Milan Zver

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Milan Zver said : “We want to warn that the free functioning of anti-establishment movements or parties could create risks or lead to major political conflicts or even civil war. We do not want that, this is just a warning,” External link

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Milan Zver said : "In this regard, I support Maryam Rajavi and the Iranian opposition movement to restoredemocracy, justice and freedom in Iran”. Dr. Alejo Vidal Quadras, president of International Committee in Search of Justice (ISJ) and former vice president of the European Parliament chaired the conference. Ambassador Giulio Terzi, former foreign minister of Italy, Mohammad Mohaddessin, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and Farzin Hashemi, representative of the Iranian opposition in the court inAntwerp, Belgium, spoke during the conference. In his presentation, Ambassador Terzi criticized the EU policy on Iran and said that afterthe findings of the judicial investigation in Belgium about the role of the Iranian regime in the terrorist plot against the NCRI annual gathering, the EU must review its policy on Iran and end business as usual with Tehran. Offering an overall picture of the current situation in Iran, Mohaddessin said: “Today, the world has a unique opportunity to deal once and for all with the Iranian regime,which has posed a major threat to regional and global peace and security. This is while the regime is at its weakest point and the Iranian people's struggle to overthrow thetheocracy has reached a historic milestone. The nationwide uprisings in 2018 and inNovember 2019 have shown that the Iranian people want change. In their protests inJanuary 2020, Iranians were chanting 'death to the dictator, whether the Shah or the leader', signalling their desire for a democratic, pluralist republic in Iran”. He added: “The experience of the past 41 years has made it clear that no amount ofeconomic and political concessions can change the behavior of the ruling theocracy inIran. The fact is that the regime is unwilling and incapable of changing its behavior. Human rights abuses and export of terrorism are part of the regime’s DNA, critical forpreserving its rule”. NCRI’s Foreign Affairs Committee chair stressed: “It is time after decades ofappeasement, for the international community, especially the EU, to stand with theIranian people and recognize their desire for freedom and democracy. The worldcommunity must simply hold the regime to account for its egregious behavior and adopt a firm policy. “All political and commercial ties with Tehran must be made contingent on a halt inexecutions and torture and respect for the rights of the Iranian people to expressthemselves freely and assemble without the feat or prospects of being shot or arrested,” Mohaddessin emphasized. Hashemi provided a detailed report about the court proceedings in Belgium. He said that after 40 years of engaging in acts of terrorism, the Iranian regime and its so-calleddiplomat have been caught red-handed. He explained that the decision for this terrorist act was taken at the National Supreme Security Council (SNSC), headed by Hassan Rouhani, and approved by Khamenei. The minister of Intelligence and Security was assigned to implement the plan in co-ordination with, and co-operation of, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Javad Zarif, the Iranian regime’s foreign minister sits in the SNSC, which made the decision. Based on undeniable facts, the nearly three-year investigation proved that AssadollahAssadi, the Iranian regime’s Vienna-based diplomat had brought the bomb from Iran viaa commercial airline and then handed it over to the bombers with instructions on how touse it. The investigation also concluded that Assadi was acting on behalf of the Iranian regime and not in his personal capacity. Hashemi concluded that while the court will render its judgement in January, given the undeniable evidence about the role of the Iranian regime in this terrorist plot, it was time to end the policy of appeasement which has only emboldened them to act with impunity. Summing up the conference, Dr. Vidal Quadras reiterated the call by Ambassador Terziand other speakers for the adoption of a firm policy by the European Union on Iran. Friends of a Free Iran (FoFI) is an informal intergroup in the European Parliament which was formed in 2003 and enjoys the active support of many MEPs from various political groups. More than a quarter of a century later and continents apart, Belle Barbu managed to track down her biological family. The American young woman who now lives in Utah was born in Romania in 1994 to an impoverished family, writes Cristian Gherasim. According to Belle Barbu her parents thought she died soon after birth. “Soon after birth, doctors told my parents I was very ill and I need to remain hospitalized for a bit more time. My parent went home and returned to the hospital a few days later. The doctors told them I was dead and there was nothing they could do”. Belle Barbu explained how a nurse told her parent the truth about how she was taken from the hospital and sold. “I later learned how my family tried to find me, driving to each and every orphanage in search for me until they used up all their savings”. Growing up, she realized that her US family looked nothing like her and was told she was adopted as birth. “The story my adoptive family told me is that my biological parents didn’t want me and that they gave me away. That made me ashamed, but even more determined to find out where I am from and who my real parents are”. Ms. Barbu joined a Facebook group that helps adopted Romanian find their biological families. She soon found out not only found out the name of her mother and father but also the fact that she has several siblings. “I uncovered that I have two brothers, 20 year old Moise and and 29 year old Florian. I also have 33 year old sister. Group organizers help translate the conversation between me and my family as I do not speak Romanian. It was all very emotional”. Like many other Romanians emigrating abroad, her biological family too now lives in Italy near Rome and Belle Barbu managed last year to travel and see them. Amid the fiasco of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF), which failed to form an interim government in divided Libya, the result of talks Wednesday between economic institutions representing the two sides to the conflict was an unexpected success, Bloomberg reported. Stephany Williams, the Acting Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the UN and current head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) recognized Tuesday that LPDF went to impasse as talks since November failed to form interim authorities in the country. The only result was an established date for new elections in December 2021. As Williams noted, the UN was forced to set up an advisory committee to bridge the differences between participants in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum. On Wednesday, however, encouraging news came from Switzerland. Representatives from the two branches of the Central Bank of Libya (one in Tobruk and the other in Tripoli), the Audit Bureau, the Ministry of Finance and the National Oil Corporation agreed to merge the banking institutions and define a single exchange rate. Stephanie Williams said in a statement that " External link

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Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
candidat7.18%FR12/02/201202/12/2012
eurodiputado0.55%ES11/12/201212/11/2012
minister68.51%SL05/09/200909/05/2009
ministra21.55%SL04/15/200815/04/2008
ministru2.21%SL12/05/200705/12/2007
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Milan ZverDE13.79%
Milan ZverFR13.79%
Milan ZverEU13.79%
Milan ZverSL13.79%
Milan ZverPL13.79%
Milan ZverEN13.79%
Milan ZverIT13.79%
Milana ZveraSL1.80%
Милан ЗверRU1.35%
Milanu ZveruSL0.30%
Milen ZverDA0.00%


 
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Milan Zver

Last updated on 2012-12-05T21:32+0300.

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Milan Zver said : “We want to warn that the free functioning of anti-establishment movements or parties could create risks or lead to major political conflicts or even civil war. We do not want that, this is just a warning,” External link

euractiv-eu-fr Monday, June 21, 2021 9:36:00 AM EAT

Milan Zver said : "In this regard, I support Maryam Rajavi and the Iranian opposition movement to restoredemocracy, justice and freedom in Iran”. Dr. Alejo Vidal Quadras, president of International Committee in Search of Justice (ISJ) and former vice president of the European Parliament chaired the conference. Ambassador Giulio Terzi, former foreign minister of Italy, Mohammad Mohaddessin, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and Farzin Hashemi, representative of the Iranian opposition in the court inAntwerp, Belgium, spoke during the conference. In his presentation, Ambassador Terzi criticized the EU policy on Iran and said that afterthe findings of the judicial investigation in Belgium about the role of the Iranian regime in the terrorist plot against the NCRI annual gathering, the EU must review its policy on Iran and end business as usual with Tehran. Offering an overall picture of the current situation in Iran, Mohaddessin said: “Today, the world has a unique opportunity to deal once and for all with the Iranian regime,which has posed a major threat to regional and global peace and security. This is while the regime is at its weakest point and the Iranian people's struggle to overthrow thetheocracy has reached a historic milestone. The nationwide uprisings in 2018 and inNovember 2019 have shown that the Iranian people want change. In their protests inJanuary 2020, Iranians were chanting 'death to the dictator, whether the Shah or the leader', signalling their desire for a democratic, pluralist republic in Iran”. He added: “The experience of the past 41 years has made it clear that no amount ofeconomic and political concessions can change the behavior of the ruling theocracy inIran. The fact is that the regime is unwilling and incapable of changing its behavior. Human rights abuses and export of terrorism are part of the regime’s DNA, critical forpreserving its rule”. NCRI’s Foreign Affairs Committee chair stressed: “It is time after decades ofappeasement, for the international community, especially the EU, to stand with theIranian people and recognize their desire for freedom and democracy. The worldcommunity must simply hold the regime to account for its egregious behavior and adopt a firm policy. “All political and commercial ties with Tehran must be made contingent on a halt inexecutions and torture and respect for the rights of the Iranian people to expressthemselves freely and assemble without the feat or prospects of being shot or arrested,” Mohaddessin emphasized. Hashemi provided a detailed report about the court proceedings in Belgium. He said that after 40 years of engaging in acts of terrorism, the Iranian regime and its so-calleddiplomat have been caught red-handed. He explained that the decision for this terrorist act was taken at the National Supreme Security Council (SNSC), headed by Hassan Rouhani, and approved by Khamenei. The minister of Intelligence and Security was assigned to implement the plan in co-ordination with, and co-operation of, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Javad Zarif, the Iranian regime’s foreign minister sits in the SNSC, which made the decision. Based on undeniable facts, the nearly three-year investigation proved that AssadollahAssadi, the Iranian regime’s Vienna-based diplomat had brought the bomb from Iran viaa commercial airline and then handed it over to the bombers with instructions on how touse it. The investigation also concluded that Assadi was acting on behalf of the Iranian regime and not in his personal capacity. Hashemi concluded that while the court will render its judgement in January, given the undeniable evidence about the role of the Iranian regime in this terrorist plot, it was time to end the policy of appeasement which has only emboldened them to act with impunity. Summing up the conference, Dr. Vidal Quadras reiterated the call by Ambassador Terziand other speakers for the adoption of a firm policy by the European Union on Iran. Friends of a Free Iran (FoFI) is an informal intergroup in the European Parliament which was formed in 2003 and enjoys the active support of many MEPs from various political groups. More than a quarter of a century later and continents apart, Belle Barbu managed to track down her biological family. The American young woman who now lives in Utah was born in Romania in 1994 to an impoverished family, writes Cristian Gherasim. According to Belle Barbu her parents thought she died soon after birth. “Soon after birth, doctors told my parents I was very ill and I need to remain hospitalized for a bit more time. My parent went home and returned to the hospital a few days later. The doctors told them I was dead and there was nothing they could do”. Belle Barbu explained how a nurse told her parent the truth about how she was taken from the hospital and sold. “I later learned how my family tried to find me, driving to each and every orphanage in search for me until they used up all their savings”. Growing up, she realized that her US family looked nothing like her and was told she was adopted as birth. “The story my adoptive family told me is that my biological parents didn’t want me and that they gave me away. That made me ashamed, but even more determined to find out where I am from and who my real parents are”. Ms. Barbu joined a Facebook group that helps adopted Romanian find their biological families. She soon found out not only found out the name of her mother and father but also the fact that she has several siblings. “I uncovered that I have two brothers, 20 year old Moise and and 29 year old Florian. I also have 33 year old sister. Group organizers help translate the conversation between me and my family as I do not speak Romanian. It was all very emotional”. Like many other Romanians emigrating abroad, her biological family too now lives in Italy near Rome and Belle Barbu managed last year to travel and see them. Amid the fiasco of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF), which failed to form an interim government in divided Libya, the result of talks Wednesday between economic institutions representing the two sides to the conflict was an unexpected success, Bloomberg reported. Stephany Williams, the Acting Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the UN and current head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) recognized Tuesday that LPDF went to impasse as talks since November failed to form interim authorities in the country. The only result was an established date for new elections in December 2021. As Williams noted, the UN was forced to set up an advisory committee to bridge the differences between participants in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum. On Wednesday, however, encouraging news came from Switzerland. Representatives from the two branches of the Central Bank of Libya (one in Tobruk and the other in Tripoli), the Audit Bureau, the Ministry of Finance and the National Oil Corporation agreed to merge the banking institutions and define a single exchange rate. Stephanie Williams said in a statement that " External link

eureporter Sunday, December 20, 2020 3:23:00 PM EAT



Key Titles and Phrases Count Lang Last Seen
candidat7.18%FR12/02/201202/12/2012
eurodiputado0.55%ES11/12/201212/11/2012
minister68.51%SL05/09/200909/05/2009
ministra21.55%SL04/15/200815/04/2008
ministru2.21%SL12/05/200705/12/2007
Names Lang Count
Milan ZverDE13.79%
Milan ZverFR13.79%
Milan ZverEU13.79%
Milan ZverSL13.79%
Milan ZverPL13.79%
Milan ZverEN13.79%
Milan ZverIT13.79%
Milana ZveraSL1.80%
Милан ЗверRU1.35%
Milanu ZveruSL0.30%
Milen ZverDA0.00%


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