Crimea

Artillery drills hold in Crimea

Artillery drills took place at the military training area in the eastern part of Crimea, involving more than 30 self-propelled artillery installations and a howitzer artillery division, the Ministry of Defense of Russia reports. The …

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Simferopol FSB officers discover large drug laboratory

FSB officers identified and thwarted the activities of a large laboratory for the production of synthetic drugs in Simferopol, the press service of the Crimean department informed. According to the FSB, the laboratory was located in one …

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U.S. to Ukraine: Crimea to remain part of Russia

Crimea is lost for Ukraine forever, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said at a private meeting held in Kiev as part of the Secretary of State’s visit. According to media reports, this position was …

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U.S. expands its Crimea sanctions blacklist

The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) added one company and eight individuals to its blacklist of sanctions over Crimea’s reunification with Russia. OFAC blacklisted Grand Service …

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EU to strengthen anti-Russia sanctions over Crimea

European Union countries have agreed to blacklist several Russian officials for conducting elections in Crimea in September 2019, a diplomatic source in Brussels said. "A consensus has been reached to introduce restrictions on …

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Intensity of Crimean Bridge traffic to increase

The intensity of the newly-opened Crimean Bridge traffic will increase as the number of routes of transporting companies expands, the Crimean Bridge information center said. "The intensity of bridge traffic will only increase as …

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Putin oversees drills of in Crimea from cruiser

Russian President and Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Armed Forces Vladimir Putin has overseen the joint drills of Russia’s Black Sea and Northern Fleets from the Russian cruiser Marshal Ustinov belonging to the …

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Dangerous fuel found in Dagestan and Crimea

Rosstandart experts checked the quality of fuel in Dagestan, Crimea and Sevastopol. According to the expertise, 157 gas stations sold low-quality fuel. It is noted that the main violation at all gas stations is an increased sulfur level …

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Bloomerg reveals Putin's achievements

Summing up the results of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s presidency over the past twenty years, Bloomberg claimed that “one of the most remarkable things” is the his ability to continue extending the …

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First passenger train from Moscow arrives in Simferopol

The first double-decker passenger train from Moscow arrived in the Crimean city of Simferopol this morning. The train departed from Moscow’s Kazansky Railway Station at 23:45 local time (20:45 GMT) on December 23, crossed the …

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