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    Kremlin believes Russia’s new Iskander missiles will help to contain nuclear threats

    The capabilities of the Iskander-M ballistic missile system make it possible to repel even a nuclear threat, which is relevant in light the worsening situation around North Korea, RIA Novosti reported, citing the head of the Defense Committee of the Federation Council and former Commander of the VKS (Russian Space Forces) Viktor Bondarev. Earlier...

    Donbas conflict: militants shell Ukrainian positions nine times, no losses

    Situation was most tense in Avdiivka area …read more Source:...

    Putin promises to respond to US on ‘oppression of Russian media’

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a meeting of the Valdai Discussion Club that Moscow would act in kind in the case of the oppression of Russian media in the US, reports Interfax. “In this case, we would only act symmetrically, and fairly quickly,” the Russian leader said. “As soon as we see concrete steps restricting the...

    Putin compares ‘referendums’ in Crimea and Catalonia

    At the final plenary session of the Valdai Club in Sochi, Russian President Vladimir Putin compared the “referendums” in annexed Crimea and Catalonia. “In the situation with Catalonia we saw the unanimous condemnation of independence supporters by the European Union and a whole range of other states. In this connection, I have to point out: You...

    Despite differences in historical issues, Poland wants partnership with Ukraine – Polish FM

    Despite a number of complex problems in bilateral relations, in particular, differences in historical issues, Warsaw considers Kyiv as a partner, the Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Witold Waszczykowski wrote in the Polish outlet Rzeczpospolita. “A partnership with Ukraine remains a key task of our country’s foreign policy. It is a deep...

    Poland refuses to sign joint letter to Ukraine on Law on Education

    Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski has denied a request from Hungarian counterpart Péter Szijjártó to sign a joint letter to the authorities of Ukraine regarding the law “On Education” as stated by Waszczykowski in an interview with the Hungarian publication Heti Valasz, reports Rzeczpospolita. Waszczykowski drew attention...

    HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK: OCT. 16 – OCT. 20

    Protests near Ukrainian Parliament, deadly car accident, medical and electoral reform, cancellation of parliamentary immunity, etc. …read more Source:...

    Crimean authorities: Turkey’s refusal to accept ships from Crimea is a ‘political statement’ against Russia

    The head of the Kremlin-controlled Crimean parliament, Vladimir Konstantinov, believes that the decision by Turkish leadership to ban the reception of ships from the closed ports of the Russian-annexed Crimea will not affect the economy of the peninsula in any way. He told journalists about this in Simferopol, RIA Krym reports. “By and...

    Organizers of protest in Kyiv attempted to destabilize situation in Ukraine, they needed blood, – Poroshenko

    President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said the chief organizers of the protest near the Verkhovna Rada building in Kyiv downtown aimed at destabilizing the situation in the country, and their official demands were just a cover-up. …read more Source:...

    Deadly car accident in Kharkiv. New VIDEO from surveillance cameras

    A new video recorded by surveillance cameras that shows the moments of the deadly car accident at Sumska Street in Kharkiv has been published online. …read more Source:...

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