U.S. prepares Javelin missiles for sending to Ukraine

The US military have already prepared foreign military sales equipment for sending to Ukraine, including Javelin missiles for the Armed Forces. “Airmen assigned to Dover Air Force Base load foreign military sales equipment onto an [aircraft of] Atlas Air Worldwide destined for Ukraine,” reads the statement of the U.S. Transportation Command on Twitter. As noted, […]

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Is it possible to sentence Putin in Russia?

Russian opposition leader Leonid Gozman is demanding that the Investigative Committee of Russia initiate a case “on the fact of preparations for the murder” against Russian President Vladimir Putin for a parade and voting in the midst of a coronavirus epidemic. The relevant statement is registered by the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation. Military […]

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Russian Regional Chief Who Sued Putin Over Dismissal Dies In Hospita

The former head of the autonomous Russian region of Chuvashia, Mikhail Ignatyev, has died in the hospital just days before his unprecedented lawsuit challenging his dismissal by President Vladimir Putin was to be heard in court. No cause of death was given, but media reports last month said that Ignatyev had been treated for pneumonia […]

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EU leaders to support sanctions against Russia

EU member states decided to renew the sanctions introduced in response to the illegal annexation of Crimea and Sevastopol by the Russian Federation until 23 June 2021. The restrictive measures were introduced in 2014 as a response to Russia’s forcible seizure of Crimea in March 2014 after Moscow deployed troops and staged a referendum dismissed […]

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Russian trace in Germany

The German Foreign Ministry summoned the Russian ambassador on Thursday amid accusations on the assassination of former Chechen field commander and Georgian citizen Zelimkhan Khangoshvili by the Russian government. Earlier the prosecutor’s office of Germany brought charges to the Russian Federation in contract killing. The German government is also considering imposing sanctions on Russia. The […]

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Russian citizenship as a tool of hybrid warfare

Moscow plans to issue one million Russian passports to residents of Russian-occupied eastern Ukraine by the end of 2020, officials confirmed last week. By creating new demographic facts on the ground, the Kremlin hopes to alter the geopolitical balance in the region and derail efforts to end the six-year undeclared war between Russia and Ukraine. […]

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Australia accuses Russia of disinformation

“Russia has used the anxiety around the coronavirus pandemic to undermine Western democracies by spreading disinformation online,” Australia’s foreign minister said The disinformation contributed to a “climate of fear and division” when the world needed cooperation and understanding, Foreign Minister Marise Payne said in a speech at Australian National University, a text of which was […]

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Address of the Worldwide movement to the EU

For the seventh year in a row, Ukraine and Ukrainians have been fighting at the forefront of international efforts to repel Russian armed aggression and the hybrid war unleashed by Putin’s regime against Europe, European and Euro-Atlantic values, and democratic societies around the world. More than 13,000 people have already fallen victim to the Russian […]

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