Putin says Russia’s legal framework changes too quicklyRussian Politics & Diplomacy December 06, 15:10
Syrian authorities rule out ceasefire if militants refuse to leave Aleppo — ministryWorld December 06, 14:55
Turkish PM praises Moscow, Ankara efforts in fight against terrorismWorld December 06, 14:36
Stoltenberg wants NATO relations with Russia to be 'frank and open'World December 06, 14:28
Russian doctor injured in Aleppo hospital attack is in stable conditionWorld December 06, 14:08
Lavrov explains causes of refugee crisis in EuropeRussian Politics & Diplomacy December 06, 14:04
Russia’s top diplomat says ECHR decisions should not be politicizedRussian Politics & Diplomacy December 06, 14:02
Russia’s large anti-submarine warfare ship enters English ChannelMilitary & Defense December 06, 13:42
Lavrov invites those concerned over human rights situation on peninsula to visit CrimeaRussian Politics & Diplomacy December 06, 13:38
“We heard purely fascist calls from Ukrainian deputies. The Verkhovna Rada quietly supports these criminal statements and demonstrates that Ukraine has chosen the Nazi policy. I consider membership of the Verkhovna Rada delegation in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe inadmissible,” he said.
Last Friday, Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said the republic would institute criminal proceedings against Ukrainian parliamentarians Yuri Bereza, Andrei Levus and Igor Mosiichuk, who had supported militants’ attacks on a traffic control post in Grozny. They also called for stepping up the attempts to destabilise the situation in Russia, particularly in Chechnya, he said.