Four men and a dog: How Papanin’s team conquered the North PoleSociety & Culture May 23, 14:20
Manchester shopping mall evacuated following terror attackWorld May 23, 13:44
Lavrov warns Syria’s plight will drag on if efforts to divide it continueRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 23, 13:41
Forces behind Manchester attack seek to spread panic across globe, Russian think tank saysRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 23, 13:31
Russia's Black Sea Fleet holds drills in MediterraneanMilitary & Defense May 23, 13:27
Russia’s state arms seller to showcase drones with proven combat record in SyriaMilitary & Defense May 23, 13:18
Press review: Russia to cut Council of Europe 'dues' and Black Sea powers argue in TurkeyPress Review May 23, 13:00
Security stepped up for Europa League final in Stockholm after Manchester attackSport May 23, 12:34
Steven Seagal may star in TV show on getting free land in Russia's Far EastSociety & Culture May 23, 12:00
MOSCOW, April 16. /ITAR-TASS/. Moscow urges French Foreign Minister not to accuse Russia of all of Ukraine's problems, but to focus on honouring the liabilities Paris assumed as a guarantor of the February 21 accords - Russian Foreign Ministry.
Moscow responded “with a feeling of deep bewilderment” to the latest statement by French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius regarding Ukraine, posted in his Twitter microblog, in which the chief French diplomat puts the blame for soaring tensions in Ukraine solely on Russia.
“Instead of indulging in groundless charges addressed to Russia, which is allegedly the root cause of all problems in Ukraine the French diplomacy Fabius is in charge of should better focus on honouring the liabilities France assumed as a guarantor of the aforesaid agreement of February 21,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said. “Had it done so from the outset, possibly there would have never been what we are witnesses to today, when the powers that be in Kiev are hatching plots, cynically and without pangs of remorse, to unleash a war against their own people.