Moscow security conference 2017 | Colonel Cassad



A compilation video of performances at the Moscow security conference. The conference was very representative and it has been said many interesting things, especially a lot of fuss about the statement on nuclear threats to Russia (but more on that separately).

Report of TC “Star” on the conference.


Speech by chief of General staff Gerasimov.

Speech of the Director of FSB Bortnikov.

The speech of the defense Minister of Iran Brigadier General Dekhana.

Speech of defence Minister of India Arun Jaitly.

Speech of defence Minister of Pakistan Khawaja Asif.

The speech of the Minister of defence of Brazil Raul Jungmann Pinto.

The speech of the Minister of defense of Belarus Andrei Ravkov.

The speech of the Minister of defense of Kazakhstan Zhasuzakov.

The speech of ex-President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai.

The speech of the Minister of defence of Serbia Djordjevic.

More presentations (Lavrov and Zannier, Sergei Shoigu, Mesic, Simeonidis, Feltman, Patrushev, etc.)

Today in the continuation of the event were the representatives of China, the head of the SVR Sergey Naryshkin, representatives of African and Asian States.

Speech of the Deputy head of China.

The Minister of defense of the Filipino.

So now is “international isolation”.

It should also be noted that yesterday held talks with Iran, where the parties agreed to continue and strengthen military cooperation, which is important, because it is Russia, with Iran playing a key role in the coalition supporting Syria and the strap is still a decent time have to pull together.

In addition, talks were held with Pakistan, Brazil, Venezuela and several countries.

Fomin and Minister of defence of Venezuela.

Talks with Gerasimov chief of the General staff of Jordan.

With the chief of staff of Nicaragua.

Negotiations with Cameroon.


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