Vladimir Dzhabbarov

50th World Economic Forum being held in Davos

The 50th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum is being held in the Swiss resort village of Davos on January 21-24. The WEF has brought together an estimated 3,000 people from 117 countries, including 53 heads of state and …

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Why does Merkel need to visit Kremlin urgently?

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s visit to Moscow, scheduled for January 11, will be a one-day trip, a spokesperson for the German embassy in Russia said. "The chancellor will arrive in Moscow for a one-day …

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Macron and Trump support Russia's return to G8

French President Emmanuel Macron has agreed with U.S. President Donald Trump that Russia should be invited to the G7 conference in 2020, according to a senior administration official. A senior …

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INF treaty becomes history

The United States is expected to officially withdraw from the 1987 Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty today, bringing an end to more than three decades of strategic stability amid calls to continue cooperating with Russia on arms control …

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Trump imposes second set of Salisbury sanctions

U.S. President Donald Trump has signed an order to impose the second package of sanctions against Russia under the 2018 case of using of the nerve agent, Novichok, in Salisbury (the United Kingdom), Politico reported quoting two …

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Russian and Georgian lawmakers to meet on July 15

Head of the international affairs committee of the Federation Council Konstantin Kosachev said he would meet with Georgian opposition lawmakers in Moscow on July 15 to discuss the current situation in bilateral relations and ways …

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Ukraine’s official election results announced

Ukraine’s Central Election Commission (CEC) announced the official results of the presidential election in the country today. They were won by candidate from the Servant of the People party Vladimir Zelensky who garnered …

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U.S. threatens Russia with 'sanctions against trolls'

U.S. Republican and Democratic senators will introduce legislation today seeking to deter Russia from possible meddling in U.S. elections by threatening stiff sanctions on its banking, energy and defense industries and sovereign debt, Reuters …

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U.S. remains world’s top arms exporter

The United States remained far and above the rest of the world as the globe’s leading arms exporter, with Russia a distant second, according to a report of Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). SIPRI said …

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Kremlin blasts West’s spying on Russians

There is a growing number of cases when foreign special services spy on Russians, Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said citing special services. "Certainly, we are not glad that various special services …

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Kiev ends anti-Russian martial law

Ukrainian President Pyotr Poroshenko officially announced that martial law in 10 regions of the country has terminated. "It is exactly 14:00 and the martial law is terminated. This is my principal decision. It is …

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