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EU Approved 6th Sanctions Package Against Russia 

The EU Council has finally adopted the sixth package of sanctions against Russia, which was stated in its resolution published today, on Friday, June 3, 2022.   It is specified that the ban on crude oil supplies “has been postponed for 6 months, for petroleum products – for 8.” In addition, “Bulgaria and Croatia will receive

Fun | Sports  | 13.05.22

Russian Football Clubs Appealed to CAS on Suspension From European Competitions

Russian football clubs have appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) because of the suspension from European competitions.  On May 2, UEFA decided on the participation of Russian teams in tournaments in the 2022/2023 season. Russian football clubs were suspended from European competitions, and the national team was excluded from the League of

Fun | Sports  | 11.05.22

Wimbledon May Be Deprived Rating Points for Suspension of Russians

The Players’ Council of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) wanted to deprive Wimbledon of rating points for the suspension of Russian and Belarusian athletes.  It is noted that, in addition to Wimbledon, other tournaments in the UK may lose ranking points. The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) is ready to join this initiative. According to

Facebook and Instagram Officially Banned in Russia

Instagram and Facebook were officially banned in Russia by a court of Moscow, which recognized the American company Meta as an extremist organization.   “To satisfy the claims of the Prosecutor General’s Office to ban the activities of the Meta company,” Judge Olga Solopova announced the decision that comes into force immediately. On March 11, the

Ukraine Suspended Activities of Opposition Political Parties

By decision of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, any activity of a number of political parties was suspended in the country during martial law. These are oppositional parties accused of collaboration with Russia.   For the period of martial law in Ukraine, the activities of 11 oppositional political parties were suspended, taking into