IN RUSSIAN

Berlin does not recognize Crimea referendum results

17 March 2014 - 3:18pm

A spokesman for the German Cabinet, Stephan Siebert, said that the German government does not recognize the results of the Crimean referendum, RIA Novosti reports.
He reminded that it was a violation of the Ukrainian Constitution and of international law.

A spokesman for the German Cabinet, Stephan Siebert, said that the German government does not recognize the results of the Crimean referendum, RIA Novosti reports.

He reminded that it was a violation of the Ukrainian Constitution and of international law.

Read also

Oct 21 2014 - 13:42
CSTO Secretary General Nikolai Bordyuzha told the 10th International Conference on Terrorism and Electronic Media that the international anti-terrorist coalition was splitting, while terrorist organizations were consolidating, TASS reports.He blamed Obama for breaking the coalition. Al-Qaeda and small organizations were joining ISIS, added Bordyuzha.
Oct 20 2014 - 14:23
Russia has registered 82 cases of illegal imports of unnamed quarantined products from Belarus. Russia warned Belarus that the ban will be imposed on unnamed and unlabeled products on October 20, Gazeta.ru reports.
Oct 20 2014 - 14:14
Iran and the Group of Six will hold a new round of talks in early November, said Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov, TASS reports.The previous round was held in Vienna on October 16. The sides made certain progress and decided not to extend the deadline beyond November 24.
Oct 20 2014 - 12:58
Vladimir Yakunin, the head of Russian Railways, will chair the 61st session of the Council for Railway Transportation of CIS Member-States hosted by Baku on October 21-22. It will be attended by railway authorities of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Georgia, Latvia, Bulgaria, Finland, representatives of Lithuania, Estonia, Iran and the CIS Executive Committee, Russian Railway reports.
Oct 19 2014 - 15:14
Making Russia change its stance by way of sanctions is outdated thinking in an age when diversity of opinion is supposed to be appreciated, Foreign Minister Lavrov believes. The minister says Russia is already “doing more than anybody else” to help Ukraine,
Oct 19 2014 - 12:19
Ukraine will live in peace, the country's President Petro Poroshenko promises.

Archive