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Maria Zakharova: Lavrov to hold talks with Blinken in Geneva on January 21

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will meet with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken in Geneva on January 21, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told a news briefing...

New move in Ukrainian clampdown on Russian language

Russian-language media in Ukraine will now be forced to publish a secondary version in the country's official tongue under a new law that selectively bans "foreign" language publications that...

Energy Iran opens its first super heavy oil refinery in Qeshm

Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi is to officially inaugurate a first super heavy oil refinery in Iran on Friday as the country moves ahead with plans to develop its massive...

After Kazakhstan, the color revolution era is over

What happened in Kazakhstan increasingly looks like a US-Turkish-British-Israeli-led coup d'etat attempt foiled dramatically by their Eurasian adversariesThe year 2022 started with Kazakhstan on fire, a serious attack against...

Wendy Sherman: NATO again warns Russia about severe costs if it invades Ukraine

The United States and allies once more warned Russia at the Wednesday meeting of the NATO-Russia Council about significant measures if Moscow invades Ukraine, US Deputy Secretary of State...

Christine Lambrecht: Don’t drag Nord Stream 2 into conflict over Ukraine

German Defence Minister Christine Lambrecht on Thursday warned against drawing a link between the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, meant to transport natural gas from Russia to Germany, and the...

Ruslan Bortnik: NATO set to negotiate with Russia only informally on not taking Ukraine...

NATO is ready to negotiate with Russia on not granting Ukraine and Georgia admission to the Western-led bloc, but will not agree to bind this agreement legally, says Ruslan...

Anatoly Antonov: Russia won’t be intimidated by ‘crippling’ sanctions

The US Congress’ call for new sanctions against Russia, including restrictions on the country’s leadership, will not intimidate Moscow, Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov said in...

Russian gas supplies to the EU through Ukraine decreased by more than 50%

Moscow, January 10. Average temperatures in Europe have risen, affecting the supply of natural gas from Russia in the first week of the new year. Writes about this "Kommersant".Gazprom...

Shooting resumes in Almaty

Gunfire resumed in Almaty as nightfall emerged, the Mir-24 TV channel reported. According to the TV channel, eyewitnesses confirmed that clashes took place in the vicinity of Republic Square. The military...

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Belarusian leader points to escalating situation at republic’s border with Ukraine

The situation at Belarus’ southern borders is constantly deteriorating, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said on Monday as he approved the border guard service’s 2022...

NATO sends ships and fighter jets to eastern Europe

NATO said Monday that it’s putting extra forces on standby and sending more ships and fighter jets to eastern Europe as Russia continues its...

U.S. tells diplomats’ families to leave Ukraine, weighs troop options

The U.S. State Department announced Sunday it was ordering diplomats' family members to leave Ukraine, as U.S. President Joe Biden weighed options for boosting...

Russia’s embassy calls on London to stop dangerous provocations about Ukraine

Russia’s embassy in the UK has urged the British Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office to stop dangerous rhetorical provocations about Ukraine, explaining anti-Russian propaganda...

Ukraine receives second batch of U.S. weapons in Russian stand-off

Ukraine's Defence Minister Oleksii Reznikov said on Sunday the country had received a second consignment of weapons from the United States as part of...