Moscow prepares additional measures, should the West continue running the policy of sanctions. Russia's additional sanctions could extend to industrial goods, including automobiles. The economic war between Russia and the West may affect the field of air communication too. PM Medvedev said that the ban could be extended to US and European airlines
In the last few days, many European farmers, including Greek farmers, waking from the lethargy into which they have been sunk with the decisive help of the Transnational Elite, noted with surprise that not only do they not control the economy of their own country, but they do not even participate in the decisions that directly affect their own...
Vladimir Putin came nearly four hours late with his long-awaited speech before State Duma deputies and federal ministers in Yalta, Crimea. The press has been expecting "epic" statements from Putin on the subject of the Ukrainian crisis for long already. According to him, "Ukraine has plunged into bloody chaos and killings"
Russia is now forced to search for new suppliers of the products that it no longer wants to import from several countries. The fact that Russia is a net importer of mainly fresh vegetables, fruit and meat products may give Turkish and Argentine exporters an opportunity to expand access to the Russian market
Russian military officials believe that the sanctions imposed by Western countries against Russia will not cut the volume of Russian arms trade on the international market. As expected, within three years (up to 2016 inclusive), annual sales of arms and military equipment of Russian defense export company Rosoboronexport will make up about $13bn
Vladimir Putin is demonized by western media according to an old humanitarian agenda. The more imperialism is cruel, the more it pretends to be moral and humanitarian. This is not a paradox; not even a mark of hypocrisy. This is just the way the West works since it began its cruel imperialistic agenda in the nineteenth century.
On Saturday, the Russian Foreign Ministry responded to the accusations from the White House spokesman, who said that Putin and the Russians were "guilty" of the crash of the Malaysian Boeing 777 in the Donetsk region of Ukraine. Meanwhile, Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov called EU and US leaders "state terrorists" responsible for many conflicts
Addressing representatives of the United States, the official asked: "If the territory of the United States were fired from a neighboring territory, and, God forbid, an American citizen were killed, what would the United States do? The answer to this this question is clear, - he continued. - We show responsibility and restraint instead"
the United States was in the center of a similar scandal in 1988, when American cruiser the Vincennes fired a guided missile at an Iranian airliner, having taken it for a military aircraft. Chizhov quoted then U.S. President George H. W. Bush, who said: "I will never apologize for the United States of America - I don't care what the facts are"
Russia will influence activists of the breakaway republic of Ukraine for the investigation of the crash of the Boeing passenger jetliner in the Donetsk region, Russian President Putin promised, opening the meeting of the Security Council. Experts have already dubbed the meeting "historical," expecting "momentous declarations" from the president
Ever since the U.S. has been trying to isolate Russia on the world stage, the need to move on to import substitution has become the cornerstone for the Russian leadership. The problem of restoration of all segments of the industry is discussed at the top level now. Will Russia be able to rescue the defense industry?
Statements from Kiev saying that those complexes or aircraft did not open fire on air targets raise serious doubts. In such a short period of time, making such unequivocal conclusions under the conditions of fierce fighting in the area is impossible. Such responsible statements that entail serious legal consequences, require full investigation
Russian President Putin denied reports about the deployment of a Russian radar in Cuba's Lourdes. "In agreement with our friends, this center was closed, and we have no plans to resume its work," he said. The radar center in Lourdes was created by the Soviet Union in Cuba during the 1960s. The station was designed to monitor U.S. missile launches