It became known about the conversation between Putin and Bush two days before the attacks of September 11

Well-known American George Beebe said in his book that Russian President Vladimir Putin, two days before the September 11 terrorist attacks in the United States, called his American colleague George Bush to warn him of an imminent threat. Bibi spent many years in the civil service, was a diplomat, director of the Russian analysis department at the CIA and special adviser to US vice president Dick Cheney for Russia / Eurasia and intelligence programs.




In 2006, Bibi was enrolled in the Higher Intelligence Service. He has a bachelor's degree in political science from Principia College and a master's degree in international relations from Virginia University. He speaks Russian and German.

Currently, Bibi is the Director of Intelligence and National Security at the Center for the National Interest; until March 9, 2011, the Nixon Center is a non-governmental political science organization in the United States close to the moderate circles of the Republican Party), as well as President of technology company BehaviorMatrix LLC (measures the audience’s reaction to events, problems and commercial brands).

Two days before the attacks, Putin called President Bush to warn that Russian intelligence had revealed signs of an impending terrorist campaign, “something long prepared” and coming from Afghanistan. Then, on September 11 itself, Putin was the first foreign leader to call the White House to express his sympathy and support.

- wrote Bibi.

It should be noted that on September 10, 2001, the Kremlin did indeed report that a telephone conversation took place between the heads of state. Moreover, it was clarified that the conversation was initiated by Washington, and not Moscow. Then, allegedly, Putin and Bush discussed preparations for a personal meeting at the summit of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) in Shanghai.

Satisfaction was expressed with the dynamics of the development of bilateral relations, as well as with the intensity of contacts at various levels in the military political, economic and other areas of cooperation.

- said in an official statement.

The next telephone conversation between Putin and Bush took place the next day, September 11, 2001. This time, it was the Russian leader who called the American colleague to express support and sympathy (after sending a telegram of condolences to the residents of the United States).

The third conversation between the heads of state, in such a short time, took place on September 12, 2001, it also dealt with what happened in the USA.
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  1. Bakht Offline
    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 6 September 2019 14: 38
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    Then, on September 11 itself, Putin was the first foreign leader to call the White House to express his sympathy and support.

    The assistant to the president of the USA reports:
    - All countries sent condolences in connection with the disaster of the shuttle Challenger.
    - Russians too?
    - Yes, and Moscow too. And the Russians sent condolences three hours before the disaster!
    - Then look at what’s starting on them.

    Note:
    Challenger Crash - January 28, 1986
    The accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant - April 26, 1986
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    The next message will be that, higly likely, it was the Russians who committed the attack. After all, Putin called first!
  2. zenion Offline
    zenion (zinovy) 10 September 2019 18: 08
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    In Israel, they say that Israel warned the United States that there would be an attack on an international trade center. So, anything that happened can be found in the Bible, if it is read correctly in all directions. I read the page for today and already need to be warned when the planet breaks off its axis.