Meeting of the last dictators of Europe

Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka has arrived in the Russian resort town of Sochi to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the first face-to-face talks between the two leaders since a wave of demonstrations demanding Lukashenka’s resignation erupted following his disputed reelection last month. The meeting follows the fifth consecutive weekend of large protests in […]

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Why Russia likes to use poison?

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is in a coma on mechanical ventilation after being poisoned. We don’t yet know if Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was deliberately targeted or by whom, but poisoning seems to be the weapon of choice in Russia anyway. Poisons are versatile and flexible. They suit Russia’s newly redeveloped forms of […]

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Germany warns Russia’s coronavirus vaccine may ‘kill’

Moscow’s decision to grant approval Coronavirus vaccine before final trials have been completed has raised concerns among some experts, Reuters report. German Health Minister Jens Spahn said Russia’s COVID-19 vaccine had not been sufficiently tested, adding the aim was to have a safe product rather than just being first to start vaccinating people. “It can […]

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The effectiveness of sanctions against Russia

All 6 years of the existence of international sanctions against Russia, its officials, including President Vladimir Putin, have reiterated that the sanctions are not destructive, and the short-term deterioration in the lives of Russians is associated with a drop in oil prices. However, in recent months, the Kremlin has dramatically changed its position. According to […]

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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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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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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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Level of confidence in putin in russia fell to historical minimum – poll

Russia’s level of confidence in President Putin fell to 25% at the end of May, while in April it was 28%. Such survey results were published by the Russian non-governmental research organization Levada Center. The survey participants were asked to name 5-6 politicians whom they most trust – with no answer options. Only a quarter […]

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