish Mafia was shunned by mainstream Jews only until they needed their help, strong arm some Gentile to be more precise) I can see the hours rolling by on this topic let alone which fast food place we end up at. Dancing later should be fun as the hearing loss makes everything sound like 'square dance music' if it is above 95db.
GENEVA, August 19 /ITAR-TASS/. Head of the International Red Cross in Europe and Central Asia, Loran Korba, is expected to go to Moscow Tuesday for discussing the situation around a convoy of trucks carrying humanitarian aid for the population of war-torn Eastern Ukraine, Anastasia Isyuk, the press secretary of the Red Cross told Itar-Tass.
The convoy of around 270 trucks is currently stuck on the Russian-Ukrainian border.
Korba will hold talks with high-rank Russian officials regarding the Red Cross’s humanitarian activities in Ukraine and in particular on the convoy, Isyuk said.
Monday night, the itinerary of the trip was still in the phase of formation, she said adding that she could not name the officials Korba was going to meet with.
He left Geneva last Thursday and went to Kiev, where from he was supposed to travel to Moscow. However, he returned to Geneva after the talks with Ukrainian officials.
August 12, a column of about 270 trucks with almost 2,000 tons of foodstuffs, water, baby foods, and medical supplies left the Moscow region. It reached the Russian-Ukrainian border in the southern Rostov region August 14 and is there ever since.
Ukrainian and Russian officials coordinated the procedures of cargo inspection at the customs offices and agreed on a joint inspection of each truck by the two countries’ customs officers, after which the trucks would be sealed.
They also gave consent to placing Red Cross workers on each truck.
Last edited by MHz; Aug 19th, 2014 at 06:25 PM..