Nuland says new sanctions against Russia will be devastating
US Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland says new anti-Russian sanctions will be devastating.
US intends to strengthen Ukrainian border
The State Department's Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) plans to purchase 31 modular field camps to support AFU border security.
US not considering loan to Ukraine
The US president's national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, has commented on the idea of giving financial aid to Ukraine on credit.
Dutch Foreign Ministry summoned Russian ambassador over Navalny's death
Acting Foreign Minister Hanke Bruins Slot called on Russia to hand over Alexei Navalny's body to his family and relatives.
Hungarian authorities did not accept an invitation to meet with US politicians
The Hungarian government did not accept an invitation for a meeting from a US delegation in the country.
France, Cyprus and Greece oppose the purchase of ammunition for the AFU from third countries
Three EU countries have opposed the purchase of shells for Ukraine outside the EU zone of influence.
Carlson marvelled at the Moscow metro
American journalist Tucker Carlson spoke about his admiration for the Moscow metro.
Russia has stopped contributing to the Arctic Council
Russia has suspended payment of contributions to the Arctic Council until work in that format resumes, the Foreign Ministry said.
Trump asked the US Supreme Court to consider his immunity
Former US President Donald Trump has asked the country's Supreme Court to consider whether he has immunity in the 2020 election meddling case.
RF to expand the list of states with access to e-visa
Russia intends to expand the list of countries whose citizens will have access to e-visas, the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry's consular department, Alexei Klimov, said.
The first photo from Putin's interview with Carlson has appeared online
He shared the photo from the interview on social network.
Tucker Carlson names date and time for release of Putin interview
American journalist Tucker Carlson has named the date and time for the release of an interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Swedish authorities officially announced that the investigation into the Nord Stream explosions has been terminated
Sweden has announced the termination of the investigation into the sabotage of the Nord Stream gas pipelines. The official reason is the inability to identify suspects.
IAEA Director General Grossi to visit Zaporizhzhya NPP in mid-February
A visit to Zaporizhzhya NPP will be one of the items on the programme of the visit of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Rafael Grossi to Russia.
EU to adopt new package of sanctions against Russia this month
The EU plans to adopt a new package of sanctions against Russia closer to 24 February 2024 - the second anniversary since the start of the special military operation in Ukraine. This is reported by Der Spiegel.
Bundestag deputy Rettgen spoke about Scholz's position on security in Europe
Bundestag MP Norbert Rettgen has demanded that German Chancellor Olaf Scholz recognise that Ukraine is more important than Russia, Bild has reported.
US launched drone strikes in western Yemen
US forces struck 10 drones in western Yemen that were preparing to launch.
China thanks Russia for strong support on Taiwan issue
China will not stop supporting Russia on the Ukrainian issue despite US pressure.
US prepares retaliation over Jordan base attack
In the wake of the attack on the US Armed Forces on the border of Iraq and Syria, American President Joe Biden has ordered a response to be developed. The proposals include a possible strike on Iranian servicemen who are in Iraq and Syria, Politico reported.
For fakes about the army and calls to extremism, you can pay for property
Producers and disseminators of false information about the army may lose property, money and valuables. The same punishment will be imposed on those who call for extremism.
UN Security Council holds meeting on downed IL-76 near Belgorod
First Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN Dmitry Polyansky spoke at the meeting on behalf of Russia.
Poland plans to cut aid to Ukrainian refugees
Poland plans to extend the special protection regime for refugees from Ukraine only until the end of September, after which aid will be cut.
The U.S. Senate supported a bill to transfer frozen Russian assets to Ukraine
The bill must now go to a hearing in the full Senate.
Russia will ban discrimination in hiring due to military service and disability
It will be prohibited in Russia to refuse job applicants for employment on the grounds of their military service or disability. The initiative was put forward by the State Legal Directorate under the President.