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News from Russia (english)
05 Mar 2003
Russians show how anti-war people can be when they are not being filled with lies and propaganda by the war-profiteers.
China shares our approach- Russian foreign minister

Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov said that China, a veto-wielding member of the United Nations Security Council, shared the views of pro-peace powers France, Russia and Germany on solving the crisis in Iraq. Ivanov was speaking after a meeting on Wednesday with French Foreign Minister Dominique de Villepin and German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer at which the three agreed to back more U.N. weapons inspections in Iraq.
"I can tell you that our Chinese partners share our approach," Ivanov told reporters after the meeting. Russia and France are veto-wielding members of the U.N. Security Council. Germany is one of the Council's 10 rotating members. //Reuters

Most Russians oppose war in Iraq- poll

The overwhelming majority of Russians oppose military action against Iraq, the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center has said. This information is based on the results of a poll totaling 1,600 people, which was conducted in late February and early March.
93% of respondents said they oppose the bombing of Iraq and only 3% said they back it. The situation with possible military action against Iraq is the same: 91% of respondents are against it and only 5% are for it. Eighty-seven percent of respondents oppose a possible temporary occupation of Iraq by troops of the U.S. and its allies, and only 6% said they favour it.//Interfax

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