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Kremlin slams potential U.S. sanctions as media hysteria

The Kremlin considers reports about potential sanctions against Russian President Vladimir Putin’s inner circle and other restrictions over the situation in Ukraine to be a media hysteria, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Monday. …

Reforms of the Armenian army stall

Although a year has passed since the Prime Minister of Armenia, Nikolai Pashinyan, stated that the country’s armed forces should be modernized, non-governmental organizations working in the defence sector see no progress in this …

Austria's third chancellor in two months sworn in

Austrian conservative Karl Nehammer was sworn in on Monday as Austria's third chancellor in two months, succeeding career diplomat Alexander Schallenberg, who took office on Oct. 11. Nehammer, previously interior minister, takes …

What to expect from Putin-Biden winter talks?

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Joe Biden will discuss tensions over Ukraine, NATO’s expansion towards the Russian borders and the Russian leader’s initiative for security guarantees by video link on December …

Tehran welcomes gas contract with Baku

A tripartite contract on gas swap between Turkmenistan, Iran, and Azerbaijan could turn Iran into a regional transit center, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said. According to Raisi, Iran has reached a number of agreements on …

Moscow urges Ukraine to implement Minsk Accords

Kiev does not intend to comply with the Minsk Accords on its own, it should be impelled to do so, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told the Russia-1 TV channel on Sunday. "If it (Ukraine) is left alone with itself, …

Erdogan promises to stabilize prices in six months

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan addressed the nation today at the opening of industrial facilities in Siirt province. The Turkish leader urged citizens to trust the authorities since Ankara's goal is to improve the life of the …