Mikhail Remizov

"International security system in deep crisis"

  Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said that the international security system is in deep crisis. "Unfortunately, we do not yet fully understand what measures and techniques can be …

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 U.S. faces 'sanctions fatigue’?

Republican Senator of Florida Marco Rubio admitted that U.S. Congress’s enthusiasm for additional sanctions against Russia is waning. "We face a little bit of sanctions fatigue around here these days. …

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 What U.S. exit from INF Treaty means?

Russian President Vladimir Putin has discussed the United States’ plans to quit the Intermediate Nuclear Force Treaty with permanent members of Russia’s Security Council, presidential spokesman Dmitry …

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Lavrov vows no third war

Russia is not going to wage war against Ukraine but will respond in kind, if Kiev carries out a provocation on the border with Crimea, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told the Komsomolskaya Pravda radio station. …

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Russia ready for dialogue with NATO

Russia is ready for a serious dialogue with NATO, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko said, noting that the Alliance, in turn, is not ready to restore normal military ties with the Russian Federation. …

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Putin's visit to Berlin: what to expect?

Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed with the Russian Security Council's permanent members the issues of his talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, scheduled for tomorrow, Presidential Spokesman …

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"There is no room to maneuver in Russian-US relationship"

The maximum result of the yesterday meeting between the presidents of Russia and the United States, Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump, will be the absence of escalation of tension in the relations between the two countries, Russian political …

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Putin to start with meeting Bolton

Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold a meeting with US National Security Adviser John Bolton in the Kremlin, Russian Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said. "The president …

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Do Trump and Kim end nuclear war games?

US President Donald Trump said that the U.S.-North Korea summit has reduced the risk of "potential Nuclear catastrophe" and thanked North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for meeting with him. …

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NATO and Russia resumes dialogue

The first since last October NATO-Russia Council (NRC) convened today in Brussels.  "The Council had an open exchange on several topics, including the situation in and around Ukraine, issues related to military activities, …

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Kremlin reaction on 'Kremlin list'

The 'Kremlin list' released today by the U.S. Treasury Department is an unfriendly act, which harms Russia-US relations, Russian President Vladimir Putin said at a meeting with his electioneering …

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Russia forming permanent force grouping in Syria

Russia has started forming a permanent grouping of forces at the Tartus naval facility and the Hmeymim airbase in Syria, Russia's Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said today at a conference call. "Last week, the …

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Is London open to reconciliation with Moscow?

Russian and UK foreign ministers agree that Russian-UK relations cannot be called satisfactory, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said after talks with UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson today. …

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 Will Turkey establish Russian military base?

Russia may establish a military base in Turkey within the sale and purchase agreements signed regarding Russian S-400 Triumph surface-to-air missile systems, the Turkish media reported. According to the report, Russian military …

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Vladimir Putin's positive and expected decision

Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday announced he is running for the Russian presidency in upcoming elections. The experts told Vestnik Kavkaza about about the reaction this event caused in both the West and Russia, and how it will …

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