Since the beginning of 2022, Russian President, Vladimir Putin, has spent a total of more than six and a half hours in communication with the press and answered 107 questions from journalists. TASS news agency has collected the most interesting of Putin’s statements for the media since the beginning of the year. As specified, of
Presidents of Russia and Cuba, Vladimir Putin and Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, unveiled a monument to Fidel Castro in Moscow. In his speech, Putin recalled that Castro was an outstanding statesman and politician, the founder of the modern Cuban state. “Fidel Castro devoted his whole life to the selfless struggle for the triumph of the ideas
A resident of Tyumen put up for sale a painting with Russia’s President, Vladimir Putin, on a bear, for seven million rubles. A resident of Tyumen put up for sale a painting depicting Vladimir Putin for seven million rubles. The corresponding announcement appeared on the Avito sales platform. “The painting is handmade. The condition is
The Russian government has received the right to introduce administrative innovations by the decision of the Coordination Council for the Provision of a Special Military Operation. The economic issues of the special operation will now be swifted from the exclusive powers of the Ministry of Defense, which from now on will deal only with military
Russian President, Vladimir Putin, has signed a decree granting Russians the right to sign a contract to serve in the FSB (Federal Security Service). According to the document, conscript soldiers can also serve under contract in the special service and the Foreign Intelligence Service of the Russian Federation. As reminded, on August 12, Putin also
Russia recognized the independence of the former Ukraine’s regions, Kherson and Zaporozhye, which decided to break away from Ukraine. Russia’s decision follows from the decrees of Russian President, Vladimir Putin, published on Friday on the official portal of legal information. “In accordance with the generally recognized principles and norms of international law, recognizing and confirming
Russian President, Vladimir Putin, called the EU’s refusal to respond to Russia’s proposal to transfer free Russian fertilizers from European ports to developing countries free of charge cynical. “The height of cynicism is that even our offer for free, I want to emphasize this, to transfer 300,000 [tonnes] of Russian fertilizers blocked in European ports
The President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, signed a decree on increasing the staffing of the Russian Armed Forces by 137 thousand servicemen. The relevant document is posted on the country’s legal information portal. “To establish the full-time strength of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in the amount of 2,039,758 units, including
Former German Chancellor, Gerhard Schroeder, in an interview with RTL/ntv, responded to criticism for maintaining contacts with Russia during the political crisis and friendly relations with the country’s President Vladimir Putin. As the former chairman of the German government stressed, the situation in Ukraine can be resolved through negotiations, for which the Kremlin is ready.
Russian President, Vladimir Putin, has signed a new federal law granting authorities the power to take tit-for-tat measures in response to the discrimination of Russian media abroad. This decision came after the EU started to ban Russian media, such as Sputnik and RT. As specified, the law gives the prosecutor general and his deputies the
Russian President, Vladimir Putin, said at a meeting with the leaders of parliamentary parties on July 7 that Russia has not yet begun to show what it is capable of in a special military operation in Ukraine. “Today we hear that they want to defeat us on the battlefield. Well, what can you say then?
On May 30, the All-Russian Center for the Study of Public Opinion (VTsIOM) presented survey data on the attitude of Russians to the special military operation to protect Donbass. It is turned out that the level of support for a special military operation has remained at a high level in the Russian Federation for three
Russian President, Vladimir Putin, announced that EU countries are committing “economic suicide” by refusing Russian energy resources. The address was given virtually to an energy conference of the country’s industry heads. “Today we see that for absolutely political reasons, due to their own ambitions and under pressure from their American overlords, European countries are imposing