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埃及总统与俄罗斯加强友谊//假定继承人和他的儿子与谈判将于今天在克里姆林宫与俄罗斯总统普京和埃及况统穆巴拉克之间进行.这次会议能带来了累累硕果.两国同是联合国确定的烦扰霸权角色扮演美国在世界政治.莫斯科想至少部分挽回昔日辉煌,认为俄罗斯开罗回归将使这个中心,突出了超级大国争夺.军事技术合作形式的基础俄罗斯埃经贸关系.埃及军队仍手持苏联武器,这些需要现代化.去年,开罗与莫斯科签订合同数为塔-M、韩尔M1-2、kvadratsilkaIgla型便携式防空导弹和600导弹系统配合.莫斯科知道开罗的埃及空军计划改装为300万美元.埃及显然决定购买中国FC-1战斗机,但莫斯科打算谈判中说服埃及人买较贵但在技术上优于FC-1的米格-29.,埃及计划米格-21飞机将在2010年退休.俄罗斯计划不会到此为止.Gazprom是指望进入埃及天然气生产部门.当地天然气储量估计为1.76万亿美元,在埃及立方米及其发展提供广阔、尤其是如果埃约天然气管道延伸至叙利亚和黎巴嫩.最后,穆巴拉克宣布埃及复活原子计画,已经对切尔诺贝利灾难mothballs自.埃及政府已清楚表明它希望帮助俄罗斯.莫斯科和开罗驱动因素之一是,缅怀旧时密切.还有一种意见循环在克里姆林宫,俄罗斯联邦的道路全面的世界强权地位贯穿中东.如果俄罗斯在这个动荡不安的权威和影响收益和石油资源富集区,它可以再次就美国同等的推移理论.由于埃及是阿拉伯世界的领导国家,密切的政治和经济联系的一个主要目标是开罗莫斯科.更何况这是苏联崩溃埃关系在30年前导致莫斯科排除在中东及其区域政治.开罗想要回到当年风光多达俄罗斯有意称得上超级大国.埃及人的逻辑很简单.在冷战期间,美国与苏联之间的回旋带来大量的武器、工业产品及其他形式的援助,包括现金.在单极世界,这种功德是不可思议的.华盛顿在其机翼在开罗举行的1979年自付埃及每年约10亿美元.这是不够开罗但美国可能削减,提心越来越经常.穆巴拉克似乎是借重普京亲自在追求他的目标.78岁的埃及领导人呼吁普京留任为第三届再赴莫斯科."据他所知,在俄罗斯和世界的良好条件.他明白一切.让他留下来,"穆巴拉克恳求.穆巴拉克领导他的国家从1981年到2011年,将离任.他已培养了43岁的儿子加迈勒接任.穆巴拉克已经成功加迈勒父亲担任执政党民族民主党.他现在必须在世界舞台上推出.莫斯科可以提供了一个机会,埃及总统试车未来的公关活动.生意人取得资料,可要求穆巴拉克儿子在克里姆林宫接见了为民族民主党代表团团长.俄罗斯总统不会拒绝这项要求.中国也是世界上第二个权力追求地位,北京是穆巴拉克的下一站后莫斯科.

英文原文:

Egyptian President Reinforces Friendship with Russia

// With his son and presumed heir

Negotiations will take place in the Kremlin today between Presidents of Russia and Egypt Vladimir Putin and Hosni Mubarak. The meeting could bring numerous results. The two countries are united in their annoyance with the hegemonic role the United States plays in world politics. Moscow would like to restore at least a fraction of its former glory and Cairo thinks that Russia's return to prominence would make it the center of the superpowers' rivalry again.

Military technical cooperation forms the basis of Russian-Egyptian economic relations today. The Egyptian Army is still armed with Soviet weapons, and those need modernization. Last year, Moscow concluded several contracts with Cairo to provide Tor-M1, Buk-M1-2 Kvadrat and Silka antiaircraft missile complexes and 600 portable Igla missile systems.

Moscow is aware of Cairo's plans to refit the Egyptian Air Force for $300 million. Egypt has apparently decided to purchase Chinese Super-1 fighter jets, but Moscow intends to outdo the Chinese and convince the Egyptians to buy the more expensive but militarily superior MiG-29 by making a trade-in deal on the Soviet MiG-21 planes that Egypt plans to retire by 2010.

Russia's plans do not end there. Gazprom is counting on entering the Egyptian natural gas production sector. Local gas reserves in Egypt are estimated at 1.76 trillion cubic meters and their development offer great promise, especially if the Egypt-Jordan gas pipeline is extended to Syria and Lebanon. Finally, Mubarak announced the revival of the Egyptian atomic program, which had been on mothballs since the Chernobyl catastrophe. The Egyptian government has already made it clear that it is hoping for assistance from Russia.

One factor driving Moscow and Cairo closer is nostalgia for old times. There is an opinion circulating in the Kremlin that the Russian Federation's path to full-fledged world-power status runs through the Middle East. If Russia gains authority and influence in that turbulent and oil-rich region, it will once again be able to speak to the United States on equal terms, the theory goes. Since Egypt is the leading country of the Arab world, close political and economic ties with Cairo are a primary goal for Moscow. That is all the more so since the collapse of Soviet-Egyptian relations 30 years ago led to Moscow's exclusion from the Middle East and its regional politics.

Cairo wants to return to those bygone days as much as Russia wants to be called a superpower again. The Egyptians' logic is simple. During the Cold War, its maneuvering between the U.S. and USSR brought it huge quantities of weapons, industrial goods and other forms of aid, including cash. In the unipolar world, such beneficence is unimaginable. Washington, which took Cairo under its wing in 1979, pays Egypt about $1 billion per year. That is not enough for Cairo, but the U.S. is mentioning the possibility of cutting that sum more and more often.

Mubarak seems to be counting on Putin personally in the pursuit of his goals. The 78-year-old Egyptian leader called on Putin to remain in office for a third term before leaving for Moscow. “He knows conditions in Russia and the world well. He understands everything. Let him stay,” Mubarak beseeched. Mubarak has led his country since 1981 and will leave office in 2011. He is already grooming his 43-year-old son Gamal as his successor. Gamal Mubarak has already succeeded his father as head of the ruling National Democratic Party. Now he must be introduced on the world stage. Moscow may provide an opportunity for a test run of the future Egyptian president's PR campaign. Kommersant has obtained information that Hosni Mubarak may ask that his son be received at the Kremlin as the head of a National Democratic Party delegation. The Russian president is unlikely to refuse that request. China is also seeking the status of second world power, and Beijing is Mubarak's next stop after Moscow.

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