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How operation in Syria helps Russian army
Friday, 21 October 2016 09:43
The Russian Aerospace Forces operation in Syria has revealed some constructional deficiencies in the Russian military equipment, the Minister of Defence Sergey Shoygu said. Before that the Russian Defence Minister Shoygu reported that Russian state-of-the-art weapon had showed its reliability and efficiency in course of operation in Syria...
Russia will respond to new sanctions and that will hurt
Thursday, 20 October 2016 07:21
"If the US, contrary to common sense and painful to itself experience, still takes the path of further expansion of sanctions, I assure you, there are moves in our arsenal that will be quite painful. First of all, it relates to the US position in the world and US policy for Russia and the European sector on the whole," senior Russian official said...
Anti-Russian sanctions: Do not rock the boat!
Tuesday, 18 October 2016 07:36
One can hear calls to expand sanctions against Russia on a daily basis. Now the West considers a possibility to impose sanctions for cyberattacks and the killings of civilians in Aleppo. However, the biggest paradox in the issue of anti-Russian sanctions is the fact that most of Eastern Europe continues buying Russian gas in huge amounts...
Italian MPs in Crimea: Europe without Russia is not Europe
Monday, 17 October 2016 09:50
A member of the regional parliament of Veneto, Italy, visited the Crimea with the delegation of Italian politicians and businessmen on October 13-16. Following the visit, the Italian MP said that the EU would lift its sanctions against the Crimea. The history of relations between the Roman Empire and the Crimea counts more than 2,000 years...
Grave development: Russia slashes budget for official funerals
Wednesday, 12 October 2016 13:03

The economic crisis in Russia is forcing not only civilians but also entire ministries to reduce their expenses. This has even affected specific areas such as funerals: The Russian Defense Ministry has reduced its anticipated budget for burying top government officials (presidents, prime ministers and ministers) by almost 50 percent, from 1.1...

Putin describes the smell in Russia's relations with the West
Wednesday, 12 October 2016 10:52
"You know, it's very difficult to have a dialogue with the incumbent US administration. There's almost no dialogue at all. What does it look like? The US administration sets forth its requirements and then insists we should meet them. This is no dialogue, this is some kind of dictate. And that is what's going on with almost each issue," Putin said...
Defense Ministry to set up training range in western Russia
Wednesday, 12 October 2016 10:18

A new training range measuring more than 50 square kilometers will be set up in the Bryansk Region in west Russia by the yearend, Russian Western Military District spokesman Igor Muginov said.

The training range will be used to train up to 1,000 servicemen simultaneously, the spokesman added.

"Training areas have been established at the range to...

Russia and Armenia to set up joint air defense system in the Caucasus
Wednesday, 12 October 2016 09:10

The Armenian parliament has ratified an agreement between Moscow and Yerevan on the establishment of a single air defense system in the Caucasus region. On Oct. 7 Russian President Vladimir Putin asked the Russian State Duma to also approve the agreement, which is aimed at improving security along Russia’s southern border.

The agreement is...

Putin cancels visit to Paris as France made it clear 'It's not the time'
Wednesday, 12 October 2016 08:56

Russian President Vladimir Putin has cancelled his visit to Paris on October 19 as France had send a signal "It is not the time for visits."

Speaking at the Russian Calling forum on Oct. 12, Putin said that he had "a very good relationship" with French President Francois Hollande.

"In fact, we have not even canceled the visit. However, France let us...

Americans smile malignantly, when Russia speaks of its independence
Tuesday, 11 October 2016 13:20
Despite a plethora of problems, the "civilized international community" seems to be preoccupied with only one question: "How can we punish Russia even more?" "We've had the Crimea, the Donbas, the Minsk Accords, now it is Syria's turn." How should Russia deal with all of those "punishments" that do not seem to end?...
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