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    Russian military reports discovery of chemical weapon facility in Douma

    The armed opposition could have used the lab to produce the banned poisonous agents, – Russia’s NBC Protection troops …read more Source:...

    Nordstream2 opens road for Russian offensive in Ukraine, subjects EU to gas wars – Energy panel at Kyiv Security Forum

    Vadym Glamazdin: “I would like to refocus our discussion around Nordstream2 from its perception as a geopolitical project to its understanding as part of cooperation with the Russian Federation. A lot has been said about the threats which it might bring to Ukraine and rest of Europe. But I will give you an example of what … The post Nordstream2...

    Lavrov: Russia’s relations with the West are now worse than they were during the Cold War

    The Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sergei Lavrov, stated in an interview with BBC that Russia’s relations with the West are worse than during the Cold War period. “We are losing the last remnants of trust in our western partners who prefer to act on very strange logic… There were channels of communication during the Cold War...

    To resist Putin, we need to create belt of successful countries around Russia: Lithuanian ex-Prime Minister

    During the 2017 Kyiv Security Forum, Mr. Kubilius presented the Lithuanian-developed Marshall Plan for Ukraine foreseeing large-scale financial assistance to the country to help spur its development after the Euromaidan Revolution. One year later, during the 11th Forum, he gave the audience an update of how the plan was received, as well as gave...

    Media: Russia bribed President of International Biathlon Union with paid escorts

    According to the German publication Bild, citing sources from the channel ARD, an official Russian delegation paid for call girl services for the President of the International Biathlon Union (IBU) Anders Besseberg in exchange for his support in choosing Tyumen as the host city for the 2021 World Cup. Besseberg, a Norwegian citizen, has taken a...

    Crimean ‘government’ decides to pass Russia Tuzla sandspit

    The strip of land in the Black Sea became the disputed one in 2003, when Russia tried to build the dam from Tamansky peninsula; the attempt proved unsuccessful …read more Source:...

    Kyiv: Ukraine will not withdraw from the CIS treaties on transit, diplomas and employment

    Ukraine will not denounce agreements within the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) in the fields of transit, recognition of diplomas and employment, the representative of the President in the Verkhovna Rada, Iryna Lutsenko reported. “The Commander-in-Chief urges the government to carry out an inventory of all multilateral treaties...

    Ukrainian activist: Armed Forces of Ukraine inflicted heavy damage on pro-Russian militants near Svitlodarsk

    In the Svitlodarsk salient in the Donbass, Ukrainian military destroyed the so-called Furunkul reinforced position of the separatists and “thinned the troops of the invaders,” Ukrainian volunteer Yuriy Mysyagin reported on Facebook. According to him, “terrorists and admirers of the ‘Russian world’ in the Donbas” are in...

    MEPs offer EU governments to boycott FIFA World Cup in Russia, – reporter

    46 lawmakers signed the letter, in which they urge the officials to ignore the event because of the Kremlin’s aggression in Ukraine – specifically, the annexation of Crimea, Donbas conflict, and holding Ukrainian citizens as political prisoners …read more Source:...

    Media: Israel alarmed by potential delivery of Russian S-300 missile systems to Syria

    Israel fears that the supply of Russian S-300 missile systems to Syria will jeopardize the “freedom of action” of the Israeli Air Force in its neighboring state, El País reports. In addition, Israel is concerned that the deployment of more modern systems in Syria could protect Damascus from “future retaliatory measures.”...

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