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Pressekonferenz am 11.11.2017 in Hanoi (Vietnam)
Eine zerrüttete Welt heilen - mit anderen Nationen gut auskommen
Von Donald Trump

Nun möchte ich aber gleichzeitig - und zwar weil ich das für sehr wichtig halte - in der Lage sein, mit Russland auszukommen, mit China auszukommen, mit Vietnam auszukommen und mit vielen anderen Ländern gut auszukommen, weil es eine Menge von Problemen gibt, für die wir Lösungen finden müssen. Und offen gesagt können insbesondere Russland und China uns beim Problem Nordkorea helfen, das eines unserer wirklich großen Probleme ist. [...] Ich glaube, dass Präsident Putin fest davon überzeugt ist, sich nicht in unsere Wahlen eingemischt zu haben. Und was er glaubt, das glaubt er. Was ich glaube, ist, dass wir uns an die Arbeit machen müssen. [...] Wir müssen uns an die Arbeit machen, um eine Lösung zu finden für Syrien, für Nordkorea, eine Lösung für die Ukraine, eine Lösung für den Terrorismus. Und was viele nicht verstehen, Russland unterliegt bereits sehr, sehr schweren Sanktionen. Das sind Sanktionen auf einem sehr hohen Niveau, und das geschah erst vor Kurzem. Jetzt ist es an der Zeit zurückzukehren dazu, die Welt zu heilen, eine Welt, die zerrüttet und kaputt ist. Das sind sehr wichtige Dinge. Und ich spüre, dass - anstatt ständig gegeneinander zu kämpfen - eine freundschaftliche Haltung gegenüber Russland ein Gewinn für die Welt und ein Gewinn für unser Land ist, und keine Belastung. [...] Mit anderen Nationen gut auszukommen, ist eine gute Sache und keine schlechte Sache. Glauben Sie mir. Es ist eine gute Sache, keine schlechte Sache.




US-Präsident Donald Trump bei der Pressekonferenz am 11.11.2017 in Hanoi (Vietnam)


Siehe weiter unten im Anhang auch die gemeinsame Erklärung der Präsidenten der USA und Russlands, Trump und Putin, in der es u.a. heißt: "Die Präsidenten stimmen darin überein, dass es für den Konflikt in Syrien keine militärische Lösung gibt." (The Presidents agreed that there is no military solution to the conflict in Syria.)


Anhang

Äußerungen von US-Präsident Donald Trump bei der Pressekonferenz am 11.11.2017 im Presidential Palace, Hanoi, Vietnam - englischsprachig


US-Präsident Donald Trump wird gefragt: "There was some uncertainty that brewed back in the United States over your statement that you said, 'When he tells me that, I believe that he means it.' That was taken in some circles, including Senator John McCain, to think that you believe that he is saying he did not interfere in the election. Could you, once and for all, definitively, sir -- yes or no -- say whether or not you believe that President Putin and/or Russia interfered in the election?" Seine Antwort lautet:
 
What I said there, I'm surprised that there's any conflict on this. What I said there is that I believe he believes that, and that's very important for somebody to believe. I believe that he feels that he and Russia did not meddle in the election.
 
As to whether I believe it or not, I'm with our agencies, especially as currently constituted with their leadership. I believe in our intel agencies, our intelligence agencies. I've worked with them very strongly. There weren’t seventeen as was previously reported; there were actually four. But they were saying there was seventeen; there were actually four. But as currently led by fine people, I believe very much in our intelligence agencies.
 
Now, at the same time, I want to be able -- because I think it's very important -- to get along with Russia, to get along with China, to get along with Vietnam, to get along with lots of countries, because we have a lot of things we have to solve. And, frankly, Russia and China in particular can help us with the North Korea problem, which is one of our truly great problems.
 
So I'm not looking to stand and start arguing with somebody when there's reporters all around and cameras recording and seeing our conversation. I think it was very obvious to everybody. I believe that President Putin really feels -- and he feels strongly -- that he did not meddle in our election. What he believes is what he believes.
 
What I believe is that we have to get to work. And I think everybody understood this that heard the answer. We have to get to work to solve Syria, to solve North Korea, to solve Ukraine, to solve terrorism.
 
And, you know, people don't realize Russia has been very, very heavily sanctioned. They were sanctioned at a very high level, and that took place very recently. It's now time to get back to healing a world that is shattered and broken. Those are very important things. And I feel that having Russia in a friendly posture, as opposed to always fighting with them, is an asset to the world and an asset to our country, not a liability.
 
And, by the way, Hillary Clinton had the reset button. She wanted to get back together with Russia. She even spelled "reset" wrong. That's how it started, and then it got worse.
 
President Obama wanted to get along with Russia, but the chemistry wasn't there. Getting along with other nations is a good thing, not a bad thing -- believe me. It's a good thing, not a bad thing.

Quelle: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2017/11/11/remarks-president-trump-and-president-quang-vietnam-joint-press



Videomitschnitt der Pressekonferenz am 11.11.2017 in Hanoi (Vietnam) im youtube-Kanal "The White House" (oben zitierte Äußerungen Trumps ab ca. 16:20) - abrufbar auch bei whitehouse.gov


Die Präsidenten der USA und Russlands, Trump und Putin, erklären am 10.11.2017 in Danang (Vietnam) gemeinsam (gemäß US-Außenministerium):

President Trump and President Putin today, meeting on the margins of the APEC conference in Da Nang, Vietnam, confirmed their determination to defeat ISIS in Syria. They expressed their satisfaction with successful U.S.-Russia enhanced de-confliction efforts between U.S. and Russian military professionals that have dramatically accelerated ISIS’s losses on the battlefield in recent months.

The Presidents agreed to maintain open military channels of communication between military professionals to help ensure the safety of both U.S. and Russian forces and de-confliction of partnered forces engaged in the fight against ISIS. They confirmed these efforts will be continued until the final defeat of ISIS is achieved.

The Presidents agreed that there is no military solution to the conflict in Syria. They confirmed that the ultimate political solution to the conflict must be forged through the Geneva process pursuant to UNSCR 2254. They also took note of President Asad’s recent commitment to the Geneva process and constitutional reform and elections as called for under UNSCR 2254.

The two Presidents affirmed that these steps must include full implementation of UNSCR 2254, including constitutional reform and free and fair elections under UN supervision, held to the highest international standards of transparency, with all Syrians, including members of the diaspora, eligible to participate. The Presidents affirmed their commitment to Syria’s sovereignty, unity, independence, territorial integrity, and non-sectarian character, as defined in UNSCR 2254, and urged all Syrian parties to participate actively in the Geneva political process and to support efforts to ensure its success.

Finally President Trump and President Putin confirmed the importance of de-escalation areas as an interim step to reduce violence in Syria, enforce ceasefire agreements, facilitate unhindered humanitarian access, and set the conditions for the ultimate political solution to the conflict. They reviewed progress on the ceasefire in southwest Syria that was finalized the last time the two Presidents met in Hamburg, Germany on July 7, 2017.

The two presidents, today, welcomed the Memorandum of Principles concluded in Amman, Jordan, on November 8, 2017, between the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the Russian Federation, and the United States of America. This Memorandum reinforces the success of the ceasefire initiative, to include the reduction, and ultimate elimination, of foreign forces and foreign fighters from the area to ensure a more sustainable peace. Monitoring this ceasefire arrangement will continue to take place through the Amman Monitoring Center, with participation by expert teams from the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the Russian Federation, and the United States.

The two Presidents discussed the ongoing need to reduce human suffering in Syria and called on all UN member states to increase their contributions to address these humanitarian needs over the coming months.

In addition, President Trump noted that he had a good meeting with President Putin. He further noted that the successful implementation of the agreements announced today will save thousands of lives.

Quelle: https://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/ps/2017/11/275459.htm (Joint Statement by the President of the United States and the President of the Russian Federation)


Die Präsidenten der USA und Russlands, Trump und Putin, erklären am 10.11.2017 in Danang (Vietnam) gemeinsam (gemäß Kreml):

President Trump and President Putin today, meeting on the margins of the APEC conference in Danang, Vietnam, confirmed their determination to defeat ISIS in Syria. They expressed their satisfaction with successful US-Russia enhanced de-confliction efforts between US and Russian military professionals that have dramatically accelerated ISIS’s losses on the battlefield in recent months. The Presidents agreed to maintain open military channels of communication between military professionals to help ensure the safety of both US and Russian forces and de-confliction of partnered forces engaged in the fight against ISIS. They confirmed these efforts will be continued until the final defeat of ISIS is achieved.

The Presidents agreed that there is no military solution to the conflict in Syria. They confirmed that the ultimate political solution to the conflict must be forged through the Geneva process pursuant to UNSCR 2254. They also took note of President Assad’s recent commitment to the Geneva process and constitutional reform and elections as called for under UNSCR 2254. The two Presidents affirmed that these steps must include full implementation of UNSCR 2254, including constitutional reform and free and fair elections under UN supervision, held to the highest international standards of transparency, with all Syrians, including members of the diaspora, eligible to participate. The Presidents affirmed their commitment to Syria’s sovereignty, unity, independence, territorial integrity, and non-sectarian character, as defined in UNSCR 2254, and urged all Syrian parties to participate actively in the Geneva political process and to support efforts to ensure its success.

Finally President Trump and President Putin confirmed the importance of de-escalation areas as an interim step to reduce violence in Syria, enforce ceasefire agreements, facilitate unhindered humanitarian access, and set the conditions for the ultimate political solution to the conflict. They reviewed progress on the ceasefire in southwest Syria that was finalized the last time the two Presidents met in Hamburg, Germany on July 7, 2017. The two presidents, today, welcomed the Memorandum of Principles concluded in Amman, Jordan, on November 8, 2017, between the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the Russian Federation, and the United States of America. This Memorandum reinforces the success of the ceasefire initiative, to include the reduction, and ultimate elimination of foreign forces and foreign fighters from the area to ensure a more sustainable peace. Monitoring this ceasefire arrangement will continue to take place through the Amman Monitoring Center, with participation by expert teams from the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the Russian Federation, and the United States.

The two Presidents discussed the ongoing need to reduce human suffering in Syria and called on all UN member states to increase their contributions to address these humanitarian needs over the coming months.

Quelle: http://en.kremlin.ru/supplement/5252 (Statement by the Presidents of the Russian Federation and the United States of America)

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